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The National Law University, Delhi has placed 38 students of its graduating 2015 batch. As per statistics released by the Recruitment Co-ordination Committee, 53 students opted to sit for placements out of the 72 students of the batch.
As many as 15 students were placed in BigLaw firms across the country, with AZB & Partners leading the way with 4 hires. 3 students bagged Training Contracts at international firms – 2 at Linklaters and 1 at Herbert Smith Freehills.
Law firm hires:
|Law Firm||No. of placements|
|AZB & Partners||4|
|Khaitan & Co||3|
|Luthra & Luthra||2|
|Linklaters (Training Contract)||2|
|Herbert Smith Freehills (Training Contract)||1|
|Shardul Amarchand Mangaldas||1|
|Cyril Amarchand Mangaldas||1|
|J. Sagar Associates||1|
|Nishith Desai Associates||1|
|Anand & Anand||1|
|Udwadia, Udeshi & Argus Partners||1|
|Sim & San||1|
Nine students opted to work as in-house counsel at organizations such as TATA Power, STAR India and WIPRO. Two students have landed positions at the Centre for Communications Governance, NLU Delhi and one has been hired by Vakilsearch.
In-House and Others:
|Organization||No. of placements|
|Centre for Communications Governance||2|
Six students opted for litigation, and have joined chambers including those of Ashwin Shankar and Simon Benjamin.
The rest of the batch have decided to pursue further studies (6 students), judicial clerkships (3) and write the Civil Services and other exams (9).