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#RecTracker: NLU J 2018 batch bags 26 jobs & 2 vac schemes, 42 students from 2017 batch placed
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#RecTracker: NLU J 2018 batch bags 26 jobs & 2 vac schemes, 42 students from 2017 batch placed

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As many as 28 students from National Law University, Jodhpur’s (NLU J) 2018 batch have been placed at various law firms and organisations.

Luthra & Luthra was the most prominent recruiter, hiring 9 students of the 2018 batch. This is followed by Cyril Amarchand Mangaldas with 6 and Khaitan & Co and Shardul Amarchand Mangaldas with 3 each. Trilegal hired 2 students, while Nishith Desai Associates and Majmudar & Partners hired 1 each. Majmudar also offered 4 assessment internships. One student also landed an in-house job at ICICI.

Firm/OrganisationNo. of accepted offers
Luthra & Luthra9
Cyril Amarchand Mangaldas6
Shardul Amarchand Mangaldas3
Khaitan & Co3
Trilegal2
Nishith Desai Associates1
Majmudar & Partners1 (+4 assessment internships)
ICICI1
Herbert Smith Freehills1 (vac scheme)
Linklaters1 (vac scheme)
TOTAL28 (+4)

Two students were also given vacation schemes at international law firms; one each at Herbert Smith Freehills and Linklaters.

54 students out of a total strength of 103 of the class of 2018 chose to sit for recruitments. The batch bagged a total of 41 offers.

NLU J also released its recruitment figures for the 2017 batch. A total of 42 jobs were accepted, after the initial 28 on their Day Zero held in April last year. Cyril Amarchand was the heaviest recruiter here, with 10 hires, followed by Trilegal with 7, Luthra with 6 and Khaitan with 4. Lakshmikumaran & Sridharan hired 3 students, while Shardul Amarchand and Majmudar hired 2 each.

Firm/OrganisationPPOsDay ZeroPost-Day ZeroTOTAL
CAM18110
Trilegal257
Luthra516
Khaitan44
L&S123
SAM112
Majmudar22
JSA11
Saikrishna & Associates11
Mehta & Associates11
ALG India11
ICICI11
Vidhi11
HSF1 (vac scheme)
Linklaters1 (vac scheme)
TOTAL1417942

Two students landed vacations schemes at Herbert Smith and Linklaters, while one each accepted offers from ICICI and Vidhi Centre for Legal Policy.

A total of 50 students out of the 83-strong 2017 batch opted to sit for placements.