The Chief Justice of India (CJI), DY Chandrachud on Saturday revealed that in his early twenties, he moonlighted as a radio jockey for the All India Radio (AIR). .He disclosed that he hosted programs like 'Play it cool', 'A date with you' and 'Sunday requests'."Not many are aware of this but I moonlighted as a radio jockey in my earlier twenties in All India Radio doing programs like 'Play it cool' or 'A date with you' or 'Sunday requests'," he said.He further revealed that his love for music persists even today and that he listens to music every day of his life."My love for music persists even today. So after I am done with the music of the lawyers which is not always music to the ears, I go back back and listen to music which is music to the ears , every day of my life," he said..The CJI was inaugurating the first academic session of the India International University of Legal Education and Research, Goa (IIULER).He spoke about his life in the early 20's, Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) and much more. Pertinently, he also pointed out that perhaps one of the problems faced by National Law Universities was that they test the ability of students to crack the (CLAT). According to him, cracking the CLAT does not necessarily result in students who have the right ethos to pursue a career the law.