This recruitment season, the 2021 graduating batch of National Academy of Legal Studies and Research (NALSAR, Hyderabad) landed 72 jobs in law firms and companies across the country.
All 73 students who were part of the Recruitment Coordination Committee (RCC) subscribers pool were placed. 28 students accepted pre-placement offers, 14 students accepted offers on Day Zero, and 31 students accepted offers post Day Zero. One student accepted a training contract with Linklaters in London.
Here is the breakup of the accepted offers:
Among the law firms, Cyril Amarchand Mangaldas was the biggest hirer, recruiting 8 NALSAR students. Trilegal and Khaitan & Co made 7 hires each, while AZB & Partners made 5 hires.
6 PPOs were accepted before the RCC was constituted and 67 jobs were secured through the RCC.
Apart from the above, 2 students secured jobs through individual endeavours as a law clerk at the Supreme Court, and at J Sagar Associates. As per a release, many non-subscribers secured jobs at tier-1 firms and advocates’ chambers through individual applications.
Apart from these, several 2021 batch graduates are currently preparing for competitive exams including civil services and judiciary exams. Others have secured admission to foreign universities for further studies.
The following members were part of the RCC this year - Aditi Ramakrishnan, Aditya Bhayal, Akash Kumar Prasad, Aryan Shastri, Avani Agarwal, Bhavish Kaki, Dwiti Goyal, Hemant Gupta, Kajal Kashyap, Kumarjeet Ray, Neeharika Nakka, Nishant Pande, Piyush Rathi, Prachi Tripathi, Pradham Kanduri, Prankul Boobana, Rohil Deshpande, Rohit Iyengar, Sachith Kapoor, Shreyashi Himja, Suneha Kasal, Sushrut Kaplay, Vaibhav Laddha, Yash Agarwal, and Yash Bhagwat.