No Consortium member has right to conduct own test: NLU Consortium files affidavit in challenge before SC to NLAT for NLSIU admissions 2020

The Consortium, in its affidavit, urges the Supreme Court to allow the writ petition filed challenging NLSIU's decision to admit students on the basis of NLAT in lieu of CLAT scores this year.
The affidavit has been filed through the Consortium's Secretary and NALSAR Vice-Chancellor, Professor Faizan Mustafa
The affidavit has been filed through the Consortium's Secretary and NALSAR Vice-Chancellor, Professor Faizan Mustafa

An affidavit has been filed on behalf of the Consortium of National Law Universities (NLUs) by its Secretary and NALSAR Vice-Chancellor, Professor Faizan Mustafa, supporting the challenge made to NLSIU's decision to conduct its own law entrance test this year i.e. the National Law Aptitude Test (NLAT).

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