The 2019 Batch of the Jindal Global Law School (JGLS) has secured 57 corporate law firms offers, 24 litigation offers, and 30 offers to pursue higher education abroad.
A total of 62 offers were made by corporate recruiters. The offers made by top law firms are detailed below.
The top recruiter is Trilegal with 10 offers. Cyril Amarchand Mangaldas follows closely behind with 9 offers, followed by AZB & Partners, Luthra & Luthra, Khaitan & Co. Anand & Anand, Argus Partners, P&A Law Offices, Tempus Law, Bharucha Singh Mundkur, and Economic Laws Practice.
|Cyril Amarchand Mangaldas||9|
|AZB & Partners||4|
|Luthra & Luthra||3|
|Khaitan & Co||3|
|P&A Law Offices||3|
|Bharucha Singh Mundkur||2|
|Economic Laws Practice||2|
As per a press release made by JGLS, other recruiters include RBL Bank, Bajaj Allianz General Insurance Company, Kotak Life Insurance and Morae Global.
JGLS students also received offers to pursue higher education at institutes like University of Oxford, University of Cambridge, London School of Economics, Cornell University, King’s College London, University of California – Berkeley, National University of Singapore, Penn State University, School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS), University of London and University of Amsterdam.
Further, JGLS students have also been offered international internship opportunities at White & Case (the UK & Abu Dhabi offices), Corrs (Australia), Attorney General’s Department (Australia), Zhicheng Public Interest Lawyers (China) and the Hawaii State Supreme Court (US), among several others.
Commenting on the success of the 2019 graduating class, Prof C Raj Kumar, Founding Vice Chancellor and Dean of JGLS said,
“A myopic approach to careers focussing solely on job placements of its graduates tends to ignore the value of holistic professional growth of the students along with providing the broadest possible horizon of professional opportunities to its students. Legal education at JGLS enables its graduates to setup their own practice of law, or join a senior and start practicing in the courts and does not necessarily need to look for a job.”