Professor Poonam Saxena

Vice Chancellor, National Law University Jodhpur

The interface between law and its benefits to the society and law students, extensive involvement to make lives of our brethren living in challenged circumstances better is perhaps the inherent core Indian value for which our students are known. Selfless efforts in identifying issues that need to be addressed and novel ways of putting them across is a remarkable feat only the young, extremely dedicated and focused students can demonstrate and accomplish. Legal Aid and Awareness Committee (LAAC) at NLU, Jodhpur has as its members and volunteers, spirited and committed students whose vision and mission is to bring in an upgradation in the life of lesser fortunate people living in the vicinity of the campus as also at a distance. “

Professor I.P. Massey

Dean, Faculty of Law

In the 21st century, the shape of legal education is undergoing tremendous change. It is, for this reason, National Law University, Jodhpur puts lots of emphasis on experiential learning. Thus develop a well-rounded personality and the student becomes sensitive to legal problems which people face in society. University has established a Legal Aid and Awareness Committee under the supervision of one senior faculty member. I wish this committee a huge success in the service of the nation.

Justice G.S. Singhvi

Former Judge, Supreme Court of India

Nalini Juneja

Prof. National University of Educational Planning and Administration

Pradeep S. Mehta

Secretary General, CUTS International

Vandana Shiva

Indian Scholar, Environmental Activist and Anti-Globalization Author

Dr. Bhushan T. Kaul

Chairperson, Delhi Judicial Academy

Upendra Baxi

Prof. University of Warwick

Geetanjali Dhankhar

Project Manager, Legal Empowerment GOI-UNDT A2J Project

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