Prohibiting any Gainful Employment of LLM students at DU challenged at Delhi High Court, Notice Issued

Published on 03 Feb 2018 by Tushar

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The prohibition on legal practice and other gainful employment by students pursuing LLM courses in Delhi University (DU) has been challenged by way of a writ petition in the Delhi High Court.

According to clause 8 of a 2015 Ordinance brought out by the University, the LLM courses offered at DU are meant for those who are not in employment or engaged in any trade, profession, business or occupation.

Whereas the three-year LLM Course is meant for all applicants including those who are not so gainfully employed, the conditions are more stringent for the  two-year LLM Courses.

The Delhi High Court has issued notice to the respondents following arguments made by petitioner’s Advocate Anirudh Bakhru, instructed by Advocate Shadman Siddiqui.

Source: BarandBench


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