Bar & Bench: First, a little bit about yourself and the Centre for Social Justice (CSJ)
Nupur Sinha: I am Nupur Sinha. I graduated from National Law School, Bangalore in 1994 and I have been
indeed it wuz am eye opener interaction, as nupur mam very pecisely defined the very need of an ngo n also she made me clear regarding the area of work once u complete your studies.. i too am a law student and seriously every second day i fight with my decisions, thankxx alot mam for your honest statements which will surely boost our moral....
Tears rolled down from my eyes after coming to know the stories of lawyers for change and the humble beginnings of CSJ and LFC. My heart felt gratitude for all that you are doing for our nation and your dream has come true at state level and it is gonna be at national level soon and I would not ever and never surprised to see that it would gonna go Global.
Very inspiring Rameshkumar
@Boo: It really was one of the most interesting conversations I have had. @Akhilesh: Some of the suggestions would be indeed be wonderful if implemented well; @Hmmm: I think that you have raised some valid points, will keep this in mind, the next time around. Its readers like you who will make barandbench even better. Looking forward to hearing more from you.
I don't think the interview is ambiguous. I think her take on law schools in this interview, is. The interview is too much of a frank informal conversation. She didn't bring much out about anything, not the LfC, her NLS years or her suggestions to law schools. And the CSR strategy for law firms, sounds noble, but she admits she hasn't thought about it too much.
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