Overzealous, misplaced application of regulations: Delhi HC allows advocate to complete 2-year LLM course at DUFebruary 9 2018
The Delhi High Court recently directed the University of Delhi to permit a student to continue in the two year LL.M. course even though she is enrolled as an Advocate.
The student, Padma Landol, was selected for the LL.M. course at the Delhi University but was asked to join the three-year program, instead of the two-year course that she had applied for, for the reason that she was enrolled as an Advocate.
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