Exclusive: A GLC professor has challenged BCI's "revived" age-limit (again)September 26 2016
The Common Entrance Test for Law in Maharashtra has seen multiple rounds of litigation, repeated delays, threats of college de-affiliations, and a recently "revived" age limit for enrolling in law courses. The last one is now the subject of a PIL before the Bombay High Court. For the second time.
Yasmin Tavaria, a part-time professor at Government Law College and GLC graduate, has filed a petition in the High Court against the re-introduction of Clause 28 of the Legal Education Rules of . . .
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