Exclusive: A GLC professor has challenged BCI's "revived" age-limit (again)

Default admin language (currently English) September 26 2016
Government Law College

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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