#LawSchoolProtests: 10 instances of law students standing up for their rightsApril 9 2016
Recently, a group of third-year students from NLSIU Bangalore protested against a Professor for allegedly making uncalled for comments on the attire of a female classmate.
But this is not the first time law students, who are trained to be imbued with a sense of right and wrong during the course of their legal education, have gone up in arms.
Be it against the administration . . .
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