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The National Academy of Legal Studies and Research (NALSAR) was established in 1998 by a Statute of the State of Andhra Pradesh. Since its inception, the University has been home to vital conversations on law and justice. Nyaya Forum’s vision is to nourish and sustain the University as a place for these conversations and work towards ensuring a healthy relationship between the practice of law and its claims to achieve justice.
A primary object of the Nyaya Forum is to make careers in courtrooms (viz. litigation and judiciary) more accessible and plausible for students graduating from law schools. Within this ideation, Project Adālát envisions building a sustainable database of networks and contacts of lawyers across India for purposes such as continuing legal education, internships and placement.
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