The School of Law Chronicles: Vol. 2 Issue 1

The Publication Committee of NMIMS Kirit P. Mehta School of Law, Mumbai is delighted to present the first issue of the second volume of our in-house newsletter: The School of Law Chronicles. Through this novel publication, the Committee has sought to consolidate the diverse contributions and the varied accomplishments of our students across a variety of co-curriculars and extra-curriculars, thus, encompassing a thorough reportage of the multitude of events conducted, hosted, and organised by the students at KPMSOL.

The issue can be accessed on this link.

This academic year, albeit characterised by the pervasive undercurrent of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, has yielded great success for the students at KPMSOL, with all the endeavours braved by the students bearing fruitful results.

Events historically hosted by KPMSOL reached new milestones: The fourth edition of our sports festival — Parakram; the fourth edition of our cultural fest — Meraki; the fourth edition of our debate tournament — Loquitur; the third edition of our National Seminar; the first virtual edition of our international moot court competition — IMCC; and the maiden edition of the National Mediation Tournament. Such events, and similar ancillary events conducted by the respective Organising Committees have been highlighted in the School of Law Chronicles.

Staying true to its roots, the School of Law Chronicles provides a forum dedicated for students to engage in a meaningful and mature dialogue and thereby, platforms the ideas and opinions of the students at KPMSOL. This issue; the contribution of the Batch of 2025 has been highlighted and put front and centre, lending a warm welcome from all senior batches to the junior-most batch.

The student contribution to the School of Law Chronicles is diverse in style and form, spanning opinion pieces, reviews, and photography. To mark this issue as the definitive newsletter for the students at KPMSOL, the School of Law Chronicles features comic strips guaranteed to elicit chuckles, and newsletter classic pen-and-paper puzzles, such as a crossword puzzle and sudoku. It is our sincerely hope that this issue enlightens, entertains, and strikes a chord with you.

We hope you enjoy reading it as much as we enjoyed compiling it!

Warmest Regards,

The Publication Committee

(2020- 2021)

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