About LST

It all began in Nagarbhavi, once a sleepy little suburb tucked away among some hillocks just outside Bangalore, now the hotbed of Indian legal education, and home to the National Law School of India University. LST was conceived in the autumn of 1999 by a group of NLSIU students and alumni. Having gone through the rigorous and often confusing examination and admission process ourselves, we perceived the need for an organisation that could provide a clear and comprehensive guide to the bewildering territory of law school examinations and admissions. This goal has evidently been reached, with hundreds of students admitted in the best law schools in India, including NLSIU, NALSAR and NUJS, despite the very limited number of seats available. Read more
http://www.lawentrance.com/aboutus.htm

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  1. to ,
    giri na to

  2. i’m a 10+2 student ..i want to make my career in law .. how can i write the entrance exams , from where can i get addmission form and syllabus booka .i want know when and where will be the exams conducted

  3. i m currently preparing for law ….plz let me know from where can i get general knowlege questions and from where can i prepare vocabulary ????also is there any online lawcourse available ?

  4. i’m a 10+2 student how can i get the admission form by downloading the same,

  5. When will hall ticket will iissued to my son Shreyans Khaneta (D.O.B.23.06.1991) for CLAT 09

    • Will let you know by calling you soon 🙂

  6. I want to know the details about the LL.B. course and its expenses in deferent colleges


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