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Online classes for PG-CLAT, other LLM entrance exams by Studio Legis

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Studio Legis offers comprehensive online classes for PG-CLAT, other LLM entrance exams like AILET and UGC-NET law exams.

Why Studio Legis?

● Live online classes led by NLU alumni.

● Comprehensive coverage of the updated syllabus

● Detailed discussions on recent landmark judgments and amendments.

● Personal guidance and mentoring by NLU alumni.

● Expert lectures on selected topics.

● Writing practice sessions followed by personalized feedback for PG-CLAT descriptive section.

● Comprehensive deconstruction of previous years CLAT and NET exams

● Revision sessions

● Subject-based and full-length mock tests with detailed answer keys

● Classes for UGC NET paper-I (General paper)

● Convenient timings for working professionals

These classes target

● Law graduates, working professionals and final year law students aspiring to join top NLUs and other prestigious law colleges for LLM

● Aspirants of PSU legal jobs. (Many PSUs such as ONGC, NTPC etc. use CLAT PG scores for recruitment).

● Post-graduate degree holders and LLM students preparing for UGC-NET law exam.

Core faculty

Raveena Naz

Raveena Naz is a research scholar at Centre for the Study of Law and Governance, Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU), New Delhi. She is the recipient of Maulana Azad National Research Fellowship of the UGC for pursuing her research on law and corporate governance structure of big business groups in India. Earlier, She taught Gender Justice and Feminist Jurisprudence, Direct Taxes, Special Contracts and Industrial Law at the Faculty of Law, University of Delhi and Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi. She completed her M.Phil from JNU where her research focussed on the efficacy on Corporate Social Responsibility under the Companies Act, 2013. She holds LL.M in Corporate Law from Hidayatullah National Law University, Raipur, and was the recipient of the Vice Chancellor’s Gold Medal for securing first rank in LLM and Nani Palkiwala gold medal for the top scorer in Corporate Law. She pursued her bachelor’s degree in law from Government College of Law, Thiruvananthapuram. She cleared UGC-NET in 2014. She presented papers in various national and international seminars, conferences and colloquiums. Her work has been published and referred to in many prestigious international journals

Kiran Mohan Vazhapully

Kiran Mohan Vazhapully is Legal Officer at the Secretariat of Asian-African Legal Consultative Organization (AALCO), an intergovernmental organisation based in New Delhi. Currently, he is on leave specialising in air and space law (LL.M) at McGill University, Canada, where he is an Erin J.C. Arsenault Graduate Fellow. He holds an integrated bachelor’s degree in law (BA LLB Hons.) from National University of Juridical Sciences (WBNUJS, Kolkata) and master’s degree in international law from University of Kerala. He cleared UGC-NET in 2013. He is a recipient of several academic recognitions, including the Hague Academy Scholarship, UN Fellowship to attend the prestigious International Law Seminar held annually in Geneva and the Reserve Bank of India Young Scholar Award. Kiran has published in many national and international law journals and presented his research in several international fora.

Arabhi Anandan

Arabhi Anandan completed her integrated bachelor’s degree B.A. LL.B(Hons) from the National University of Advanced Legal Studies (NUALS), Kochi in 2015. She was a practicing lawyer in the High Court of Kerala for four years. In her profound interest in the field of legal research, she has also worked as a freelance Research Associate in one of the top online legal news portals, Live Law.

Important Dates

CLAT LLM (PG) 2021 Exam:

Application deadline: 31 March 2021

Day of Exam: 13 June 2021

UGC NET 2021 Exam dates (tentative):

3rd to 4th week of June 2021

2nd to 3rd week of December 2021


Crash course for 2021 PG-CLAT and UGC Exams begins on 1st April 2021


Course fee:

PG-CLAT/LLM entrance exams: 15,000/-

UGC-NET law exam:15,000/-

Contact us: +91-9495797100 (WhatsApp)

General opportunity gente

Introduction and Overview

The PG-CLAT 2021 will feature an emphasis on the comprehension abilities of the students. It shall be of 120 minutes duration, with one sections:

● The first section would include 100 objective-type questions carrying 1 mark each. There shall be a negative marking of 0.25 marks for every wrong answer.

● The second section would require candidates to write 2 descriptive essays.

● Candidates who secure 40% (35% in case of SC, ST, and PWD) marks in the objective section will qualify for the evaluation of their answers in the descriptive section.

The paper will be based on the mandatory subjects of the undergraduate program and include Constitutional Law, Jurisprudence, Administrative Law, Law of Contract, Torts, Family Law, Criminal Law, Property Law, Company Law, Public International Law, Tax Law, Environmental Law, and Labour & Industrial Law.

Objective Section

In this section of the PG-CLAT 2021, you will be provided extracts from primary legal materials such as important court decisions in various fields of law, statutes or regulations. Each passage will be followed by a series of questions that will require you to demonstrate the:

● Ability to read and comprehend the issues discussed in the passage, as well as any arguments and viewpoints discussed or set out in the passage;

● Awareness of the issues discussed in the passage, as well as of legal issues and facts related to and arising out of the passage and the judgment or statute from which it is extracted;

● Summarise the passage; and

● Ability to apply your knowledge of the fields of law discussed in the passage.

Descriptive Section

In this section of the PG-CLAT 2021, you will be required to write essays answering Any 2 questions from amongst the list of questions supplied. Your answers must not exceed 800 words each, and you will be required to demonstrate the following in your response:

● Awareness of the legal, factual, and philosophical issues arising out of the questions you choose to answer;

● Ability to structure your answer, and clearly set out various arguments and perspectives related to the topic set out in the questions and to draw a conclusion based on the above.

Preparing for the PG-CLAT 2021

As part of your preparations for the PG-CLAT 2021, you should:

● Read and refresh your knowledge of important judgments, and try to discern various issues discussed in such judgments;

● Refresh your knowledge of important constitutional and legislative provisions, particularly those that may have been discussed in recent judgments; it would also be useful to ensure you are aware of historical case law and amendments related to such provisions, so that you have a more complete awareness of such provisions and the issues related to them;

● Practice writing essays of the type indicated above, with clear presentations of issues, factual matters, arguments and conclusion.

*reproduced from CLAT website.

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