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Yugal Jain


YUGAL JAIN

NALSAR University of Law, Hyderabad

Yugal Jain

Yugal completed his graduation from Nalsar University of Law, Hyderabad in the year 2017. He belongs to the second batch of IDIA scholars. He is currently working with Shardul Amarchand Mangaldas & Co as a Senior Associate in their Bankruptcy & Restructuring practice. Before joining Shardul Amarchand Mangaldas & Co., Yugal worked with Cyril Amarchand Mangaldas.

At Nalsar, he participated in the host of extra-curricular activities such as moot courts, client counselling and organizing the public policy lecture series. Yugal was elected as the President of Nalsar Student Bar Council (SBC) for the academic year 2016-17, and also served as the chair of the committee redrafting the SBC constitution. He led the IDIA Hyderabad chapter as a team leader from December 2014 to April 2016.

Yugal tends to be driven by opportunities that require him to push the boundaries of his comfort zone and deal with new challenges. He likes to work with people from diverse backgrounds and firmly believes in team work. Yugal is passionate about the causes of “Mental Health Awareness” and “Education for All”, and endeavours to contribute towards the advancement of the causes. He sincerely believes that education makes freedom accessible for everybody, and mental health awareness opens a door for leading an authentic life. He wishes for a society where everybody is able to lead a life of independence, in its truest form.

Yugal loves to read and listen to podcasts, specifically content related to philosophy, psychology, and those at their intersection. He also enjoys cooking and traveling.

Recounting his association with IDIA, Yugal says:

“I have low vision due to retinal detachment, and I used to take the assistance of scribes for writing my exams. NLU Jodhpur was conducting the law entrance exam in 2012. They had rejected my request to get my own scribe for writing the exam, and informed me that the scribe will be arranged by the exam centre. There was no mechanism in place to ensure quality of the scribe, or meet the scribe before the exam. I found this policy of NLU Jodhpur unfair, and wanted to challenge the same. It is at this point that I was introduced to Shamnad sir and IDIA by Rajneesh sir (CLAT Essential Founder). From that time onwards to the day I graduated from law school, Shamnad sir and IDIA were of great support, be it in terms of, challenging NLU Jodhpur’s policy, arranging scholarship to study at Nalsar, or extending academic and professional mentorship. I remain grateful for IDIA’s support.”

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