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Dr. Ranbir Singh on starting two of India's premier law schools

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Dr. Ranbir Singh was the founder Vice Chancellor of NALSAR University of Hyderabad and then started the National Law University, Delhi. Here, he talks about humble beginnings as a schoolboy in a small village to setting up and heading two of the premier institutions of legal learning in India and all the struggles that came with it. Published on November 10, 2010.

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