The conduct of the Common Law Admission Test over the years has been subject to severe criticism. A public interest petition filed by us before the Hon’ble Supreme Court in 2015, inter alia, praying for a revamp of the examination and placing it on a more competent institutional pedestal is still pending before the Hon’ble Court. More details about the CLAT PIL can be found here.
The All India Law Entrance Test (“AILET”), organized by NLU Delhi for admission to its courses, on the other hand, has gone largely unscathed. AILET 2019, however, has come under intense scrutiny for being plagiarized.
The IDIA Team of Harshit Pande, Swati Agrawal and Shayonee Dasgupta, have documented the plagiarism in AILET 2019 in a detailed piece that has been published by LiveLaw and is available here.