The Consortium of National Law Universities (NLUs) will be holding the Common Law Admission Test (CLAT) on 18 December, 2022. The CLAT 2023 admit cards are issued. However, the Consortium has recently asked the students to fill up admission preferences prior to downloading the CLAT admit card. Applicants are required to fill up facilities and thereafter email their application form by 15 December, 2022. CLAT is held for getting admission to the UG and PG law programmes at 22 different NLUs. The official website for hosting the CLAT admit card 2023 is consortiumofnlus.ac.in.
A Consortium statement added: “Persons with Benchmark Disabilities (“PwDs”) / Specially Abled Persons (“SAPs”)” dated November 24, 2022, (the “Guidelines”) please see Annexure-I for a list of Coordinators supervising Test Centres in various cities, and their contact details. PWDs/ SAPs who wish to avail the facility of a scribe are required to email the duly filled proformas (Appendices I, II, and III) as notified in the Guidelines to the Coordinator supervising the city in which they have been allotted a Test Centre by 5 pm on December 15, 2022.” The last date to update preferences for getting admission to NLUs is 17 December, 2022. Students must note to fill in a minimum of five preferences.