Unitedworld School of Law is a constituent institute of Karnavati University established under the umbrella legislation of Gujarat Private Universities Act, 2017. The University and its programmes are recognized by the Bar Council of India (BCI).
The University and its programmes are recognized by the Bar Council of India (BCI).UWSL offers interdisciplinary legal course namely BBA.LL.B. UWSL focuses to generate profound insight in promoting legal education through the establishment of a dedicated centre for legal research, legal aid clinic, organizing extension and training programmes, guest lectures, training workshops and seminar.
About the course
One Credit Course On “Common Law vs. Chinese Law: Focus On Invisible Factors & Contexts That Are Relevant To Legal Practice” shall be taken by Dr. (Capt.) Vivek Jain from February 24 to 25, 2020. Dr. (Capt.) Vivek Jain has qualified as a barrister in England & Wales in 2003.
His academic qualifications: B.sc. (N.sc.)( India), LLB( Hon.) and LL.M (Maritime Law) from London, MBA from Norway and PhD in International Law China. Dr. (Capt.) Vivek Jain has qualified as a Barrister in England & Wales in 2003.
The Course is open for the students pursuing a bachelor or above degree courses/Professionals/Research Scholars etc.
Cross Border Arbitration and Litigation
Development and Dynamics of Chinese Law
English and Chinese Civil Procedural system
Jurisprudence in Common Law and Chinese Law
Unitedworld, School of Law, Karnavati University, Uvarsad-Adalaj Road, Knowledge Village, Gandhinagar, Gujarat, 382422
18 Kilometres (25 mins drive) from the Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel International Airport (AMD). 24 Kilometres (40 mins drive) from the Kalupur Railway Station, Ahmedabad.
Registration for this course can be done by submitting the duly filled registration form along with the Online Payment Receipt on clp[at]uwsl.edu.in. On the Spot, registration is possible only for the vacant seats if any on the day of Inauguration of the Course.
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