Legal Aid Committee, Government Law College Mumbai is organising a webinar on ‘Prospects in Intellectual Property Law’ with Mr. Shailendra Bhandare, Partner Khaitan and Co.
About the Legal Aid Committee
The Legal Aid Committee, as the name suggests, strives to provide free legal assistance to those who cannot afford it. Legal Aid Committee has varied and diverse activities to be undertaken which range from providing pro bono legal opinion to needy people, spreading awareness in Mumbai on various current socio-legal issues, teaching juvenile delinquents and writing bail applications for the prison inmates.
Committee is comprised of four avenues:
- Legal Aid Cell
- Legal Awareness Cell
- Juvenile Home Visits
- Jail Visits
About the Webinar
Working in the sphere of legal aid the cell has come across many instances where small stakeholders are deprived of legal assistance with respect to IPR matters. Legal Aid Cell aims to imbibe the values of legal responsibility amongst the budding IP lawyers.
This webinar is one such attempt to familiarise students with future prospects in Intellectual Property laws and motivate them to do pro bono work.
- Event Date: 4th June 2021
- Time: 2 PM onwards
- Venue: Zoom Meeting
Zoom Meeting Link: https://lawc.to/2f6Jv
Meeting ID: 245 689 1899
About the Speaker
Shailendra is a Partner in the Intellectual Property (IP) Practice Group at the Mumbai office. He is actively involved in International Trademark Association’s (INTA) policy/advocacy initiatives in India and is the past: Chair and Member of INTA’s Trademark Office Practices India Subcommittee, and INTA’s India Global Advisory Council, respectively.
Shailendra has been recognised in various rankings including IP Stars, Legal 500, WTR 1000, WIPR Leaders, IAM 300 and Indian Business Law Journal’s- Indian Law Firm Awards Report.
Legal Aid Cell, Coordinator: Deepadnya Walanj : 8779648056
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