About Lawctopus Law School
Conceptualized and kick-started in May 2019, and formally launched in March 2020, Lawctopus Law School has taught a wide range of skills to over 5900 law students, young lawyers, professionals, academicians, and business people in the last 10 months. Over 300 learners have rated our courses and the average rating of these courses is 89/100. Learners have commonly described the courses to be a ‘warm’ learning experience!
Our courses on Legal Research and Writing, Contract Drafting and Negotiation, Litigation Basics, ODR, IPRs (with separate modules too for Trademarks, Copyrights, and Patents), Applying for LLM Abroad, and Mooting have transformed how people look at legal education and online legal education. In fact, our open Webinars have been attended by over 20,000 people!
About the Webinar
Human Rights are a matter of great importance today. In fact, the Geneva Convention on human rights declares them as fundamental rights.
The key idea of the webinar is to introduce you to human rights law and its various facets. The conversation shall not only provide an insight into the financial viability of a career in human rights law but shall also highlight the available scopes and opportunities in the sphere of human rights. The webinar shall also delve into the questions of pursuing an LLM and building a human rights law resume.
If you are a human rights enthusiast looking for a road to walk on, you know what to do!
Introduction to Careers in Human Rights Law
- Date: December 18, 2021 (Saturday)
- Time: 5 PM to 6:30 PM
- Platform: Zoom (The link will be sent upon registration)
Agenda for the Webinar
- Introduction to human rights law
- Busting the myth of ‘no money in human rights’
- Steps to becoming a human rights professional
- Steps to building a human rights law based profile
- Understanding the LLM dichotomy in human rights law
About the Speaker
Ms. Ujjaini Chatterji is an advocate based out of Delhi. She holds an LLM in Human Rights Law from the University of Nottingham for which she was awarded the GREAT scholarship and the Developing Solutions scholarship. During her course, she received another fully funded scholarship from the School of Law, University of Nottingham, to attend the Summer School for Human Rights Defenders in the Venice School for Human Rights Defenders (European Inter-University Centre for Human Rights and Democratisation). She represented the University of Nottingham and achieved high scores in the Oxford Union debate, King’s College debate and Philip C. Jessup Moot Court Competition.
Apart from her scholarships, Ujjaini self-funded her entire post-graduation journey. She worked in several jobs like waitressing, bartending, toilet cleaning, housekeeping, theatre, comedy mascot, etc. In this journey full of adventure and risks, she attended and networked at several international law conferences while also making bohemian friends who often lived on the streets as they travelled the world.
Ujjaini arranged the funds for her international internships, conferences and travels by working on her various part-time jobs. In fact, when she returned to India, she came back with savings of about 3,000 GBP. Ujjaini invested this money to start her private litigation practice in India. Since 2019, Ujjaini has assisted Ms Indira Jaising as a Junior, been a columnist and law reporter and has independently handled several cases pertaining to human rights law.
Who can Attend?
- Law Students (from 1st year to 5th year)
- Legal Professionals
- Anybody who is interested in Human Rights Law
- Anybody who wants to do an LL.M in Human Rights Law
- Interested candidates can register for the webinar by clicking below.
- Registration Fee: No registration fee
Certificates will NOT be provided.
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