Lawctopus Webinar on Legal Research and Writing [April 21, Tue, 5-6.30 PM]: Register Now

Note: We have received 2311 registrations for this webinar (stats till April 21, 2.22 PM).

Please note that our webinar can accommodate a maximum of 1000 attendees at a time. Registrants are thus requested to join-in on time.

For those who are unable to join-in (that is, if we have more than 1000 interested people), please note that we’ll release a recording of the webinar in 5-7 days.

 

Lawctopus’ mission of enabling informed and inspired careers has lead us into launching our online learning products. Our course on Legal Research and Writing was the first in the offing.

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While 200+ learners have registered for the course, we want to take the conversation around the e-learning possibilities of Legal Research and Writing wider and deeper. We also want to share our insights on the first step towards legal research and writing, i.e, choosing a research topic and questions.

How do we do this? Well, in Corona times, through a webinar, of course! Welcome to our carefully crafted, sincerely attempted webinar with goals both lofty and earthy.

Topic:

Picking a Research Topic, Identifying Research Questions, and Possibilities of E-learning for Legal Research & Writing

Date and time:

The 21st of April (Tuesday) from 5-6.30 PM.

Target audience:

  • People enrolled in the Lawctopus ‘Legal Research and Writing’ online course
  • People interested in the topic of choosing topics, identifying research questions
  • Those interested in exploring e-learning for legal writing
  • This can include law students, lawyers, law teachers, and anyone else interested in research, writing, and learning related to the law. 

Main Points/Questions We Will Be Exploring: 

  1. What does E-learning mean for the learner and the experience of learning? How can we better appreciate this in the context of learning legal research and writing?
  2. How can we select a topic for legal research? What are the important considerations? What is the process involved? 
  3. How can we identify one or more important research questions to focus on in legal research and writing? What are the important considerations? What is the process involved?

Facilitators

abhayraj naikAbhayraj Naik did his BA LLB (Hons.) from NLSIU Bangalore in 2006 and LLM from Yale Law School in 2009.

He is currently an independent researcher and consultant and has previously taught in colleges like JGLS, Azim Premji University, and NLSIU. He has also been a research fellow at SARAI-CSDS, and a researcher at the Environment Support Group in Bangalore.

 

shrutanjaya bhardwajShrutanjaya Bhardwaj is the lead researcher and writer of this course. He completed his BA LLB (Hons.) from NLUD in 2017 where he was awarded the Vice Chancellor’s Gold Medal for the Best Overall Student (Male).

He then worked at the chambers of Gopal Sankarnarayanan for a year and then went on to complete LLM from Michigan Law School in 2019.

 

Logistics

Date: April 21 (Tuesday)

Timings: 5 PM – 6.30 PM

Participation: Participants will be on mute. They can ask questions via the Q and A box. We encourage you to submit your questions in the registration form itself as that will help us curate the webinar better.

Please register for the webinar by filling the form on this link.

 

If you are interested, register for the 3rd batch of Lawctopus’ online certificate course on Legal Research and Writing (starts on June 1) by clicking here.

 

 

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