Teachers’ Training Programme on Jurisprudence @ NLU Delhi [Dec 15-19]: Register by Nov 25

The Centre for Law, Justice and Development (CLJD) and the National Academy of Law Teachers (NALT), NLU Delhi is organising a week-long training programme on Jurisprudence.

The programme is an advance course focussing on postmodernism and deconstruction. Professor Upendra Baxi has kindly consented to be a part of the programme and would be leading the deliberations. The programme would also be led by renowned academicians and senior scholars with extensive teaching and research experience in legal philosophy.

Academicians, scholars and practitioners engaged in teaching and researching jurisprudence or having an interest in legal philosophy may register for the programme.

Venue: National Law University, Delhi

Programme Director: Dr. Amita Punj, Associate Professor, NLU Delhi


The registration for this year’s Teachers’ Training Programme on Jurisprudence is online. Click here to register. All details therein have to be mandatorily filled in.

Total number of participants for the programme is limited to 35.

Confirmation of participation will be communicated to the applicants by November 20, 2018.

Registration Fee

Rs. 5000/- (Five Thousand) is chargeable as course fee to cover the expenses of reading materials, boarding and lodging of participants.

As the seats are limited, the prospective participants are requested to register for the course on early basis. Application for the course would be considered only after payment of registration fees. No payment shall be accepted after the last date for registration. In the event of non-selection of the applicant, the registration fee shall be refunded.

Dates of the Event: 15th December 2018 – 19th December 2018.

Commencement of Registration: November 02, 2018.

Last Date for Registration: November 25, 2018

Confirmation of participation will be communicated to participants by: November 27, 2018


Queries may be directed to: [email protected]

For further details, click here.


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