The Faculty of Law, Osmania University has a glorious history of more than 100 years. The “Law Class” was started in the year 1899 to give instruction in law to the students desirous of joining legal profession along with “Judicial Test” classes for Judicial Officers.
About the Workshop
Faculty of Law, Osmania University is organising a Ten Days Online Workshop on Effective Teaching, Learning and Research in Law: COVID-19 Challenges.
This workshop would aim at addressing the issues of effective learning, teaching and research. The primary objectives of the workshop are to:
Train the participants and update their knowledge for best teaching methodology and practices.
Analyze the effects of Covid-19 on different avenues of Legal Research Teaching and Learning.
Understand the impact of New Education Policy 2020 on Legal Education.
Enable the participants, understand the role of a Law Teacher in effective teaching and learning.
Enhance the skills of the participants in effective use of ICT in Law teaching and research.
The Workshop would focus on a range of subjects relating to Legal Research. Some illustrative areas are indicated below:
Effective Legal Pedagogy and Research: Post COVID Issues and Challenges
New Education Policy and Legal Education – Future Projections
Role of Law Teachers in shaping career of Students
Effective Teaching of Constitutional Law and Human Rights
Enforcement of Constitutional and Human Rights
Indian Constitutional Law and New Challenges
Practice of Criminal Law: Issues and Challenges
Effective Teaching of IPRs and Law
Teaching ADR: Techniques and Methods
Effective Teaching of Air and Space Law
Impact of Labour Reforms: COVID-19 Perspectives
Understanding Civil Procedure: Issues and Techniques
Practice of Corporate Laws: Issues, Challenges and Strategies
Impact of COVID-19 on Human Rights of Vulnerable Sections
Human Rights responses of select countries in respect of COVID-19 pandemic
Use of ICT in Legal Academics and Research
The course is for Law Teachers and Research Scholars in Law from recognized Universities, Colleges and Research Institutions.
Any Full-Time, Ad-hoc, Part-Time, Visiting faculty and Part-Time, Full-Time researchers in law are eligible for the Course.
The applicants must have completed their LLM and must be teaching or doing research.
All the participants are requested to register by filling this Online Registration Form on or before 16th August 2020 without fail. Registration is mandatory for all the participants. For further queries, please email at ouclworkshop2020[at]gmail.com.
The candidates are encouraged to apply early, without waiting for the deadline. The Workshop Fees is Rs. 100/- only which must be paid to the following account:
Name of Bank: State Bank of India
Name of Branch: Arts College, OU, Hyderabad
Bank A/c. No: 52198263081
Name: Principal, University College of Law, OU, Hyderabad
IFSC Code: SBIN0020071
It is necessary to make the payment of fees and enter the payment details in the Registration Form.
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