Call for Papers: CNLU’s National Seminar on Ever-greening of Patents (Patents v/s Patients) [May 10]; Submit Abstracts by May 1

The recent judgment by Supreme Court in the case of Novartis AG v/s Union of India has largely been welcomed as it has paved the way to increased accessibility of the Drug in India at reasonable prices. In view of the judgement of Supreme Court of India the CHANAKYA NATIONAL LAW UNIVERSITY, PATNA is organising

Call for Papers: NLSIU’s Consilience 2013 on Data Protection and Cyber Security [May 25-26]; Submit by April 30

It is our pleasure to Call for Papers for Consilience -2013, a conference on Law and Technology being organized by National Law School of India University, Bangalore. The Conference will be held on 25th-26th May, 2013. The theme of this year’s conference is “Data Protection and Cyber Security in India”.

King’s College London Summer School at Miranda House, University of Delhi [June 3-28]; Apply by May 7: Int’l Relations | Media-Gender | Online Entrepreneur

The fee for each two-week course is Rs. 25,000, payable by demand draft or cheque drawn in favour of “Centre of Innovative Learning” payable at Mumbai. This can be attached to the application and submitted at the Miranda House King’s Summer School Secretariat on any working day between 10.00 am to 3.00 pm.

Interview with Srishti Sharma, SLS Alum @ AZB, Delhi: “Be Wary of Complacency”; “How Symbhav Changed My Life”; “Separating the Personal-Professional”

Q. Things you’d advice others to stay wary of?

A. Getting complacent! It is easy to just get stuck in the daily deadlines of –assignments, lectures etc. You should really go ahead and do something you really like even if it does not fit in with the typical law school schedule.

While its completely normal for

TISS Mumbai’s One Year LLM Program in Access to Justice, Apply by April 13

In pursuance of the TISS mission towards creating a people-centered society that promotes equality, social change and transformation and human rights for all, especially the marginalized and vulnerable groups, the School of Law, Rights and Constitutional Governance at TISS is conducting a One Year Full time, LLM Course in Access to Justice from July 2013.

Class 11 and 12 Students in CBSE Schools Can Now Opt for Legal Studies

According to the ToI report the subject will include teaching of theory and nature of political institutions, nature and sources of law, historical evolution of Indian legal system, civil and criminal courts and processes, family justice system, arbitration, tribunal adjudication and alternate dispute resolution, human rights in India, international context and legal profession in India.

The Maddening Story of All India Bar Exam (AIBE); Learnings from the US Bar Exam and Useful AIBE Links

The excuse of a new practice cannot be stretched over more than 2-3 years. Bar Council of India needs to implement stringent procedures to regulate its own conduct in terms of organising the exam. One can only hope that the subsequent bar exams uphold some level of dignity and prestige associated with an exam which

VIDEO: NLSIU Students’ Jubilant Shouts, Hugs and Kisses After the Jessup Win!

ShareTweetShareWhatsApp5 SharesThe National Law School of India University team consisting of Raag Yadava, Geetha Hariharan, Shreya Jain and Akshaya Ramadurai won the 54th Philip C Jessup International Law Moot Court Competition. Raag Yadava has also bagged the award for the Best Speaker (Finals). Here is the video of what happened at NLSIU, Bangalore when the

CCS’ Summer Internship Program “Researching Reality”; Apply by April 22 [RECOMMENDED]

The CCS internship program provides a greatly valued and needed learning experience in real-life application of social and economic principles and in teaching college students the skills of research, analysis, writing, and above all critical thinking. The interns would be working on the topic of research that they chose which includes research, studies, field visits

Call for Papers: ITMU Law School’s Workshop on “Utility Model: Legal Response” [June 1]; Submit by May 10

Accordingly, the Government came up with a draft legislation on Utility Model. However, it was later proposed to scrap the model bill and instead bring about small changes in the Design Act 2000 to protect utility inventions and help in their commercial exploitation. In this background, ITMU Law School is organizing a workshop on “Utility