NLSIU’s 6th NLSIR Symposium on International Arbitration [May 18-19]; Register by May 13

Confirmed speakers for the symposium include renowned legal luminaries such as Hon’ble Mr. Justice (Retd.) S U Kamdar (Former Justice, Bombay High Court), Mr. Anirudh Krishnan (Advocate, Madras High Court), Mr. Ashwin Shanker (Advocate, Bombay High Court) Mr. Aditya Sondhi (Advocate, Karnataka High Court), Mr. Ajay Thomas (Registrar, London Court of International Arbitration, India), Mr.

NLU Delhi and CIRC’s Certificate [Apply by May 12] & Diploma Courses [Apply by April 30] on Competition Policy & Law; Please Mention Lawctopus in Your Application

The enforcement of Competition Law across sectors and business functions is creating a high demand for competition compliance. This has led CIRC & NLUD to collaborate to offer these courses on Competition Policy and Law. If and when you register please mention that you got to know about

NLU Delhi’s Post Grad Course on Victimology in Colab With Tokiwa International Victimology Institute, Japan [Aug 5-16]; Register by April 25

The Asian Post Graduate course is designed mostly for persons with a Bachelor’s degree interested in Victimology/victims and persons currently engaged in victim advocacy, victim services or any other work with victims: social welfare, counseling, community policing etc. However, if we have space, we would accept persons who are in their last year of undergraduate

Call for Papers: GNLU’s International Conference on Modern Corporate Laws [Oct 5-6]; Submit Abstracts by July 5

With the aim to grapple with the multifarious concerns and realities for a reform in the corporate governance, development of securities market and corporate restructuring, this conference has been well thought-out to address reforms in the corporate governance, emerging dimension of corporate social responsibility, protection of securities market and the challenges to corporate restructuring.

HNLU’s NewsLetter Samvaad: 4th Issue on Legal Entrepreneurs [DOWNLOAD]

Sachin Malhan: But those days of sitting in our hostel rooms, late at night, over bottles of, er, thums-up and kebabs, and planning out LST were so awesome! Nothing like ‘creating’ something ground-up. We used ICQ chat software, early email systems, a basic website etc. to interact with students. Like a wise man once said: “To be independent