IE Law School’s Legal Programs

IE Law School, with its strong innovative and entrepreneurial spirit, global focus, exceptional faculty and international beyond border experiences (with more than 10 different destinations in Asia, Europe, USA and Latin America) has attracted over the last years several Indian students to its legal programs, fully imparted in English and included in the “listing” provided

Call for Papers: Amity Law School Noida’s National Seminar on Forensics in Bank and Credit Card Frauds [March 20]; Submit by March 14

Themes: 1. Crime Scene Investigation and Forensic Evidence in ATM/ Credit Card Crimes. 2. Internet Banking : Transaction Frauds in Online shopping 3. Jurisdiction Issues in Cross Border Frauds- Investigation, Detection and Prosecution 4. Digital Forensics with regard to Bank and Credit Card Frauds

Call for Papers: GNLU’s Special Issue of Competition Law and Policy of International and National Significance; Submit by March 8

DWRTC is a biannual journal published by the GNLU, with its 1st issue already published in March 2011. Within a short time it has got immense recognition from the legal academia all over the world. The Journal deals with the burning issues regarding the legal implications on the trade and commercial front and its competition

CIRC’s On-line Certificate Course on Competition Act, 2002 in India; Register by March 10, Please Mention Lawctopus

This course is intended to introduce participants to the provisions of the Competition Act, 2002 and its enforcement. It aims to create a better understanding of the market concepts, restrictive business practices, IPRs and cross border issues. If and when you register, please do mention that you heard about this via Lawctopus

Internship @ Maya Foundation, Kolkata: Shelter for Homeless People, No Stipend

Maya Foundation was in charge of a homeless shelter which provided free night time shelter to people sleeping on the streets at night. However it was seen that despite being aware of the facilities provided, many people still seemed to prefer sleeping on the streets. By Anshuman Bose, KIIT School of Law, 1st Year

Prof. Shubhankar Dam of SMUL School of Law, Singapore is Looking for Research Assistants [POSITION CLOSED]

Prof. Shubhankar Dam, Singapore Management University School of Law, Singapore, is looking for 2 research assistants to conduct research on a topic on law and governance in India. It will involve collecting and collating data, locating legislation and articles, finding cases and preparing notes etc.