International Policy Analysis Network, Asia‘s first youth-led public policy think tank has initiated an Annual Working Paper Series in association with School of Agriculture Law and Economics (SALE), Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law, India from the year 2012. The Research Theme for 2012 edition of this series is “FDI in Multi-Brand
I directly went to the office of MPHRC with application for internship and my college id card. They immediately registered me as an intern and they gave me a bare act of "Protection Of Human Rights Act 1993" and instructed me that Chairman of commission will discuss with you the provisions of this act.
Then we had regular meetings held where in wherein the rural team also participates and we have new agendas proposed for the next week. I had to do extensive reading about the laws in different countries and having a comparison drawn between the Indian laws and other foreign laws. By Kavita Kumar, ILS Pune
At the time of the first conference itself, have the client execute a vakalatnama and pay a token amount as retainer/fees on account. A client who has consulted many other lawyers will feel that you are serious and professional if you do this and at the same time, not be able to easily take
We got to learn a lot about the internal workings of a web-based start up. Other than honing our drafting skills, we also learnt about marketing and client counselling. It was a hard core legal internship which enabled us to learn about the intricacies of drafting and legal documentation. By Asis Panda and
Full time positions:
1. Programme Coordinator – Artist Rights and Music Education
2. Coordinator – Feminist Leadership and Advocacy
3. Advocacy Coordinator – Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights
4. Peer Education Coordinator – Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights
5. Communications Coordinator
Human Dignity International is pleased to announce ESCRITO ’12- 1st Prof. (Dr.) S.R.S. Bedi Memorial Essay Writing Competition on Public International Law. The principle aim of organizing this event is to generate interest in concept of Human Dignity in the legal circle and create a resource base at the same time.
So, you can imagine how nice it would have been for me and what kind of exposure I would have got here for my period of 4 weeks. I can say that this would be the Best Firm one can intern with. This is my first year and first experience of interning and this will
Students are requested to mail their abstracts along with a brief note mentioning their college, course and previous publications/conferences and/or research experience to- [email protected] with the subject of the mail as “Submission – ‘Name’” in Word format (.doc or .docx) latest by 30th October 2012.
Sub-themes of the Seminar
Economic Reforms in India: An Overview
Economic Liberalisation: Law practice in India
Economic Liberalisation: Role of FDI in shaping different sectors of Economy
Economic Liberalisation: Challenges ahead
It is a brilliant internship. The office is slow but highly resourceful. If you are interested in working then you will end up working a lot. But if you are there for the sake of doing an internship then you will end up doing nothing substantive at all. The workplace is friendly. Dr. Rajeev Dhavan
Accommodation will be provided to first 150 students only. If you do not wish to take accommodation then the charges shall be 800 Rupees (+25 towards inter branch/bank transaction). Last date of registration for local delegates is extended to 1st November 2012. They shall be alloted a country just after their payment confirmation. For any
First Impression about National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) was great, as it gave me an chance to interact with members of commission and students from all over India ( Note: The internship is not limited only to law students). By Nikhil Joshi, Dr. D Y Patil College of Law, 4th year
1. Judicial Accountability Bill – Need & Consequences
2. Right to Information Act – Analysis & activism
3. Inference of Lokpal & Lokayukta – Transparency and accountability
4. Evolving Role of CAG in ensuring transparency & accountability
5. Impact of promotion in SC/ST & OBC quota in public employment
6. Social Networking websites vis-à-vis Art. 19(1)(a) of the Constitution
In AZB, you get as much work as you can/want (to) take and also you get recognition for you work. so, if you have the enthusiasm to work hard and the passion to get noticed, this is "the place" for you. Purushottam Anand, NLU Delhi, 4th year
1. Legal Journalist – Will be responsible for covering all the latest news in the legal education space
2. CLAT content developer – Will be responsible for developing content that will satisfy the CLATing needs of the community
3. Community Manager – Will be responsible to look after all the needs of the community
How about you stop tolerating that a rape allegedly took place on your grounds, rather than blaming students for ‘bad behaviour’. Sadly, for the college this approach appears to be easier than acknowledging that it failed to keep its own back garden safe and something terrible appears to have happened on their watch.
The Kerala Law Academy is holding its First International Conference on Conservation of Forests, Wild Life and Ecology from 15 Dec-17 Dec. The theme of the Conference is “The Legal Regime and Measures for Conservation of Bio Diversity and Protection of Ecological Balance of Western Ghats”. It’s a venue where science meets law.