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iJustice and JGLS’ International Conference on Law and Liberty 2015 [Sep 18-19, Sonepat]: Register NOW
The Federalist Society, iJustice – a public interest law initiative of Centre for Civil Society, Jindal Global Law School (JGLS) and Jindal School of Government and Public Policy (JSGP) are jointly organizing this conference.
The Centre for Post Graduate Legal Studies at the JGLS offers the following courses: 1. One Year of Master of Laws (LLM) in Corporate and Financial Law 2. One Year of Master of Laws (LLM) in International Trade and Investment Law 3. One Year of Master of Laws (LLM) in Intellectual Property Rights and Technology Law
Magnus is the annual sports fest hosted by O.P. Jindal Global University, which will take place from 13th to 15th March 2015.
Magnus is the annual sports fest hosted by O.P Jindal Global University in the month of March. Using this fest as a platform, the University aims to promote perseverance and the spirit of healthy competition.
Contributors should email a 500 word abstract of their submission at the address provided below by 15th September 2014. The deadline for accepting final submissions is 30th November 2014.
O.P. Jindal Global University is organising BISWAMIL- a big cultural event between September 26-28, 2014.
There is no such thing as a perfect application as there is always a scope of improvement. However, anyone interested in this fellowship should choose a particular policy topic of their interest and follow it diligently on regular basis. With this, the applicant will have no problem with the policy essay. Interviewers are smart people, they know if the essay is backed with a 6 hour or 6 months research.
1. One Year of Master of Laws (LLM) in Corporate and Financial Law 2. One Year of Master of Laws (LLM) in International Trade and Investment Law 3. One Year of Master of Laws (LLM) in Intellectual Property Rights and Technology Law
Jindal ‘Jail’ Global Law School: Welcome to Strip Searches, 100 Security Cameras and Breath Analyser Tests; Unsafe Sonepat Mandates All This Argue Some [VIA LEGALLY INDIA]
Campus security also includes breath analyser tests (a student refusing a test would be a disciplinary offence), campus surveillance by a battery of close to 100 cameras and two guards sitting in a tower to keep an eye on movements throughout campus."
The JGU National Student Research Colloquium (‘SRC’) has, since its inception in 2010, become a unique avenue for nurturing graduate and undergraduate legal scholarship.
Interview: JGLS Entrepreneurs @ eShack – Arman Sood, Ashwajeet Singh : On-going Learning Process, The Will to Differ, Uncertain Futures, Awesome Fun!
The future is as uncertain as ever. We want to expand our range of accessories and line of beer and alcohol t-shirts and believe that there is a much bigger market out there than we have captured till now. As far as law school is concerned we need to decide our intership scene as well as whether or not to sit for placements. We have two more years of law school which will be hectic and it is going to get tougher but both of us are willing to take on the challenge and are excited to see where this goes.
The thematic sessions at the three-day Conference are devoted to such important themes as the Indian university in a comparative perspective; humanities and the liberal arts; the remaking of the Indian university; interdisciplinary in higher education; knowledge sharing for policy impact, think tanks and international organizations; promoting excellence in higher education and leadership and innovation in universities. By Shreyas Gupta, JGLS
Call for Papers: JGLS Student Research Colloquium on Contemporary Challenges of Law; Submit by Dec 15
The Research Colloquium will provide visibility for student research that critically analyzes the formation and functioning of the Indian legal system (ILS) over the last six decades.