The University of Petroleum and Energy Studies is a private university in Dehradun, Uttarakhand, India. It was established in 2003 through the UPES Act, 2003, of the State Legislature of Uttarakhand.
About UPES School of Law
UPES School of Law is the place where students are prepared for rewarding careers. Exceptional pedagogy, carefully crafted curriculum and unique instructional methods modelled after global trends in law education have made this possible.
Professor Dr. Vijay Kumar Singh, Dean, School of Law: Dr. Vijay Kumar Singh is the Dean and the former Head of the Department of Law and Management at the UPES School of Law. Before this, he has worked with the Indian Institute of Corporate Affairs, the Competition Commission of India and the Hidayatullah National Law University in various capacities.
About the Webinar
UPES School of Law is organising a webinar on Law as a Career Option.
Dr. Vijay Kumar Singh is the Dean of the UPES School of Law. Before this, he has worked with the Indian Institute of Corporate Affairs, the Competition Commission of India, and the Hidayatullah National Law University in various capacities.
He will be speaking from his wide experience as an academic, a practitioner, and a legal professional with many certifications and accolades to his name on ‘Law as a Career Option’, covering:
How a specialist course in law could benefit aspiring lawyers in these dynamic times
What should one look for in a Law school, how should one decide on which college to join to be successful in the legal profession.
Shakti: Unique initiative by UPES on empowering girls (from classroom to boardroom)
SoL Collaborations: With The Ulaw, U.K. for legal studies and Industry collaboration with Surana & Surana
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