The Daksha Fellowship is India’s first law, policy and business fellowship program for young and mid-career lawyers, public policy professionals and other graduates with a background in law. The Fellowship is a one year, residential program with a contemporary curriculum formulated by internationally renowned faculty in collaboration with leading legal practitioners and industry experts.
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Topic: Daksha Fellowship: India’s First Fellowship for Lawyers
The legal profession has undergone a massive transition over the past decade, with new areas of law emerging. Increasing information complexity, client demands, economic forces, changing demographics and technology advancements, all continue to accelerate and demand a response from the world of legal education.
Are you excited by the latest developments in technology and its implications for privacy, free speech and regulation?
Would you like to advise corporations on navigating the new world of independent regulatory institutions?
Would you like to resolve disputes without turning up in court?
If you are open to exploring these opportunities, be a part of India’s first fellowship for lawyers, the Daksha Fellowship. This is a one-year full-time program with a novel curriculum developed by internationally renowned faculty, in collaboration with leading legal practitioners and industry experts.
The innovative pedagogy for the program — which includes workshops, labs and boot camps — has been created to equip scholars with cutting edge knowledge, skills and expertise in Technology Law, Law and Regulation and Disputes Resolution.
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