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Reinventing Legal Education


Institute of Law has an unmatched array of courses and academic offerings. Students have an opportunity to pursue a broad curriculum using rich educational resources in a dynamic and creative learning environment of Justice Education. The curriculum is constantly revised according to the changing legal and other environmental developments. All our initiatives are a living proof of our commitment to every student’s success in their career.

The institute prepares the inquisitive minds and sharpens their visions in multifarious methods of a robustly designed pedagogy on Justice Education which is a perfect blend of Law, Commerce, Humanities and Social Science.


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The campus has an ambience that motivates students to grow. The Institute building, which is centrally air conditioned, has several amphitheatres, smart classroom, an auditorium with the capacity of 210 seats, computer centre, a communication lab, a fully automated library, an art gallery, faculty and administrative blocks, conference rooms, and other facilities.

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Established in the year 2003, the Nirma University, Ahmedabad is a research-oriented, student-centric, multidisciplinary, not-for-profit state private university. Within a short period of its existence, it has emerged as a nationally renowned higher education institution. The University and its constituent institutes are highly ranked by different ranking agencies.

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Redefining And Reinventing Legal Education Through Transformative Pedagogy
Redefining And Reinventing Legal Education Through Transformative Pedagogy

The discussion about how to teach law students and develop their competencies often omits one of the biggest components of legal education i.e. the best way to train students to be lifelong learners. The law

Author Prof. Purvi Pokhariyal, Director and Dean, Institute of Law, Nirma University

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Difference between Trial Court Advocacy And Appellate Court Advocacy
Difference between Trial Court Advocacy And Appellate Court Advocacy

Those, who are aspiring for Litigation, always want to know: what is the difference between practicing at the Trial Courts and practicing at the Appellate Courts. Besides, which would be better? I have tried to

Author Mr Kashyap Joshi, Advocate Gujarat High Court, Visiting Faculty at Institute of Law, Nirma University, Ahmedabad

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Don’t be disheartened: Litigation could be a good career option
Don’t be disheartened: Litigation could be a good career option

Due to lockdown, the ghost of uncertainty is dancing on our head and aspirants of legal study – prospective law students are under the era of dubitation, as CLAT is yet to be held. However,

Author Mr Kashyap Joshi, Advocate Gujarat High Court, Visiting Faculty at Institute of Law, Nirma University, Ahmedabad

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Time to introspect on 60 years of Gujarat High Court
Time to introspect on 60 years of Gujarat High Court

Recently on 1st May 2020, the High Court of Gujarat has celebrated 60 years of its existence by way of Diamond Jubilee with full court reference through video conferencing only. This High Court is having

Author Mr Kashyap Joshi, Advocate, Gujarat High Court and Visiting Faculty at Institute of Law, Nirma University, Ahmedabad

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The New Normal Teaching and Learning Experience
The New Normal Teaching and Learning Experience

“Teachers need to integrate technology seamlessly into the curriculum instead of viewing it as an add-on, an afterthought, or an event.” – H. Hayes Jacobs In the past few weeks, all our lives have changed

Author Ms Gunjan Arora

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Interplay of Mooting and Advocacy in India
Interplay of Mooting and Advocacy in India

In any law school, amidst a plethora of co-curricular activities, mooting remains to be a quintessential activity, and is closely associated with honing advocacy skills of the students and shaping them into profession ready individuals.

Author Mr Alaukik Shrivastava / Ms. Ayushi Mukherjee

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Life at the Institute – An Invaluable Experience
Life at the Institute – An Invaluable Experience

The Institute of Law, Nirma University, is probably the best place for a law aspirant. To begin with, Nirma University offers a sprawling lush green 115-acre campus, which enticed me immediately. Being an alumnus of

Author Ms Priyanka Taktawala

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Developing Possibilities of Legal Industry across the Globe and Response of Indian Legal Education to It
Developing Possibilities of Legal Industry across the Globe and Response of Indian Legal Education to It

With increasing globalization the dealings amongst different legal systems have inevitably increased and thus the legal industry has evolved by leaps and bounds. It is no more sufficient for a domestic lawyer to know the

Author Ms Aditi Vyas

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Justice: A Misconstrued Notion
Justice: A Misconstrued Notion

14th Century French Proverb “Little thieves are hanged but great ones escape” is of utmost relevance when juxtaposed with the prevailing notion of justice. Like every coin or bipolar object, justice has two facades wherein

Author Lokesh Vyas, IIIrd Year Student

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Data Privacy Protection in India – Technology vis-à-vis Law
Data Privacy Protection in India – Technology vis-à-vis Law

With the advent of various types of technology and availability of such technology at lesser cost, every human being around the world has fallen trap to use technology in day-to-day life. From ordering food online

Author Alkananda Duggirala, Legal Manager-Reliance Jio Infocomm Ltd.

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Law, Life and the space between
Law, Life and the space between

Coming from a generation and background that was largely hit by the charm depicted in the courtrooms on televisions, I was always fascinated to have a lawyer’s way of life. The said idea always followed

Author Anchit Bhandari, Advocate, Supreme Court of India

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Mrs. Kanika Goel v. State Of Delhi Through S.H.O. & Anr.
Mrs. Kanika Goel v. State Of Delhi Through S.H.O. & Anr.

Mrs. Kanika Goel v. State Of Delhi Through S.H.O. & Anr. CRIMINAL APPEAL NOS. 635-640 OF 2018 Facts A writ of Habeas Corpus was filed by respondent in High Court for production of his minor

Author Shinjani Agnihotri

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