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.
Team comprising of Varada Jhagirdar (Batch 2017), Sanjhi AgarwalRead More
Aadesh Shinde (Batch 2016) has been adjudged as theRead More
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Seminar on International Intellectual Property Regime held at theRead More
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.
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.
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
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Every year thousands of students appear for law entrance exams to secure their seats at some of the best law colleges of the country. Out of these thousands of students, few hundreds successfully crack the
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Digitisation is the future. Artificial intelligence and data-backed computing will take over all the jobs.” Statements such as these have started gaining traction amongst technological evangelists and future thought leaders in the past couple of
Author Dr. Purvi Pokhariyal Director and DeanRead More
Artificial intelligence (AI) is making a difference to how legal work is done, but it isn’t the threat it is made out to be. AI is making impressive progress and shaking up things all over
Author Dr. Purvi Pokhariyal, Director and Dean.Read More
The research study of Diaspora has emerged as a vital and variegated area of multidisciplinary knowledge in recent decade. The word ‘Diaspora’ in Greek means dispersed or scattered community. This meaning needs a deep understanding
Author Dr Virendra SinghRead More
The participation of people is highly required for effective resource management in any country. Community can play very vital role in resource management. It is an integral part of the sustainable resource management. The strict
Author Dr. Madhuri ParikhRead More
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 StudentRead More
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.Read More
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 IndiaRead More
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
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