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ONE DAY WORKSHOP ON TEACHING LAW BEYOND GOOGLE

On 20th April 2024, NUJS conducted a one-day workshop on Teaching Law Beyond Google. The workshop started with the Chairman of NUJS IQAC, Prof. Dr. Sandeepa Bhat, highlighting that with everything now just a Google search away, teachers must go ‘beyond’ Google to maintain our relevance in the classroom. Following the felicitation of our revered… Continue reading ONE DAY WORKSHOP ON TEACHING LAW BEYOND GOOGLE

ELSA International Negotiation Competition

We are  proud to report that the team representing West Bengal National University of Juridical Sciences, Kolkata comprising of Arima Kaushal and Dhruv Maheshwari  from the Batch of 2027 have emerged as the finalists and have secured the runners up position in the ELSA International Negotiation Competition organized by the Maynooth University, Ireland. The team… Continue reading ELSA International Negotiation Competition

The 22nd John H. Jackson moot court competition

March 4th – 7th 2024 saw the West Bengal National University of Juridical Sciences (NUJS) successfully host the West and South Asia Regional Rounds of the 22nd edition of the esteemed John H. Jackson Moot Court Competition for the second consecutive year. It was the unwavering support of the European Law Students’ Association (ELSA) and… Continue reading The 22nd John H. Jackson moot court competition

Report of Legal Awareness Camp

LEGAL AWARENESS CAMP Organized by Pro Bono Club, WBNUJS Kolkata Date: March 24, 2024 Location: Dum Dum, Kolkata Topic: Transgender Persons and their Rights PRIMARY PURPOSE BEHIND THE LEGAL AID DRIVE The legal awareness drive was by the Pro-Bono Club of WBNUJS in collaboration with Kolkata Anandam for Equality and Justice (KAEJ) who facilitated the… Continue reading Report of Legal Awareness Camp

Special Interactive Lecture on Practical Aspects of Arbitration for 4th Year Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) Students

The West Bengal National University of Juridical Sciences offers a compulsory course on Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) to the fourth-year students. In furtherance of the same, Mr. Anirudh Krishan Gandhi, Partner Designate, Saraf and Partners, New Delhi, was invited to interact with the students and discuss nuances of the practice of arbitration. To briefly introduce… Continue reading Special Interactive Lecture on Practical Aspects of Arbitration for 4th Year Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) Students

Report of the International Conference on ‘Aerodrome Requirements: Legal and Developmental Perspectives’. The Centre for Aviation and Space Laws, NUJS

On 30 March 2024 the Centre of Aviation and Space Laws (CASL) hosted the International Conference on ‘Aerodrome Requirements: Legal and Developmental Perspectives’ at NUJS Campus. This International Conference was convened to address the crucial aspects of aerodrome development, focusing on legal frameworks and developmental strategies. The conference brought together experts, policymakers, practitioners, eminent academicians… Continue reading Report of the International Conference on ‘Aerodrome Requirements: Legal and Developmental Perspectives’. The Centre for Aviation and Space Laws, NUJS

Hackathon on Geographical Indication and Related TK& TCEs

The Hackathon on GI and related TK & TCEs was jointly organized by the DPIIT IPR Chair of WBNUJS and Centre for DIKW Excellence: Advanced Data & IPR Research and Outreach Wing, WBNUS. It was also supported by the Department for Promotion of Industrial and Internal Trade (DPIIT), Ministry of Commerce and Industry, India. The… Continue reading Hackathon on Geographical Indication and Related TK& TCEs

Guest Lecture By Prof. Rashmi Raman “Why International Courts Struggle To Make Decisive Pronouncements On Genocide?”

On 14th March 2024, The International Office, WBNUJS, in Collaboration with The Centre for International Law and Diplomacy, organized a thought-provoking guest lecture by Prof. Rashmi Raman on the topic – “Why International Courts Struggle to Make Decisive Pronouncements on Genocide?”. Prof. Rashmi Raman is a visiting Research Fellow at the Centre for International Law… Continue reading Guest Lecture By Prof. Rashmi Raman “Why International Courts Struggle To Make Decisive Pronouncements On Genocide?”

Report on Legal Aid Workshop at Sheoraphuli conducted by Pro Bono Club, WBNUJS, Kolkata

On the 17th of March 2024, the Pro Bono Club (PBC) at NUJS in collaboration Kolkata Anandam for Equality and Justice (KAEJ) organised a legal awareness camp at Sheoraphuli. The camp was organised for legal awreness of the sex working community in Sheoraphuli. KAEJ has been working at the grassroot level with the community for… Continue reading Report on Legal Aid Workshop at Sheoraphuli conducted by Pro Bono Club, WBNUJS, Kolkata

Introductory Workshop on Rights of Nature by Ms. Lauren Tarr

The Global Alliance for the Rights of Nature (GARN) Asia-Pacific Hub and Youth Hub in association with NUJS Legal Aid Society organised its first offline session since the reopening of the University for the 2024 winter semester. The session was organized on 08/02/2024 and consisted of an intimate conversation with Lauren Tarr, executive committee head… Continue reading Introductory Workshop on Rights of Nature by Ms. Lauren Tarr