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Engagement of Law Researchers in IPD division of Delhi High Court Click to view
Call for Paper, E-Magazine IP BULLETIN, Vol-3, Issue-2, Half Yearly (June-December) 2022. Click to view
Call for Paper, E- Journal of Academic Innovations and Research in Intellectual Property Assets (E-JAIRIPA),Vol-3, Issue-2, Half Yearly (June-December) 2022. Click to view
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INTERNSHIP NOTICE FROM CIRF 22.11.2022. Click to view
All the faculty members and supervisors are hereby notified that the evaluation cum presentation of research proposal / synopsis will be held on 3rd and 4th December 2022 from 09:00 am to 05:00 pm, on both days…. Click to view
All the Ph.d. research scholar are hereby notified that the evaluation cum presentation of research proposal / synopsis will be held on 3rd and 4th December 2022 from 09:00 am to 05:00 pm, on both days…. Click to view
Last date of submission of application for Doctoral programs (Ph.D., D.Phil., and LL.D.) is extended up to 15.12.2022. Click to view
List of students who are not eligible for End Semester Examination November, 2022 Click to view.
Call for Application from Law Graduates / Post Graduates by Dept. of Prohibition, Excise & Registration, Govt. of Bihar for the Post of Legal Consultant Click to view
Date : 14/10/2022 Call for Application from Softnut for the post of Head of Investment and Compliance Click to view
Date : 12/09/2022-Call for application from Election Commission of India for Legal researcher. Click to view
Ph.D. Application Form for 2022-23. Click to view.
SYLLABUS FOR Ph.D. ENTRANCE TEST 2022-23. Click to view.
Ph.D.Notification for Entrance Test 2022-23 Click to view.
Workshop on Creation, Protection & Commercialization of IPR on 16th September 2022 Click for Registration
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The Chanakya Centre for Alternative Dispute Resolution (CCADR) CNLU is inviting well-researched submissions for its blog by way of a Call for Blogs. | Submit by 30th September, 2022. Please visit notice section of CCADR.
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Applications are invited from BA.LL.B & BBA LL.B. (Hons.) students as well as LL.M. students for Journal committee, Project Research committee, Book editing committee, Magazine Committee, for the Journals of the CIRF and developmental research. Each committee requires five students. The interested students may send their application with resume by 15th September 2022 on email: firstname.lastname@example.org. It will follow interview on 17th September at 4:00 PM. For selection.
Ph.D Course Work Dissertation Result 2021-22. Click to view
Extension Notice for the Post of Legal Consultant dated 30/08/2022. Click to view
Placement Notice Click to view.
Repeat End Semester Examination Results of LL.M. & UG Published Click to view
CLAT 2022 Click here for more details.
How does this course relate to the programme curriculum: Does it develop on a prior course in the programme or is it a foundational or standalone course?
In a way this course may be treated as Standalone, because mainstream legal pedagogy scarcely touches the theme of physical and mental Disability and seldom engages with interface of Law and Disability. Even if there are some scant references to disability, they are more or less in an exclusionary plane to demean and depersonalise persons with disabilities. E.g., the notion of unsound mind, physical incapacity etc.
Describe how you have approached the course. What have you included/excluded and why? Choice of materials: primary or secondary readings / case law;
I have designed this course invoking analytical and descriptive methodology, i.e. a) to describe Ableism and deal with its interface with Law. b) to critically analyse this interface in light of Indian Legal order and c) to examine the transformative role of judiciary in the emancipation of Persons with disabilities. Besides, to break the ice with the students and to inform and sensitize their consciousness to this relatively evolving area. I would spend around three weeks (approx. 12 hours) to expose students to the fundamentals of disability studies, i.e. definition of disability, models of disability, and international human rights standards on disability. Students will be also engaged to sensitize Legal theory from Perspective of Disability and encouraged to question the Monolithic model of Law, the extravagant focus of law on Ableism and Non-disablement as a Norm
/ benchmark on par with Feminism. Focus of the course will be on evolving innovative legal strategies to combat stereotypes and inequalities and to emphasize on creation of rights enabling conditions and environment. For this purpose students would be appraised with prominent Principles, standards and doctrines of this domain, viz. Principle of Reasonable accommodation, accessibility, universal design and legal capacity , Nurturing disability as part of humanity and problematizing binary of sameness and difference.
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