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Private Equity Investments in India
Duration: 6 weeks
Next Batch: 1 November 2020  

Understand the fund formation & the deal-flow process step by step. Learn the relevant Indian laws, market practices & trends, and the commercials surrounding PE investments.                       

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Finance for Legal Professionals
Duration: 4 weeks
Next Batch: 10 October 2020 

Being commercially savvy is no longer considered to be a unique competency but an essential requirement for every lawyer. Start this learning at an early stage.

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Commercial Contracts in India
Duration: 4 weeks
Next Batch: 3 October 2020

The basic purpose of contract law is to provide a framework within which persons can freely contract. Learn the nuances of different commercial contracts.                                  

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Sports Law in India
Duration : 4 weeks
Next Batch : 10 October 2020

Sports worldwide has been in the midst of a lot of controversies. This course has been designed to provide participants the basic contours of sports law in India.

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Draft Provisions for RPWD Act, 2016

The Draft Provisions for RPWD Act, 2016 – Its Introduction, Rollback and Theorizing The Scenarios Of Its Enforcement

Recently, the Department for Empowerment for Persons with Disabilities of Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment dispatched invites for recommendation to seven select organisations, in pursuance of their feedback regarding

A CLOSER LOOK: RIGHTS OF PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES ACT, 2016

A CLOSER LOOK: RIGHTS OF PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES ACT, 2016

“I have not been handicapped by my condition. I am physically challenged and differently able.” – Janet Barnes – recognised as the longest living quadriplegic incomplete (Guinness World Records) Introduction According to the United

DELAWARE – A DREAMLAND FOR CORPORATES?

DELAWARE – A DREAMLAND FOR CORPORATES?

IntroductionWhat do Walmart, Amazon, CVS health, Berkshire Hathaway, Coca Cola, and Ford Motors, and the other 60 % Fortune 500 companies have in common? State of Incorporation – Delaware, United States of

India’s Manual Scavenging Problem

India’s Manual Scavenging Problem

The Scheduled Tribes (ST) of India is an umbrella term officially designated in the Constitution to refer to the variety of tribal communities inhabiting India. The Scheduled Tribes are one

RIGHTS OF SCHEDULED TRIBES IN INDIA

RIGHTS OF SCHEDULED TRIBES IN INDIA

The Scheduled Tribes (ST) of India is an umbrella term officially designated in the Constitution to refer to the variety of tribal communities inhabiting India. The Scheduled Tribes are one

INCARCERATION DUE TO DEBT: A STUDY OF BONDED LABOUR IN INDIA

INCARCERATION DUE TO DEBT: A STUDY OF BONDED LABOUR IN INDIA

“If slavery is not wrong, nothing is wrong” – Abraham Lincoln INTRODUCTION   Bonded Labour is a socio-economic practice. As per the definition provided under Section 2(e) of the Bonded Labour System (Abolition) Act, 1976, bonded

Victim Stigmatisation in Restorative Justice

Victim Stigmatisation in Restorative Justice

“every justice brings injustice” The idea about justice is so divergent that any attempt to design a universal remedy within the traditional way of justice would be a perfect dissonance.

Structural Realities of How Justice is Denied

Structural Realities of How Justice is Denied

The criminal justice system is a system which affects every individual of the country, irrespective of nationality, sex and religion, whether or not we have come in contact with it.

ANTI-TORTURE LAW – AN EXIGENCY IN INDIA

ANTI-TORTURE LAW – AN EXIGENCY IN INDIA

“Torture is wound in the soul so painful that sometimes you can almost touch it, but it is also so intangible that there is no way to heal it.”- Adriana P.

Police Brutality in India- Accountability?

Police Brutality in India- Accountability?

The debate and outrage over the recent police brutality incident in the United States has significantly broken the internet and has captured the attention of people all around the world.

EU-US PRIVACY SHIELD HELD INVALID: EU’S TOUGH STANCE TO PROTECT PERSONAL DATA OF ITS CITIZENS

EU-US PRIVACY SHIELD HELD INVALID: EU’S TOUGH STAND

The Court of Justice of the European Union (“CJEU”) has invalidated the EU-US Privacy Shield in its judgment delivered on 16th July, 2020 (“Schrems II case”). It held that the

Consumer Protection Act 2019: A Potential Game

Consumer Protection Act 2019: A Potential Game-Changer for Consumers?

As per the notification dated 15 July 2020, the Consumer Protection Act 2019 (“CPA 19”) came into force with effect from 20 July 2020. Most of the provisions came into force from 20

Role of Media Human Rights

ROLE OF MEDIA IN HUMAN RIGHTS – PART II

“The Media should be guided in a way to prevent further violation of human rights”[1] Careful people, Bengali women are known for black magic. They will entice your man with

ROLE OF MEDIA IN HUMAN RIGHTS

ROLE OF MEDIA IN HUMAN RIGHTS – PART I

“Whereas recognition of the inherent dignity and of the equal and inalienable rights of all members of the human family is the foundation of freedom, justice and peace in the

STOP EXTRAJUDICIAL KILLINGS

STOP EXTRAJUDICIAL KILLINGS

The recent death of Vikas Dubey in a police encounter was widely seen as sensational and highly controversial. Yet, this isn’t the first time that India has witnessed such a

Human Rights

INTRODUCTION TO HUMAN RIGHTS

“Recognition of the inherent dignity and of the equal and inalienable rights of all members of the human family is the foundation of freedom, justice and peace in the world.” 

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