IILM Law School Gurugram organises online faculty development programme

The programme aims to provide the participants a platform where they can acquire knowledge about contemporary and interdisciplinary developments that are taking place in various specialized fields of law.
IILM Law School, Gurugram
IILM Law School, Gurugram

IILM Law School is a Research-Oriented Institution providing global legal education providing five year Integrated BA LLB (Honours) and BBA LLB (Honours), 1-Year LLM and Ph. D (Law). The Institution has tie-ups with international law universities, reputed NGOs, Corporate Houses and Law Firms to give an extensive exposure to our students.

The school has recognition from the Bar Council of India & the University Grants Commission. Located in the heart of Gurugram, it was established in the year 2019 and is presently working under the leadership of our Chancellor Dr. SY Qureshi (Former Chief Election Commissioner of India), Pro Chancellor Prof. (Dr.) Ranbir Singh (founder & former Vice-Chancellor NALSAR Hyderabad & National Law University Delhi), Vice-Chancellor Prof. (Dr.) Sujata Shahi and Dean Prof.(Dr.) Asha Verma.

About the FDP

The legal profession is dynamic in nature and it is not what it was a decade ago. Interdisciplinary study allows for synthesis of ideas and characteristics from many disciplines. This interplay of various disciplines plays an important role in the field of law and legal research. Thus, legal profession can't operate in isolation.

IILM Law School, Gurugram is organizing One Week Multi-Disciplinary Faculty Development Program (FDP) on The Multi-Dimensions of Justice: Law & Beyond from 18th July -23rd July 2022 (Online) which aims to provide the participants a platform where they can acquire knowledge about contemporary and interdisciplinary developments that are taking place in various specialized fields of law.

The FDP focuses to strengthen our understanding on how law connects with different disciplines. The FDP will be an interactive and inclusive programme and will shed light on existing and upcoming cross-curriculum areas. This Faculty Development Programme is being organized with a two-fold objective: to align law with other fields so as to enhance the area and scope of knowledge and widen the areas of interdisciplinary research. The broad sub themes that will be covered during the FDP are:

· Law and Psychology

· Feminist Jurisprudence

· Law and Economics

· Law and Digital Technologies: Piracy and Cyber Spaces

· Law, Environment and Development

· Aligning Corporate Laws with Sustainable Development Goals

· Media and Human Rights

· Hate Speech & The Constitutional Paradigm

· Women and Criminal Law

· Rule of Law and Good governance

· Impact of National Education Policy on Legal Education

· Law and Literature

· Sports Law

Who can participate

The FDP has been specifically designed for early career professionals, academicians, research scholars, doctoral candidates and practitioners who may be teaching or conducting research in multi-disciplinary areas of law.

Certificate of Participation

Certificates shall be dispatched to all the attendees on completion of the FDP within 20 working days. Minimum 90% attendance has to be observed to become eligible for certificate

Registration Fee - ₹500.

Steps for Registration

Participants will have to fill the Google form with all the required details and payment receipt. After the successful registration and payment, the participants will receive a final mail of confirmation and an invitation letter. Please send a scanned copy of the payment receipt. The link to join the group will be provided to the participants after the final confirmation mail.

Last Date for Registration - 15 July, 2022

Late application will not be accepted.

Link for registration here.

Link for registration fee here.

For further FDP related queries, contact the convenors: Udiksha Chhikara, Amanpriya Singh

Email: fdpiilmgurugram@gmail.com.

Call & WhatsApp: +91 9811506052, +91 9911817946

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