2405-19/1611/01: NHRC-GNLU National Moot Court Competition, 2019 (26-29 September, 2019)

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Gujarat National Law University (GNLU), in collaboration with the esteemed National Human Rights Commission (NHRC), is proud to announce the organization of the NHRC-GNLU National Moot Court Competition (NHRC-GNLU NMCC), 2019. The Moot Court Competition is scheduled to be held on September 26-29, 2019 at Gujarat National Law University, Gandhinagar.

To further the dissemination of human rights awareness, and inlight of current global issues, the moot proposition for the Competition is based on the theme “Cultural Rights of Local Population and Influx of Illegal Migrants and Refugees”.

The NHRC-GNLU National Moot Court Competition, 2019 shall aim to nurture and hone amongst law students, a better understanding and concern for the protection and promotion of human rights, along with providing them a platform to deliberate before experts in the field, thus improving their advocacy skills. The Winners and Runners-up of the Competition will receive cash prizes of INR 50,000 and INR 25,000 respectively, amongst other prizes.

GNLU and NHRC invite law students from all over India to participate in this one of a kind moot competition.

For any queries and clarifications, please contact Ms. Anushka Sinha at +91 8141207125.

0705-19/1354/01: PUBLIC NOTICE: Withdrawal of Advertisement issued vide Reference No.: GNLU-RP-02/2019

2204-19/1445/02: Law and Business of Entertainment – 2019 Oscar Best Documentary Short Subject 2019 Winner to lead Law Seminar at GNLU

GNLU Centre for Sports and Entertainment Law (GCSEL) in collaboration with Gujarat Iconic Film Awards (GIFA) is organizing a One Day Symposium on Law & Business of Entertainment for Gujarat Film and Music Industry on 24th April, 2019 at the University.  This symposium provides an overview of the legal framework and strategy involved in the creation, protection, distribution, and value creation in films and music. It includes technical sessions on intellectual property law and strategy, entertainment contracts, licensing and distribution of content, disputes and dispute resolution, promotion and marketing issues, the impact of cinema on social development, artist perspective in various disputes, etc.  

The event will be graced by Ms. Guneet Monga, Film Producer and BAFTA nominee and founder of Sikhya Entertainment. Ms. Monga produced "Period. End of Sentence." which won the 2019 Academy Award for Best Documentary Short Subject. The guest of Honor will be Mr. Abhishek Jain, Film director and producer. Mr. Jain produced National Award Winning Gujarati film Wrong Side Raju. He will be joined by Mr. Hetal Thakar, President, Gujarat Iconic Film Awards and Mr. Vandan Shah, Distributor and Owner, Rupam Cinema. Other distinguished speakers include Mr. Arvind Vegda, Gujarati Singer and Musician, Ms. Sulekha Singh from Team "Period. End of Sentence.", Mr. Sanjeeth Hegde, Senior Partner, BananaIP Counsels, Filmmaker Mr. Manish Saini and Ms. Aditi Thakor a renowned director, writer and composer of Gujarati Films and Music Industry.

For further information please contact GCSEL at tsingh@gnlu.ac.in

2204-19/1432/01: Call for Papers: GNLU Student Law Review (GSLR) (Inaugural Issue) (Last Date of Submission: 08 June, 2019)

1804-19/1340/01: Notification for Admission Under NRI/FN Categories (LL.B. & LL.M Programmes)

0804-19/0754/01: Dialogue in the Dark: 'See' the World of the Visually Impaired

We are pleased to inform you that the GNLU Committee for Persons with Disabilities (Divyangjan), in collaboration with GNLU Centre for Law and Society is organising Dialogue in the Dark: ‘See’ the World of the Visually Impaired on Monday, April 8, 2019, at Vitan-II as per the undermentioned schedule: 

Guest Lecture by Mr. Amar Jain, a corporate lawyer at Cyril Amarchand Mangaldas, Mumbai. Amar will provide crucial insights on accessibility and inclusivity in law firms and share his experience as one of the first Indian lawyers to have made to a Tier I law firm with visual impairment (3:30 – 4:30 PM). 

‘Dialogue in the Dark’ is to immerse you in the world of the blindness and let you explore the dark without using the sense of sight. The major highlight of this activity is experiencing darkness all around in an entertaining way, eating in the dark and coming out with a sensitizing takeaway  (4:30 – 5:30 PM).