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The Programme of GNLU was contemporary in content and professionally organized and had a well-informed audience who interacted to enrich the deliberations. Prof. Nidhi and her team took care of every aspect of organization and wishing the best for their future programmes.

Prof. (Dr.) V.C. Vivekanandan
Vice-Chancellor, HNLU, Raipur

I want to thank the GNLU selection committee and you, Ms.Singh. Everyone went to great lengths to accommodate me to work between India and the US. Notably, I have received courteous communication and support from everyone. You Ms. Singh are building a great working relationship with me and I look forward to working with the other members of GNLU IPR team. For various personal reasons India is a special place for me. It is exciting to see India building a strong integration of legal, business and public policy infrastructure to advance innovation and promote IPR. I hope to bring my skills to make the GNLU IPR program a valuable contributor to this dynamically changing environment. In this endeavor, I aspire to build on the great academic culture and scholarship at GNLU.

Mr. Girma Wolde Michael
GNLU Microsoft Chair Professor

I was honored to be asked to speak about the Canadian and American perspectives on Intellectual Property Rights in the digital environment at Gujarat National Law University. It is a stunning campus, which no doubt, contributes to the wonderful work and research being done there. It was gratifying to have so many insightful questions after my talk, and the entire visit was full of many interesting and stimulating conversations about the important research being done at the University. I hope to return - perhaps for an extended stay in the future.

Dr. Lisa Macklem
Lecturer at King's University College at Western University Canada

The session was interactive and highly informative. Connecting with highly knowledgeable professionals from different walks of the industry was an insightful experience and provided valuable learning opportunities. Brevity was of the essence as despite being held over a short duration of half a day, the discussion ended with a conclusion, with scope for further deliberations. The event was managed well with attention to detail and as part of the organizing team, I would like to congratulate you for the perfectly executed event.

Ms. Pragya Chaturvedi
Senior Intellectual Property Advisor at British High Commission, New Delhi

The hospitality was fantastic. The way Panel analysed the whole issue dealing with protecting Softwares through Patents was tremendous.

Dr. Sarika Tyagi
Associate Professor (Law), Swami Vivekanand Subharati University

My experience relating to Panel Discussion was great. I got to learn lot many things from the qualitative and intellectual discussion.

Ms. Afreen Almas
Assistant Profesor (Law) Swami Vivekanand Subharati University

Whole event was well organised. Being from engineering background - to know legal perspective relating to software patents was good exposure.

Mr. Tushar Gulroz
Engineer, HCL

It has been lovely working for the GNLU IPR Centre the past year. We have been lucky enough to have had workshops and lectures from incredible resource persons in the field of IPR. The research that the committee takes up is always very insightful and makes us aware of the emerging issues in the field of IPR. Dr. Nidhi Buch and both the research assistants are very cooperative and approachable. I love the kind of work that I get to do in the committee and it is definitely very enriching experience.

Ms. Varnita Singh
Centre Member

Despite having been a part of the centre for less than a year, the impact of the center's activities on my understanding of the subject has been huge. Whether it was conducting case law research, preparing study guides, or attending lectures organised by the centre, each experience has been greatly rewarding.

Ms. Smrithi Bhaskar
Centre Member

The centre for IPR, through various courses, guest lectures and research projects has helped me realize my passion for intellectual property laws by exposing me to something that I would not have ordinarily taken up or been aware of. Working for the centre has led to stimulation of discussion on burning issues that need to be addressed in this relatively niche field of IPR.

Ms. Sakshi Sharma
Centre Member