Institute of Law, Nirma University is organising International Symposium in association with South Asia Network for Justice Education (SANJE) on 8th and 9th February 2021.

Law education largely focuses on legal market trends and providing services in which community needs of justice is often undermined in the legal education process. Looking at the present scenario of access to justice resources in India, the need is felt to create a cadre of lawyers who act as justice professionals. This requires thorough grounding and grooming of young promising law students during the course of their law education. We attempt to build a team of law clinicians and multidisciplinary professors along with justice educationists who help law students to develop diverse perspectives on the justice needs of the community. This requires organised efforts through a network of justice educators who can deliberate design, develop and deploy innovative strategies and transformative pedagogies. In this regard, the problem is not just the absence of justice education, but more fundamentally it is the absence of important information, including techniques, examples, support, and even guidance, that could encourage attempts to bring about justice education. Bringing about justice education requires a massive change from traditional ways of teaching.

The Symposium focuses on empowering all like-minded law teachers, legal aid professionals, and paralegal, teachers from other allied disciplines, and build the community of clinicians who design and engage budding justice professionals through innovative pedagogy for a just and sustainable society.


Date – 8 February 2021

Time- 7: 30 PM – 9:00 PM

Theme: Educating future lawyers for a just & sustainable society, Promoting social justice through performing arts

Moderator: Prof. (Dr.) Varsha Ganguly, Professor, Institute of Law, Nirma University, Ahmedabad.

Resource Persons:

  • Prof. (Dr.) Srikrishna Deva Rao, Vice-Chancellor, National Law University, Delhi.

  • Prof. (Dr.) Lisa Radtke Bliss, Associate Dean, Experiential Education and Clinical Programs, Georgia State University, Georgia.

  • Prof. (Dr.) Catherine F. Klein, Director, Columbus Community Legal Services Catholic University, Washington DC.

  • Prof. (Dr.) Sarasu Esther Thomas, Registrar, and Professor of Law, National Law School of India University, Bengaluru.

Date: 9 February 2021

Time: 7: 30 PM – 9:00 PM

Theme: Clinical legal education – Best practice standards and interdisciplinary model, Education 4.0 justice initiatives, Quality assessment tools,

Moderator: Prof. (Dr.) Purvi Pokhariyal, Dean & Director, Institute of Law, Nirma University, Ahmedabad.

Resource Persons

  • Prof. (Dr.) Susan L. Brooks, Associate Dean, Experiential Learning & Clinical Professor, School of Law, Drexel University.

  • Prof. (Dr.) Asha Bajpai, Former Professor and Visiting Faculty at the Tata Institute of Social Sciences, and Institute of Law, Nirma University.

  • Prof. (Dr.) M R K Prasad, Professor of Law, V.M. Salgaocar College of Law, University of Panaji, Goa.

  • Prof. Abhayraj Naik, Advisor, Consultant and Researcher based in Bengaluru; Visiting Faculty at Azim Premji University, Bengaluru.

Who can register: Academicians, Research scholars, LL.M. students, any PG student studying Law, Education, Arts, Fine Arts, Management, Social Sciences and Humanities, Social Work, and any relevant faculty.

Registration Link: HERE 

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