Unitedworld School of Law is a constituent school of Karnavati University, Gandhinagar, Gujarat. The school is duly recognized by the Bar Council of India and is imparting high quality legal education in the state of Gujarat for more than half a decade. UWSL offers interdisciplinary law program, BB.A. LL.B. (Hons.) with specializations in IPR, Business Law, Criminal Law, International Law, LL.M. as well as doctoral programs. UWSL in a short span of its existence has adopted diverse strategies to create a lively pedagogic environment. Most important among them is inculcation of critical interdisciplinary research aptitude among the faculty and students.
Vision: To be a preferred centre of excellence in legal education committed to develop legal professionals who possess moral conviction, social compassion and professional competence, and view the practice of law as a calling to serve others and to create a more just society.
To prepare legal professionals who will be ready to serve their clients and their communities with unwavering integrity and will realize justice through the rule of law.
To provide students with sills to create a professional identity and the skills to work with people from diverse backgrounds and ready for the challenges of an ever changing profession.
To evolve and impart comprehensive and interdisciplinary legal education that is socially relevant
To increase legal awareness in the community and further the cause of social justice by providing legal aid to the underprivileged sections of the society.
Centre Director: Dr. Ramdhass Perumal, Assistant Professor of Law, Unitedworld School of Law, Karnavati University.
Co-Director: Ms. Aaratrika Pandey, Assistant Professor of Law, Unitedworld School of Law, Karnavati University.
ABOUT THE CENTRE:
The Centre for Research on Human Rights (CRHR), UWSL is a specialized Centre, established by Unitedworld School of Law, Karnavati University, to stimulate discussions on the concept of human rights and how the law can be used in the service of human rights. Since independence, India has made significant efforts to strengthen the constitutional, legal and institutional framework to protect and promote human rights. This work has been supported by an active and sensitive judiciary, which has safeguarded and strengthened existing civil and political rights as well as meaningfully expanded the notion of rights to including basic economic and social entitlements. Notwithstanding the progress made, human rights violations continue to be reported demonstrating the shortfalls in the existing system. This scenario underscores the need for continued efforts to develop a culture of human rights accompanied by legal initiatives upholding human rights. Therefore, the Centre willwork to connect the knowledge in socio-legaland cultural realms that impede the achievement of higher human rights compliance.
The Centre for Research on Human Rights (CRHR), UWSL intends to preserves humanity by creating awareness, sensitization, research, deliberations, and policy intervention and thereby addressing the existing socio-legal gaps.
The mission of the Centre is to institutionalize human rights in civil society within the national and international context through active participation with civil society and state to realize the ultimate aim towards dignity, respect, protection and development of every human being.
AIMS AND OBJECTIVES:
This Centre strives to understand and keep up with the ever-evolving field of Human Rights better every day to make the global society in general and Indian society in particular, truly sensitive for human rights of people, irrespective of their caste, class, religion, gender, ethnicity, or place of origin.The Centre concentrates on conceptualizing various phenomena, laws, policies and processes address or lead to violation of human rights contextualizing violence and discrimination, in specific as human rights violation. The focus of the Centre is to understand the nature, dynamics and various angularities of human rights violations at both, theoretical and empirical levels with holistic perspective of policy analysis and implications. The concern of the Centre is also to generate database through intensive researches, especially the marginalized communities.
We further aim to initiate collaboration, regional, national and internationallevel to preserve Human Rightsand to create awareness in the present society.
The type of intellectual activities that the Centre is engaged to-
The Centre for Research on Human Rights (CRHR), UWSL tries to analyze and address the prevalent issues relating to the Human Rights Law. The cutting-edge research and scholarly publications in reputed national and international journals shall give due recognition to the Centre.
Centre Director: Mr. Shrut Brahmbhatt, Assistant Professor of Law, Unitedworld School of Law, Karnavati University.
Co-Director: Ms. Priyanka Taktawala, Assistant Professor of Law, Unitedworld School of Law, Karnavati University.
ABOUT THE CENTRE
Modern technology driven era has been witnessing enormous growth of literary and artistic works in the society. The multidimensional approach as well as the flamboyant identity of Intellectual Properties in the Industrial Sectors is gaining its importance due to the vibrancy and dominance of the commercial world today. Although Intellectual Property Protection has taken up great role contemporarily, its execution and sensitization amongst society is yet to be achieved. UWSL Centre for Research on Intellectual Property Rights (CRIPR), deliberates essentialness of intellectual property through various academic and extension activities and scholarly discussions made thereby.
UWSL Centre for Research on Intellectual Property Rights (CRIPR), aims at contributing to Intellectual Property regime through research, deliberations, sensitization, policy intervention and thereby addressing the existing lacunas of Intellectual Property legislations.
The mission of the UWSL Centre for Research on Intellectual Property Rights (CRIPR), is to promote research and study of Intellectual Property from national as well as international perspectives. Centre shall encourage students towards policy oriented study and research of issues impacting Intellectual Property Protection in the context of emerging national and international trends.
AIMS & OBJECTIVES
The aims and objectives of the Centre are to provide platform for inputs in IPR at national, regional and international level, to conduct seminars on inter-disciplinary issues on IPR, to provide knowledge on social, ethical, legal and economic aspects of IPR, to support organizations in international negotiations before WTO and UN, WIPO, to provide support for discussion and research in the field of IP to students and to undertake research to recommend improvements in various laws and international conventions, to plan activities in the field of IPR, in collaboration with national and international organizations, to collaborate with world class organizations across the world in organizing Certificate Course, Seminars and Conferences, to establish Karnavati University as a nodal agency for research and training in the field of Intellectual Property Rights and to provide academic research of doctrinal and empirical in the field of IPR.
UWSL Centre for Research on Intellectual Property Rights (CRIPR), aims at analyzing and addressing the prevalent issues on protection of Intellectual Property Rights through expansion of visibility and recognition of the centre, primarily by publications in professional, international journals, and also through different academic events and policy work.
One Day Workshop on ‘Intellectual Property Rights’ organised by Unitedworld School of Law, Karnavati University jointly with Government of India – DPIIT IPR Chair, Gujarat National Law University in collaboration with Cell for IPR Promotion and Management (CIPAM) in Hybrid mode
February 10, 2022
Virtual IP Awareness Week organised by Unitedworld School of Law, Karnavati University.
June 28th to July 03rd, 2021
Centre Director: Dr. Aseem Chandra Paliwal, Associate Professor of Law, Unitedworld School of Law, Karnavati University.
Co-Director: Ms. Tanya Pandey, Assistant Professor of Law, Unitedworld School of Law, Karnavati University.
ABOUT THE CENTRE :
The Centre for Research on Environmental Studies (CRES), established by UWSL, Karnavati University is to create and promote environmental sensitivity among the students, society, and other diverse stakeholders. It also encourages research in the field of environment to bridge the gap between the law, policy, and its implementation in society and tries to achieve the social justice by encouraging protection of the right to environment. The Centre also emphasizes on spreading awareness among the people about their fundamental duty to protect and conserve the environment.
UWSL Centre for Research on Environmental Studies (CRES), aims at contributing to a just, sustainable, diverse, flourishing ecosystem where individuals and organizations, whether government, private, or public, make decisions as per the principles rooted in environmental ethics.
UWSL Centre for Research on Environmental Studies (CRES), aims to create environmental sensitivity among the students, society and different stakeholders. It aims to promote and encourage research in the field of environment to bridge the gap between the law, policy and their implementation in society, to achieve the social justice by encouraging protection of the right to environment. The Centre aims to pave the approach of the students interested in protecting and conserving the environment, and to expand their expertise in Environmental law and policy domains.
AIMS AND OBJECTIVES OF THE CENTRE
The fundamental objective of the Centre is to promote legal education and research in the field of environmental law. The Centre shall be taking up projects which will herald the confluence of academic and expert insights on environmental issues pertinent to the contemporary times. The Centre aims at supporting academic and policy oriented dialogues in the areas of environmental law.
The type of intellectual activities that the Centre is engaged to-
UWSL Centre for Research on Environmental Studies (CRES), has adopted a diversified approach to its work and the Centre aims to achieve the objectives through R.A.E.T. approach which are as follows:
Centre Director: Dr. Arun Kumar Singh, Associate Professor of Law, Unitedworld School of Law, Karnavati University.
Co-Director: Mr. Abhijit Anand, Assistant Professor of Law, Unitedworld School of Law, Karnavati University.
ABOUT THE CENTRE
The Centre for Research on Criminal Law (CRCL), UWSL is a specialized Centre, established by Unitedworld School of Law, Karnavati University to encourage the discussion as well as study on Criminal Law and its application on the society. The ambit of criminal has expanded since its commencement.New challenges are conferred by the advancement of technology.Consequently, the expansion raises various concerns about theoretical and practical aspects of law. The raising questions fascinate and engage the scholars and academicians in the field of law and many other disciplines, policymakers, social groups and individuals. Therefore, the centre is committed to encourage research and analyse the dynamic field of law. The centre also provides a platform for intellectual and academic discussions about the multifaceted dimensions of criminal law.
The centre would endeavor for development, advancement and exchange of knowledge building and enhancing capacities througha strong focus on effective knowledge transfer and advocacy for policy and law reforms.
The mission of the UWSL Centre for Research on Criminal Law (CRCL), is to promote research and advancement in the field of Criminal Law through deliberations, sensitization, policy intervention and at the same time suggesting filling of the gaps and lacunas in current Criminal Laws.
AIMS & OBJECTIVES
The Centre aims to study, conduct and foster research on Criminal Law, legal procedures and roles of legal actors of the Criminal Justice System, as a social force that enhances social order.The center aims primarily to engage in empirical research, discussion and publication on Criminal Law, its process and administration by taking an inter-disciplinary and comparative approach to the study of Criminal law, Criminal Justice and related research that are quintessential for pressing local, national and international significance.
The type of intellectual activities that the Centre is engaged to-
UWSL Centre for Research on Criminal Law (CRCL), UWSL tries to analyze and address the prevalent issues relating to the functioning of Criminal Justice System and its stakeholders. The cutting-edge research and scholarly publications in reputed national and international journals shall give due recognition to the Centre.
Unitedworld School of Law (UWSL) offers a unique degree of BBA-LLB in its 5-years Integrated Programme.
If offers 4 subjects of Specialisation, in which the student can select any one of the four subject for specialisation. These Specialisation subjects and the list of Elective Courses are,
Ph.D., AMITY University,Jaipur, Rajasthan, LL.M. ,Mahatma Gandhi Kashi Vidyapeeth,Varanasi, U.P., LL.B., Dr. Hari Singh Gour Vishwavidyalaya, Sagar, M.P.
FPM equivalent to Ph.D. (pursuing): National Institute of Industrial Engineering Mumbai, MBA: Aligarh Muslim University UP, B.TECH : Dr.MGR Educational & Research Institute Chennai
Note: All Faculty names are in alphabetic chronology and not as per seniority.
UWSL follows ‘multidisciplinary learning’ as emphasised in National Education Policy 2020
Through focused learning opportunities, our students dwell in the realm of impactful ideas, both inside and outside classroom. We are committed to our practical approach and therefore, provide hands-on learning experience to our students. The pedagogy at Unitedworld School of Law seeks to create leaders in the Indian legal system and society. Here, the student of B.B.A.-LL.B. (Hons.) Integrated Programme is exposed to a variety of learning methods, be it research and case studies method, or debate and moot court or through internship at law firm. As students, they can decide their own academic gradient, based on their interest and appetite for a challenge. In addition to classroom teaching, we involve our students in various research and extension programmes, including Internships at the end of each semester, for better understanding of the subject matter. Throughout the span of five years, our students get exposure to various National and International Conferences, Workshops, Seminars, Moot Court Competitions, Mock Trials, Trial Advocacy, Parliamentary Debate Competitions, Empirical Research Studies, Internships at prominent offices of advocates and corporate sectors.
Unitedworld School of Law (UWSL) is focused on developing new era of law graduates to bring innovation in taking up the complex procedural challenges and simplifying it. Our students learn to manage and draw insights from multifaceted legal challenges and opportunities of the new millennium. They are heavily trained to work in cross-functional teams, so that they handle multiple legal cases. To improvise and sharpen analytical skills among future lawyers, we encourage our students to get actively involved in mooting and debating society. At Unitedworld School of Law, teaching methodology has been designed to emphasize on theoretical and practical nuances.
Unitedworld School of Law (UWSL) inaugurated its free Legal Aid Clinic in 2014 and became the first law school in India to have established such a
Here at UWSL each student is made to participate in Moot Court and Mock Trials for the development of oral advocacy skills through a realistic appellate advocacy experience. The Moot Court Committee here engages the students in learning and analyzing legal issues, with its larger purpose being to teach their students the practical side of practicing law. The students are made to analyze a detailed hypothetical fact scenario which raises legal issues. It is the deliberation and contention of such legal issues supported by real time case laws that help in honing their argumentative and logical reasoning capacity. Another important part of the moot court process is to teach students to overcome legal authority viz., statutes, regulations, and cases that cuts against their position. Drafting of legal documents is another important aspect that is catered to by the Moot Court Committee. Regular court visits and case law analysis in classroom environment are key elements that go hand in hand with regular mock trials and court room exercises. The Moot Court Committee seeks to build top-quality mooters and researchers at the under-graduation level and encourages a hundred percent participation of each student at competitions across the globe. This further stimulates critical thinking and public speaking skills, as well as knowledge of legal practices and procedures prevalent across the globe.
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