Unitedworld School of Law (UWSL)

Unitedworld School of Law (UWSL)

Unitedworld School of Law (UWSL) is a new statutory institute established by Unitedworld Group amidst lush green environment near Gandhinagar.
UWSL offers BBA-LL.B. (Hons.), a 5 yr Integrated Programme.
The institute is recognized by the Bar Council of India (BCI)* and is affiliated to Karnavati University.

The institute also functions as a nodal agency to uplift legal education in Gujarat.

Centers at Unitedworld School of Law, Karnavati University

Unitedworld School of Law (UWSL), the constituent college of Karnavati University is focused on developing new era of law graduates who can innovate and can take up the complex procedural challenges in their stride. Our students learn to manage and draw insights from multifaceted legal challenges and opportunities of the new millennium. They are heavily trained so that they can work in cross-functional teams, and can handle multiple legal cases. To train such legal professionals, we at Unitedworld school of Law have established research centers which create new knowledge; this novel knowledge is disseminated through various scholarly activities and continuous publication. The research centers at UWSL are blend of local understanding and the global outlook. The research centers at UWSL are managed by our expert faculties with the help of few student associate. Below mentioned are few research centers housed in Unitedworld school of Law.


Center Director: Dr. Debarati Halder

Aims and Objectives:

  1. To conduct research on women and child rights issues.
  2. To spread awareness about issues for women and child rights.
  3. To collaborate with other stakeholders for campaigning, research, counseling on women and child right issues.

Activities Update:

On the occasion of women’s day students and faculty (director) had created an online collage campaign on different issues of women’s rights. This was shared through personal profiles with hash tags to reach maximum outreach.
The Centre of Corporate Governance and Corporate Training (CCGCT) aims at analyzing and addressing the prevalent issues of corporate governance and ethics 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.

Future Plan:

Bringing out newsletter on women and child rights (students and faculties are working on it currently).

Organizing a special session for law students on child rights with UNICEF

Organizing a special session for law students on women’s rights with UNDP & UN women


Director: Mr. Shrut Brahmbhatt

About the Research Centre:

The Centre of Corporate Governance and Corporate Training (CCGCT) aims at analyzing and addressing the prevalent issues of corporate governance and ethics 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.

CCGCT visions at contributing to corporate law regime through research, deliberations, sensitization, policy intervention and thereby addressing the existing lacunas of the Corporate Sector.

Activities done so far:

1. Doctrinal Study: Doctrinal study on four different areas carried out along with the Student Research Associates of the Centre. The different areas included Arbitration Clause in AOA, Corporate Criminal Liability, Intricacies of Artificial Intelligence and effect on corporate sector, and Interface between Corporate and Competition Law. The studies are submitted to Centre Directors and are being reviewed by the Centre Directors. The centre aims at publishing the same from scholarly journals.

2. Non-Doctrinal Study: The Student Research Associates are, under the guidance of directors, preparing/submitting proposals to carry a non-doctrinal study on different topics related to corporate governance and teaming offered by various external agencies/organizations.


Director: Dr. Malay Patel

CLP is one of the centers established with the aim to promote, research pertaining to law and philosophy. The centre is committed to the idea that the study of law is deepened when grounded in philosophical principle, and philosophy is of greater benefit to society when relevant to pressing practical and legal issues. The centre aspires to include legal theorists, as well lawyers with philosophical training and philosophers with interests in legal questions as there active members—the centre nurtures a desire to conduct interdisciplinary and collaborative researches pertaining to philosophy, social sciences and Law. The long term objective of the centre is to publish high quality research paper in the relevant journals. To achieve this long term objective the centre would organize workshops and seminars throughout the year to promote the free exchange of ideas on important questions at the intersection of law and philosophy.

Activities Update

The Centre has conducted two courses till date

  • European Law (18th to 21st November 2019) – Conducted by Prof. Krystian Complak
  • Common Law vs Chinese Law (24th to 25th February 2020) – Conducted by Capt. Dr. Vivek Jain.


Director: Dr. Amit Bhaskar

About Centre

The Centre for Research in Intellectual Property Studies (CRIPS) at UWSL aims to promote research and intensive dialog in the areas of IP Legal Regime keeping contemporary trend in mind. The objective is to promote Industry-Academia interface by imparting, disseminating and promoting IP Legal education to user communities, trained government functionaries and all other stake holders involved in the creation and use of IP.

Activity Update

Constant research on the themes of the topics identified as below:-
· Legal Disruptions from Emerging Technologies such as Artificial Intelligence.
· Interface between AI and Antitrust Laws/Competition Law.
· Digital Data and Copyright Law.
· AI in healthcare and education.
· Big Data- Policy, Legal and Ethical Issues.
· Traditional Knowledge vis-à-vis IP systems in India.
· AI and Bad Robots: The Criminology of Automation; risks and benefits of AI to detect crime.
· Interface between data protection and intellectual property law


Director: Dr. Ayaz Ahmad

About the Centre: The Centre for Advocacy for Social Inclusion and Public Policy (CASIPP) primarily carries out doctrinal research to understand the state of social inclusion in public and private institutional spaces. CASIPP organizes talks, seminars, conferences and workshops to engage with students, activists and academicians to promote social inclusion.

Activities Update: Within the short span of its existence, one research paper has been accepted to be part of an edited volume from CASIPP which would cone out at the end of this month. This research paper advocates the need for social inclusion in the higher judiciary particularly Supreme Court of India where issues emanating from public policies concerning social justice frequently come up for review. It humbly submits that without adequate social inclusion the higher judiciary is ill equipped to adjudicate such cases in just, fair and reasonable manner

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,

  • Criminology
  • Penology & Victimology
  • Comparative Criminal Procedure
  • Prison Administration
  • Crime against Women & Children
  • IT Offences
  • Forensic Science
  • International Criminal Law
  • Securities & Investment Law
  • Mergers & Amalgamation
  • Competition Law
  • Insolvency & Bankruptcy Law
  • Infrastructure Law
  • Transportation Law & Carriage Law
  • Corporate Governance
  • Banking & Insurance Law
  • International Commercial Law
  • Air & Space Law
  • Humanitarian & Refugee Law
  • Law of Sea & Maritime Law
  • International Environmental Law
  • International Human Rights
  • International Criminal Law
  • International Organization
  • Copyright and Drafting
  • IP and Artificial Intelligence
  • Patent Drafting
  • Trademark Drafting and Procedure
  • Traditional Knowledge, Biodiversity and Farmers' Rights
  • Comparative Law and IP
  • Geographical Indications of Goods
  • IP Valuation and Transaction Management

List of Elective Courses

  • Information Technology Law
  • International Trade Law
  • Socio – Economic Offences
  • Cyber Crimes
  • Private International Law
  • Intellectual Property Rights
  • Animal Protection Law
  • Land Law including tenure and tenancy system
  • Sports Law
  • International Dispute Resolution
  • Human Rights Law
  • Energy Law/Real Estate Law

Dr. P. Lakshmi

Dean Unitedworld School Of Law

B.Sc, LL.B, LL.M, PhD

Jaideep Banerjee


PGDM, CFRM - IIM, Ahmedabad

Dr. Arun Kumar Singh

Assistant Dean Unitedworld School Of Law

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.

Dr. Aseem Chandra Paliwal

Associate Professor

Ph.D., LL.M., LL.B., B.Sc.

Dr. Ayaz Ahmad

Associate Professor of Law

Ph.D. (Glocal University); NET-JRF Qualified; LL.M. (University of Delhi); LL.B. (Aligarh Muslim University)

Tanya Pandey

Ph.D., LL.M. (Hons.), BBA-LL.B. (Hons.)

Abhijit Anand

Assistant Professor

Ph.D. (pursuing), LL.M., BA.LLB. (Hons.), UGC National Eligibility Test (NET)

Astha Chaturvedi

Assistant Professor

Ph.D. (pursuing), M.Phil., LL.M. B.A. LL.B. (Hons.)

Aaratrika Pandey

Assistant Professor

Ph.D. in Law (pursuing), LL.M., B.A.LL.B (Hons.)

Nishtha Agrawal

Assistant Professor of Law

Pursuing Ph.D., LL.M., LL.B., BMS

CS. Nitesh Nanavati

Assistant Professor of Law

LL.M. (Gujarat University), LL.B., CS. FCA, B.Com.

Nityanand Jha

Assistant Professor of Management

B.E., PGDM - IIM Lucknow

Dr. Ramdhass Perumal

Assistant Professor

Ph.D., M.Phil., M.L., BAL., LLB., UGC-NET (2016)

Grishma Brahmbhatt

Teaching Assistant

LL.M in Company Law (Specialization in Corporate Governance), University of Law, London
B.B.A. LLB. , School of Law, Karnavati University

Shafiullah Anis

Assistant Professor

Post Graduate Diploma in Business and Commerce, Post Graduate Diploma in Management, Bachelor of Technology (Civil Engineering)

Priyanka Taktawala

Assistant Professor

LL.M., BBA-LL.B., Ph.D. in Law (pursuing)

Shrut S. Brahmbhatt

Assistant Professor of Law

Ph.D.(pursuing), LL.M.(IPR), (Gujarat National Law University) B.A. LL.B (Hons.) (Nirma University)

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.

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.

Unitedworld School of Law (UWSL) received the “Emerging Law Institute of India” Award
Top-10 Promising Law Colleges in India – 2017


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