School of Law and Legal Affairs, Noida International University invites you to join Webinar on Teaching Pedagogy in Law during a Pandemic: New Possibilities and Ways to Improve Legal Education.
Chief Guest and Hon’ble Speaker
Prof. (Dr.) K.C. Sunny, Vice-Chancellor, The National University of Advanced Legal Studies (NUALS), Kochi, Kerala
Guest of Honour
Prof. (Dr.) Jayanand, Vice-Chancellor, Noida International University.
Date and Time
11:00 A.M., 29th of September, 2020 (Tuesday).
E-certificates will be given to all the participants attending the webinar.
About the Chief Guest and Hon’ble Speaker
Dr Sunny has 30 years of experience as a teacher of Kerala University and the Central University of Kerala out of which 11 years as Professor and 8 years as Dean. After passing the LL.M. examination with First Rank in the University in 1986 he started his teaching career at Kerala Law Academy and Law College, the institution in which he did LL.B and LL.M. Later he joined for research with UGC Fellowship and secured Ph.D. Joined in Kerala University Department of Law, Karyavattom Campus in 1990. He had published the book “Corrupt practices in Election Law” and more than 45 research papers. 17 students, including 2 Foreign Students, successfully completed a Ph.D under his supervision.
He was the international observer to Nepal Constituent Assembly Election 2006 and Bangladesh Parliament Election 2007. He had delivered Lectures in 16 Foreign Universities and had interactive sessions in 6 Foreign Universities including Harvard Law School. He served as the Programme Chair of the International Conference on Law and Public Policy held at Singapore, for 7 Years. He is presently the Vice-Chancellor of The National University of Advanced Legal Studies, Kochi, Kerala, India.
About the Institution
At School of Law and Legal Affairs of Noida International University, the goal is to enrich legal education by providing an environment in which law students can begin to learn the art of lawyering by serving real clients, and can develop the habit of reflecting on how to improve themselves, the profession, and the legal system. To foster an educational environment we allow the student to strive for the highest level of practice. We provide each student with a caseload that involves a varied group of problems, legal issues, and lawyering skills. Our professional emphasis is on “client-centred representation,” in which the student lawyer focuses on the client’s goals, rather than defining what the client needs; and treats the client as an effective collaborator in problem-solving. Our educational goal is to graduate lawyers who know what excellent legal practice should be; and who have developed a habit of thinking about the complexities of the law and the larger implications of the work they do, making them life-long learners. The School of Law and Legal Affairs has continued to change to meet needs of students, clients, community, and the Law School. In particular, we are proactive about constantly assessing and revising our educational methods.
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Reported by: Badal Chatterjee
Assistant Professor, School of Law and Legal Affairs, Noida International University