Top
Begin typing your search above and press return to search.
Events Corner

Daksha Fellowship Information Session [20th January 2021]

Aseer Jamal
18 Jan 2021 1:14 PM GMT
Daksha Fellowship Information Session [20th January 2021]
x

Daksha Fellowship is a one-year, full-time, residential program at the intersection of technology, law and business. It was launched in 2020 as India's first residential fellowship for lawyers, aimed towards the transitions and consequential demands outlined above. The fellowship is powered by a novel curriculum designed and delivered by internationally renowned faculty, industry experts...

Your free access to Live Law has expired
To read the article, get a premium account.
    Your Subscription Supports Independent Journalism
Subscription starts from
599+GST
(For 6 Months)
Premium account gives you:
  • Unlimited access to Live Law Archives, Weekly/Monthly Digest, Exclusive Notifications, Comments.
  • Reading experience of Ad Free Version, Petition Copies, Judgement/Order Copies.
Already a subscriber?

Daksha Fellowship is a one-year, full-time, residential program at the intersection of technology, law and business. It was launched in 2020 as India's first residential fellowship for lawyers, aimed towards the transitions and consequential demands outlined above. The fellowship is powered by a novel curriculum designed and delivered by internationally renowned faculty, industry experts and practitioners. The innovative pedagogy for the program includes internships, labs and bootcamps, and has been conceptualized to build readiness for the world of work.

Daksha Fellowship offers two specializations: Technology Law and Policy and Disputes and Regulatory Practice. The Technology Law and Policy Pathway consists of pioneering courses on data protection, information technology and cybersecurity regulations, telecommunications law and other expertise areas required for the digital age. The Disputes and Regulatory Practice Pathway is the first of its kind in India, offering an insight into disputes and conflict from the lens of the regulatory state, in particular. Apart from foundational courses on remedies, procedure and evidence, corporate governance, and the theory and practice of regulation, fellows can choose to specialize even further, opting for clusters on advanced disputes resolution, infrastructure and sustainability, and corporate and financial regulations.

To learn more about the program, join the session led by Dr. Ananth Padmanabhan, Dean of the Fellowship, as he introduces the fellowship offerings for the coming academic year.

Date: January 20, 2021, Wednesday

Time: 5:00 PM

For Registration, click here


Next Story
Share it