About the Centre for Transnational Commercial Law (CTCL)
The Centre for Transnational Commercial Law at National Law University, Delhi was established in 2016 to advance the study and practice of transnational commercial law. TCL is an emerging area of law and policy necessitated by cross-border movement of people and business transactions. The foremost aim of the Centre is to provide a focal point for academics, practitioners and regulators through interdisciplinary legal research. The Centre also aims to nurture and encourage the researchers of the future in this important area of law.
The centre has organised training programmes and courses on (1) MHRD GIAN Course on Comparative Contract Law & Practice, May 12-22, 2016; (2) MHRD GIAN Course on Cross-Border Business Law & Practice, October 10-23, 2016; (3) MHRD GIAN Course on International Business Transactions, September 25-30, 2017; (4) NALT Course on Comparative Private International Law, Sept. 2017.
The centre has also been organizing a Moot Competition on Corporate Insolvency & Bankruptcy in collaboration with the IBBI, INSOL India, SIPI; last year it was held during 28-29 Oct. 2017, this year it is scheduled for 16-17 Nov. 2018. We have also organized the UNCITRAL Asia Pacific Day Symposium 'Cross-Border Insolvency', 27-28-Oct-2017; Conference on 'Bankruptcy & Cross-Border Insolvency Laws in India- the way forward', 14th May 2016; "Whether the Uniform Sales Law is Likely to Improve 'Ease of Doing Business' and 'Enforcing Contracts' in India?" 2016 UNCITRAL Asia Pacific Day, 17-October-2016, at the National Law University Delhi.
About the Insolvency Practicum 2022
The Insolvency Practicum is being organised under the aegis of the National Academy of Law Teachers (NALT) and Internal Quality Assurance Cell (IQAC), it is being organized by the Centre for Transnational Commercial Law (CTCL) at the National Law University Delhi. The trainers/ resource persons will include officials from regulatory authorities, leading insolvency lawyers, insolvency professionals, academics, experts from financial organisations.
The course introduces the participants to modules covering topics of: - Fundamental concepts of insolvency, banking regulation, NPA, NPL Market, Corporate Rescue; Development of Insolvency law in India, chief features and objectives of the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code, 2016; Adjudicatory Bodies and appeals; key issues and cases under IBC 2016; Institutional framework and enforcement bodies under IBC 2016, the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Board of India, Insolvency Professional Agencies, Information Utilities; Insolvency Resolution Professional; Corporate Insolvency Resolution Process, committee of creditors, Information Memorandum, Resolution Plan, liquidation process; cross-border insolvency. The sessions will run from 10:00 am to 04:45 pm, are expected to be highly interactive, with the instructor making a presentation for around 45-60 minutes. Around 15 minutes are expected to be reserved at the end of each session for Q & A.
Who should attend:
The Practicum is primarily directed towards capacity building of faculty and researchers in law schools, management institutes, departments of economics, commerce, business studies who have inclination and some experience in the area of insolvency.
The Practicum will be particularly useful for Government officials, Insolvency Professionals, Lawyers, Company Secretary, in-house counsel, Chartered Accountants, Management Accountants, professionals and managerial personnel managing businesses.
The intake of participants will be to a maximum of 50 participants
Mentors and Organisers:
Prof. Dr. Harpreet Kaur, Professor of Law and Registrar, NLUD
Course Mentor: Professor M. S. Sahoo
Course Director: Dr. Risham Garg, Associate Professor & Director CTCL, NLUD
Course Coordinator: Dr. Raghav Pandey, Assistant Professor & Deputy Director CTCL, NLUD
Teaching Assistant: K. Nidhi Mohan, Ph.D. Research Scholar, NLUD