International Summer Schools

Name

JINDAL-HARVARD PROGRAM ON HUMAN RIGHTS IN DEVELOPMENT 2020

Dates

6 – 24 July, 2020

Description

O.P. Jindal Global University (JGU) is offering a three-week intensive residential course on human rights and development in collaboration with the Program on Human Rights in Development (PHRD) at the Harvard T. H. Chan School of Public Health. Leading faculty from Harvard University, the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy at Tufts University, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Carleton and other institutions will provide instruction through lectures and interactive class sessions. The aim of this course is to introduce students from across JGU schools to ways of understanding the concept of ‘development’ and how it is related to human rights. Students will be exposed to a diversity of ideas from economic, public policy, and legal spheres to encourage their appreciation of how complex can be the relationship of human rights to development. Students will be encouraged to think about how national societies and global institutions address the human rights challenges that arise in pursuing human development, whether in terms of prioritizing growth over individual and group rights, or in allocating resources toward meeting human needs and reducing poverty and inequality.

Partnering Institute

Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health

Credits

Based on the number of hours of instruction, tutorials, class presentation and completion of a final paper, 4 credits are generally awarded by JGLS, 4 credits by JSGP and 3 credits are awarded by JSLH and JSIA.

Faculty coordinators

Professor S. Mercy Deborah, smdeborah@jgu.edu.in

Professor Kriti Sharma, ksharma@jgu.edu.in

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BRUNEL COMPARATIVE COMPETITION LAW SUMMER SCHOOL 2020

Dates

21 June – 04 July, 2020

Description

Offering a comprehensive immersion into international competition law starting with EU and UK competition law and drawing on newer competition regimes which have recently adopted competition law, with a focus on emerging competition law in Asia and case studies from India and Hong Kong, Latin America and Africa. Courses offered are EU and Indian Competition Law, Practical Skills for Competition Dispute Resolution, International Competition Law and Comparative Media Ownership Regulation.

Partnering Institute

Brunel University, London

Credits

4

Faculty coordinators

Ms. Isha Gaba, igaba@jgu.edu.in

Dr.Indranath Gupta, igupta@jgu.edu.in

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JINDAL – OXFORD SHORT TERM STUDY ABROAD PROGRAMME

Dates

28 June – 19 July, 2020

Description

The Jindal-Oxford Short Term Study Abroad Program in International Law and Global Governance (“JOSTSAP”) is a three-week intensive residential program at Somerville College, University of Oxford. JOSTSAP is intended to and provides students with the opportunity to reside and study at one of the most prestigious Universities in the world – the University of Oxford, UK. Students will be taught by some of the world’s leading experts in International Law and Global Governance and experience the unique Oxford tutorial system of learning. The program last year included lectures on global governance, international law, the use of force in international law, law and poverty, environmental law and international dispute settlement. These lectures by conducted by distinguished professors at the University of Oxford, some of whom included Professor Dapo Akande, Professor Nandini Gooptu, Professor Barbara Harris-White and Professor Richard Caplan.

Partnering Institute

Somerville College, University of Oxford

Credits

Based on the number of hours of instruction and tutorials (two hours of lecture and two hours of tutorials through the 3 weeks), 4 credits are generally awarded to JGLS Students. JSIA Students are offered only 3 Credits.

Faculty coordinators

Prof. Eesha Mohapatra, emohapatra@jgu.edu.in

Prof. Tanvee Nandan, tnandan@jgu.edu.in

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 JINDAL-MONASH PRATO SHORT TERM STUDY ABROAD PROGRAMME 2020

Dates

8 – 26 June, 2020

Description

Monash University organizes a series of summer school programmes in collaboration with its partner Universities. OP JGU will be participating in Block 3 of the Monash Summer School at Palazzo Vaj, an 18th century palace in Prato which serves as their Europe campus.

The subjects offered include: International entertainment law; International and comparative family law; Private investment law; Online dispute resolution; Transnational litigation; Emerging technologies, global data flows and the law; Transnational labour law; Indigenous rights and international law; Contemporary problems in the administration of criminal justice; Comparative European legal systems; Overview of international human rights law; Comparative commercial transactions law; Human rights and migration in comparative perspective; International and comparative insolvency law; Private investment law; Lawyers, literature and cinema; Asian legal systems; Air and Space Law; International and comparative taxation law; International and comparative trademark law; Human dignity in comparative perspective; Comparative competition law.

Partnering Institute

Monash University Prato Centre, Prato, Tuscany, Italy

Credits

4

Faculty coordinators

Dr. Saloni Khanderia, skhanderia@jgu.edu.in

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