As India is becoming an integral member of WTO and the other consequent rationalization of reforms at intellectual property laws, it is pretty essential to develop the research and advocacy skills that can consolidate and improve the Indian business advantage for not just individuals but communities and corporations as well.
Here is a list of the best colleges and universities in India where you can study intellectual property laws and get a kick start for your career.
National Law School of India University, Bengaluru
The National Law School of India University is the first law university to initiate legal education reforms around India. This university has always been on the top of the list, where legal education has been provided for more than 30 years now. It was also ranked number 1 in the national institutional ranking framework in 2018, 2019, and 2020.
The university emphasizes the nature and the extent of the rights that any IPR holder gets under legal protection and enforcement rights. The course here takes you through the perspective of its interface with its disciplines in regard to correct education, right to health, public interest, standards, and the basic competition law.
The National Academy of Legal Studies and Research Nalsar
The National Academy of Legal Studies and Research is located in Shamirpet, Hyderabad, Telangana, and is an autonomous and public-funded premier where legal studies are taught. This place offers courses at the undergraduate level, postgraduate and doctoral levels.
The crucial points of the center are to perform research on the emerging intellectual regime, to better develop advocacy skills in intellectual property rights, to bring out publications with emerging trends of Intellectual property rights, and many similar points.
The Rajiv Gandhi School of intellectual property law is a basic law school that is based at the Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur. When the university was founded, it was a collaboration between the George Washington University Law School, Washington DC, and the only school within the IIT system.
The school offers a six-semester, three-year full-time residential program that will lead you to the degree of Bachelor of Laws (Hons) in intellectual property law that is approved by the bar council of India. The program curriculum has been prepared to keep in mind the Bar Council of India’s requirements, and several specialized courses in law and intellectual property rights are offered by the university.
The West Bengal National University of Juridical Sciences, Kolkata
The West Bengal National University of Juridical Sciences was established with a very simple objective: to advance and disseminate both learnings and knowledge of the law and legal processes while keeping in mind the role of the development of the whole nation.
The course’s main aim is to acquaint students with the broad contours of intellectual property rights along with the basic knowledge of what is social context and what is historical evolution.
Symbiosis Law School, Pune
The center of Intellectual property research and advocacy has been a key part of Symbiosis law school. It was established with the idea to promote both research and advocacy skills in all the students, with special emphasis on both Intellectual property rights and the basic knowledge promotion of the field of law, which was Intellectual property.
The course’s main objective is to increase students’ involvement and help them understand the basic idea of intellectual property rights.
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