International law course : Module 2 - Recognition
What you'll learn
- Recognition of nation states
- Theories of Recognition
- About State Practice
- State Practices of Various Nations
- About Extradition
- Cases of Extradition
- Should Have Completed Module 1
- Desire and Interest to learn International Law
- College Graduates
- Law Students
The course will provide a functional understanding of International Legal Practices relating to Recognition with special reference to Indian State Practices in International Relations.
The course explains the present status of International Law in relation to State Jurisdiction in light of International State Practices.
The course will provide a birds-eye-view of the law of extradition in light of Indian and International State Practices.
This course is specially meant for students taking UGC NET (Law) and Civil Services Aspirants.
This course is also important for those taking up exams related to International Laws. In this Course along with 300+ mins of video presented in 10 sessions of roughly 30 mins each,
The instructor does not claim to provide all the essential information on the topic. Before taking the course, the learners are requested to complete Module 1 of this course series
The students are also requested to browse through the essentials on the topic.
For law students taking university exams and those preparing for competitive law examinations, this course would be ideal as a revision aid.
Since the course covers a lot of current developments relating to International Laws, the learner can hope to answer many of the questions that will form part of the General Studies question paper.
Who this course is for:
- Aspirants for UGC NET (Law Exams)
- Indian Civil Services Exam Aspirants
- Students of Law
• University Research Fellow (URF), Department of Legal Studies, University of Madras. (1984 – 1986)
• Patent Assistant, Remfry & Son (1986 – 1988).
• Assistant Professor, National Law School of India University, Bangalore (1988 – 1992)
• Visiting Lecturer, University Law College, Bangalore (1993 – 1996).
• Infosys Research Fellow, NLSIU, Bangalore (2002 – 2004).
• Regularly drafts and files Patent Applications.
• Teaches Intellectual Property Law at NALSAR Hyderabad, IIM Bangalore, ASCI, Hyderabad, National Law University Jodhpur, Symbiosis Law School and RG School of Intellectual property law, Kharagpur as a Guest Lecturer.
• Actively involved in some of the leading IPR Infringement, EMR Revocations, Opposition and Rectification cases in Bombay, Madras, Bangalore and New Delhi.
• Regularly attends and acts as Resource Person in Professional Improvement Programs on IP Law, Environmental law and International Trade law.
• Headed the Bangalore Office of Krishna & Saurastri Associates, Patents& Trademark Attorneys Bangalore from January,2003- February, 2014.