New Delhi, June 5, 2015: Over 60 students of the Jindal Global Law School have been selected for pursuing academic programmes at Columbia Law School in USA and University of Oxford in the UK.
O P Jindal Global University (JGU) said in a press statement that the students will be participating in the US Business Law Academy at Columbia University and undertake intensive study of US Business laws under the programme.
The programme at Columbia University will feature an introductory survey of select topics covering US business law and legal institutions such as corporations, corporate governance, mergers and acquisitions, US tax and policy among others.
In the academic programme at Somerville College of Oxford University, students will be taught by some of experts in International Law and Global Governance, it said.
Hailing the programme, Prof C Raj Kumar, Vice Chancellor of JGU, said "besides providing knowledge and perspectives on international and comparative law on issues relating to global governance and business law, the experience of studying at Oxford and Columbia will be transformative for our students".
"They will study basic key principles of international law and global governance and some contemporary issues in the field, including protection of human rights, use of force, regulation of armed conflict and protection of environment," it said.