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Oxford-Herbert Smith Freehills lecture to hit NLU Jodhpur 4 Feb with 7 other colleges [sponsored]

Herbert Smith Freehills: Investing in Indian legal education
Herbert Smith Freehills: Investing in Indian legal education
Sponsored post: The fourth annual international lecture programme (ILP) organised by Herbert Smith Freehills and Oxford University’s dean of law Professor Timothy Endicott, will take place at NLU Jodhpur between 4 and 8 February this year, with seven other law schools also sending three of its top students to attend the lecture series.

ILP is a one week course conducted by Herbert Smith Freehills partner and India practice chairman Chris Parsons and Professor Endicott, covering cross-border M&A and English Public Law and Common Law.

The 2012 edition of ILP was held at Nalsar Hyderabad, with the first two series having been hosted by NLSIU Bangalore, and NUJS Kolkata.

In its earlier editions, ILP was restricted to students of the hosting law school. However, this time the programme was also opened to three meritorious students each from seven select law schools: GNLU Gandhinagar, Jindal Global Law School Sonipat, Nalsar, NLIU Bhopal, NLSIU, NLU Delhi and NUJS.

Registrations have closed but those who would like more information about next year’s lecture series can contact Herbert Smith Freehills associate Siddhartha Shukla at for more information.

Former Herbert Smith senior partner Edward Walker-Arnott, who is now visiting professor at University College London, will also be teaching at the Jindal Global Law School from 18 to 22 February, in the fifth of an annual lecture series that has been held at various law schools.

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