Prof. (Dr.) Bushan Tilak Kaul joins VIPS as Chairperson, Vivekananda School of Law and Legal Studies, from July 18, 2018.
Professor (Dr.) B. T. Kaul obtained his LL.M. and Ph.D. degrees in Law from University of Delhi. He was a foreign and commonwealth fellow at London School of Economics from where he earned second LL.M. degree specializing in Intellectual Property Law and Comparative & International Labour Law. He has also been a World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) Fellow … Read More
Prof. N.R. Madhva Menon, a renowned legal educator and a receiver of the Living Legend of Law Award, once said: Law governs human conduct, from the cradle to the crematorium.
In line with this belief, Vivekananda School of Law and Legal Studies (VSLLS) is an integral part of VIPS. No problem can stand the assault of sustained thinking, said Voltaire, a renowned French philosopher and a celebrated author (1694-1778). At VSLLS, we induce amongst the students, the urge to think intensively and to think critically. This enables them to meet the challenges of the times. They are constantly reminded that they have chosen to pursue and practise not business but vocation.
At VSLLS, the real objective of education is seen in three axioms:
- Sa vidya ya vimukyte: Learning which liberates the student from pettiness, narrowness, obscurantism and irrational beliefs;
- Yha kriyavaan sa panditah: He alone is a learned man who serves the community; and
- Sheelvrit paravidya: Learning consists of character and conduct.
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NEWS & EVENTS
In the history of VIPS, the Vivekananda Law School Moot Court Society organised its 1st International Moot Court Competition from 4th – 6th October, 2013. A total number of twenty six (26) colleges from all over India, participated, including two teams from Nigeria and Philippines.
Permanent Legal Aid Clinic was inaugurated by Hon’ble Mr. Justice Pradeep Nandrajog, Judge Delhi High Court on 28th of September 2013. It is established near gate no.1 for the easy accessibility of the people seeking legal aid. It is managed by eight faculty members along with 150 student volunteers.