Course Duration: 60 Days
- To introduce candidates to advanced techniques of communication skills which include both verbal and non-verbal communication.
- Teaching and developing the Moot court skills of the candidates regarding both the national and international levels.
- Introducing candidates to various fields of research related to law and other interdisciplinary streams.
- Teaching Parliamentary Debate, Model United Nations, Model Parliament, Client Counselling and Debate.
- Introducing and teaching principles of arbitration, mediation and conciliation and other alternative dispute resolution techniques.
- Teaching candidates the fundamental principles of drafting, pleading, conveyancing of various legal documents.
- Making candidates aware of the essentials of group discussion (GD) and personal interview PI).
- Internship assistance to the candidates in various law firms.
- Paper publication in LAWGICA’s in-house law journal.
- Issuance of certificate based on the performance of the candidate in the course.