International law course : Module 2 - Recognition
Module 2 of the Public International Law series on Recognition, Jurisdiction and Extradition
Updated on Dec, 2023
Language - English
Duration -5 hours
This course aims to provide an engaging and intellectually stimulating exploration into the realm of International Legal Practices, specifically focusing on the intricate facets of Recognition within the context of Indian State Practices in International Relations.
In this course, participants will gain a comprehensive understanding of the present status of International Law in relation to State Jurisdiction, with a particular emphasis on the prevailing International State Practices. Through insightful discussions and meticulous analysis, learners will unravel the complex tapestry of legal intricacies that govern this dynamic field.
Moreover, this course offers a panoramic perspective on the law of extradition, meticulously examining its intricacies and implications through a lens that encompasses both Indian and International State Practices. By delving into this captivating subject matter, participants will embark on a journey of discovery where borders fade and the pursuit of justice transcends geographical limitations.
Designed with the utmost care and precision, this course specifically caters to students undertaking the UGC NET (Law) examination and individuals aspiring to pursue a career in Civil Services. Additionally, it holds immense importance for those preparing for examinations that assess knowledge in the field of International Law, presenting them with a valuable resource to augment their study efforts.
Comprising a captivating curriculum, this course boasts over 300 minutes of video content, divided into ten sessions, each lasting approximately 30 minutes. Engrossing and thought-provoking, these sessions are aimed at immersing learners in a stimulating and immersive educational experience.
While it is essential to acknowledge that this course may not comprehensively cover every aspect of the subject matter, it serves as a stepping stone towards acquiring essential knowledge. As a prerequisite, prospective learners are kindly requested to complete Module 1 of this course series, which will lay a solid foundation for the forthcoming enriching educational journey.
Furthermore, students are strongly encouraged to engage with supplementary resources that delve deeper into the essential aspects of the topic, expanding their intellectual horizons and fostering a more comprehensive understanding of the subject matter. By embracing these additional materials, learners can satiate their thirst for knowledge and embark on a truly transformative learning adventure.
This course serves as an invaluable aid for law students preparing for demanding university examinations and those aspiring to excel in competitive examinations. With its comprehensive coverage and meticulous approach, it equips participants with a powerful revision tool that facilitates a comprehensive review of key concepts, ensuring optimal preparedness for academic and professional endeavours.
By immersing themselves in this course and keeping abreast of current developments in the realm of International Laws, learners can confidently address the multitude of questions that may feature in the General Studies question paper. This comprehensive knowledge empowers participants to navigate the vast ocean of legal concepts and positions them for success in their pursuit of legal excellence.
What will you learn in this course:
The students will learn:
- Recognition of nation-states
- Theories of Recognition
- About State Practice
- State Practices of Various Nations
- About Extradition
- Cases of Extradition
What are the prerequisites for this course?
- Should Have Completed Module 1
- Desire and Interest to learn International Law
- Should be College Graduates or law students
This course is specifically designed for:
- Aspirants for UGC NET (Law Exams)
- Indian Civil Services Exam Aspirants
- Students of Law
Check out the detailed breakdown of what’s inside the course
- Recognition 30:32 30:32
- Theories of Recognition 30:22 30:22
Indian Sub-Continental Cases on Extradition
I am an Advocate, Law Lecturer, Registered Patent Agent & Mediator, Trademark and Patent Attorney. I am the Principal of Manu Associates, a law firm based in Bangalore, and I regularly fulfil professional commitments in various cities. I hold degrees in both Biology and Chemistry (1976) and a Master’s Degree in International Law and Constitutional Law (1980).
During my final year of Law school, I had the honour of representing India in the Philip. C. Jessup International Law Moot Court Competition held in Washington D.C., USA (March 1979). Subsequently, I participated in a Program on Intellectual Property Law organized by the Washington Graduate School (USDA) in April 1988. I also attended the International Law Seminar organized by the International Law Commission at Palais De Nations, Geneva, Switzerland in 1991.
I was privileged to be one of the founding faculty members of the National Law School of India, Bangalore, where I worked as an Assistant Professor for four years. I continue to contribute as a guest faculty at NALSAR Hyderabad, IIM Bangalore, and NLSIU Bangalore. My articles have been published in both national and international journals, and I've played a significant role in enhancing awareness of Intellectual Property Rights and Cyber legal frameworks in India. I achieved this by being a Visiting Faculty in NALSAR PRO Patents, Cyber and Media Laws P.G. Diploma courses.
My involvement in legal circles includes being a Life member of the Indian Society of International Law, N. Delhi-1, and the Bangalore Advocates Association. Additionally, I am a Mediator at the Bangalore Mediation Centre, an initiative of the Karnataka High Court.
I regularly practice law in trial courts and various high courts, with some cases from the Karnataka and Madras High Courts being cited as binding precedents. I have also published research articles in reputable national and international journals, accessible through my blog: https://profmurali.blogspot.com/.
Participating as a Resource Person in Professional Improvement Programs on IP Law, Environmental Law, and International Trade Law is an important aspect of my engagement. I am actively committed to promoting IPR literacy in India, and I've organized skill development programs for law students, including moot court competitions in collaboration with Dr Ambedkar Govt Law College, Puducherry, where we've hosted the Tamil Moot Court Competitions for the past four years.
To further these initiatives, I recently commenced publishing courses on the online learning platform Udemy, aiming to enhance legal literacy among lawyers and individuals preparing for competitive examinations.
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