Published on May 1

Amity Law School Delhi is pleased to announce 2nd Legal Essay Writing Competition 2014 on the theme ‘Mapping the Interface of Human Rights & Intellectual Property’.

Full Details are HERE.

This Competition attempts to provide a platform for the law students for expressing their views on various aspects of Human Rights & Intellectual Property and recent developments taking place in India & abroad.

Theme of the Essay is ‘Mapping the Interface of Human Rights & Intellectual Property’.


1. Right to Education vis a vis Copyright Protection

2. Right to Health vis a vis Patent Protection

3. Jurisprudential Relationship between IPR and Human Rights

4. Right to Food and Intellectual Property


Winner: Rs. 10,000

1st Runner-up: Rs. 7,500

2nd Runner-up: Rs. 5,000

A certificate of Appreciation will be awarded to all the participants.

The last date to submit is August 14.

Full Details are HERE.

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  1. It’s not the way things are done… I got to know through one of my friend who has already submitted the essay for the competition that the reason for the delay in submission deadline (from 30 JUNE TO 14 August) was that more students want to participate in the competition… which ‘students’… They might have taken a survey to find out the same… If this is really done then they might shift the deadline further if some ‘more students’ pledge for the same… really a disadvantage for students who have already sent their entries (hard copies through speed post) before since they have no option to update their paper to incorporate latest data which the person may found and it adds more to the essay, unless they send the hard copies again… this is not the type of administration that one could expect from a law university…


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