CENTRE FOR CONSTITUTIONAL LAW AND GOVERNANCE (CCLG)
CENTRE FOR INTERNATIONAL CORPORATE & COMMERCIAL LAWS
Centre for Research in International and Comparative Laws
The Centre for International and Comparative Law is an initiative of Maharashtra National Law University, Aurangabad, devoted to the study of comparative and transnational laws and legal systems. It embraces analytical, theoretical, empirical and socio-legal attempts surrounding the public and private law aspects of various legal systems.
The Centre is aimed at encouraging comparative legal studies in the transnational context of legal history, theory, philosophy, legal cultures and traditions, by tracking the developments in the field across the world. We have already released four issues of the Comparative Law e-Newsletter covering the areas of Public Health Framework: Law and Society, Gender Inclusive Framework, Environmental Development and Labour and Modern Slavery: Framework on Social Security Laws through a comparative perspective. We also recently conducted a panel discussion on Marital Rape: A Legal Dilemma and are currently conducting a lecture series on Sports Law, graced by personalities such as Mr David Moreno and Prof. Mark James and Mr Anil Dencer. A national conference on Tourism Law was organised on the 25th and 26th of March,2023 in collaboration with the Centre for World Affairs, MNLU-A.
Centre for Environmental Laws, Policy and Sustainable Development (CELPSD)
Centre for world Affairs
Centre for Competition Law and Policy (CCLP)
Centre for Alternative Dispute Resolution (CADR)
Centre for Financial Services
Centre for Entrepreneurship and Incubation
Centre for Public Law
The Centre for Public Law, MNLUA was established in 2022 with the aim of disseminating thorough knowledge and developing critical thinking of Public Law among students. Its aim is to provide the students with the current trends and ongoing developments in the field of Public Law. This includes talks on policies and schemes of the executive, Bills passed by the Legislature, and the Judgements delivered by the Judiciary.
Thorough knowledge and understanding of Public Law (the law relating to the relationship between the State and the citizens) and the underlying principles - is an essential part of statecraft. Public Law tries to analyze and understand relation between State & the Citizens. Broadly Constitutional Law, Administrative law, Economic Law, Criminal Law are considered to be pillars of Public Law. This centre will focus on identifying problems and then will provide legal solutions to the problems.
Constitutional Law, Administrative Law are dynamic and vibrant subjects. With everyday's' advancement in knowledge, technology new issues are arising. The Centre will provide platform to identify such problems and to provide legal solutions to such Problems. The Centre will go beyond it and will also provide solutions through Policy Making.
A significant number of faculty members, students have research interest in the field of Public Law. The Centre will provide the platform to conduct the research on public law and public policy. The Centre will collaborate with other stakeholders for the same. (By entering MoU with NGOs, Policy-framing Centers, Research Centers etc.)
Centre Director : Prafulla Lele
Members : Dr. Ashok Wadje, Anand Jayshette
Centre for Intellectual Property & Information Technology Laws (CIPIT)
The 'The Centre for Intellectual Property & Information Technology Laws' (CIPIT) at the Maharashtra National Law University Aurangabad promotes awareness of intellectual property rights (IPR) and technology law among students and supports research in the developing subject of intellectual property. The Centre encourages research and development projects that contribute to its primary goal of intellectual pursuit and link related inter-disciplinary cooperation in order to develop a national intellectual law database.
The Centre aspires to be India's premium Centre for the study of intellectual property law. The primary goals are to actively improve research and expertise in novel and emerging fields of intellectual property law and to serve as a resource for stakeholders such as inventors, research institutions, universities, innovative industries, intellectual property practitioners, policymakers, and regulators. These goals will be accomplished by actively improving research and expertise in novel and emerging fields of intellectual property law.
Education and research in intellectual property law would be particularly strong points for the centre. Additionally, it would create cross-disciplinary intellectual property classes for researchers, students, and graduates in the scientific and academic fields. Additionally, the unit would be responsible for coordinating the enforcement of intellectual property laws between educational and research institutions and government agencies. The Centre's position as an authority on the subject of intellectual property law may be improved if it hosted conversations on legal, social, economic, and public concerns related to intellectual property law. The Centre seeks to provide short-term modules, seminars, workshops, and conferences in order to advance legal protections for intellectual property and Technology Law.