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Paper Presentations

Ever since its inception, SPIL, Mumbai has sought to encourage the interest in International Law, not only within Government Law College but on a far broader scale. SPIL wishes to accomplish this vision through its workshops, lecture series, debates and paper presentations.

Members of SPIL are presented with occasions to enrich their understanding of international law through paper presentations. The research that is put in, coupled with the presentation of the same before the other members allows a student of SPIL to grasp fundamental concepts in this field clearly. The members of this committee are encouraged to present papers on an array of topics chosen from the vast, intriguing field of international law. The students in this process attune their ability to coherently present their research to the committee and formulate an opinion in accordance with their own understanding in matters of International Law. In addition to presenting a written paper before the committee, they are given the freedom to express their ideas through various other media, such as documentaries, audio or visual clips and so forth. Thus, it can be seen that these paper presentations aid a student to hone their research and presentation skills, while at the same time allow them to creatively express themselves.

Debates

Ever since its inception, SPIL, Mumbai has sought to encourage the interest in International Law, not only within Government Law College but on a far broader scale. SPIL wishes to accomplish this vision through its workshops, lecture series, debates and paper presentations.

Debates have, through time immemorial, served as an outstanding means for thought formulation sparked by an evaluation of contrary thought. It enables the budding lawyers of our institution to hone the art of persuasion and articulate expression of thought. Students have relished the opportunity to expound theories, and deliberate upon them. Debates at our organization are always a lively and engaging experience, on a variety of subjects spanning the spectrum of international law. The enthusiastic participation of students as well as the faculty has rendered them a popular activity.

Workshops

Ever since its inception, SPIL, Mumbai has sought to encourage the interest in International Law, not only within Government Law College but on a far broader scale. SPIL wishes to accomplish this vision through its workshops, lecture series, debates and paper presentations.

Interactive sessions and Idea Exchange Programmes conducted by professors are engaging while at the same time, didactic. Members of the legal fraternity have always shown a kind interest in addressing the students in areas of their legal expertise. Workshops have served as an enjoyable means of study, departing from the usual class room technique. There have been several workshops that have dealt comprehensively with various aspects of International Law, ranging from writing papers and articles, to understanding and interpreting judgments, to understanding the various concepts of International Law.

Lecture Series

Ever since its inception, SPIL, Mumbai has sought to encourage the interest in International Law, not only within Government Law College but on a far broader scale. SPIL wishes to accomplish this vision through its workshops, lecture series, debates and paper presentations.

We cater to the students’ keen interest by identifying matters of global concern, into the subject, through interactions with experts, external Professors and sometimes even special lectures by Professors from our college. We have invited Professors from several foreign institutions to deliver discourse on certain subjects. The highlights of these lectures include the lectures by professors from Wayne State University Law School, University of Pennsylvania, Cardiff University and Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy, Singapore

Conference Co-ordination

Ever since its inception, SPIL, Mumbai has sought to encourage the interest in International Law, not only within Government Law College but on a far broader scale. SPIL wishes to accomplish this vision through its workshops, lecture series, debates and paper presentations.

SPIL recognizes the importance and the need to advance the studies of International Law, and for this purpose it has joined hands with bodies that share the same objectives. It seeks to act as an interface for students to avail of the benefits of other organizations with similar visions. For this purpose, it sends a delegation of students to attend various seminars on International Law organized by the Indian Society for International Law. It also takes pride in being a registered chapter of the prestigious International Law Students’ Association, which is renowned for its various activities such as the Jessup Moot Court Competition. SPIL also promotes other conferences, seminars and lectures that are organized by similar bodies