Law & Us Blog for IFIM Law School
ABOUT Law & Us - IFIM Law School Blog
Law & Us – IFIM Law School Blog adopts an interdisciplinary approach in legal practice based on the integration of 21st Century skills. A professional who identifies issues and deliberates using technology and management skills along with the skill of emotional intelligence while communicating with people. Law & Us Blog aims to build four strong foundations which are observation, articulation, communication, and writing to nurture efficient law students and delta lawyers.
Blogging allows students to share their opinion and continuously connect with a wide audience which enhances students’ foundational skills. The objectives are to inculcate in students the idea of creating and writing original interdisciplinary content; to work together in enhancing foundational skills and to promote the culture of writing, reading, and deliberating on it.
Law & Us Blog is an initiative by the IFIM Law School to nurture the future lawyers, encourage intellectual deliberation among students with the global law fraternity on the issues and concerns raised in the articles that will open possibilities for collaborative learning and research. The themes curated for the blog is liberal to bring together the people’s experience with the law as an appreciation, criticism, or a way forward. In brief, the blog invites the law fraternity to contribute their experience with law.
- Submissions can be made from 1st to 5th of every month by 3 PM.
- Five blogs and two vlogs a month will be considered for publishing
- Article word limit 500-800, Font Time New Roman, Size 12
- Video time limit 15 minutes, high quality
- Blog coordinators will provide a response on acceptance and improvement within 5 working days.
- Submission should be made via email with the subject Submission & Type (Blog or Vlog).
- The submission email should include a short bio and a passport size photo of the author.
- For submission and further clarifications, write to firstname.lastname@example.org
Law & Us Blog Faculty Board Members
Prof. Ananyo Mitra
Assistant Professor Law
Mr. Ananyo Mitra is with IFIM Law School since July, 2019. He has completed his LL.M degree in Public International Law from Queen Mary, University of London (Batch of 2018) and his BBA. LLB from School of Law, KIIT University (Batch of 2017). He has worked and interned in reputed research organizations, PSUs and law firms such as Indian Law Institute, The Indian Society of International Law (ISIL), Asian African Legal Consultative Organization (AALCO), Coal India Ltd. & Fox & Mandal, Solicitors & Advocates, to name a few. He has a flair for writing, and has published articles and chapters in various legal journals and books and teaches the course Research Incubation to promulgate academic research among students at the law school. He is the Faculty Coordinator of the IFIM Moot Court Committee and the Faculty Head of The Centre of Excellence for International Law (CEIL).
Mr. Aman Kumar
Assistant Professor Law
Mr. Aman Kumar did his LL.M. in International Law from the South Asian University, New Delhi. The title of his dissertation was "International Law and Legitimation of Colonialism: The Trial of Bahadur Shah Zafar and the Making of British India". He has done his B.A.LLB. with honors in ‘International Law’ and ‘Human Rights’ from National Law University, Assam. His recent publication is an article titled ‘A relook at the Principle of Uti-Possidetis in the context of the Indo-Nepal border dispute’ in Jindal Global Law Review. Prior to joining IFIM, he had been Editor of three law journals. Currently, he is on the Editorial Board of asia-blogs. He also runs his own international law blog (Indian Blog of International Law). He is interested in de-colonising international law. Currently, he is working on ‘Turn towards History of India and International Law’, ‘The 1857 ‘War’ between British and the Mughal Empire’, ‘Ambiguous status of India in the writing of Westlake’ etc.
Prof. Bob Nathanael
Assistant Professor English
Prof. Bob Nathanael is a seasoned professional in the education and training industry with a decade of rich experience in teaching individuals from around the globe. Prof. Nathanael has a knack for teaching and supporting students in the learning journey by honing their skills according to the industry demands. During his leisure, Prof. Nathanael is seen in his study room reading books in the extensive field of the Humanities such as Literature, Linguistics, History, Philosophy, Psychology, Economics, and Sociology. He pens poems for his blog and continues to exercise his thought process by writing quotes of his own.
Law & Us Student Editors
Ms. Neha Mary Bipin
Neha Mary Bipin, a 2nd year law student enjoys debating, public speaking and writing. She believes writing is all about using one's creativity to express themselves where one learns and teaches at the same time. Choosing law was one of the only few best decisions she has made in life. Law and writing are cousins as future lawyers got to polish their writing styles. Neha prefers writing over coffee and is all set to be creative being in Law & Us Blog.
Ms. Shinjinee Namhata
Shinjinee Namhata, a third-year law student, has developed her passion for research and writing since school days. Her interest further advanced to take up law for higher studies. She believes that writing skills is one of the most essentials to become a successful lawyer. Shinjinee enjoys spending time writing on topics which interest her and aims to publish them. Working with various notable law journals helped boosting her knowledge and skills to a great extent. Shinjinee has the zeal to learn and always aims to give her best through Law & Us Blog.
Ms. Samya Dwvedi
Samya Dwvedi is 3rd year BBA LLB student at IFIM LAW SCHOOL, Bengaluru. She is interested in criminal law and criminal psychology. She chose law to able to provide justice to at least a portion of people around her. Being an introvert, she finds it difficult to communicate with people and lacks the confidence to share her thoughts. Through Law & Us Blog, she hopes to communicate her thoughts and ideas to people and understand their opinion about the same.
Ms. Suvarna Pradeep Powar
Suvarna Pradeep Powar, a 3rd year BBALLB student, believes that as a law student one of the most important skill required is writing skills. Writing is Suvarna’s armour where she can express herself through it. She says: “Where nothing works, a write up could do it's magic.” Law & Us Blog will enable her to exhibit and enhance for research and writing aptitude.
Mr. Nimit Jain
Nimit Jain is pursuing his 3rd year BBA.LLB in IFIM Law School, Bangalore. He wants to specialize in the field corporate law and aims to start his own law firm. Researching and writing about his experiences has always caught his interest. So here he is writing about his experience and research and telling it to people through the medium of Law & Us Blog for IFIM Law School.
Ms. Urrvi Chawla
Urrvi Chawla, a third-year law student, holds a strapping belief that the ability to imagine things pervades our entire existence. She involves in the idea of how blogs are the essence of today’s youth, how the people around inspire her and how she wants to inspire people through her blogs. She is a quick learner and aims at being successful in all the spheres.
Ms. Poorvi Gyanchandani
Poorvi Gyanchandani is pursuing an integrated degree in BBA.LLB from IFIM LAW SCHOOL, Bengaluru. Poorvi’s law school journey in these three years have been a fun roller-coaster ride where she likes to research about new topics and jot them to be more expressive. Writing is an integral part of an individual’s life. For her writing is knowing her emotions and mind better. Poorvi’s other areas of interest apart from researching and writing is to read a lot of fiction and indulge herself in Singing and hosting college events.
Ms. Aditi Narayan
Aditi Narayan is pursuing her 3rd year in BBA-LLB at IFIM Law School, Bangalore. Being the youngest in her family, her knack for vindication developed pretty young, hence, she chose law. She is interested in International Human Rights Law and dreams to talk about it in the United Nations one day. She loves reading and writing fiction to create her own world of fantasy. Through Law & Us Blog she wants to become the voice that must be heard.