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My NLSIU classes resume for the 2009/2010 season

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I resumed attending my NLS classes last week. However, it is going to be focused solely on trying to bridge the gaps where I had not attended last season else there will be repetition. I need to take up the exams also due in February 2010 and that will bring this law school course in IPR law to a logical close and ready for application to the real world.

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Written by Naveen Athresh

November 8, 2009 at 5:05 pm

Anaryst – The intellectual property game / pre-review / unboxing/first look

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Anaryst - the board game - unboxing#1

Anaryst - the board game - unboxing#1

I bought this first of it’s kind IPR game. My love for IPR is well documented in past posts and I have even been attending National law school for the last 1+ year in the specialized course run by them on IPR law.

This looks to be a very promising game designed and developed by an IPR lawyer, Pravin Anand. Kudos to him for recognizing the need for something of this kind and this will definitely go a long way it educating our youth and the younger genre on the importance of IPR. Read the rest of this entry »

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July 4, 2009 at 11:29 am

NLSIU classes/update

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It’s been a long time since I blogged about this endeavor I have undertaken.

I have to say that I found this course more demanding than what I envisaged. I had to postpone taking up my examinations to Jan 2010 due to time constraints I faced in balancing both my studies at NLSIU and my work schedule that has become hectic. I had 4 papers and 1 viva voce that I will take up in January 2010. Read the rest of this entry »

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June 21, 2009 at 8:46 am

NLSIU classes

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In my iPhone mania, I have not written enough about this critical piece of my law studies!

My NLSIU classes are chugging along but they are extremely knowledgable profs, obviously of high caliber (given they coach regular BA, LLB grads of NLSIU) and we attend classes in the BA, LLB classrooms of the prestigious institution. The soft part aside, there is a lot of difference between just reading the material versus physically attending the classes in such part-time courses. Read the rest of this entry »

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September 1, 2008 at 2:54 pm

Started my exciting classroom sessions at NLSIU!

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https://ecofin.wordpress.com/2008/07/27/i-am-officially-a-student-of-national-law-school-nlsiu-for-the-ipr-course/

I spent the whole day today at the National law school on my induction program to the course and in the second half of the day, a detailed introductory session on what is in store for us in the future classroom sessions!

It looks to be exciting. Morning was spent on the registrations etc. The surroundings are really lovely green and lush greenery all around for kilometers together in Nagarbhavi! What a setting to study IPR law! I could not have chosen a better school.

The topics look challenging as on the course material provided! Since this is a part-time course, a lot of the studying will have to come from my side similar to my IIFT EMIB degree; I will spend my time on the weekends at the law school attending classes.

The library session itself was almost one full hour! I am going to utilize their library to the maximum to up my knowledge of law! My grandfather was an acclaimed lawyer almost a century ago and I hope to emulate him albeit in a specialized field of interest of IPR law as applied to my field i.e. Information technology – the law of the modern land!

Will post details on my future posts but NLSIU, here I come!

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August 3, 2008 at 7:30 pm

I am officially a student of the National law school, NLSIU for the IPR course

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My classes commence from the next weekend. Will keep posting regular updates on my progress on this course in the months to come.

Written by Naveen Athresh

July 27, 2008 at 3:11 pm