[The following announcement is posted on behalf of NALSAR’s Centre for Air and Space Law (CASL)]
One of the contemporary but neglected areas in the Indian legal realm is Air and Space laws. To fill this gap and to promote further studies and research in the aerospace law, the NALSAR University of Law established the advanced Centre for Air and Space Law (CASL) in 2005 with the objective of promoting the study and research in the field of aviation and space laws and related policies. Since then, NALSAR-CASL has continually promoted the study of Air and Space Law by introducing courses on Air and Space Law, conducting National and International Conferences, Moot Courts, Workshops and also publishing Newsletters, Books and Articles, besides awarding a few M.Phils. and Ph.Ds.
In continuance of the said practice NALSAR has recently introduced the following innovative courses for the academic year 2014-15:
(i) Two Years Master’s Degree in Aviation Law and Air Transport Management (MALATM);
(ii) Two Years Master’s Degree in Space and Telecommunications Laws (MSTL);
(iii) One Year PG Diploma in Aviation Law and Air Transport Management (PGDALATM); and
(iv) One Year Post - Graduate Diploma in GIS & Remote Sensing Laws (PGDGIS&RS).
Further information regarding these courses, including course structure, eligibility and admissions is available at www.casl.nalsar.ac.in.