Student at Law is delighted to commence registrations for Batch VI of its ‘first of its kind’ Online Certificate Course on International Environmental Law.
International Environmental Law is one of the most dynamic fields of International Law and is an essential part of today’s global legal regime. Much of the modern body of environmental law has been developed internationally through the adoption of various conventions & legal instruments. At the moment, there are nearly nine hundred international legal instruments either primarily directed to international environmental issues or containing important environmental law provisions.
Developing countries such as India constantly face the daunting task of implementing these legal instruments and Multilateral Environmental Agreements. Organizations, both international and national are thus always on the lookout for researchers, lawyers and consultants proficient in environmental law.
This online certificate course on International Environmental Law is a 5 weeks course aimed to provide participants with a comprehensive knowledge of International Environmental Law.
Through this course participants will be able to identify and understand:
• Main concepts and principles of International Environmental Law
• Framework, procedural aspects and negotiations of MEAs
• Major principle areas of International Environmental Law
• Concept and main elements of International Environmental Governance
• Co relation between International Environmental Law and other legal regimes
Course Duration: June 02 to July 06, 2014
Course Fee: Rs. 2,500/-
Demand Draft: May 25, 2014
Online Payment: May 28, 2014
Mode of Delivery: Online. This course will be delivered through Student at Law’s state-of-the-art Learning Management System [LMS].
Participants can register through:
1. Debit/Credit Cards or Netbanking
Please click here to register through online payment.
2. Demand Drafts
Please click here to register through demand draft.
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