Deductive Analysis of Non-Doctrinal Research on Continuing Legal Education

Deductive Analysis of Non-Doctrinal Research on Continuing Legal Education

The Indian institutes of Management (IIMs) are premier educational institutes of India, the mettle of which is recognized internationally. We, at CFPS, are proud to have partnered with IIM Kashipur, for a project sanctioned to them by the Department of Justice, Ministry of Law, Government of India, for the National Action Research Project on Continuing Legal Education for practising lawyers, judges and legal academicians, relating to Continuing Legal Education for advocates, judges, legal academicians etc., especially via Massive Online Open Courses (MOOCs). CFPS conducted an extensive survey with stakeholders in Delhi and presented an analysis of the non-doctrinal research, which was much appreciated by IIM-Kashipur.

Karmanye Thadani

Karmanye Thadani

An alumnus of Gujarat National Law University, Gandhinagar, Karmanye has studied summer course(s) in International Human Rights Law from the Oxford University and London School of Economics. He secured a gold medal in his master’s degree in International Relations from the Jindal School of International Affairs, O.P. Jindal Global University Sonipat. He has worked in eminent public policy think-tanks and has also contributed articles to reputed journals and media portals like the Times of India and Tehelka. He has co-authored several acclaimed books such as ‘India and China: Negotiating Spaces in the Narratives’; ‘Onslaughts on Free Speech in India by Means of Unwarranted Film Bans’; and ‘Women and Sport in India and the World: Examining the History and Suggesting Policy Reforms’. He has also appeared on the news channel Times Now in the ‘Youth Parliament’ debate on Foreign Policy, alongside luminaries such as G. Parthasarthy, Brahma Chellaney and Maroof Raza.