Technological innovation, literary and artistic genius along with commercial identity together form the bedrock of a thriving nation in the global economy. Naturally, therefore, it is quintessential to provide adequate legal recognition and protection to every person for the toils and products of her mind.

That said, it is equally important to be mindful of the interests of the larger public and their reasonably unhindered access to essential art and technology. Balance is key. And where do we find our key?

Enter, the world of Intellectual Property Rights! The ILS IPR Cell has been established in 2013 to help create and nurture the future architects of this world. Mindful of our goal, we aim to engage in the following activities:

  • Understand, recognize and respect IPRs;
  • Provide our students with overall knowledge and teach a holistic view of various intellectual property rights and policy; .
  • Sensitize the students with current issues & challenges in the field of IP at National and International Level through weekly sessions;
  • Conduct IPR awareness workshops for various stakeholders.
  • Conduct exhaustive and insightful Certificate/ Diploma courses in IPR;
  • To provide consultancy services in IPR through our IP Clinic.

The constitution of the Cell for academic year 2018-19 is as follows:-

Faculty Coordinators:-

  1. Suvarna S. Nilakh
  2. Arati Tayde

Student Coordinators:-

  1. Pranita Saboo (V BA.LL.B.)
  2. Kattamreddy Divya Chaitanya (V BA.LL.B.)
  3. Shreya Kunwar (IV BA.LL.B.)
  4. Surabhi Smita (IV BA.LL.B.)
  5. Atharva Diwe (III BA.LL.B.)
  6. Vivek Sharma (III BA.LL.B.)

IPR Reports

  1. IPR Report 2017-18
  2. IPR Report 2016-17
  3. IPR Report 2015-16
  4. IPR Report 2014-15
  5. IPR Report 2013-14

IPR Activities

  1. IPR Cell 2017-18
  2. IPR Certificate Course January 2018
  3. Media Law Conference
  4. National Conference On IPR 2017
  5. National Moot Court on IPR 2016-17
  6. IPR Week 2015-16
  7. IPR Cell IP Week 2015
  8. National Seminar on Current Issues in Intellectual Property Rights in India
  9. IPR Seminar Brochure 2015-16