NALSAR operates on the understanding that Universities are spaces that create, disseminate and process knowledge; and knowledge – especially in this fast globalizing world – knows no frontiers. Further, ideas can be seen from multiple angles. We recognize that not only is there a legal dimension to most fields, but also that applied legal research cannot happen without inter-sectoral collaborations and inter-disciplinary work.
To this end the University has undertaken collaborative research with the Centre for Cellular and Molecular Biology, Hyderabad; the Centre for Children, Law, and Ethics, Cumberland Law School, Samford University; Centre for Disability Law and Policy, University of Ireland, Galway; and LANDESA, India.
In case you are interested in such collaboration, please visit partnering with us.
The outcome documents from these collaborations are available at our open access initiative.