Americas – USA, Canada & Latin America

A.   Academic Initiatives

A.Through JGU’s partnership network with top institutions in the US, JGU has established special tracks where students studying our degree programmes can gain entry into advanced courses in American Universities and complete them in shorter duration. The latest such partnership signed in November 2017 is with Cornell Law School allowing JGLS students GLS to pursue a dual degree programme at Cornell.


B.JGU @ Harvard – Harvard @ JGU
BOOK Talk & Discussion by Professor David B. Wilkins – Lester Kissel Professor of Law, Vice Dean for Global Initiatives on the Legal Profession, and Faculty Director of the Center on the Legal Profession and the Center for Lawyers and the Professional Services Industry at Harvard Law School. – Wednesday, 13 December 2017
 Vice Chancellor of O.P. Jindal Global University and an Alumni of Harvard at Harvard Law School during World Bicentennial Summit
A.     JGU anStanford University hostea JoinProgramme on Laof Democracy  IndiField Study: April, 2017 The programme was conducted under the auspices of the Centre for Post Graduate Legal Studies at the Jindal Global Law School.
Conference by Harvard & Jindal University Moots Comprehensive Health Coverage in India:
O.P. Jindal Global University in collaboration with Harvard Global Health Institute and the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health hosted an international conference, that brought
C. First Joint Conference by JGU and UC Davis on Law, Institutions & Justice:
Understanding The Role and Responsibility of The ‘Public’ And The ‘Private’ Institutions in Policymaking and Governance Professor Peter Lee, Professor Angela Harris, Professor Afra Afsharipour, and Professor Ashutosh Bhagwat from UC Davis Law School during the conference at JGU
A. Mr. Khagesh Gautam, Associate Professor of Law and Assistant Dean (Research and Publications) Jindal Global Law School taught at William S. Richardson School of Law (WSR) at University of Hawaii.“ I taught a course on comparative constitutional law at the William S. Richardson School of Law (WSR) at U. of Hawaii. The focus of the course was specifically on US and Indian constitutions. Teaching in WSR was a great experience.

I had a good class that comprised of very diligent students who were eager to learn more about the Indian Constitutions. The papers that my students wrote were very impressive. Discussions in class were full of energy and enthusiasm. Apart from that, it is a beautiful campus and the weather in January was great. I met several other faculty members there and all of them were very welcoming. All in all, it was avery pleasant experience.”
B. Mr. Avirup Bose, Assistant Professor, Jindal Global Law School (JGLS) “From JGU’s global network, I got this opportunity to teach a short 2 credit course, titled – Antitrust Strategy in Asia at UC Davis Schoolof Law. The entire focus was to design a course keeping in mind that the course needs to be selected by JD students as an elective from a host of other options.”

Jindal – Harvard Summer School – The Summer School on Human Rights in Development is a partnership between the Program on Human Rights in Development (PHRD) at the Harvard T.Chan School of Public Health and O.P. Jindal Global University.

JGU-Harvard students interacting during the Jindal Harvard Summer School Programme 2017

Columbia US Business Law Academy – Jindal Global Law School ( JGLS) Programme: Each year a group of 15 students from across programmes at the Jindal Global Law School to spends three weeks as a part of the Columbia US Business Law Academy at the premises of Columbia University in New York including visits to a number of top-tier New York law firms.
Exchange Student – Ms.  Christina  Lizzi,  J.D.  Candidate,  December  2017 William S. Richardson School of Law, University of Hawai’i at Mānoa “I attended O.P. Jindal Global Law School as an international exchange student in the Spring of 2017. I highly encourage any student to spend a semester at JGU. The modern campus is set outside the busy city-limits of Delhi, but close enough to have a rich array of experiences both on and off- campus. On campus, I took classes from acclaimed faculty in line with my current focus on environmental law at my home institution. Other faculty and staff were also ready mentors, regardless of whether I was enrolled in their class or not. I was impressed by the diversity of the faculty and the wide-ranging areas of expertise that they represented. I enjoyed being part of a community of international students and the larger body of student at the JGU. Not only did I learn about India through the Indian students who welcomed me with such kindness, but I learned about the world through new friendships with students from Germany, Tibet, Mozambique, China, Kenya, and other countries. I also saw the power of bringing students from such diverse countries together at one institution. I witnessed relationships between Tibetan and Chinese students being forged and as an United States citizen, made my first friends from Afghanistan and came to better understand the relationship of our countries. I also enjoyed the multiple cultural festivals organized at JGU. With support of JGU’s staff, I was also able to arrange a class schedule enabling me to complete an internship at the Principal Bench of the National Green Tribunal in addition to my coursework. My internship continued into the summer after classes ended and provided an opportunity to apply the knowledge I learned in the classroominareal-world setting. In my free time, I also traveled throughout Northern India, deepening my understanding of Indian culture. I saw the Dalai Lama in Dharamsala, learned from gurus in the birthplace of yoga – Rishikesh, and saw where Saint Mother Theresa did her life’s work in Calcutta. I also visited the iconic Taj Mahal andsites throughout Delhi. I hope that your time at JGU will be as fulfilling as mine and open your eyes to a new way of understanding, ultimately enriching you academically, personally, andprofessionally. Namaste.”