Oceania- Australia and New Zealand

A. JGLS becomes first Indian law college to be recognized by Australia –
The path to practicing in Australia has been made easier for students of Jindal Global Law
School (JGLS), after the Law Council of Australia (LCA) recently recognized the law school.
The LCA and the Law Admissions Consultative Committee (LACC) gave the green signal to all LL.B. degrees offered at JGLS, making it the first Indian law college to be recognized by Australia.

B. Melbourne hosts delegation from O.P Jindal Global University, India –
From 11 – 15 September, AAMH hosted three colleagues from the Jindal Institute of Behavioural Sciences (JIBS) of O.P Jindal Global University India to explore ways that the two Universities can work together to help close the ever increasing mental health treatment gap in India. Over the course of the week, The Principal Director of the Institute, Professor Sanjeev Sahni, and Deputy Director Manjushree Palit and Assistant Director Dr Mohita Junnarkar, Assistant Director, visited a wide range of medical and non – medical facilities across Melbourne that have a focus
on positive mental health promotion and patient-centered care.

D. JGLS launched Advanced Sport
Law and Governance Course, 25
September 2017

An eventful evening unfolded at the Australian High Commission in New Delhi on late September 2017, as a unique course titled ‘Advanced Sport Law and Governance’, was launched by the Centre for India Australia Studies at Jindal Global Law School (JGLS).
The course was taught at the JGLS in association with the TC Beirne School of Law (University of Queensland). Law students of the
Queensland University, along with Professors Sarah Kelly and Shaun Star, attended a week long
orientation program at JGLS.

A. Australian High Commission Round Table, 06 October 2016, Reforms and Developments

in our legal systems: Australian and Indian perspectives”, in partnership with Deakin

University, the Centre for India Australia Studies, JGU and National Law University Delhi.

JGU’s Vice Chancellor along with the faculty members during the conference with University of Melbourne.

B. Roundtable discussion on “International Collaborations in Higher Education: 

An Indian Perspective” at the University of Melbourne On 14 February 2017.
Professor C. Raj Kumar, Vice Chancellor of O.P. Jindal Global University, delivered a
keynote address on “International Collaborations in Higher Education: An Indian
Perspective” at a roundtable session attended by Vice Chancellors, Deputy Vice
Chancellors, Deans and Government Officials hosted jointly by Asialink Business and the
Australia India Institute (in collaboration with the Centre for India Australia Studies) at the
University of Melbourne. Executive Director of the Centre for India Australia Studies,
Shaun Star, also played an active role in the roundtable discussions.


A. Murdoch University Immersion Programme –
Students and Faculty members experienced the “India Immersion Programme” during their 2 weeks stay at O.P. Jindal Global University “The Interaction with JGU students during the programme has added value to our learning base and there was much more than regular studies including cultural and social orientation. Having underdone the programme, all of us have leant more than we expected from the programme. Truly invaluable.” Julia Henry Law Student, Murdoch University

B. India Immersion programme for Australian Universities at JGU – January 2018