This course is offered as part of a partnership between UNSW Law and VM Salgaocar College of Law. The purpose of the program will be to expose students from both institutions to new legal, political and cultural paradigms through the prism of international and comparative perspectives on children’s rights and family law. This course will provide up to 10 UNSW Law Students with an opportunity to visit VM Salgaocar College of Law for a 10 day planned program including attending relevant classes on child rights and law reform in India, learning about the legal aid and child rights clinical program that is operated by VM Salgaocar College of Law in Goa, and learning generally about the Indian and Goan legal systems and taking relevant legal site visits.
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