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GNLU - Advanced Certificate Course on Principles of Law and Economics applied to Construction Contracts

GNLU Centre for Law and Economics is going to conduct the Advanced Certificate Course on Principles of Law and Economics applied to Construction Contracts.

Course Duration: 11th - 15th January, 2016

About The Course:
Corporations are increasingly involved in devising contracts and contract relationships that can enable the best possible cooperation between the parties. This requires an understanding of the economic role served by contract clauses. The course provides an introduction to the economic theory of contract and contract law, and illustrates the application of economic theory to remedies for breach of contract, change orders and conflict resolution schemes, and the allocation of risk of changed circumstances. A case study of the contract for the construction of a bridge between Denmark and Sweden illustrates how law and economics can inform contract drafting and contract management.

The course duration is for one week starting from 11th to 15th January, 2016. Arrangement for stay during the period will be provided at the GNLU Campus, Koba, Gandhinagar on the costs of participants.

The course is designed to give the recipients both a holistic view of Law & Economics as a discipline and all the same provide opportunities to explore specific areas that are affected by its application. Lectures will be conducted by the instructor entirely in English. This will be done through 13 hours of intensive sessions (per day 2 - 3 hours).

Who Should Apply?
We invite legal scholars and students pursuing graduate or post graduate studies in the field of Law or Economics, Management and Engineering. Professionals practicing are also encouraged to participate.

Tentative Course Content:

  • Lecture 1. Introduction to the course, to the basic concepts of game theory and to basic concepts of contract theory.
  • Lecture 2. Basic Law and Economics of Contracts
  • Lecture 3. Remedies for breach of Contract
  • Lecture 4. Change orders (Variations)
  • Lecture 5. Risk allocation and changed circumstances

Cost for Participants:

  • Without Accommodation: Rs. 2000/-
  • With Accommodation (non AC room): Rs. 4500/- (Rs. 500 per day)

Participant has to bear additional cost for food as per GNLU caterer's charges.

How to Apply:
Interested participants from your university are requested to fill the following registration form.

  • Step 1: Fill the Registration form available at:
    https://docs.google.com/a/gnlu.ac.in/forms/d/1Ztpw_o1GARgnIR0a2UwxbLx9ZQlAbfunufV2H3F8MgQ/viewform?c=0&w=1
  • Step 2: Payment of Registration Fees (Demand Draft: Gujarat National Law University, Gandhinagar, and Payable at Ahmadabad)
    https://docs.google.com/a/gnlu.ac.in/forms/d/17-weM7pr7VWO0K35JRgcHszkxuvn1ObVc8G52oYfkL4/edit?usp=drive_web

Participants should submit the Google form and Demand Draft with filled application form must reach the Address mentioned below before the last date of Registration.

Deadline:
The last date for registration is 25th December, 2015.

Contact:
Mr. Rupesh Chandra Madhav
Teaching and Research Associate
Co-Coordinator, Course
Gujarat National Law University
Contact: +91-8128650863, +91-9312592866
Email: glec@gnlu.ac.in, rmadhav@gnlu.ac.in

Mr. Lalit Panda
Phone: +91-7405085178
Email: lalitp11@gnlu.ac.in

Ms. D.Priyal
Phone: +91-8141322322
Email: priyal9696@gmail.com

Gujarat National Law University
Attalika Avenue, Knowledge Corridor, Koba,
Gandhinagar - 382007, Gujarat, India
Email: glec@gnlu.ac.in
Website: www.gnlu.ac.in

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