The Cell for Studies in Intellectual Property Rights (CSIPR) was established in the National Law Institute University, Bhopal, with an aim to promote and develop knowledge in Intellectual Property Rights (IPR). The primary goal of the CSIPR is to enhance awareness of IPR in the University by involving students in a meaningful discourse.
In order to do so, the CSIPR organizes conferences, seminars and guest lectures regularly. The CSIPR promotes research in IPR across India by organizing presentation of research papers by students and research scholars. In conducting these programmes, the CSIPR has worked in collaboration with authorities, such as the Ministry of Human Resource and Development and renowned organizations like the Consortium of Women Entrepreneurs of India.
The CSIPR facilitates publication of the annual flagship NLIU IPR Law Journal, which publishes articles on various national and international issues of IPR law. Through the Journal, the CSIPR aims to introduce students to myriad aspects of IPR, so as to enable them to gain a deeper insight into the multitude of contemporary issues surrounding it.
PROF. (DR.) GHAYUR ALAM [Chairperson, CSIPR]
Prof. (Dr.) Ghayur Alam is the senior most Professor of Law at NLIU, Bhopal. He has been a part of the University since its inception. Being one of the most distinguished academicians in the field of law, Prof. Alam has many publication in the forms of books, articles and handbooks to his credit. Furthermore, he has authored/co-authored many reports for various departments of the govt. Nonetheless his area of interest lies in the field of Intellectual Property Rights and Business Laws (a subject he also teaches).
Jacob is a law student at National Law Institute University, Bhopal. Apart from the laws relating to Intellectual Property Law and technology, he has a profound interest in International Commercial Arbitration and International Trade law. He is also a passionate mooter and a national level chess player.
Palak is a fourth-year student at National Law Institute University, Bhopal and the current Secretary of CSIPR. Her areas of interest lie in the field of Intellectual Property Right laws, Cyber law and dispute resolution.
Jay is a 4th year student at NLIU, Bhopal. The role of Intellectual Property Laws play in stimulating innovation and monetizing research interests him deeply. He is also a fitness enthusiast and loves photography.