THANK YOU ALL FOR APPLYING WITH US! JSW Law application portal for the class 2024 admission is closed on 06/01/2019 at 11:11 PM. For more detail on LSAT and other information about admission, please check our admissions site at admission.jswlaw.bt
JSW Law shall remain closed for winter break for the academic year 2018 from 18th December 2018 till 13th January 2019. The Law School will re-open on Monday, the 14th January 2019.
JSW Law would like to announce that the admission process for the class of 2024 will begin from November 11, 2018. Interested Class XII graduate or soon-to-be graduates are invited to apply. For more information please visit our admission website at admission.jswlaw.bt
In reference to advertisement No.JSWLAW/5/HRM-02/2018-2019/220 dated 18th September 2018, Jigme Singye Wangchuck School of Law is pleased to re-announce vacancy for the following posts: Sl. No Position Title Slot Qualification 1 Security Guard 2 – Preferably Ex-Armed Force Personnel with Basic Reading & Writing Skills; – Aged 25-50 years; – Contract based for 1 year;
The JSW Law is pleased to announce the selection results for various positions: Click here for more Information Note: Candidates are requested to kindly make an appeal, if any, regarding the selection process within ten (10) working days from the date of declaration of the result to Human Resource Officer at firstname.lastname@example.org or contact 365304 during office
VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT JSWLAW/5/HRM-02/2017-18/485 16th April, 2018 The Jigme Singye Wangchuck School of Law is pleased to announce vacancy for the following post: Position
The Bhutanese pop band, The Back Beads, surprised JSW Law Students with an impromptu performance at JSW Law’s academic campus in Taba, Thimphu. Sonam Jigme Tshering (lead guitarist and vocalist) and Tandin Wangchuk (bass guitarist and vocalist) performed as part of a running assignment for students enrolled in the first-year contracts course, taught by Stephan
Sonam Tshering, lecturer in law, authored an opinion piece titled “Are our electoral laws too restrictive and the citizen’s right to information forgotten?” which appeared in the 17 March issue of Kuensel. The piece analyzes the regulatory environment surrounding the national media’s coverage of campaigns and elections, in advance of this year’s national parliamentary elections.
The Research Centre hosted its first “Faculty Research Forum” lunchtime lecture, delivered by Vice Dean Michael Peil, on the topic of curriculum design at the law school. The presentation was the first in a series of in-house lectures organized by the Research Centre as a forum for JSW Law’s teaching and research faculty to present,
Jigme Singye Wangchuck School of Law is pleased to announce our selected candidates for the 2023 batch. We congratulate everyone of them for making it in JSW Law. Although we regret to inform for those who didn’t make it, but we wish them a very best in pursuing their dreams. Kindly click on the link