Vacancy Re-Announcement

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;

SELECTION RESULTS FOR VARIOUS POSITIONS

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 hr@jswlaw.bt or contact 365304 during office

Vacancy Announcement

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

Kuensel publishes Sonam Tshering opinion piece

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.

RENEW announces JSW Law-supported Consensus Building Programme

Faculty from the JSW Law clinic today joined Respect.Educate.Nurture.Empower.Women (RENEW), the National Commission on Women and Children (NCWC), the Royal Bhutan Police (RBP), the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA), and the United Nations Entity for Gender Equality and the Empowerment of Women (UN Women) to launch a 410-page Consensus Building Facilitation Manual. JSW Law’s Honourable

Second presentation in Visiting Scholar Lecture Series

Professor Wolfram Schaffar presented the second Visiting Scholars Lecture at JSW Law. Prof. Schaffar candidly shared his ongoing research through the presentation entitled, “The Chinese Belt-and-Road Initiative and its Influence on Neighboring Countries: The Case of Thailand.” The presentation provided JSW Law students and faculty a glimpse into the current discourse on this regionally relevant