MoU between JSW Law and NLSIU

The Bhutanese Prime Minister, Dr. Lotay Tshering, and the Prime Minister of India, Shri Narendra Modi, witnessed the exchange of documents formally establishing a bilateral partnership between JSW School of Law (JSW Law) and National Law School of India University (NLSIU), Bangalore, India. The Dean and several other law faculty and staff were on hand

Disaster Management Training

Staff and Student Representatives attended two-day training on Disaster Management conducted by Department of Disaster Management at the Law School Admin Campus, Taba. The aim of disaster management training is to build the capacity of staff and students to improve preparedness and response at all levels before during and after disasters and to work together

Research Conference concluded

Lyonpo Tshering Wangchuck, the Chief Justice of Bhutan and Chairperson of the Governing Council of JSW Law, graced the closing session of the three-day international research conference “Public Law, Legal Orders and Governance: Regulating Globalisation in Asia.” “The need to regulate and mitigate adverse effects of economic globalization has never been more critical than in

A three-day Research Conference

Her Royal Highness Princess Sonam Dechan Wangchuck, the Honourable President of JSW School of Law today graced the opening ceremony of a three-day research conference on “Public Law, Legal Orders and Governance: Regulating Globalisation in Asia,” co-hosted by JSW School of Law (Bhutan) and the University of Victoria (Canada). Legal scholars and experts from nearly

Prof. Dorji Gyeltshen at the 15th IATS Seminar

Prof. Dorji Gyeltshen and his colleague, Prof. Manuel Lopez Zafra (USA) presented a paper titled “Buddhist Monastic Education in the 21st Century: The Case of Bhutan” on 9th July 2019 at the 15th International Association for Tibetan Studies (IATS) Seminar 2019 in Paris, France. The seminar is organized collaboratively by the National Institute of Asian Languages and Civilizations

Punahou School in Hawaii (USA) visited JSW School of Law

A delegation of 24 students and three teachers from Punahou School in Hawaii (USA) visited JSW School of Law this morning.  Alongside JSW Law’s first-year students, they attended lectures by Dean Sangay Dorjee and Professor Sonam Tshering.  Founded in 1841, Punahou School has educated numerous politicians, artists, entrepreneurs, and athletes, including former U.S. President Barack

Vacancy Announcement

JSWLAW/5/HRM-06/2018-2019/ 19                           8th July, 2019                                VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT             JSW Law Project (JSWLP) is pleased to announce a vacancy for the following positions:   Sl. No Position Title Slot Remarks   1 Site Supervisor (Preferably Civil Engineer) 3 Please click here to

The Kathmandu Dialogue

Five students from the JSW Law Class of 2022 have arrived in Kathmandu, Nepal, to attend The Kathmandu Dialogue.  The conference is a 10-day international summer school on the topic of “The Asian Century: Understanding Geo-Economics and Geo-Politics in Asia.”  The students are Mr. Leki Tshering, Ms. Sonam Yangchen, Ms. Tshering Dechen, Ms. Ugyen Pem,