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Vidhitsa Law Institute of Global and Technology Affairs

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Our Research History

Research is multi-faceted, in a sense that it affects and can inspire contexts, within or even beyond the scope of academics. As a skill, research has its own value in the field of law, as it engages stakeholders and learners to look at problems, quite differently.

Here is a glance at the research contributions developed by our analysts and researchers in these years.

Read the complete report on VLiGTA's Research History. 

Research: Overview

"A lawyer should become a problem solver, a conflict manager. Litigation is only a subset of lawyering skills."

L Nageswara Rao

Formerly Judge, Supreme Court of India

A genuine question could arise as to how should we look at the field of law, when it comes to imparting actions, and creating real impact. Always it has been the case that the trajectory of applying law, is guided by the interpretation of realities that policies anticipate. Interestingly, policies could be a government's placeholder for governance, but multiple stakeholders emerge for different realities, including the problems which emanate. 

As a dynamic and young generation of lawyers and law professionals are set to take the helm of affairs in the legal fraternity with time, we also have a generation of enthused policy geeks, who in their own right, in their own field, bear competence in understanding realities and providing solutions. 

Although, in Indian Law, the example of Section 45 of the Indian Evidence Act, 1872 is usually referred to, when it comes to the inclusion of experts in the legal system (especially in matters related to judicial governance), it has become necessary to anticipate the potential that law and policy as two distinct fields, can bring when used together. VLiGTA thus aims to revisit and transform policy landscapes in India and the Indo-Pacific region, with a global outlook, to expand legal innovation with policy conscious outlooks.

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