The International Law and Policy Society (ILPS) of NLUO is a pedagogical society focusing on international conventions, regulations, and recent developments. International law, according to us, is of paramount importance, primarily because it helps countries throughout the world maintain cordial relations with each other and initiate access to fundamental human rights. The primary aim of our society is to spread adequate awareness about the various facets of international law.
ILPS has, via research, working papers, publications, seminars, webinars, conferences, projects, and engagement provided a platform for intellectual dialogue on contemporary issues of public international law and foreign policy.
We at ILPS aim to rejuvenate consciousness amongst the masses through our ILPS posts, blogs, and monthly newsletters. The blogs focus on all the cardinal changes in the international law arena, and the newsletter aims to cover all the major updates of a particular month and streamline them accordingly for better understanding. All these are student-edited and are kept up-to-date by the members of our society working together.
Our society, through the website, expects to interact with an array of parties, including scholars, universities, think tanks, and intergovernmental organizations.
The International Law and Policy Society at National Law University Odisha is a student-run organisation also called ILPS. It is the only society at the university that covers every aspect of international law and policy, its main objective is to increase awareness of public and private international law among law students, especially those who are considering it as a possible topic of study or career. The club’s other objectives include fostering scholarly and general legal discourse on current issues in international law and policy, as well as fostering discussion and knowledge creation on these issues. ILPS plans small- and large-scale events on current advances in international law in addition to speaking engagements, essay writing competitions and other activities.
ILPS has previously held seminars on subjects like terrorism, international trade, and international law in practice. ILPS offers a collaborative environment for international law practitioners, scholars, practitioners, and leaders to exchange ideas. Former Ambassador to Afghanistan Mr Gautam Mukhopadhaya, Former Ambassador to Kazakhstan, Sweden and Latvia Mr Ashok Sajjanhar, Former Ambassador to Denmark and Côte d’Ivoire Madam Neelam Deo and Research Scholar Mr Gazi Hassan have all delivered lectures and keynote addresses in events organised by ILPS in the past.
The International Law and Policy Society is one of the most active student organizations on campus with a strong relationship with its alumni network, which gives students the opportunity to familiarize themselves with the areas of international trade, investment law, and policy issues. The society has made a name for itself in a short period of time by doing exemplary work and showing a great amount of passion and dedication to the cause.