Centers for Research

Alliance Center for Communication and Internet Law (ACCIL), a center that engages academicians, jurists and practitioners in research and training on cyber laws at Alliance School of Law, Alliance University, proposed to start the one-year, mixed-mode, Post Graduate Diploma in Cybercrime and E-commerce Law (PGDCEL) course. The course is aimed at preparing its graduates for rewarding careers in various legal roles and responsibilities, while it comprehensively builds and reinforces in them the proficiency skills of legal expertise and an in-depth conceptual understanding of cyber laws and its applications to the protection, infringement and commercialization of digital information in a global context. Graduates undergo rigorous training on the statutes and case law that define and explain cybercrime as also their relevance to privacy, piracy, authentication, consumer protection and strategies for network protection in a global context.

PGDCEL is a carefully crafted course where graduates gain practical insights and academic perspectives on cybercrime and e-commerce law and study subjects such as e-contract and cyber tort; electronic and mobile commerce; the jurisprudence of electronic communication and cyber space; electronic communication crimes and cybercrimes; intellectual property law and the electronic and digital environment; electronic evidence; cyber forensics and technology court, among others. While PGDCEL is designed as a classroom-based program of study, it provides unmatched flexibility and classroom interactivity to students and working professionals who are unable to pursue a full-time program in cybercrime and e-commerce law, by offering an online mode of study.

Alliance Center for Intellectual Property Studies (ACIPS), a center that engages academicians, jurists and practitioners in research and training on the promotion and protection of IP rights at the Alliance School of Law, Alliance University, offers the one-year, mixed-mode, Post Graduate Diploma in Patent and Intellectual Property Laws (PGDPIPL) course. The course is aimed at preparing its graduates for rewarding careers in various intellectual property protection roles, while it comprehensively builds and reinforces in them the proficiency skills of legal expertise and an in-depth conceptual understanding of patent and intellectual property protection regimes in the global context.

Graduates will also study the legal dimensions of IP law and jurisprudence across a wide variety of fields such as biosciences and pharma, industrial research and development, information technology, engineering and design and law enforcement. Although the course is classroom based, it offers unmatched flexibility and interactivity through its online study mode to students who are unable to pursue a full-time program in IP rights.

Graduates undergo rigorous training in the laws and processes related to intellectual property rights, including relevant applications and procedures that define and explain protection, maintenance, remedies against infringement of IP rights, IP licensing and IP valuation. PGDPIPL is a carefully crafted course where graduates gain practical insights and academic perspectives on IP rights and their protection and study subjects such as protection and maintenance of copyright, trademark and design; patent litigation and dispute resolution; and IP transaction and management. The course also develops critical abilities of graduates in the areas of technical, legal and IP management skills related to the protection, infringement and commercialization of intellectual property rights.