GNLU plans special course on sea laws for armed forces
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The Gujarat National Law University is going to conduct a special course for the armed forces personnel on "laws of the sea" in March next year. The short-term course will be funded by the Indian Navy.
The announcement was made by the GNLU director Bimal Patel during the release of a book on Saturday.
The 15-seat maritime law course for armed forces would include officers from the Navy, Army and Air Force, Patel said.
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