International Nuclear Law Association
Nuclear Law Association
Nuclear Law Association (NLA) has been established in 2011 at New Delhi, India. The Association is a forum for the legal community to discuss issues relating to peaceful use of nuclear energy in India. NLA aims to promote knowledge sharing and influence policy formulation through seminars, research and outreach. Read more about NLA's objectives.
NLA is conceived as a think-tank and aims to be a center of excellence in nuclear energy law research. Professionals and students with interest in nuclear energy law and policy both from India and abroad may get involved with NLA.
NLA is collaborating with the International Nuclear Law Association (INLA) as its India Section.
INLA, established in 1970 in Belgium, is an international association of lawyers specialising in law relating to peaceful uses of nuclear energy. INLA's main aim is to strengthen relations among lawyers active in this field, to facilitate exchange of information and promote cooperation. Today, INLA has more than 700 members spread over all over the world. More information about INLA
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AnnouncementsNLA General Secretary Els Reynaers Kini elected as INLA President for the term 2015-2016
New Publication: Proceedings Summary of the Third NLA Annual Meeting: “Nuclear Energy and Indian Society: Public Engagement, Risk Assessment and Legal Frameworks”: Download
Nuclear energy and risk assessment by Indian courts: analysis of judicial intervention in the Kudankulam Nuclear Power Project: Download
Journal of Risk Research Publication: “Nuclear energy law and decision-making in India”, Volume 17, Issue 1, 2014: Special Issue
Akshay Shandilya, student of Hidayatullah National Law University is appointed as 'NLA Student Coordinator'
Second Annual Meeting of the Nuclear Law Association: "India's nuclear energy sector: Business opportunities and legal challenges", 2 March 2013, Mumbai, India: Special report
NLA in association with Symbiosis Law School (SLS), Pune organised a 2 day 'nuclear law' course for SLS students during 10-11 August 2013: Details & Photos
MoU signed between NLA and National Law School, Delhi for a range of academic collaboration