Seminar on Australian Legal System and Migration Law

The Department of Law organized a highly informative seminar on the Australian legal system and migration law on May 22, 2023. The event aimed to provide valuable insights into the legal framework of Australia, with a specific focus on migration laws and regulations.

The seminar, held at the Library Auditorium, witnessed a turnout of law students from the Department, eagerly looking forward to enhancing their knowledge in the field. The highlight of the event was the esteemed guest speaker, Solicitor Mr. S. Senthilrajan, who brought extensive expertise and experience in Australian law.

The interactive session commenced with an introduction by the Head of the Department of Law, emphasizing the significance of understanding international legal systems, particularly in the context of migration. Mr. Senthilrajan then took the stage, captivating the audience with his profound knowledge and engaging delivery style.

Throughout the seminar, Mr. Senthilrajan delved into the intricacies of the Australian legal system, shedding light on key aspects of migration law and its implications. He discussed various visa categories, the application process, and the rights and responsibilities of migrants within the Australian legal framework. Attendees had the opportunity to ask questions, enabling an enriching and interactive learning experience.

The seminar also highlighted recent updates and changes in Australian migration law, allowing the participants to stay up to date with the evolving legal landscape. Mr. Senthilrajan shared practical examples, case studies, and real-life scenarios, enabling the law students to grasp the complexities and challenges faced by legal practitioners in this field.