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Nalsar ties up with US varsity

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Hyderabad, Dec. 17

Nalsar University has signed a memorandum of understanding with the US-based University of Oklahoma. The agreement was signed at a two-day international conference on `Impact of TRIPS - Indo US exchange' at NALSAR University held on Saturday. The MoU will facilitate exchange of faculty and students between the two law schools.

"This is the first step of friendship in the direction of cooperation between both the law schools," Prof. Andrew M. Coats, Dean of University of Oklahoma and Director of the Law Centre, said.

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