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The National Law School of India University (NLSIU) and the University of Sydney Law School have signed a memorandum of understanding to further collaboration. 

The partnership will explore opportunities of mutual benefit such as academic staff visits between law schools to participate in teaching, training and research collaboration, student mobility programs and other joint activities.

NLSIU Registrar N S Nigam said the collaboration draws on the research and teaching strengths of both the universities.

"We are excited to begin an academic partnership that is bound to grow exponentially in the future. Australia and India share a common legal heritage and language, and it is important that we take this legacy forward in the best way possible.”

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