While the Faculty of Law of the University of Colombo celebrates its Diamond Jubilee with 75 years of teaching, research, advocacy and service to the public of Sri Lanka, we, the Thulawa Association aspires to amplify these efforts of the Faculty of Law by enhancing student participation in new creative ventures of legal education.Call for Article
The Thulawa Law Magazine, our official student publication, is a tool to achieve this goal. It is a comprehensive source of legal knowledge that is accessible to all.Learn More
Creating socially responsible legal undergraduates by way of enhancing their various skills, human values and commitment to the society, valuing free education and serving society in return, with gratitudeLearn More
The Thulawa Association, established by the Faculty of Law at University of Colombo, aims to educate citizens on legal knowledge and create a law-abiding society. The Thulawa Law Magazine, an official student publication, was first published in 2016 and aims to provide comprehensive legal knowledge to the public.About Us
with Legal Knowledge to Create a Law-Abiding Society. Our official student publication, is a tool to achieve this goal. It is a comprehensive source of legal knowledge that is accessible to all.
A jurist can obey the letter of the law and violate its spirit, or it can follow the spirit of the law and violate the letter of the law. I want someone who can reconcile the letter and the spirit of the law without partisan feelings
Commercial law is a branch of law that deals with business and commerce related transactions and disputes with agreements between other parties.
Constitutional Law is the study of the principles and laws that govern a country's government and its relationship with citizens.
International law is the set of rules, norms, and standards generally recognized as binding between states.
Civil law deals with non-criminal disputes and rights between individuals and organizations
Property Law deals with the legal rights and regulations of ownership, use, and transfer of property
Our mission is to empower citizens with the knowledge and understanding of the law, so they can protect themselves and their rights.
Thulawa Law Magazine is the official student publication of the Law Faculty of Colombo University, the only law faculty in Sri Lanka's public university system. The socialization of law through a lasting and practical method is necessary to provide comprehensive legal knowledge that affects the entire student community of the college and the entire Sri Lankan society.
At Thulawa, we believe in the power of education to positively impact society. Our mission is to equip our members and students with the necessary resources and guidance to excel in contemporary legal topics, and to contribute to the advancement of the academic and student experience of our community.
Thulawa is committed to providing a comprehensive legal education to our members and students. We strive to create a platform that fosters intellectual exchange and professional growth in the field of Law. Our aim is to equip our members with the necessary resources and guidance to excel in contemporary legal topics and contribute to society.
Thulawa is dedicated to enhancing the academic and student experience of our members and students. We strive to provide a comprehensive legal education that equips our members with the necessary resources and guidance to excel in contemporary legal topics.
Our organization is led by a dedicated Executive Committee, elected each year from among the fourth year undergraduates of the Faculty of Law of the University of Colombo. Together, we work tirelessly to ensure that Thulawa remains a dynamic and relevant organization that meets the needs of our members and students.
The Opinions Page features opinion articles, op-eds, reviews by undergraduates and editorials by the Editorial Board.
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