Partnerships - LawNK
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The Sports Law & Policy Centre, Bengaluru is an independent think-tank focused on interdisciplinary research, scholarship, education and institutional support for public and private enterprises in areas relating to the legal, policy and ethical issues affecting amateur and professional sports in India.
This think-tank is a collaboration between LawNK and GoSports Foundation.  To learn more about the Centre, its reports and its work please visit
We greatly value the work of our pro-bono clients and appreciate the opportunity to assist them with bringing the change we collectively wish to see. If you are operating a not-for-profit and require legal assistance please send us a note telling us a little more about what you do and what sort of assistance you are looking for. We currently work with and support the following organisations:
GoSports Foundation
GoSports Foundation is a non-profit venture working towards the development of some of India’s most talented emerging and elite Olympic athletes, competing in Olympic and Paralympic disciplines. LawNK houses the offices of GSF’s Managing Trustee.
Live Love Laugh Foundation
The Live Love Laugh Foundation seeks to champion the cause of mental health awareness in India, with a focus on depression.
Increasing Diversity by Increasing Access (IDIA)
Increasing Diversity by Increasing Access is a project that was initiated to reach out to marginalized and under-represented groups, sensitize them to law as a viable career option and help interested students acquire admission to these law schools.
Freagles of India
Freagles of India is a registered trust that works to rehabilitate and rehome beagles released from testing laboratories in India.
VIDYA is a charitable organization that specializes in the education and empowerment of less-privileged children, youth and women through working with them at an individual level