Call for Papers
Crime and Criminal Justice are vast and fascinating issues that highlight the complexity of defining and solving social problems. Crime and society are very closely inter-linked. One important aspect of criminal law is victimisation of vulnerable groups, particularly through the use of cyber space and the other important aspect is irregularities in criminal justice administration.
Therefore it is of imperative concern of academicians, research scholars, law makers and law enforcing mechanisms in particular and of the members of society in general to understand these issues of criminal law and contribute in amelioration of all related concerns.
The present seminar shall focus on such aspects of criminal law and help in providing a research based platform for brain storming and providing ways and means for amelioration.
Papers are invited for presentation in the seminar in any of the following sub themes:
Vulnerability and victimization in criminal law
Victim support in criminal law
Conventional and Innovative criminal justice responses
Pitfalls and misuse of enactments meant for protection against atrocities, dowry, domestic violence and sexual harassment.
Hostility of system towards persons involved in victim assistance
Judicial approach to victim compensation
Victimizationn of the accused and witnesses in criminal justice administration
Revisiting Criminal Laws due to challenges from new forms of victimization in cyber space
Response of criminal laws to male victims of cyber crimes
Restorative Justice and therapeutic Jurisprudence
Cyber violence against women
Changes in IT Act, 2000 and its impact on cyber victimization
Lack of mechanisms to investigate cyber related offences
Prevalence and economic impact of cyber crimes
Deficiencies, irregularities and extraneous considerations in criminal justice administration
Judiciary and media
Procedural lacunae in criminal investigations
Political interference in matters of trial
Special treatment accorded in trial of influential offenders
Disparity and discrimination in sentencing
4th June, 2016
Abstracts not exceeding 300 words are required to be forwarded for consideration on or before 4th June, 2016 to email@example.com
All abstracts shall be placed before a Committee constituted for the purpose and if accepted, the author(s) shall be informed on or before 7th June 2016.
Full papers in accordance with the guidelines prescribed for article writing, shall be accepted if they are received on or before 16 th June 2016. These articles, after peer review, shall be embodied in the special issue on Criminal Law of Kare Law Journal with ISSN Number, an annual publication of the institution.
There shall be an award for the best article submitted at the seminar which shall be judged by Editorial Board of Kare Law Journal.
Acceptance of abstracts, peer review and award of best article submitted shall be carried out without revealing the name(s) or institution of the author(s) and all such decisions shall be treated as final and binding.
1. An article must be an original work of the author(s) and no part of the article shall be copied or lifted from any single source. Article contributors are solely responsible for any issues arising out of plagiarism and neither the Editorial Board of Kare Law Journal nor G.R. Kare College of Law, Margao-Goa will be liable for the same.
2. An article shall be in double line spacing, font size 12, Times New Roman, inclusive of footnotes and any other explanations, by adopting MLA citation style and shall ordinarily not exceed 8000 words. Use margins of 1.25 inches on the left and 1.00 inch on all other sides. The article shall be accompanied by submission of an abstract of 300 words and about five Keywords is compulsory.
3. Selection of articles will be done through peer review by the Editorial Board and the decision of the Board is final and binding.
4. Articles which are selected shall be the copyright of the G R Kare College of Law, Margao-Goa. Articles that are under consideration by other journals shall not be considered for publication.
5. The author(s) shall be consulted prior to publication, if the Editorial Board desires to make any substantial changes to any article.
6. Articles submitted and not selected for publication will be returned to the author(s).
7. Articles shall be sent via email to firstname.lastname@example.org or shall reach Dr. Saba da Silva, The Editor, Kare Law Journal, G R Kare College of Law, PO Box 777, Tansor, Comba, Margao-Goa, India.
The seminar is divided into three sessions in accordance with the themes above referred. Each session shall have a keynote speaker and a chair.
The time line for the seminar is as under:
8:30 am: Registration confirmation and Seminar kit distribution
9:00 am : Inauguration function
9:45 am: Tea break
10:15 am: Session I
12:00 noon: Session II
1:45 pm: Lunch break
2:45 pm: Session III
5:00 pm: Valedictory function