Topic: “Customs and Cultural Identity Are Impediments to Legal Reforms”
Date: 29th March 2017
Venue: Campus Law Centre, Faculty of Law
University of Delhi
Campus Law Centre’s Seminars, Debates and Discussions Society (SDS) brings to you its first-ever National Debate on the topic “Customs and Cultural Identity Are Impediments to Legal Reforms” on 29th March 2017.
This debate exemplifies the constant endeavour of the nearly century-old institution to provide a platform for diverse views on contemporary social and legal issues, helping to understand society and its evolution, thereby maintaining the spirit of dynamism.
FORMAT FOR THE DEBATE
ROUND 1: PRELIMINARY SELECTION PROCESS
SUBMISSION OF ABSTRACT- Students are required to submit a 500-word abstract, which is to be accompanied by a two-minute video recording of the same. They can decide to take a position either For the Motion or Against the Motion.
The abstract should clearly indicate the side chosen by the participant and reflect a view consistent with it.
RULES FOR THE SUBMISSION OF THE ABSTRACT AND VIDEO: https://goo.gl/EdQtBb
ROUND 2: LIVE DEBATE
SELECTION OF FINALIST – 10 speakers would be selected based on the above-mentioned abstracts and videos (5 speakers For the Motion and 5 speakers Against the Motion) to appear for a debate at Campus Law Centre, University of Delhi.
TO KNOW MORE ABOUT THE THEME AND IDEA BEHIND THE DEBATE, CLICK THE FOLLOWING LINK: https://goo.gl/taukxi.
- WINNER, FOR THE MOTION: Rs. 10,000
- WINNER, AGAINST THE MOTION: Rs. 10,000
- FOR FINALISTS: CERTIFICATES AND BOOKS
**NO REGISTRATION FEES
REGISTRATION LINK: https://goo.gl/U09vfN
Facebook Page Link: https://goo.gl/SxEUcq
Last Date for registration: 14th March 2017
Last Date for submission of abstract: 15th March 2017(till 18:00)
For further information, please contact
- Akshaya Agarwal: 9999777687
- Livya Krishnan: 8588001858
- Garima Verma: 9999322190
- Bhupender Kaushik: 8802726213
- Ankita Gandhi: 9871615654
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