Category: Call for Papers

Call for Papers: NALSAR’s Indian Journal of Constitutional Law; Submit by Feb 28

Under the aegis of the MK Nambyar SAARC Law Chair in Comparative Constitutional Studies and the Constitutional Law Society at NALSAR, the Indian Journal of Constitutional Law serves as a forum for the promotion of scholarship on core and comparative constitutional law issues. Submitted by Aymen Mohammed. Anyone can post an opportunity for

Oxford University India’s Research Paper Competition 2013: One Team / College, Register by Jan 1, 2014

Topic A: Evaluate the concept of corporate social responsibility as expressed in the Companies Act 2013. Topic B: Should gambling on the outcomes of sporting events be legalized in India? Topic C: Do India's laws governing the surveillance of electronic communications strike the right balance between security and the right to privacy? If they do not, what

Call for Papers: NLSIU’s Consilience (Law and Technology Conference) 2013-14 : “Cloud Computing” to be Discussed; Submit by Nov 15

‘Consilience’ is the annual flagship Conference of the Law and Technology Society of National Law School of India University, Bangalore. The Conference will be held on 14th-15th of December, 2013 and the theme for the same is “Legal Issues pertaining to Cloud Computing in India”.

Call for Papers: NLU Jodhpur’s National Seminar on “Gender Activism in Law, Literature & Society” [8-9 February, 2014]; Submit by Nov 30

This seminar hosted by Centre for Gender Studies, National Law University, Jodhpur calls for well researched papers considering gender ‘per se’ in relation to self, spirit, religion, family, society law, ethics, literature, globalization, environment, and also viewing ‘Gender’ from a multi-disciplinary angle.

Call for Papers: NUJS Law Review’s Issue on “Surveillance, Censorship & Indian Law: Mapping the Field”; Submit by Dec 15

A spate of recent events, such as the debate surrounding Section 66A of the Information Technology Act and the Intermediaries Guidelines under it, the calls against decriminalizing speech offences (such as sedition, obscenity or defamation) in both traditional and new media, the debate around the Central Monitoring System, the NAT GRID and CCTNS in India

Call for Entries: NUJS Legal Aid Society’s Magazine “Let’s Get Talking” | Identities: Existing v. Evolved; Submit by Oct 5

Having explored the Right to Choice and Age dimension in the previous issue, our theme this time around is Identities: The Existing v. The Evolved. Having experienced the emergence of Kosovo and Telangana not too long ago, we find it the right time to seek answers to whether identity is a pre-existing factor or an