Category: Call for Papers

Call for Papers: National Seminar on UN and World Peace, Achievements, Failures and Reforms [Sep 24-25]; Submit by Aug 31

The first page of the full paper and abstract should not contain authors’ identification at any point, and should commence with article title, followed by an abstract of not more than 500 words and a maximum of five relevant keywords. All papers (abstract and full) must be submitted on;

Call for Papers: ILS National Conference on Revisiting Freedom of Religion [Sep 13-14]: Submit Abstracts by Aug 16

Theme 1. Gender Equality vis-a-vis Personal Laws 2. Capturing Textual Matrix of Religious Freedom under Indian Constitution 3. Muslim Personal Laws vis-a-vis Uniform Civil Code 4. Codified and Uncodified Personal Laws vis-à-vis Judicial Response 5. Caste, Personal Laws and Informal Adjudicatory Bodies

Call for Papers: International Conference on Impact of Globalization on Indian Financial System [Aug 30-31]; Register by Aug 8

Selected papers will be edited and published in a book with ISBN Code. Top 20 selected papers will be edited and published in a journal (Special Edition) with ISSN Code. Papers should be formatted with A4 size, font size 12 (Times New Roman), single line spacing not exceeding 5 pages in WORD file. Papers should

Call for Papers: Two Day Global Congress on Corporate Social Responsibility [Dec 5-6, Hyderabad]; Submit by Oct 1

All submissions must be in MS Word form in around 3000 - 6000 words, text typed in Times New Roman in 12 font size with heading in 14 font size. Please visit website for detailed guidelines for authors. All papers are to be submitted by electronic mail to

Call for Papers: III International Seminar on Institutional Theory: Institutional Capacity and Deliberation [Nov 5-7, Brazil, Rio De Janeiro]; Submit by Sept 15

Our M.Sc. Program at the Law School and our Lab LETACI of the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro - Brazil is promoting the "III International Seminar on Institutional Theory: Institutional Capacity and Deliberation", and it will discuss subjects on institutional and constitutional theories both in United States and Brazil.
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