Abstract(s) should not be more than 1 page (A4) containing title, name of author(s), name of the institution/organization, keywords (at least five) typed in double space on A4 size (210 mm x 297 mm) in MS Word.
University School of Law and Legal Studies, Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University, New Delhi invites you to the maiden Students International Conference on Environmental Problems in South Asia which will be held from 30th January to 2nd February 2015.
Filled in registration forms along with the scanned copy of demand draft drawn in favour of “REGISTRAR, DR. RAM MANOHAR LOHIYA NATIONAL LAW UNIVERSITY” payable at Lucknow should be sent by electronic mail to [email protected]
Prospective authors are kindly invited to submit extended abstract or full text paper including results, tables, figures and references. Please send full text paper (.doc or .docx) to [email protected]
An Abstract of the research paper, not exceeding 250 words, accompanied by a Covering letter containing: Title of the Paper, Full Name of the Author/authors, Complete Address with Contact Number and E-mail Address must be submitted as attachment via email to [email protected]
Sub themes :
1. Intellectual Property in Entertainment Industry
2. Copyright In The Digital Era
3. Intellectual Property protection of Traditional Knowledge
4. Intellectual Property and Competition
5. Non-conventional Trademarks
6. Intellectual Property & Biotechnology
Sub Themes :
1. Human Rights Education: Legal Framework and Judicial Activism in SAARC Region.
2. Human Rights of Vulnerable Groups in SAARC Region: Issues of Implementation, Monitoring and Regulating.
3. Human Rights Advocacy in SAARC Region: Models, Methodology and innovations
Realizing the ever widening application of 'law' and to neutralize the ongoing intrigues and challenges taking place all through, it has become inevitable to revisit 'the structural and operational facets' of law and to draw inference for innovative research. In furtherance of the same, RGSOIPL is organizing a Two-day National Colloquium on Legal Research
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 [email protected]; [email protected]
1. Judicial Appointments: Retrospect and Prospect
2. Appointment of Governors: Implications for Federalism
3. Intelligence and Investigative Agencies: Lack of Constitutional Mandates
4. Judiciary's Perspectives on Constitutional Appointments
The Army Institute of Law is organising a National Seminar on Human Rights between 19 - 20 September 2014. Theme: The New Dimensions of Human Rights Violations in the Contemporary Times: Challenges and Solutions.
Academicians, Faculty members, media practitioners, social media professionals, interested research scholars and post graduate students are encouraged to participate and send their abstracts on or before 21 September, 2014 to [email protected]