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What is it exactly that makes a 16 year old so different from an 18 year old or a 21 year old? When exactly does one become eligible to exercise the much talked about ‘Right to Choice’ and well, who decides?
Think India is hosting a National summit titled ‘Law: Fulcrum of Change?’ on the 6th & 7th of October 2012 at the NITTTR, Bhopal (Madhya Pradesh). This summit invites participation from Students, Alumni, Researchers and Faculty members of Premier Institutes of India.
1 . Photography: 15000 INR
2 . Poster: 15000 INR
3 . Essay
Submission of Abstract: 30 September 2012
Abstract Confirmation: 15 October 2012
Submission of paper: 30 December 2012
Peer review response: 15 January 2013
Submission of final paper: 30 January 2013
Kindly register by sending us a mail at [email protected]. To attend the summit as a delegate, a demand draft for the amount of Rs. 500, drawn in favour of “SPIL Government Law College Mumbai” must be sent in accordance with the Contact Information provided in this invite before 20th January 2013
1. Directors Remuneration
2. Reservation for Women Directors
3. Directors‟ Responsibility and Ensuing Liabilities
4. E- Governance
5. Mandatory Regulation versus Voluntary Compliance
6. Implications of the GAAR
1.Discuss the role of the Higher Education Bill, 2011 in the growth, development and regulation of education in India.
2.The Real Estate (Regulation & Development) Bill, 2011 - a step toward greater transparency in the Real Estate sector?
3.The GAAR effect - is India ready for the proposed General Anti-Avoidance Rules.
4.Do we require faster and more efficient
Topics for the Essay:
1. Criminal Liability of Corporations
2. Punishment and Sentencing Policy
3. Victim Compensation and Criminal Law
4. Jurisdiction of International Criminal Court
5. Jurisdictional Issues in Cyber Crimes
6. Technology and Criminal Law
The National Law School Journal seeks contributions in the form of long articles (8,000-12,000 words), shorter essays (5,000-8,000 words), comments on judicial decisions (3,000–5,000 words), analysis of legislative materials (3,000-5,000 words) and reviews of recently published books (2,000-3,000 words) besides other forms of scholarly writing.