1. Manuscript must be accompanied with an abstract of not more than 350 words.
2. Joint Authorship is allowed with the maximum of two authors.
3. The Author/s are required to email the manuscript to [email protected]
4. Last date for submission – January 1, 2013
Designed for students, lawyers and non-legal professionals whose interests lie in the environmental field. The Course is aimed at giving a solid foundation and upgrading their skills in environmental policy.
The Moot Court Competition shall be held from January 18-20, 2013 at NALSAR University of Law, ‘Justice City’, Shameerpet, Hyderabad. The Law Schools / Law Faculties / Law Departments are invited to confirm their participation by December 14, 2012, through email ([email protected]).
Rights of workers in unorganized sectors
Issues relating to differently abled persons
Constitutional safeguards and protection of children
Protection of women and gender justice
Issues relating to migrants, displaced persons and refugees
Individuals or teams can participate. While only Indian citizens (20 years or older) are eligible for prizes, anyone else can submit policies for FTI’s general consideration. Rs. 1 lakh will be awarded to the best overall policy and `20,000 (each) to best policies in 20 other policy topics. There is no limit on prizes
The Students’ Union, Campus Law Centre, Faculty of Law, University of Delhi invites submissions for the inaugural issue of CLC Student Law Review. The student edited and peer reviewed publication is solely dedicated to submissions from students.
The keynote address by noted composer and lyricist Javed Akthar will be followed by an overview to the amendments by Prof. N. S. Gopalakrishnan and history of the amendments by the Registrar of Copyrights, Mr. G. R. Raghavender.
1. Setting Up of Aviation Security Force Need to promote higher education in Civil Aviation
2. Need for disabled friendly law and policy In Civil Aviation
3. Need for Ombudsmen in Civil Aviation
4. Competition Law and Civil Aviation
National Law School of India University, Bangalore, in association with Tax India Online (TIOL), is organizing the inaugural edition of the NLS-TIOL Taxation Law Moot Court Competition . The competition is scheduled to be organized from 4th to 6th January 2013, in Bangalore.
Each team must register itself by sending a duly filled Registration Form along with the required crossed Demand Draft of Rs. 1000/- drawn in favour of “BISHOP COTTON WOMEN’S CHIRSTIAN LAW COLLEGE, BANGALORE”, both of which shall reach the Administrator by the 31st of December, 2012 via Registered Post.
1. Law as a career option in India
2. How to prepare smart for CLAT
3. A section-by-section preparation strategy for CLAT
4. Enjoying the journey towards CLAT
5. An off-beat strategy: taking multiple breaks during those 2 hours of CLAT
6. How to read for CLAT
1. Industrialisation, Urbanisation and Land Acquisition Reforms
2. Patent v. Patient: Making Medicines Affordable in the Developing World
3. Bail or Jail: Unfettered Court Discretion
4. Reservation in Promotion in Government Jobs: Contemporary Concern
5. Industrialisation and Environmental Protection: Redefining Corporate Social Responsibility.
6. Socio-economic Goals and Philosophy of the Constitution: A Review of Success and Failures
Name of the Moot: 12th Amity National Moot Court Competition, 2013
Dates: 1st-3rd March, 2012
Subject of the moot problem: Intellectual Property Rights and Civil Procedure
Last Date for Registration: 20th December