About School of Legal Studies, CMR University
The School of Legal Studies, CMR University, has been dedicated to the cause of promoting legal education and research and facilitating young individuals into the legal profession since 2003.
The School of Legal Studies seeks to emphasize the integration of enterprising initiatives and creative programs in the curricular activity and to advance this mission, instilling research and analytical skills among the students has grown to be a remarkable aspiration of this institution.
In pursuance of our constant efforts to move beyond the ordinary and expand our horizons, the School of Legal Studies is organizing an International Conference on Emerging Trends in International trade Law on the 9th & 10th April, 2021.
For full details, click here: https://sites.google.com/cmr.edu.in/tradecon-2021/home
Details of the Event
One of the major contributions of globalization has been the emergence of international trade. Ever since industrialization, large scale production of goods led to expansion of markets for the purpose of selling the surplus.
Today, international trade is not just limited to buying and selling of goods but also services. Additionally, it caters not only to the issues faced by large corporations engaged in international trade, but also encourages the MSMEs to engage in trade at an international level.
Furthermore, radical political shifts taking place in most of the countries around the world in favour of nationalism, there is a growing discontent with globalization and rejection of interdependency with regards to international trade. This has been especially highlighted during the subsisting COVID-19 pandemic wherein the usual trends of international trade as we know it went for a toss and increased protectionist policies were pursued by most countries.
In light of the above issues, there is an absolute need to deliberate on current issues in International Trade Law. An international conference in this field would go a long way in addressing these issues and developing laws.
The conference is organized in an online mode and the platform intended to be used for the same is zoom.
Call for Papers
Those who are interested in presenting a paper on any of the themes must send an abstract of 350 – 400 words along with a brief biographical note (not more than 100 words) on or before 14th March 2021.
The acceptance of the paper for presentation would be informed by 15th March 2021. A full-length paper of at-least 3,500 words must be sent by 31st March 2021.
For full details, click here: https://sites.google.com/cmr.edu.in/tradecon-2021/call-for-papers
CMR University invites contributions from students of law, research scholars pursuing doctoral/postdoctoral research, academicians, research associates/research assistants, advocates and professionals.
- Those who are interested in presenting a paper on any of the themes must send an abstract of 350 – 400 words along with a brief biographical note (not more than 100 words) on or before 14th March 2021.
- The acceptance of the paper for presentation would be informed by 15th March 2021.
- A full-length paper of at-least 3,500 words must be sent by 31st March 2021.
- Failure to submit the full-length paper before the last date may lead to disqualification.
- Submission of the full paper would be presumed as unconditional consent of the author/s for a possible publication by the organizers.
- All paper presenters must register as individual participants
- It is also intended that the scholarly papers presented in the conference will be published in the form of an edited book.
Upload your abstracts here: https://forms.gle/vyFtSwryqDwhnLqz6
In case of any queries, please call on any of the following contact numbers.
Office fixed-line: +91 80 25453077/88
Prof. Sreenidhi K.R.: +91 9845436878
Prof. Shivani Rajesh: +91 9833577109
Prof. Mitike Shrivastava: +91 8743987469
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