Amity Law School, Gurugram proudly announces its two-day International Conference on the theme “Criminal Justice System: National and International Perspectives” which aims to provide a platform and bring together students, practitioners, academicians, researchers, media persons and other stakeholders to put forward their research and develop a better understanding on a wide range of sub-themes.
Venue: Amity Law School, Amity University, Haryana
The Indian Criminal Justice System, along with most Criminal Justice Systems, focuses on establishing the offender’s guilt and punishing the offender in the name of justice, fairness, deterrence and safety. However, this viewpoint has been considered by many Criminologists and Jurists as being too narrow.
A Criminal Justice System, according to them, should be one which can resolve human conflict and restore peace and order. Deliverance of justice has seen a paradigm shift, from Punitive Justice to Restorative Justice.
In light of the above, this Conference has an objective to delve into, deliberate and generate awareness amongst students of varied disciplines and the legal luminaries through criminal and correctional legal mechanisms, its impact and implications on the marginalized community and to discuss reforms that can be brought to improve the Criminal Justice System and International Criminal Justice System in future.
Criminal Justice System: National and International Perspective
Theme 1: Criminal Justice Administration
Theme 2: Reforms in Criminal Law on the touchstone of Constitutional Provisions
Theme 3: Human rights in the context of Criminal Justice
Theme 4: Efficacy of the Criminal Justice System to curb Corporate Crimes
Call for Papers
Amity Law School, Gurugram cordially invites Articles and Research Papers on the Theme and Sub-Themes from academicians, researchers, advocates, students pursuing law or any other academic degree as well as stakeholders in this sector to contribute towards shaping the International Conference by their submissions.
All submitted Conference Papers would be peer-reviewed by Review Committee and the selected papers would be published in a UGC Indexed Law Journal.
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