CfP: Conference on International Humanitarian and Refugee Laws at  ILS Law College, Pune [March 26-27]: Submit by March 1

About the Institute

The Centre was established in 2014 with the goal to increase awareness of international law. The Centre’s main aim is to discuss the various aspects and developments in the field of international law such as the law of the sea, international humanitarian law, trade law, space law and any other upcoming areas.

The Post Graduate Department was established in 2010 and runs the two- year LL.M. program attracting intellectually curious and thoughtful candidates from all over India. One of the specializations the Department offers is International Law.

Established in 1924, ILS Law College is one of the oldest law schools in India and has been playing a pioneering role in legal education and scholarship in the country. Ninety-six years since its establishment, the Law College has acquired the reputation of being a premier institution imparting quality legal education.

About the conference

ILS Law College is organising a Two Day National Conference on International Humanitarian and Refugee Laws.

Location: Pune, Maharasthra

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Fee Details

Category  Registration Fee
ILS Students Rs 500/-
Non-ILS Students Rs 1,000/-
Professionals and Academicians Rs 2,000/-


Date  Particulars
1st March 2020 Submission of Paper
9th March 2020 Communication of acceptance and changes
14th March 2020 Submission of final paper with changes


Student Coordinators

Aman Mishra: 7903427938

Shreya Mohapatra: 9920548714

Atharv Joshi: 7775038520

Email: centreforinternationallaw[at]

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