The Rayat-Bahra University (RBU) is accessible from Tricity and is established under Punjab act no. 16 of 2014 vide notification no. 17-leg/2014 dated 13th August 2014 and notified by UGC under section 22 of the UGC act 1956, is empowered to award degree vide letter No. 8-23/2014 (CPP-I/PU Dated 26th Sept 2014 by University Grant Commission (UGC).
University Institute of Legal Studies, Rayat-Bahra University is committed to providing a congenial environment for the students to learn both theory and practice of Law.
THEME OF THE CONFERENCE
Changing Dimensions of Law and Justice in Plural Society
Cementing the Concept of Social Justice through Reinforcement of Constitutional Ideals.
Fostering Peace and Justice through Strong Institutions.
Expanding Socio-Legal Contours of Law in Plural Society.
Reflecting Just and Peaceful Coexistence of Secularism and Pluralism within Democratic Set up.
Appreciating Equality and Fraternity within Diverse Society.
Promoting Sustainable Development and Economic Equilibrium Overcoming Regional Imbalances.
University School of Law, Rayat Bahra University, Sahauran Near District Mohali, Punjab
Last date for Submission of Abstracts: 27th September 2019.
Intimation regarding Acceptance of Abstracts through Email: 1st October 2019.
Last date for Submission of Full Papers (Soft Copy): 8th October 2019
Send Abstracts (300-350 words) at email conference.usl[at]gmail.com.
The word limit for the papers is 3000 words (approx 8 pages).
Selected papers will be published in the form of an edited book with ISBN no.
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