KLE Society was founded in 1916. Under the umbrella of the KLE Society, the Law College was established in 1975 to cater to the needs of young students desirous of pursuing a legal education in Bengaluru.
K.L.E Society’s Law College, Bengaluru, in order to promote critical thinking and research among the legal academia, organises the National Law Conference every year.
While the first edition of the conference was on the theme ‘Post Liberalization Nuances of Organic Constitution’, the second edition involved deliberations under the theme titled ‘Media: Hopes and Despairs’.
The third edition of the conference will have deliberations on the theme ‘Transformative Constitutionalism in India’. It is scheduled on 8th and 9th of April 2019.
Professionals, academicians, research scholars and students can apply for the conference. Participation is strictly by registration only.
Transformative Constitutionalism in India
The idea of constitutionalism is as old as the political society. It has been a constant effort of the society to keep the ruler within the defined or undefined bounds.
The classical understanding of constitutionalism, that the authority of the government should be limited, has been attributed with a different facet in the welfare state.
The constitution has become a means for transformation and it serves as a catalyst to bring socio-economic developments in the society. This facet of constitutionalism is described as ‘transformative constitutionalism’.
In an era of pervasive economic globalization, state institutions have subordinated political considerations to economic ones. However, it does not mean that core values of the constitution such as Rule of Law, Democracy, Republicanism, Socialism and Secularism are to be given less impetus.
*Sub-themes are available in full details.
K.L.E. Society’s Law College, #3, CA-2 V Block, West Circle, Sir M. Vishweshwaraiah layout, Ullal Post, Bengaluru – 560091
Registration procedure and fee details:
The abstract shall not exceed 300 words.
It should include the following:
Title of the paper
Name of the author/s
Name of the institution
The abstract shall be sent to “nationalconference[at]klelawcollege.org “ with the subject line “Abstract – National Conference”
The length of full paper including tables, diagrams, illustrations, references, etc. shall not be less than 3000 words and shall not exceed 8000 words. The paper should be typed in Times New Roman 12-point font with 1.5 line spacing. The Footnotes shall be typed in Times New Roman 10-point font with 1 line spacing.
A uniform method of citation should be adopted.
The full paper should be submitted in soft copy and shall be sent to “nationalconference[at]klelawcollege.org” after receiving a confirmation with details of payment, with the subject line “Full Paper – National Conference” along with the certificate of originality duly filled by the author(s).
Academicians and Professionals: Rs. 1,500
Students: Rs. 500
Participation is limited to 100 candidates. Participation is reserved on a first come basis.
1. Last Date of Submission of Abstract: 31st March 2019.
2. Confirmation of Abstract: 1st April 2019.
3. Submission of Full Paper and Registration: 4thApril 2019.
Dr. Manojkumar Hiremath, Assistant Professor (+91 9448640187)
Mr. Harsh Pratap Singh, Assistant Professor (+91 74065649998)
Mr. Ayush Jha, Assistant Professor (+91 7987312155)
Mr. Ashwary Sharma, Assistant Professor (+91 9833484016)
Ms. Laxmi S. Goudar Assistant Professor (+91 7975112850)
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