Design of India’s criminal justice system does not truly serve the purpose for which it was set-up. In spite of the continuous efforts to strengthen our legal system our Criminal Justice System faces challenges in its implementation towards the ultimate goal.
In this One Day National Conference organized by Unity Degree College on “Prospective amendments in Criminal Law” we invite research papers and case studies to look at those prospective areas where amendments must be made to make our criminal justice system more effective.
Call for Papers
Well researched papers are invited from scholars, lawyers, practitioners, academicians, experts in the criminal justice, research scholars and related sectors and students on the theme cited below.
All interested may send an abstract of not more than 250 words highlighting the key issues intended to be discussed in the paper by 25th July, 2018.
Acceptance of the abstracts will be duly intimated by 27th July, 2018 after the same have been shortlisted on the basis of quality and originality of arguments, and the full papers are required to be submitted by the authors thereafter by 2nd August, 2018.
The authors of such papers will be given an opportunity to present their paper on the day of conference under various thematic sessions. In addition to this, the registered participants will be duly acclaimed by a Certificate that will be awarded. Besides, publication of selected papers might also be considered.
Prospective Amendments in Criminal Law
Abstracts not exceeding 250 words on the aforesaid theme should be sent to the Organizing Secretary through email at [email protected]
All Papers and Abstracts shall be sent via e-mail to [email protected] as an
attachment, the subject of which should mention ‘ABSTRACT SUBMISSION’ or ‘PAPER
Co-authorship up to three is allowed with separate registration.
Submission of Abstract not more than 250 words: 25th July, 2018
Last date of intimation of acceptance of abstracts: 27th July, 2018
Last Date for Submission of Registration fees: 31st July, 2018
Submission of full Paper: 2nd August, 2018
Date of Conference 4th August, 2018
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