The HNLU International Law Society is an organization comprising of students of HNLU and guided by Faculty members under the tutelage of Hidayatullah National Law University, dedicated to the promotion of International Law.
For fulfilling these objectives, the society endeavors to undertake various activities and this National Level Essay Competition is one such step taken in that direction.
THEME: PEACE AND SECURITY IN INTERNATIONAL LAW
The world as we know today is more global than ever before.
In this increasingly homogenous backdrop of seamless liberalization, the seismic upheavals in the world‟s political and economic milieu have gained equal traction.
The past few years alone have witnessed such enormous activity in the International Law province that forte disciplines like cyber and air and space law have attained full significance.
The emerging domains of maritime law, non-state actors, humanitarian law, have become even more relevant.
In this piercingly provocative time of rapid changes, the International Law Society at Hidayatullah National Law University perceives an unalloyed opportunity for young scholars and students to participate at the National Level in an essay competition on pertinent aspects of International Law.
We seek to encourage students to undertake stimulating independent research while maintaining detail and academic rigor.
Torture under International Law
Maritime Disputes under UNCLOS
Rise of Non State Actors in light of the Middle East and Ukrainian Crisis
Viability of Arms Trade Treaty
Surveillance vs. Privacy
The competition is open only for Law students pursuing Undergraduate, Postgraduate and PhD. Programmes.
To participate in this competition, the students will have to submit the soft copy of the contact details in a separate document along with the essay (soft copy) on or before 10th of August 2015 by 23:59 IST at firstname.lastname@example.org
FIRST PRIZE: 12,000/- and Certificate of Merit
SECOND PRIZE: 8,000/- and Certificate of Merit
THIRD PRIZE: 5,000/- and Certificate of Merit