Leadership Summit on ‘Reforms in the Indian Legal Sector’ by INBA and Ministry of Commerce [New Delhi, Nov 11]: Registrations Open

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Indian National Bar Association & Ministry of Commerce & Industry Presents INBA’s National Leadership Summit On Reforms In The Indian Legal Sector.

Date: 11th November, 2017

Venue: Scope Convention Centre, CGO Complex, Lodhi Road, New, India

In recent times, India’s economic development has been accompanied by the emergence of a rapidly growing legal services sector. The legal practice in India has evolved in a major way and various new practice areas have emerged. However, the Advocates Act 1961 has not kept pace with the growth witnessed in the legal services sector.

The Indian National Bar Association (INBA) Leadership Summit explores the opportunities and challenges spawned by economic globalisation that have dramatically reshaped the traditional sectors of the legal services such as arbitration and litigation.

The Summit discusses, in particular, the need for addressing various reforms hastened by the process of globalisation and the growing transnationalization of the legal profession.

The INBA invites you to the Summit and seeks your valuable inputs and comments on issues relating to the reforms in the Indian legal sector.

Their agenda can be found here in the link given here.

Our Esteemed Confirmed Dignitaries:

Shri Suresh Prabhu, Hon’ble Minister of Commerce & Industry, Govt. of India

Dr. Satya Pal Singh, Hon’ble Minister of State for HRD (Higher Education)

Smt. Rita Teotia, Secretary, Department of Commerce, Ministry of Commerce & Industry

Shri Suresh Chandra, Law Secretary, Ministry of Law and Justice

No registration fees required ( Free Entry)
Note: All the attendees will get the certificate of participation

Click here to register.


Phone: 011 49036141
Email id:  [email protected]

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