Call for Papers: Law Centre-I, Faculty of Law, University of Delhi’s International Conference on Comparative Law & Development [21-22 March] 2014; Submit by March 1

Law Centre-I a unit of the Faculty of Law, University of Delhi, India, has always been a hub of Conferences and Seminars.

Prof Bansal has a track record of numerous successful organizations and taking no exception this year, the Law Centre invites you to another mega event. Prof. (Dr.) Manoj Kumar Sinha, Director, ILI and Shri Narinder Singh, Secretary General ISIL would join in.

The two World renowned Institutions in the field of Law – The Indian Law Institute (ILI) & The Indian Society of International Law (ISIL), Delhi may join as co-hosts. The Conference would be joined by prominent National and International Faculty as indicated. You would interact with Legal stalwarts, Ministers and Vice Chancellors of various Law Schools across India.

Full details are HERE. [Ed: The PDF file is beautiful]

Tentative Themes:

 Law and Development social, economic, political
Law and development Women & Child
Innovative legal Policy & Development Scenarios
Role of Judiciary in National Development
Human Rights, Social Justice and New Challenges
Globalization, Social Change and Law
Health care and law in third world geographical regions
Law and Environmental Protection Challenges

Call for Papers

Papers introductory in nature would not be entertained. Paper presentation is not necessary for  participation. Research Papers focusing on developments post 2009 are invited on any of the themes.

Papers may be sent to [email protected] with cc to [email protected].

For more information on abstract submission, please contact: Ms Nirati Gupta ([email protected]); 09717673572

• The deadline for abstract is 1st March, 2014. For full paper 10 March 2014.

• Acceptance of the abstract would be intimated in 3 clear days.

The abstracts should not exceed 300 words (3 small paras).

It should indicate:

1. Title of Paper

2. Presenter’s brief description name, current designation,  educational qualification, professional status and experience in 100 words only.

The accepted papers would be given in 10-15 minute time capsule and no more.

Full details are HERE.

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