National Webinar on PILs, S.482 CrPC, Art. 226 of the Constitution in Promoting Human Rights, by TNDALU [June 16]: Register Now!

The Tamil Nadu Dr. Ambedkar Law University (TNDALU) is organizing a National Webinar on the Efficacy of PIL Mechanism, S. 482 of the CrPC, Article 226 of the Constitution of India, in promoting Human Rights, on the 16th day of June.

About the University

The Tamil Nadu Dr. Ambedkar Law University is the first of its kind of Affiliated Law University in the Country established by the State of Tamil Nadu in 1997 in Chennai. The School of Excellence in Law established by the University at its campus since 2002 has been modelled on the lines of other National Law Schools in the country.

The Webinar

The Department of Human Rights and Duties Education of the School of Excellence in Law is organising a National Webinar on ‘Efficacy of PIL Mechanism, Section 482 of Cr.P.C and Art. 226 of the Constitution in the Prrocess of Promoting Human Rights’, on the 16th Day of June, 2021.

The webinar aims to provide insights into the role of the judiciary in laying down standards for preserving and promoting human rights.

General Details

  • Event Date: June 16, 2021
  • Time: 11AM – 1 PM
  • Platform: Cisco Webex

Who can Attend?

Students, Academicians, Research Scholars and Legal Practitioners can register

Registration

  • To attend the webinar, register through the link given at the end of this post.
  • Login credentials will be mailed to the registered participants.
  • Registration Fee: No registration fee

Certificate

e-Certificate will be given to registered participants who attend the session.

About the Keynote Speaker

Retd. Justice S Nagamuthu is a former Judge of the Madras High Court and is currently serving as Senior Counsel of the Supreme Court of India. He has practised for more than 25 years in Madras High Court and in various district courts. He has presided over a number of high-profile cases and is a pioneer of human rights. He is the first judge to be elevated to the post from among lawyers practising in Madurai Bench of the Madras High Court in 2009 and has served as judge of Madras High Court for over a decade.

Contact Information

Faculty Coordinators

  • Ms Suganya Jeba 9003287643
  • Ms Blessie Ahino 9042999176

Click here for the official information.

Click here to register for the webinar.

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