UPDATE March 23: The last date for submission is extended to March 27.
Pravin Gandhi College of Law is an institution under the aegis of the Shri Vile Parle
Kelavani Mandal and affiliated to the University of Mumbai, which is organizing a One day National Conference on Entertainment Law Jurisprudence on Thursday, April 12, 2018 in the college premises.
Objectives of the Conference:
The conference intends to provide a platform to explore the complex legal principles that emerge from the diversified socio-legal-political-cultural matrix of entertainment law both in the domestic and international domain.
It will provide an opportunity to compare, critique and discuss the law regimes around entertainment in its myriad forms and to examine the intertwined threads of State control, statutory obligations and human rights issues that cocoon entertainment laws. The above objectives are sought to be achieved by having panel deliberations of eminent persons in the field and discussions followed by paper presentations.
Selected research papers will be published in an ISBN publication.
We invite unpublished, quality research papers on the following subthemes:
Entertainment Laws and Democracy
Entertainment Laws and Liability
Entertainment Laws and Gender Issue
Representation of women
Harassment and Sexual exploitation
Entertainment Laws and IPR
Entertainment Laws and Sports
Entertainment and Internet
Regulation of OTT applications
Entertainment Laws and Advertisement
Entertainment in Tourism
This list is indicative and papers on allied topics are welcome.
Guidelines for Paper Submission
Original, unpublished papers must be submitted that may be on empirical, doctrinal, theoretical, or case study basis.
Every entry has to be accompanied with a 300 word abstract and a separate cover page with: Title of the paper, Name of the author/ co-author(s), designation, institution, address, contact number and email id.
Word limits: 3000 for short articles; 6000 for full length papers.
Citation style: footnotes, ILI, please click on link to access the guide given here.
Papers must be in MS-Word (.doc or .docx formats) ,A4 size, with 1 inch margins, Font size 12, Footnotes 10; Font type: Times New Roman; Line spacing 1.5