Continuing Legal Education Centre (CLEC) under School of Law, SASTRA University is organizing a “One Day National Seminar on Emerging Trends in Medical Laws” on 25th of October 2014.
OBJECTIVE OF THE SEMINAR
The objective of the National Seminar is to encourage the study and discussion on Emerging Trends in Medical Laws for the benefit of society and advancement of human rights.
The seminar will provide a unique opportunity to academicians and students in the fields of law and medicine, to learn from each other and work towards a common goal of imparting education about the complex medico-legal issues we are facing today.
Legal and Ethical Issues of Commercial Surrogacy
Surrogacy and Women’s Right to Health
Human Organ Transplantation
Amendments of Transplantation of Human Organs Act 2011
Legal and Ethical Issues.
Law, Morality and Human Rights of HIV/AIDS patients
Right to Medical treatment
Right to Specific Privacy and Confidentiality
Fundamental Rights- Application and Extent
Legal and Ethical Issues
Remedy available under Indian Laws
DNA, Fingerprinting as Evidence
Please note that the participation is on first come first serve basis and will be restricted to 20 participants only.
Softcopy of the duly filled registration form should be mailed to firstname.lastname@example.org on or before 23rd October 2014
Spot Registration Fee of Rs. 200 shall be payable at the registration desk on the date of National Seminar.
Participants shall submit the registration form at the time of arrival at the venue.
Accommodation shall be provided from 3PM on 24.10.2014 to 8AM on 26.10.2014
Breakfast and Lunch shall be provided only on the date of the National Seminar.
No transport shall be provided; participants have to reach the venue on their own however the organizers would guide the participants to reach the venue.
SASTRA University follows strict dress code. Participants are required to adhere to that dress code: Men – Western formals, Women- Salvar Kameez / Chudidar
Please visit the website link: law.sastra.edu/clec/ for further details.