Open Session on Empirical Legal Methods in Criminal Law @ GNLU [March 19, Gandhinagar]: Registrations Open

The GNLU Centre for Law and Economics is going to organize an Open Session on “Empirical Legal Methods in Criminal Law” on 19th March 2019 at Gujarat National Law University, Gandhinagar.

The resource person for the session is Prof. (Dr.) Mrinal Satish, Professor of Law, National Law University, Delhi.

The session will start at 3.30 PM. The said session is for one and half hour.

Biographical Sketch of Resource Person

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Prof. (Dr.) Mrinal Satish’s area of interest and specialization is criminal law. At NLUD, he teaches criminal law, including advanced courses to students of the undergraduate and postgraduate programmes. He is also the Executive Director of the Centre for Constitutional Law, Policy and Governance. Sir’s research interests include sentencing, gender and the law, medical jurisprudence, empirical analysis of law, reproductive justice, excessive under-trial and pre-trial detention, and studying the impact of the criminal justice system in its interface with vulnerable and disempowered groups.


There is no fee for attending this event.

To register, click here.


For any query contact Ms. Shaily Trivedi at

Click here for the event brochure.

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