Call for Papers: National Seminar on Evolution of Constitutional Law in 2018 [Dec 30, Delhi]: Submit by Dec 15

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It gives us immense pleasure to share that propelled by the success of the previous edition(s) of Legal Conferences, Seminar & other events. Jus Dicere has now decided to follow in the footsteps and host the National Seminar on Evolution of Constitutional Law in 2018.

This event aims to credit the strength of the judiciary in taking major decisions. We invite the law students, researchers, scholars, professionals, practitioners, and other legal fraternity members to quote their opinion on these judgments and change in constitutional law in the 2018 at seminar. This event will create the opportunity for both the students and the legal fraternity to share their vision over the approaches involved in a case, issues analyzed & addressed, and the judge said by the judiciary.

Concept Note

The society and its need are evolving day by day, it is mandatory to update our laws or the society will become blighted. As to cope up with the advancing society, certain amendments and change in Indian constitutional law have been made by the judiciary in 2018.  Various laws which lead the social, political and economic aspects struck down has been overcome by the effective amendments passed in this year.

From Aadhaar to Sabarimala, the Judiciary has delivered various important judgments and changes in the supreme laws of our nation mark a wider change in our society and its growth. The Supreme Court starts its step to change the society for its betterment and ensure equality among all the individuals from the saying “Devotion cannot be subjected to gender discrimination”, ‘Sunlight is the best disinfectant’, “Adultery, not a crime” to “LGBT section 377” and by allowing the live streaming of cases which would bring transparency in legal proceedings and increase the awareness among the people to get to know about their public rights.

These amendments have both positive and negative effects on the minds of the people. Although some society of people accepts these amendments, it also created a public outcry from different societies in India on these judgments.

Why You Must Attend

Petitioners & Interventionists of one the landmark case of year, which pushed for greater transparency in the judicial system by setting the stage for live-streaming of court proceedings of cases of constitutional importance, will join us on the day of event.

Mr. Aman & Mr. Byron will share their view and importance on live streaming of cases and will also discuss their journey from petition to this landmark judgement.

Call for Papers

Central Theme – Evolution of Constitutional Law in 2018

Sub-themes – The different avenues of Constitutional Law that we will explore herein are –

  • Sabarimala temple open for all: Devotion cannot be subjected to gender discrimination
  • Aadhaar is valid and is constitutional, Conditions Apply
  • Gay sex between two consenting adults is not a crime
  • Section 497 of the IPC: No more treating women as possessions rather than human beings
  • Live-streaming and video recording of the court proceedings: Open Court in real sense
  • Ram Janmabhoomi-Babri Masjid: Let go of the past

However, the authors may draw upon issues not limited to but touching upon the same for abstract submission and paper presentation.

Participation Guidelines, Submission Guidelines, Important Dates & Other Important Guidelines are available on this link.

Program Schedule
Welcome Session09.00 AM to 10.00 AM
Paper Presentation10.01 AM to 11.30 AM
Break11.31 AM to 11.45 AM
Panel Discussion11.46 AM to 12.45 PM
Closing Remarks12.46 PM to 01.00 PM

Indian International Centre, Max Muller Marg, New Delhi


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Participation Guidelines, Submission Guidelines, Important Dates & Other Important Guidelines are available on this link.


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