CfP: Seminar on Indian Judicial Approach towards Timely Justice by SRM University [April 12, Sonipat]: Registration Open

Seminar Indian Judicial Approach towards Timely Justice

Faculty of Law, SRM University, Sonipat presents the National Seminar on Recent Development in Indian Judicial Approach towards Timely Justice on April 12, 2019.

Concept Note

The fundamental point of Speedy justice is to provide Justice to the general public and to make Judiciary more effective and dependable. Right to speedy trial being an internationally recognized human right and is thus a part of our national grundnorm by virtue of Article 21 of the Constitution. Right to speedy trial is right of the offender which he can use in every stage such as investigation, inquiry, trial, appeal, revision and retrial.

As per the quote “Justice Delayed is Justice Denied” it is clear that if legal redress is available for a party that has suffered some injury but is not forthcoming in a timely fashion, it is effectively the same as having no redress at all gives the expression that to achieve Justice it should be provided as soon as possible.

The courts and the governing body have effectively acknowledged the Right to Speedy trial as one of the vehicles of decreasing the expanding outstanding tasks at hand on the courts for the Justice. Thus for achieving Timely Justice many developments in the field of Technology has been done and ADR Mechanisms are being introduced in India as well as there is a need to appoint more judges in the court.

Faculty of law, SRM University is organizing this National Seminar in an effort to provide a forum to discuss the various facets of Recent Changes in Indian Judicial Approach.

Proposed sub-themes of the Seminar (but not limited to) are as mentioned below and research papers will be invited from scholars and professionals across the country on these themes:

Sub Themes
  1.  Impact of Technology on Justice.
  2. Enlarging number of Judges for imparting Justice.
  3. Time Effective ADR Mechanisms.
  4. Digitalization and Justice.
  5. Challenge of backlog of cases.
Call For Papers

Please submit the Abstract of 200-230 words along with keywords. Text should be in MS Word, in Times New Roman with Font size 12 and 1.5 spaces between the lines.

After the peer review process, accepted papers will be published in the proceedings with ISBN. Submit abstract to by March 20, 2019.

Please mention Author’s Name, Title of Paper, and Email & Contact Number in the body of the email.

Publication Opportunity: Papers guaranteeing merit, qualifying peer review & publication policy shall be published in a UGC Recognized Journal.

Important Guidelines
  • Co-authorship is allowed up to two authors.
  • It is mandatory that at least one of the authors be present for paper presentation unless registered for Presentation in Absentia
  • All the papers will be subject to blind peer review.
  • The registration and paper submission details would be furnished subsequently after payment via email.
  • Mode of payment for registration fees will be shared to selected participants via email.
  1. Best Presenter – Trophy, Certificate of Merit & Book from SCC & EBC
  2. Best Research Paper- Trophy, Certificate of Merit & Book from SCC & EBC
  3. 5 Research Concept – Certificate of Merit & Cash Coupon from Jus Dicere
Important Dates
Last date to submit AbstractMarch 20th, 2019
Last date to pay registration feesMarch 25th, 2019
Last date to submit paperMarch 30th, 2019
Date of SeminarApril 12th, 2019
Registration Fees
Author (Paper Presentation)Rupees 1500 per author
Delegate (Attendees)Rupees 1000 per person
Additional Fees (In case of Absentia)Rupees 500 per author

Note: Candidate willing to attend the event as Delegate are requested to drop an email to


SRM Auditorium, Faculty of Law, SRM University, Sonipat, Plot No. 39, Rajiv Gandhi Education City,  Kundli Urban Complex, Sonipat, Haryana 131029


Student Conveners

Nancy Garg:  8168515340

R. Rajath:  9896934998


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