CfP: Seminar on Law and Social Transformation at Navrachana University, Vadodara [Jan 25, 2020]: Submit by Dec 25

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About the Seminar

School of Business and Law, Navrachana University is organising National Seminar on Law and Social Transformation in India on 25th January 2020

Law derives its normative force from society and it is a fundamental instrument of social transformation. Law reflects the will and wish of society. There are two aspects of it- ‘Law changes the society’ and ‘Society changes the law’.

The law changing the society indicates social development, while society changing the law is a sign of maturity. By extension, therefore, the study of law and social transformation is about our own contributions in fostering social metamorphosis while also being subject to change at the same time.

Aim

The present seminar is an effort to study the innate relationship between law and society. It undertakes to make a serious enquiry as to how the interface could be better utilized to usher in societal changes that are long overdue.

For this purpose, the seminar contains a series of themes and subthemes dedicated to understanding the interrelationship between law and society under different categories and contexts.

Who should participate?

The seminar is open to academicians, students, legal professionals and anyone interested in the subject.

Co-Authorship

There can be a maximum of two Co-Authors for a Research Paper. All the author, as well as co-authors, will have to separately register themselves by paying the requisite registration fees. At least one person among the author or co-authors has to be present for presenting the paper.

Themes

The themes for the seminar are as follows:

  1. Contemporary challenges to the constitution of India.
  2. Gender justice and laws in India.
  3. Emerging trends in environment law and policy
  4. Child rights and child protection – issues and challenges
  5. Role of IPR in the present era.
  6. Changing dimensions of Media Law
  7. Companies Act: Issues and challenges
  8. Prospects and challenges for alternative dispute resolution Mechanism

Location

The Seminar will take place at Navrachana University, Vasna Bhayli Road, Vadodara, Gujarat.

Submission Guidelines

  • An abstract shall not exceed 300-words including contact details should be submitted.
  • The abstract shall be sent to seminar.nuv[at]gmail.com with subject “Abstract – National Conference on Law and Social Transformation.”

It should include the following:

  • Title of the paper
  • Keywords
  • Name of the author/s
  • Designation
  • Name of the institution
  • Email address
  • Contact details

Registration

On abstract being selected, the author/authors have to register by making an online payment. In case of more than one author, all the co-authors have to register separately.

Link for the registration form and online payment shall be available on the website HERE.

On the spot registration (Late fees) is also available only for participation and not for Paper presentation. Participation Certificate would be given to those who have registered for only participation.

Registration Fees

  1. Researchers and Students: Rs. 500/-
  2. Professionals: Rs 1500/-
  3. Academicians: Rs 1000/-
  4. Research Scholars: Rs 500/-

Deadlines

  1. · Submission of Abstract: 25th December 2019
  2. · Confirmation of Abstract: 20th December 2019
  3. · Submission of full paper: 10th January 2020
  4. · National Seminar: 25th January 2020

Contact Information

E-mail: seminar.nuv[at]gmail.com

Ms. Devayani Puranik

President: Student Council, M: 8780910487

Mr. Raj Vaghela

Vice President: Student Council, M: 7600356108

Ms. Shivani Kinniwadi

General Secretary, M: 7499925929

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For the brochure, click here.

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