Faculty of Law at the Banasthali Vidyapith, an all women’s law school was established in the year 2013 to nurture legal professionals of the highest order and to pass the usual strong virtues of the Vidyapith to girls from various parts of the country.
Location: Vanasthali, Rajasthan
About the Seminar
Faculty of Law, Banasthali Vidyapith is organising the National Seminar on Moral and Ethical Issues in the Legal Profession.
The Legal profession plays important role in the administration of justice. Ulpian has considered ‘lawyers’ as a cultivator of justice and one who profess knowledge of what is just and equitable.
In this process besides other components, an advocate is the most accountable, privileged and erudite person of the society. His acts are role model for the society, which are necessary to be regulated and for him, improvement of the administration of justice is a perennial task.
This Seminar is an attempt to address the concerns of various components/actors involved in the process of administration of justice and to discuss moral and ethical issues questioning the integrity of the legal profession.
Young participants of seminar coming from diverse backgrounds will be able to understand the relevance and importance of Bar-Bench relations, conscious public participation in the present political scenario so as to strengthen the pillars of democracy ultimately.
Date: 13th November 2019
Submission Registration and Application Details
Who can Apply?
It is an interdisciplinary student-centric seminar/event. Students other than girls are allowed to participate only in absentia. Absentia participants have to send good quality video recording of their presentations.
Paper presenters: Rs 300/-(up to 9th October 2019) and Rs 900/- (till 20th October 2019)
Attendees: Rs 200/-
Call for Papers
The abstract, Full paper and Payment Receipt shall be sent to the lawseminar.bv[at]gmail.com for confirmation/
Abstract Submission: 9th October 2019
Acceptance of Abstract: 11th October 2019
Full Paper/Last Date of Registration: 8th November 2019
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