Shankarrao Chavan Law College was established in 2003 with the objective of nurturing future legal professionals and researchers with ideas and values required for playing a constructive role to create a better world.
The College is affiliated to Savitribai Phule Pune University, Approved by Bar Council of India, recognized by Government of Maharashtra with an ISO Certification and accredited with ‘A’ Grade by NAAC.
About the Conference
Shankarrao Chavan Law College, Pune is organising a two-day National Conference on Gateway to Rights and Remedial Measures for Persons with Disabilities: Past, Present and Future on 13th and 14th March 2020.
Judges, Academicians, Lawyers and Researchers of law discipline, Government Officials and Policy Makers, Representatives of NGOs working for persons with disabilities.
Call for Papers
The organisers invite original, unpublished research papers for the national conference from students, research scholars, academicians and practicing lawyers on above sub-themes. Authors shall declare that the manuscripts submitted for the conference do not infringe the copyright of any other person.
The interested researcher should send an abstract which contains 250— 300 words accompanied by a brief profile of the author including email ID, contact number, research background (if any) and institutional affiliation at confscIc2020[at]gmail.com.
Law Student from Pune (including MMM’s SCLC, Pune)
Law Student outside Pune (Without accommodation)
Law Student outside Pune (With accommodation)
Research Scholar from Pune
Research Scholar outside Pune (Without accommodation)
Research Scholar outside Pune (With accommodation)
Academicians, Lawyers and other professionals from Pune
Academicians, Lawyers and other professionals outside Pune (Without accommodation)
Academicians, Lawyers and other professionals outside Pune (With accommodation)
Last Date for Abstract Submission: 28th February 2020
Acceptance of Selected Abstracts: 10th February 2020
Last Date for Full Paper Submission: 29th February 2020
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