The Centre for Constitutional Law of Law College Dehradun, Faculty of Uttaranchal University is organizing a National Seminar on ‘Proportionality as a tool for advancing rule of Law’ by Hon’ble Mr Justice A.K. Sikri, Former Judge, Supreme Court of India.
This seminar is organized with the objective of initiating a discussion on contemporary constitutional law issues of utmost importance.
Digital certificates will be provided.
No registration fees
About the Keynote Speaker
Justice Sikri appointed as a Judge of the Delhi High Court on 7th July, 1999. He was appointed as the Acting Chief Justice of the Delhi High Court on 10th October 2011 and elevated as the Chief Justice of Punjab and Haryana High Court on 23rd September 2012. He was elevated to the Supreme Court of India on 12th April 2013.
He pursued his LL.B from Law Faculty, Delhi University in the year 1977, during which he also served as the president of Campus Law Centre. He was a member of the Academic Council and of various committees of Delhi University.
He secured the Gold Medal for attaining the first position in LL.B. He was also awarded a special prize for getting the highest marks in Constitutional Law.
He pursued his LL.M from Delhi University and secured the first position in the course. Just Sikri enrolled as an advocate in July 1977 with the Bar Council of Delhi and started practicing in Delhi.
He specialised in Constitutional cases, labour law, and arbitration matters. He has represented numerous public sector undertakings, educational institutions, banks and financial institutions, and various private sector corporations. He was also a part-time lecturer in Campus Law Centre, Delhi University from 1984 1989).
He served as Vice-President at the Delhi High Court Bar Association in 1994-95. He was designated as a Senior Advocate by the Delhi High Court on 30th September 1997.
In November 2013, Dr. Ram Manohar Lohiya National Law University, Lucknow conferred him a Doctorate of Laws, Honoris Causa.
Venue and Time
Seminar Hall of Law College Dehradun, Faculty of Uttaranchal University at 10 A.M.
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