Zia Judicials Legal Research Cell was formed due to the sub-standards of education provided by the existing institutes. Zia Judicials is located in Laxmi Nagar, Delh. Zia Ansari was focused to start LRC (Legal Research Cell) as a separate wing of Zia Judicials. ZJ-LRC aims to share knowledge through organizing seminars, workshops, conferences, talk shows.
About the Seminar
‘Sedition’ means words or actions that make people rebel against the authority of the State.
The full meaning of sedition was explained by Lord Fitzgerald thus: “Sedition is a crime against society, nearly allied to that of treason, and it frequently precedes treason by a short interval. Sedition in itself is a comprehensive term, and it embraces all those practices, whether by word, deed, or writing which are calculated to disturb the tranquillity of the State and lead ignorant persons to endeavour to subvert the Government and laws of the Empire.
Law students, Academicians, Judicial Aspirant, Judges, Advocates, Etc
Topics to be Covered
History of Sedition Law
Why we need Sedition Law
Issues in Sedition
Sedition law and its Constitutional Validity
Use and misuse of Sedition Law
Sedition Law in Indian Democracy
Section 124A IPC: Should parliament repeal or amend the sedition law
Sedition law in stand of Supreme Court of India
Sedition – A consequence or mere conduct crime
Chief Guest: Hon’ble Mr. Justice Permod Kohli: Former Chief Justice, Sikkim High Court
Guest of Honour: Advocate D.K. Singh: Vice-Chairman Bar Council of Delhi
Mr. Pavan Narang: Advocate, Supreme Court of India
Mr. J.S. Kalra: Advocate, Delhi High Court
Dr. Anurag Deep: Asst. Professor, Indian Law Institute
Date: 5th April 2020, Sunday
Time: 9am to 5pm
Venue: The Indian Society of International Law, New Delhi
Rs 600/- (Students)
Rs 1000/- (Professionals)
Last Date: 2nd April 2020
Inclusions: Stationery Kit, Participation Certificate and Lunch at the Venue
For Registration and More details Contact: 8527322073, 9899905301, 8005821541
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