A South Asian Research Colloquium on Constitutional Law 2021-22 is being organised by MNLU Mumbai, University of Colombo, Sri Lanka and Indian Law Institute, New Delhi.
About the Colloquium
Maharashtra National Law University Mumbai is collaborating with the University of Colombo, Sri Lanka and Indian Law Institute, New Delhi to host the South Asian Research Colloquium on Constitutional Law 2021-22.
The theme of this year’s research colloquium is South Asian Constitutionalism, Crisis and Unstable Democracies. SARC aims to provide a unique forum to young legal academicians from South Asian countries.
This will be a unique opportunity for the participants to strengthen their comparative research on constitutional law. It aims to publish peer-reviewed high-quality academic research articles in the form of a special issue.
- Workshop I: Introduction to Research Methods in Constitutional Law
(November- December 2021)
- Workshop II: Research Development Workshops and first Review and Discussion of Draft Paper: Symposium
(February – March 2022)
- Workshop III: Presentation of Research Papers and Reviews by Discussants
- Presentation and Publication of Academic Research Papers: International Conference on South Asian Constitutionalism, Crisis and Unstable Democracies
Who can Apply?
Young legal academics from South Asia with 1-5 years of teaching/research experience can apply.
- No participation fee will be charged.
- Participants will be selected on the basis of a review of the application form.
- Articles of the participants shall be published as a book by a reputed publisher or a special issue of an indexed journal. 20 participants will be selected based on geographical representation and their writing sample.
- Click on the link given at the end of this post, to register for the colloquium.
October 30, 2021
For any further details, refer to the brochure.