National Symposium on Law and Development @ IFIM Law School, Bangalore [March 22]: Register by March 20

IFIM Law School, Bangalore with its unique idea of understanding the inter-disciplinary issue of Law and Development is organising a National Symposium on Law and Development: A Global Perspective on 22nd March 2019.

The symposium is aimed at deliberations by prominent speakers from India as well as abroad on the interrelations of law and development. The societal and economic development of a country is dependent on the international and national legal framework, this is imperative for each one of us to deliberate and share our ideas to frame the legal regulations which do not pose as a roadblock to development.

The field of law and development examines the role of law, legal institutions and legal systems, both domestic and international, in the processes of economic and social development, particularly in developing countries, emerging markets, and nations in transition. It seeks to understand how law may both inhibit and foster desired change and the ways in which legal institutions may be organized to achieve national and international policy goals.


Justice Subhash Bashetti Adi: Former Judge of the High Court of Karnataka and Upa Lokayukta of Karnataka Lokayukta.

Dr. Arnaud Raynouard: Professor of Law and Vice-President of University Paris-Dauphine, Paris, France.

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Dr. Sudhir Krishnaswamy: Co-founder of Centre for Law and Policy Research and a partner at Ashira Law.

Prof. Dr. T.S. Somashekar: Professor of Economics at NLSIU, Bangalore.

Registration Procedure

Interested participants shall fill in the registration form (given here) and the payment details and email it to

Registration Fee: Rs 200/-

Registration Fee includes registration kit and refreshments.

The last date for registration is 20th March 2019.


10:00AM-1:00 PM


We invite all the Academicians, Professionals, Research Scholars and Students to participate in the workshop.



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