The NLIU Journal of Intellectual Property Law is a student run, faculty regulated, peer reviewed law journal published annually by the Cell for Studies in Intellectual Property Rights. The last date for submission is 15th February, 2013.
Guidelines1. Manuscript must be accompanied with an abstract of not more than 350 words.
2. Joint Authorship is allowed with the maximum of two authors.
3. The Author/s are required to email the manuscript to firstname.lastname@example.org
4. Last date for submission – January 1, 2013
The Students’ Union, Campus Law Centre, Faculty of Law, University of Delhi invites submissions for the inaugural issue of CLC Student Law Review. The student edited and peer reviewed publication is solely dedicated to submissions from students.
Themes1. Setting Up of Aviation Security Force Need to promote higher education in Civil Aviation
2. Need for disabled friendly law and policy In Civil Aviation
3. Need for Ombudsmen in Civil Aviation
4. Competition Law and Civil Aviation
The Entertainment Law Society, an initiative by the students of Karnataka State Law University, is delighted to invite papers for presentation in the 1st International Symposium on Law and Business of Entertainmentto be held on 6-7 December 2012 at KSLU, Hubli.
It gives us great pleasure in informing you that the Gujarat National Law University, Gujarat (India) www.gnlu.ac.in is organizing the Global Maritime Annual Conference (GMAC) on 9th and 10th January, 2013 at Gandhinagar, Gujarat, India with special themes on Ocean Resources, Maritime Transportation and Insurance.
International Policy Analysis Network, Asia‘s first youth-led public policy think tank has initiated an Annual Working Paper Series in association with School of Agriculture Law and Economics (SALE), Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law, India from the year 2012. The Research Theme for 2012 edition of this series is “FDI in Multi-Brand
Sub-themes of the SeminarEconomic Reforms in India: An Overview
Economic Liberalisation: Law practice in India
Economic Liberalisation: Role of FDI in shaping different sectors of Economy
Economic Liberalisation: Challenges ahead
The Kerala Law Academy is holding its First International Conference on Conservation of Forests, Wild Life and Ecology from 15 Dec-17 Dec. The theme of the Conference is “The Legal Regime and Measures for Conservation of Bio Diversity and Protection of Ecological Balance of Western Ghats”. It’s a venue where science meets law.
The journal is a bi-annual, peer-reviewed ISSN serial publication from Institute of Law, Nirma University. It showcases contemporary issues and challenges specific to law; with an inter-disciplinary approach towards knowledge.
Papers are invited on following themes: 1.Securing Compliance with International Humanitarian Law: Contemporary Enforcement Mechanisms2.Military Interventions and principles of Proportionality and Necessity3.International Humanitarian Law and New Weapon Technologies
The Journals and Publications Society, School of Law, Christ University, invites contributions on contemporary issues of law from legal professionals, activists, academics and students for the second issue of its biannual peer-reviewed, Christ University Law Journal (CULJ), ISSN 2278-4322, to be published in January 2013.
Sub-Themes of the SeminarProtection of medicinal plants
Coding and decoding of medicinal formulations from plant products
Sui generis methods of traditional knowledge protection and importance
Constitutional provisions for performer’s & artists
Challenges in the enforcement of copyrights in contemporary India
Comparative concerns of global enforcement of copyrights & performer’s rights
Challenges of protection of artistic creativity in the context of media
Dates Submission of Abstract: 30 September 2012Abstract Confirmation: 15 October 2012Submission of paper: 30 December 2012Peer review response: 15 January 2013Submission of final paper: 30 January 2013
Topics: 1. Directors Remuneration
2. Reservation for Women Directors
3. Directors‟ Responsibility and Ensuing Liabilities
4. E- Governance
5. Mandatory Regulation versus Voluntary Compliance
6. Implications of the GAAR
The National Law School Journal seeks contributions in the form of long articles (8,000-12,000 words), shorter essays (5,000-8,000 words), comments on judicial decisions (3,000–5,000 words), analysis of legislative materials (3,000-5,000 words) and reviews of recently published books (2,000-3,000 words) besides other forms of scholarly writing.