Sarsuna Law College, Kolkata is organising a National Conference cum Training Program on Emerging Trends of Expert Evidence in Administration of Justice.
DATE: 7th March 2020
VENUE and TIME: Auditorium, Sarsuna Law College, 1/HB/4, Ho-Chi-Minh Sarani, Kolkata – 700 061
TIME: 12pm to 4 pm.
Participation is welcome from the academicians, legal professionals, research scholars, students etc. All participants will be provided with a conference kit and participant certificate.
CALL FOR PAPERS
Academicians, legal professionals, research scholars, students etc. are invited to submit their full papers for the conference. Selected papers will be considered for publication in the journal.
Authors are requested to submit the full paper including abstract to the organizing committee on or before 19th February 2020.
The full paper not exceeding 1500-2000 words should include:
- Title of the paper
- It must be typewritten in the Times New Roman, 12 Points, Line Spacing: 1.5 and justified alignment. All footnotes shall be in the Times New Roman, 10 Points, Line Spacing: 1 and justified alignment.
- Name, Designation and Institution of Author(s), Email, Contact number
- All full papers are to be submitted at sarsunalawconf[at]gmail.com in .doc or .docx format with the subject titled as ‘FULL PAPER: YOUR NAME(s)’ respectively.
- Decisions of the organizing committee to accept papers for presentation at the conference shall be final. For any query, participants can call the student convener or send an email at sarsunalawconf[at]gmail.com.
Dr. Ishtiaque Ahmed (+91 8296469508)
Dr. Syeda Shamima Begum (+91 9433410679)
Susmita Jana (+91 84818 78797)
Biyanka Bhattacharya (+918820510426)
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