The Bar Council of Punjab and Haryana is the apex body regulating and monitoring legal activities in the States of Punjab, Haryana and Chandigarh. The body was constituted in the year 1961 on the passing of the Advocates Act, 1961 by the Indian Parliament.
The body consists of 25 elected members to be voted to the post by Advocates in all the three States along with the Advocate General’s for the States of Punjab and Haryana as ExOfficio Members.
About the Conference
The Bar Council Punjab and Haryana is organizing an International Conference in the wake of 550th Birth Anniversary of Sikh Guru Shri Guru Nanak Dev Ji on the keynote topic of ‘Philosophy of Shri Guru Nanak Dev Ji and its relevance today in Equity, Social Justice and Environment’ which is to be inaugurated by Hon’ble Mr. Justice Sharad Arvind Bobde, The Chief Justice of India in the august presence of Judges from the Supreme Court of India, Sri Lanka and Bhutan. Dignitaries also include the Chief Justice of Punjab and Haryana High Court, Judges from the Royal Court of Justice of England and Wales amongst others.
The inaugural and plenary session of the Conference is being organized at the Gymnasium Hall, Panjab University, Sector 14, Chandigarh. The working sessions will be conducted in the adjoining Golden Jubilee and ICSSR halls in respective intervals.
Duration: 9 AM to 6 PM on 1st February 2020.
Volunteer for the Conference
Volunteering positions are open for organising the International Conference on 1st February 2020. Both law students and young lawyers can volunteer for this conference.
The followings tasks are to be undertaken:
1. Handling of registration
2. Managing and coordinating with the attendees
3. Hospitality and Informal Protocol
4. Easing coordination among chief organisers
5. Managing and handling the stage protocol
6. Distribution of requisite texts
7. Managing other queries via the help desk
Number of volunteer positions
International Conference organising certificate. Lunch will also be provided to all the volunteers.
How to Apply?
Interested can send profile via email on icfeb20[at]gmail.com writing ‘Volunteer’ in subject o the mail.
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