Webinar on Revisiting the Ayodhya Judgement by Think India and Licitelite [August 5, 6 PM]: Register Now!

About the Organisations

LicitElite, focuses on providing assistance to Law students in self-grooming while acquiring better knowledge, by generating an exclusive learning platform through activities like law classes, blog writing, competitions etc. It also aims to connect with legal experts to design better learning opportunities.

Think India is a forum of students from premier institutes like IIT, IIM, IISc, and National Law University and other such premier institutes in the various field of academia, across India. It is a pan India initiative to bring together the best talents of the country and to infuse in them a ‘Nation First’ attitude along with intellectual spirit.

About the Webinar

Think India Chandigarh and Licitelite presents a Webinar on Revisiting the Ayodhya Judgement.

The theory and practice of law comes down to the application of scientific methodology in the analysis of cases, because the law is, in fact, a science about singular and particular problems. Although they may try to get a glimpse of the system as a function of cases, “in a rational sense, it is the problem and not the system that sets up the essence of the legal thought”.

For a legal professional, precedents are of utmost importance and the judgments like Ram Mandir’s are required to be well understood, as it has been one of the most controversial and talked-about cases. In view of the same, they feel the requirement to unroll the expert knowledge about the Ayodhya dispute & verdict, by revisiting the same and disseminate the knowledge among the students & legal fraternity.

About the Speakers

In this interaction with Professor Dr. Devinder Singh, Department of Law Panjab University Chandigarh & Ms. Sofia Bhambri, Advocate, Delhi High Court they will discuss the background, the dispute, the Law and the verdict of Ram Mandir case.

Topic: Revisiting the Ayodhya Judgement (Background, Dispute, Law and the Verdict)

Highlights

  • Religious and Historical Background
  • Beginning of Dispute
  • Demolition of Disputed Structure
  • Stages of Trial
  • Efforts of Mediation and Final Verdict

About the Speakers

  • Dr. Devinder Singh is a Professor at Department of Law, Panjab University Chandigarh, Former faculty of Army Institute of Law, Mohali.
  • Advocate Sofia Bhambhri: Managing Partner at S.Bhambri & Associates (Advocates), Delhi.

Venue and Time

Google meet on 5th August 2020 from 6:00 PM Onwards

Registration Details

Registration for the Webinar is Free.

Note: Certificates will be sent only to the registered participants who will fill out the feedback form at the end of the session.

Contact Details

For more details Whatsapp us at: +91 98107 93800 and +91 83607 33180

E-mail ID: admin[at]licitelite.com and thinkindiapunjab[at]gmail.com 

 

The official notification of the webinar is here.

 

Webinar on Revisiting the Ayodhya Judgement by Think India and Licitelite

 

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