Kristu Jayanti College of Law is affiliated to Karnataka State Law University and Recognized by the Bar Council of India. The College has been institutionalized and organized by CMI Fathers.
Kristu Jayanti College of Law is unique for organizing tailor-made programs which include Interactive sessions with Honorable Judges of the various courts from the lower levels to the apex court, leading Lawyers, Industrialists, Experts and Academicians in the field of Law.
About Chair on Consumer Law and Practice (CLAP)
The Chair on Consumer Law and Practice has been established in August 2008, by the Ministry of Consumer Affairs, Food & Public Distribution Department of Consumer Affairs, Government of India, New Delhi at National Law School of India University (NLSIU), Bengaluru to promote research, teaching and training in Consumer Law and Practice.
About the Workshop
Kristu Jayanti College of Law and Chair on Consumer Law and Practice propose to organize a One-day Workshop on “Consumer Protection Law: New Challenges” on Saturday 15th February, 2020 at Kristu Jayanti College of Law, Bengaluru.
Date: 15th February 2020
Objectives of the Program
To generate awareness and understanding of the laws regarding consumer protection in force in India, after the re-enactment of the Consumer Protection Act, 2019 and the new reforms thereof. This is proposed through an intensive Panel Discussion in Workshop.
To ensure that the students/Advocates/Faculty Member/participants become ‘informed consumers’, by understanding and acknowledging the values, standards and ethics in consumerism.
To stimulate and inculcate in the participant a culture of research.
Constitutional and the New Legal Framework for Consumer Protection.
Consumer Movement and Functioning of Consumer Clubs/NGOs
Measures for effective enforcement of Consumer Protection Act, 2019.
ADR and Consumer Courts vis a vis the Judiciary.
E-Commerce and Consumer Protection
Who can participate?
Students/Advocates/Faculty Members are eligible to participate in the workshop.
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