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CfP: Conference on Corporate Laws on 6-7 Feb 2020 at Ansal University, Gurugram [Submit by 20 Dec]

About AUAnsal University established in 2012 under the Haryana Private Universities Act 2006 which was a private college situated in Sushant Lok II, Sector 55, Gurgaon, National Capital Region, India.
About Conference Ansal University’s Centre for Corporate Law, Research and Training (CCLRT) is organising a Two Day National Conference on Corporate Laws on February 6-7, 2020 and invite papers for presentations during the conference. Submission GuidelinesNo Plagiarism shall be allowed. Participants have the discretion to choose their title however, it must not deviate from the sub-themes provided. Formatting Style: Font Type: GaramondFont Size (Headings): 14 BoldFont Size (Sub-headings): 12 BoldFootnotes: 10Line Spacing: 1.5Footnoting Style: JILI (Journal of Indian Law Institute) Citation Format
Cover Page: Title of the PaperName of the Author Affiliated InstitutionWord Limit:  Abstract must be 350 to 500 words.Paper must be 6000 to 8000 words.
Registration FeesStudents/Research Scholars: 1000/- …

CfP: National Conference on Changing Dimensions of IPR on 4 Jan at Asian Law College, Noida [Submit by Dec 10]

About ALCAsian Law College established under Asian Education group offers BA LLB 5 years & LLB, 3 years programme, affiliated to Chaudhary Charan Singh University (CCS) Meerut and is approved by Bar Council of India (BCI). The Research and Development Cell at ALC is responsible for the formulation and implementation of the overall guidelines related to the promotion of research and publication. Research has been an integral element for legal education at ALC, since the time of its inception. About ConferenceAsian Law College is organising a National Conference on Changing Dimensions of IPR. IPR and their protection have gained significant momentum in today’s world. There is a sea change in times since Act VI of 1856 on the protection of inventions. Distinguish scholars, faculties and students are requested to participate in the conference and have dialogic engagement with the speakers invited for the conference. Submission GuidelinesYour Abstract should not exceed 300 words and must b…

[Call For Papers] 2nd International Conference on Comparative Constitutional Law 5-6 March 2020 at Amity University [Submit by 22 Dec 2019]

ABOUT THE CONFERENCE The Amity Law School Noida in collaboration with School of Business and Law, Edith Cowan University, Western Australia is proud to organise the 2nd Annual International Conference on Comparative Constitutional Law (ICCCL 2020) on 5th-6th March, 2020 (Thu-Fri) at Amity Law School Noida. The conference is being organized in academic partnership with NALSAR University of Law (Hyderabad), Ram Manohar Lohia National Law University (Lucknow), Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law (Punjab), H.P. National Law University (Himachal Pradesh), Dharmashastra National Law University (Madhya Pradesh) and Himalayan Garhwal University (Uttarakhand). THEME Identifying and Analysing the Challenges of the Constitutional Framework of India and Australia
SUB-THEMES
Constitutional Liberates, Freedoms and Rights in the context of National SecurityRelevance of Nationalism and Sovereignty in the era of GlobalisationChallenges to Secularism in a pluralistic societyWelfare State and Changing co…

Symposium on Consumerism, Consumer Citizenship and Sustainable Consumption Jan 11-12 2020 at SLS, Hyderabad [Submit by Dec 10]

About the InstituteSymbiosis Law School (SLS) Hyderabad is established in 2014 inheriting splendid novelty, dynamism and excellence in the education of Symbiosis International Deemed University, Pune. Centre for Consumer Rights and Marketing (CCRM) has been established in Symbiosis Law School, Hyderabad with the motive of understanding the multi-dimensional aspects of a buyer and seller relationships About the SymposiumSymbiosis Law School (SLS) Hyderabad, Centre for Consumer Rights and Marketing (CCRM) is organising National Symposium on Consumerism, Consumer Citizenship and Sustainable Consumption. Papers are invited from different disciplines including Law, Business Management, Political Science and Environmental Sciences. 
Objectives To bring to the fore the role of the legal fraternity in creating a platform for the consumer responsibilities and citizenshipTo discuss the legal implications of consumer citizenship in the globalized economy and sustainable consumption.Themes“Consumerism…

[Free Reg] Surrey Law Postgraduate Conference 2020 on 9 May 2020 at University of Surrey [Submit by 31 Dec]

Concept Note From the rise of polarised politics and the decrease of confidence in institutions, to the global shifts in economic power and technological development, the law must deal with a world that is increasingly becoming more and more complex. In these times of complexity and change, the law must respond to diverse challenges by incrementally regulating, proactively restructuring or even radically transforming established institutions and practices. These times demand insightful reflection about the role of law in governing society, economy, environment, technology, security and other fields. Submissions may include any original contributions that examine a broad range of issues and challenges ranging from human rights, climate change, Brexit, cybersecurity, the refugee crisis, crises faced by international dispute resolution institutions, domestic institutions etc., and how the law could respond to these challenges. This conference intends to foster theoretical and interdiscipl…

(Fully Funded) Iceland Writers Retreat 2020 for Writers Worldwide at Reykjavik, Iceland [Apply by 31 Oct]

The Iceland Writers Retreat Alumni Award offers writers in need of financial support an opportunity to attend the Iceland Writers Retreat April 29 to May 3, 2020 in Reykjavik, Iceland. Full funding covers participation in the program, accommodations and round-trip flights to Iceland. The retreat features a series of small-group writing workshops and cultural tours designed to introduce participants to Iceland’s literary heritage. The main focus will be fiction and nonfiction books. About the Iceland Writers Retreat Held for the first time in April 2014, the Iceland Writers Retreat is an event comprised of a series of small-group writing workshops and cultural tours designed to introduce participants to Iceland’s rich literary heritage. Faculty in 2020 include Maria Semple, Kamila Shamsie, David Chariandy, Gretchen Rubin, and Ariel Levy. The Iceland Writers Retreat was named one of the world’s best writers’ retreats by the Sydney Morning Herald, and one of the top 10 “Events to travel for…

(Free Registration) 2nd IPIRA Conference 27-28 Feb 2020 at Universitas Indonesia (Partial Funding) [Submit by 30 Oct]

ANNUAL CONFERENCE
The IP & Innovation Researchers of Asia Network is organising the Second IP & Innovation Researchers of Asia (IPIRA) Conference, which will be held on 27 -28 February 2020 at the Faculty of Law, Universitas Indonesia, in Jakarta, Indonesia. The SecondIPIRA Conference is organized as a collaboration between the Faculty of Law, Universitas Indonesia as local host, Texas A&M University School of Law, the School of Law, University of Geneva, the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO), and the World Trade Organization (WTO).. Call for Papers Academics and researchers who are interested in presenting at the Second IPIRA Conference can submit the request to present by responding to this Call for Papers. The organizers welcome submissions by senior, mid-career, and junior academics. Submissions from a variety of disciplines, including legal scholars, economists, sociologists, scholars from the humanities, etc., are encouraged. All scholars writing on topics r…

National Conference on 20th October At Adamas University, Kolkata [Submit By 13 Oct]

ABOUT THE CONFERENCE
The national conference aims to examine relevance of criminal law amendments in elimination of discrimination against women if any or otherwise, the reason behind the outcome, the challenges the judiciary and the executive face, the sociological perspectives, suggestion and the way forward.
Theme
Relevance of Criminal Law Amendments from 2013 to 2018 in eliminating Discrimination against Women in India
Date
20th Oct 2019
Venue
Adamas University, Auditorium 

PROSPECTIVE PARTICIPANTS

* Academicians and research scholars from the field of law and social sciences
* Advocates/legal practitioners/judges and ADR practitioners * Policy drafters, NGO officials and social workers * Governments officers and other law enforcement officers * Members from the executive engaged in the department of women & child development and social welfare and from national and state women commission * Law students and students of social science

SUBMISSION GUIDELINES

* The length of the paper should be w…