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CfP: National Conference by Siddhartha Law College, Dehradun [May 9 – 10; Hybrid]: Submit Abstracts by April 20!

Submissions are invited to a national conference by Siddhartha Law College, Dehradun. Submit Abstracts by April 20!

About Siddhartha Law College, Dehradun

A quality legal education opens up a plethora of opportunities and avenues for law students. Today, legal education in India is in a very shabby state. It has become a cause of concern for all stakeholders and the country at large.

Establishing dedicated Law Universities took some ameliorative steps, but due to their own constraints, such as inadequate funds, unsatisfactory infrastructure, lack of good and dedicated faculties, etc., the desired result is nowhere in sight.

As an encouraging development in this respect, Siddhartha Law College College was established in 2009 and registered under the auspices of Siddhartha Group of Institutions (SGI). It is managed by Siddhartha Educational Society (Regd. No. 1363/2002-2003), under the dynamic leadership of renowned social worker Mr Durga Prasad Verma Siddhartha Law College is developing under the guidance of Justice guidance (Retd.) V.K. Maheshwari, Director Siddhartha Law College.

Siddhartha Law College is affiliated to Veer Madbo Singh Bhandari Uttarakhand Technological University (Uttarakhand State Govt University) and approved by the Bar Council of India, New Delhi.

About the Event

Judicial creativity is a critical aspect of the judicial process, which allows judges to develop new legal principles and policies that are not explicitly stated in the Constitution or other legal texts. It is the active process of implementing the rule of law, which is necessary for the survival of democracy.

Supreme Court, despite its constitutional limitation, has come up with flying colours as a champion of justice in the true sense of the word. The positive outcome of judicial creativity is to the innovation of hidden Constitutional rights for the protection of citizens from State actions.

The present era is one of innovation and technology. Rapid advancements in technology have ushered in a new era, bringing with it a myriad of legal and constitutional implications. In the present digital era, the judiciary is integrating technology to expedite justice delivery.

The seminar aims to gather input on legal issues relating to technology and a broad understanding of the developments of legal issues in this field that will help generate a more holistic viewpoint about the existing concerns. It also aims to explore the intersection of constitutional principles with the challenges and opportunities the digital landscape presents. It also focuses on how Judges protect the principles of constitutionalism in this digital age.

Eligibility

Any professional, student and research scholar.

Mode

The conference is taking place offline and online in Dehradun, Uttarakhand.

How to Register?

Interested participants can register using the link provided at the end of this post.

Submission Procedure

Email: slc.publications.2022@gmail.com

Important Dates

  • Last date for Registration & Abstract Submission: 20th April, 2024
  • Last date for full paper submission: 25th April 2024
  • Confirmation: 5th May 2024
  • Date of Conference: 9th and 10th May, 2024

Categories and Fees

  • Faculty member: ₹1500
  • Legal practitioner/professional: ₹1000
  • Research scholar: ₹800
  • Students: ₹600
  • Aman Das- +91 6909268110
  • Akansha Verma- +917668766467
  • Khushi Srivastava- +91 89229 72481

Click here to register.

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