An International Seminar is being organised by University Law College, Bangalore and the British Council on November 12th.
Seminar details in brief:
Indo UK perspectives on Public and Transactional Laws
12th November 2014
Jnana Jyothi Auditorium, Central College Campus, Bangalore University, Bangalore
University Law College & P.G. Department of Law, Bangalore University, Bangalore and British Council
The present seminar emphasizes the need and relevance of public and transactional laws and focuses upon the interface between human rights, property rights and other relevant right centered regimes and international laws. It seeks to highlight the developments in the public and transactional laws with reference to UK and India.
It is an opportunity to explore the changes that have taken place so that the law teachers and law students can contribute towards enhancement of the ambit of this multidimensional approach to the new avenues that are fast becoming relevant in international transactions and human rights. The aim of the Seminar would is to explore the diversities in law in a globalized world.
Abstract & Full papers are invited on the following Sub – Themes:
1. Human Rights & International Law
2. Human Rights & Property
3. Intellectual Property Law- International Issues
4. Human Rights & National Security
5. Clinical legal education
6. Global Legal education
7. International Labour Standards
8. Comparative Teaching methods in law
9. Human rights & Environment
10. Comparative Constitutional Law
Abstracts not exceeding 300 words in Times New Roman, Font size 12, single space must be mailed to firstname.lastname@example.org
Abstract (both hard and soft copies) along with D.D and Registration form should reach on or before 5th November 2014
Submission of Full Paper: 8th November 2014
Please download the following documents:
Access the Brochure HERE.
Download the Registration Form HERE.