The thought of organizing a National Conference on Law and Social Transformation [NCLS-2020] took roots with the desire to pay homage to legal legendary Mr. Nani Palkhivala, who was a champion of civil liberties, a far-sighted economic thinker and a par-excellence lawyer. The aim is to celebrate his birth centenary, commemorating his scholarly contribution towards “the basic structure” doctrine. Discussing all the facets of his charismatic personality will surely inspire and motivate students, teachers and the young legal professionals to follow his example of hard work, self-improvement
and dedication towards the profession.
Law does not work in isolation but works in society. Law not only is an effective instrument for social change, but it also leads to peaceful social transformation. Laws like Abolition of Untouchability, Child Marriage Prohibition Act, Anti Dowry Laws, Prevention of Sexual Harassment Act, the new laws relating to corporate governance and as recent as artificial intelligence have changed the society for better. The dynamic nature of law has contributed to the constant evolution of mankind. We at Alliance University, School of Law, have always strived to achieve excellence in legal research and are hence organising the National Conference on Law and Social Transformation [NCLS-2020] on March 28, 2020 and this would be an annual endeavor in the years to come. We invite people from all the spheres of life ranging from judges, academicians, advocates, NGO representatives, corporate in-house lawyers, research scholars and students for this multi-disciplinary National Conference. The objective of the conference is to bring people from diverse backgrounds to one platform to discuss the lacunae in the legal system and to recommend changes such that it leads to holistic social transformation.
Law and Social Transformation
Participants can present a research paper on any of the following areas connecting law to social transformation.
- Business Laws
- Constitution and the common man
- Criminal Law
- Intellectual Property Laws
- International Trade Law
- Maritime Law
- Public Finance and Taxation
- Social Securities and Labour Welfare
- Sustainable Development
- Transnational Laws
- Personal Laws in Changing Times
- Identity, Politics and Law
- Industrial and Environmental Issues
- Law, Economics and Management Studies
- Law, Society and Religion
- Law, Medicine and Ethics
- Alternative Dispute Resolution
- Legal Education and Research
- Mass Media as Watchdog of Democracy
- Law, Science and Technology
- Gender Justice and Feminist Jurisprudence
- Democracy and National Securities Law
(Including SAARC countries)
|Industry Experts||INR 5000.00|
|Payment to be made via demand draft or wire transfer, drawn in favour of:|
|Bank Name:||Punjab National Bank|
|Account Type:||SB Account|
|Abstract:||Not more than 300 words and a minimum of relevant 5 key-words|
|Paper:||Co-authorship is permitted to a maximum of two authors. However, both authors need to register separately. In case of co-authorship at least one author must attend the conference to present the paper. In absentia presentations are not allowed.|
|Maximum Length:||6000 words including title/cover page and references|
|Margins:||1" on all sides|
|Regular Font:||Times New Roman, 12points, Line spacing 1.5 justified|
|Title Font:||Times New Roman, 14points, bold, Line spacing 1.5|
|Footnotes:||Times New Roman, font size 10 with spacing of 1.0|
To maintain the quality of the research papers, the final submitted research papers will be peer-reviewed. The authors of the selected papers will be invited to present the paper at the conference and their research papers will be published in an edited book with ISBN as chapters.
Two best research papers and one presentation in each track will be awarded.
|Patron||Dr. Anubha Singh
Acting Vice-Chancellor & Pro Vice-Chancellor
|Advisors||Prof. (Dr.) Benarji Chakka
Associate Dean, Alliance School of Law
|Prof. (Dr.) Mukul Saxena
Professor, Alliance School of Law
|Conference Chair||Prof. (Dr.) Kiran Gardner
Associate Dean, Alliance School of Law
|Dr. Rashmi K. S.
Assistant Professor, Alliance School of Law
|Organising Committee||Dr. Syam Kumar|
|Dr. Heena Ghanshyam Patoli|
|Prof. Devaiah N. G.|
|Prof. V. J. Jithin|
|Prof. Upankar Chutia|
|Prof. Yamini Chandra Prabha|
|Conference Secretariat||Office of the Dean, Alliance School of Law|
|Student Convenors||Mr. Tauseef Jawed|
|Mr. Aditya Durgvanshi|
|Ms. Simran Surana|
Alliance University is a Private University established in Karnataka by the State Act No.34 of year 2010. The University is jointly recognized by the University Grants Commission (UGC), New Delhi and the All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE), New Delhi. Alliance University with a vibrant and picturesque campus in Bengaluru, one of the fastest growing cities in India, offers more than 20 undergraduate and postgraduate majors to approximately 7000 students of diverse backgrounds. Alliance Education, defined by excellence in the areas of Business Administration; Engineering; Legal studies and guided by the core values of the University, has shaped the lives of over 20,000 very successful alumni across the globe.
Alliance School of Law
Alliance School of Law, Alliance University is approved by the Bar Council of India (BCI), New Delhi. The Alliance School of Law offers five-years integrated undergraduate courses in law, viz., Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Law Honors—B.A. LL.B.(Hons.) and Bachelor of Business Administration, Bachelor of Law Honors—B.B.A. LL.B.(Hons.) The courses have been carefully crafted and designed to prepare its graduates for rewarding careers for various roles and responsibilities in legal service organizations. Alliance School of Law also offers a full-time, one-year Master of Law (LL. M.) degree with specializations in Constitutional & Administrative Law, Corporate & Commercial Law, Intellectual Property Law and Criminal Law. The LL.M. programme designed to develop strong research expertise in law and legal principles. Alliance School of Law also offers Ph.D. programme. The Law School has established various centers for advance legal studies and research to address the socio-legal issues and challenges. The school has been instrumental in facilitating engagements with various sections of society for deliberations over variety of socio-legal issues through publications of its flagship journal, which provides strong research base to the school of law.
Dr. Rashmi K. S.: +91 80 4619 9177 / +91 94483 55047
Mr. Aswin C. H.: +91 80 4619 9176 / +91 70191 29326