National Seminar on Law in the Age of Information Technology

Continuing Legal Education Centre (CLEC), School of Law, Sastra University is going to organize a one day National Seminar on Law in the Age of Information Technology.

Date: 24th September, 2016
Venue: Chanakya Auditorium, School of Law, Sastra University

Theme:
“Law in the Age of Information Technology”

Target Participants:
The Seminar is specifically designed for young professionals, corporate lawyers, corporate officials, academicians, law students.

Objective of the Programme:
This Seminar is designed as an intensive day long programme with multiple sessions, and will provide a panoramic coverage on the emerging contours of the relationship between law and technology. The technologies have become so ingrained in contemporary expressions of legal employment basket and are a huge leap forward in legal knowledge management. The use of mobile computing devices expands the spatial dimensions of workplace of legal professionals. This seminar aims to bring in the current developments in the techno-legal diaspora by extending an opportunity for cross-disciplinary dialogue.

Registration:
No registration fee

Online Registration Form:
http://law.sastra.edu/clec/regindac.php

Please note that the participation is on first come first serve basis and will be restricted to 50 participants only.

Important Dates:

Release of the Invitation:

1st September, 2016

Last date for Registration:

20th September, 2016

Seminar:

24th September, 2016

Contact:
Prof. S. Sangeetha
Programme Coordinator, CLEC,
Assistant Professor, School of Law,
SASTRA University
Phone: +91-7639444655
Email: sangeetha@law.sastra.edu
Website: http://law.sastra.edu/clec/

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