The Indian Society of International Law
V. K. Krishna Menon Bhawan, 9, Bhagwan Dass Road, New Delhi – 110001
Sub: 46t h Annual Conference of the Indian Society of International Law, 29-30 April 2017
The Indian Society of International Law (ISIL) was founded in 1959 at the initiative of Shri V. K.
Krishna Menon and inaugurated the same year by Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru, the first Prime Minister of independent India. ISIL has been publishing the Indian Journal of International haw since its inception, which is held in high esteem the world over. ISIL has also a good library, which is used by scholars from all over India. ISIL organizes annual conferences and seminars on international issues of contemporary interest. The teaching wing of ISIL the Indian Academy of International law <& Diplomacy, runs post-graduate diploma courses in various branches of intemationa] law. It also organizes even’ year a Summer Course in International Law for students and a UGC Refresher programme in International Law for law teachers.
IS 11 will hold its 46th Annual Conference on the following themes on 29-30 April 2017 at ISIL
1. 50 Years of Outer Space Treaty
2. The Citizenship (Amendment) Bill 2017 and South Asian Refugees
3. Future of International Criminal Court
4. Research and Teaching of International Law
Law teachers, policy makers, government officers, lawyers and students are invited to participate in this Conference. We would be grateful if you kindly encourage legal officers/teachers/students of your department/college to participate in the Annual Conference. Those who wish to participate and present a paper in this Conference can do so by submitting the abstract to us before 17 April 2017.
A nominal fee of Rs. 500/- is fixed for registration. Payment can be made by a draft in the name of the Indian Society of International Law, payable at New Delhi. Online registration fee
will be Rs. 550/-.
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