2 DAY SESSION ORGANIZED BY NATIONAL LAW SCHOOL OF INDIA UNIVERSITY, BENGALURU & VIJNANESHWARA TRUST, , MARTHUR, KALBURGI.
A TWO DAY SESSION IS ORGANISED at Marthur, of Kalburgi district, where Vijnaneshwara lived and contributed a great commentary on Yagnavalkya smrithi. The work of Vijnaneshwara, a hermit, is known popularly as Mitakshara is an excellent commentary where in the author of it cites other legislators in progress of his work and expounds their texts as well as those of him. A much research is needed in this field of law. The NLSIU an institution of excellence to lead light for future by having a socio economic back ground of the Nation and to develop an Indianised Jurisprudence has entered in in to a MOU with V R & T C in Polity
TOPICS FOR THE SESSION:
To translate the terms of the said MOU in to action, now the time has come. Therefore, 8th & 9th September, 2018 have been chosen as the days of formal handing over the research work to NLSIU and to have a discussion on the important areas of Law such as :
- Vijnaneshwara – and his contribution to society
- Mimamsa—theory of interpretation
- Constitutional law—Raja Dharma
- Trivarga concepts and rule of law
- Concept of co-parcenary in the context of recent development
- Bharatiya Nyaya Shastra
- Ancient Indian Law
THEMES OF THE SESSION:
- Concept of Dharma – its various aspects
- Sources and development of Ancient Law – Schools of Hindu Law – who was considered as Hindu?
- Familial relations – Marriage – sonship and adoption
- Joint family – joint family property – Coparcenary – partition
- Status of Women under Ancient Law
- Vyavahara (Civil Law) – relating to contracts; property – master and servant relationshipother disputes
- Procedural aspects of civil law and dispute resolution; evidence and interpretation 8. Ancient law relating to crimes and punishment
- Raja Dharma
- Principles governing international law of war and peace
- Principles governing foreign policies
- Principles of humanitarian law
The article may be sent to Prakash@nls.ac.in in the form of soft copy by following the pattern as stipulated in Blue Book.
WHO CAN PARTICIPATE:
The working papers from the Judges, law teachers, academicians, scholars, students, and Advocates are welcomed. Eminent professors, advocates and personalities in the field of Law and policy making are intended to attend.
- Students: 1,000
- Others: 3,000