DEHRADUN LAW CONCLAVE

National Conference on Criminal Law and Criminal Justice System

17 November 2019


ABOUT THE CONFERENCE

This conference will serve as a platform for Academicians, Research Scholars, Law Students, Lawyers and other stakeholders from all over the globe to come forward to reflect upon various issues relating to crime and criminal justice system. The conference is organized by Legge Rhythms Media and Publication on 17th November 2019.


ABOUT LEGGE RHYTHMS

Legge Rhythms Media and Publication is a One Stop Destination for Law Students. Legge Rhythms was conceptualized, conceived, created and is being administered by its Founder Litson K Stephen and the Co-Founder Devika Gupta, both graduates from Indore Institute of Law, to bring all aspects of Law under a single umbrella, and provide sundry services to the Law Students. The inspiration was derived from the ever growing need of the Law Students and was translated into actuality and reality by several of its programmes. Legge Rhythms offers Online Internships to the Law Students as Law News Reporters, Law Researchers, Case Analysts, Content Writers, Campus Ambassadors and Editors and conducts a variety of Events, inter alia, Seminars, MUNs and Debates.


ABOUT DEHRADUN – SCHOOL CAPITAL OF INDIA

Nestled in the mountain ranges of the Himalayas, Dehradun is one of the most beautiful cities in the sub mountain tracks of India, known for its scenic surroundings. The name Dehradun is a collection of two words “dera” meaning camp and “dun” meaning valley. It is also known as one of the oldest cities in India, it is believed that Lord Rama and his brother did penance here for killing Ravana, the demon king. Dehradun has now become an important tourist destination.

 

THEME OF THE CONFERENCE 

SUB THEMES

·         Murder

·         Unnatural Offences

·         Rape

·         Marital Rape

·         Sexual Harassment

·         Sexual Harassment at Workplaces

·         Domestic Violence

·         Female Genital Mutilation

·         Stalking

·         Cyber Crimes

·         Organ Trafficking 

·         Maritime Crimes and Policy

·         White Collar Crimes

·         Prostitution

·         Pornography

·         Juvenile Delinquency 

·         Women in Criminal Justice System

·         Need for new Criminal Jurisprudence

·         Capital Punishment and 

·         Victims of Trafficking and Prostitution

·         Plight of Victims in Criminal Justice

·         Unnatural Offences

·         Predatory Crimes

·         Offences against child

·         War Crimes

·         Organized Crimes

·         Criminal Justice and Human Rights

·         Right to speedy trial

·         Decriminalizing Section 377: Right to choose partners

·         Decriminalizing Adultery

·         Sub Themes are suggestive. The authors are free to take any topic coherent to main themes.

 

CALL FOR PAPERS

Research papers/Articles and Case Studies from legal fraternity are invited for the presentation in the national seminar. Communication of acceptance will be sent to the authors for presentation. Co-authorship is allowed.

 

IMPORTANT DATES

The last date of submission of abstract  15 October 2019

Acceptance of abstract   18 October, 2019

The last date of registration and full paper submission  7 November, 2019

The last date for attendee registration 12 November, 2019

The date of the conference 17November, 2019

AWARDS

Best Presenter – Rs 2100 + Trophy + Certificate

Best Research Paper – Rs 2100 + Trophy + Certificate

CONTACT PERSONS

Simran Sharma (Student Convenor) – +917906010343

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