25 Oct 2015 8:24 AM GMT
India went through the process of liberalisation, privatisation, and globalisation of its economic policies in 1991, and has undergone vast changes in its legal and economic landscape since the early 1990s. With this opening up of the economy completing 25 years in 2016, the occasion is ripe to examine its impact on India – specifically, on the various laws enacted and amended subsequent...
India went through the process of liberalisation, privatisation, and globalisation of its economic policies in 1991, and has undergone vast changes in its legal and economic landscape since the early 1990s. With this opening up of the economy completing 25 years in 2016, the occasion is ripe to examine its impact on India – specifically, on the various laws enacted and amended subsequent to liberalisation.
In a Globalized world, legal education has also transgressed territorial boundaries. NLSIU is thus proud to announce the International Conference on ‘Liberalisation and Globalization: Changing Legal Paradigm’. This international conference is being organised alongside the International summer school programme that will be hosted by NLSIU. The Summer school in its third year, in 2016, will be attended by students from USA and the Nordic Countries between July 4th and August 4th, 2016. We hope that the faculty members and participants of the conference and the summer school enjoy and benefit from their professional interaction with one another, and that such integration will succeed in bringing a truly international flavour to both programmes.
SUBMISSIONS – DETAILS AND GUIDELINES
Abstracts of not more than 500 words, for original researched papers on the above mentioned themes are invited. Authors of shortlisted abstracts shall be required to send their full length papers. Authors of accepted papers shall have the privilege of presenting their paper at this conference.
Papers of outstanding quality shall be published in the ‘NLSIU Book Series-3’ with ISBN number.
The full length research papers in case of short articles should be 3500 – 5000 words (inclusive of foot notes), and around 8000 words (inclusive of foot notes) in case of long articles.
Potential contributors are required to adhere to a uniform mode of citation (19th Edition of The Bluebook: A Uniform System of Citation, is recommended).
Abstracts and papers should be submitted as Word documents, with a covering letter containing the name and designation of the author(s), and should be emailed to the email addresses listed below.
Email:firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org
Abstract Submission: January 15th, 2016
Communication of Acceptance of abstract: January 30th, 2016
Submission of draft Full length papers: April 30th, 2016
Communication of acceptance of papers: May 15th, 2016.
Date of Conference:July 14th, 15th and 16th, 2016.
Registration Details: Participants may register either as paper presenters or as delegates. Registration fee for each participant is INR 6000/- [Non Residential].
Invited Professors will be provided with accommodation at our cost.
Presenters/Delegates must make their own arrangements for accommodation and the organizers are not responsible for the same.
Registration fee covers the following:
Admission to all academic sessions, Conference kit and materials, Tea/Coffee and lunch during the designated breaks for the duration of the conference.
Registration fees may be paid by DD or through NEFT transfer, as per the details in the registration form. Registration Fee payment can be made by Demand Draft:
DD drawn in favour of “NATIONAL LAW SCHOOL OF INDIA UNIVERSITY”, payable at Bengaluru
NEFT: Transfer through Bank as per the details given below. Beneficiary Name: National law School of India university, Bengaluru Beneficiary Bank: Corporation Bank Account No : 214400101000512 ISFC Code: CORP0002144 SWIFT Code (For Foreign Transactions) : CORPINBB438
Registration Form can be accessed here.