International Conference On Law And Policy

International Conference On Law And Policy

Dates: 22nd& 23rd October, 2016

Venue: Stein Auditorium, India Habitat Centre, New Delhi 

Conference Overview: International Conference on Law and Policy aims at bringing together students and professionals having interest in law and policy along with providing them a platform to express their views/ ideas on topics of general importance and also provide suggestions on various issues for a better development of law and policy.

Panel Discussion: The Conference will serve as a venue for both experts and students from different nations to come forward and share their knowledge and ideas with the world. All the delegates attending conference will have the opportunity to be the part of panel discussion, which will be held over the period of two days on following topics:

Day One:



  • The Domino Effect: The Impact of Arbitration Laws on Economic Development of States.



  1. MrTejasKaria, Partner at ShardulAmarchad

  2. MirnalOjha, Partner at Phoenix Legal

  3. AbhimanyuBhandari, Partner at AXON Partner



  • Re-negotiating the Bilateral Investment Treaties: Is India Moving in the Right Direction?



  1. Jose E. Alvarez, Herbert and Rose Rubin Professor of International Law on Leave, NYU

  2. Leila Choukroune, Director at Centre for Social Studies and Humanities

  3. Aniruddha Rajput, Advocate

  4. Ashwani Kumar Bansal, Former Dean at University of Delhi



  • Challenges Concerning Goods and Services Tax and Other Tax Reforms in India



  1. (Dr.) M. P. Singh, Chancellor at Central University of Haryana

  2. Pratibha Jain, Partner atNishith Desai & Associates

  3. Balbir Singh, Senior Advocateat Supreme Court of India



  • Is Environmental Activism Hurting Developing Economies?



  1. Sanjay Upadhyay, Founding Partner at ELDF

  2. Raj Panjwani, Senior Advocate at Supreme Court of India

  3. SaketSikri. Advocate


Day Two:



  • Recognition and Protection to LGBT Community



  1. ShashiTharoor,MP for Thiruvananthapuram and Author

  2. SalmanKhurshid, Senior Advocate at Supreme Court of India

  3. Vikramjit Banerjee, Advocate General, State of Nagaland and Counsel at the Supreme Court of India

  4. OishikSircar, Assistant Professor at Jindal Global LawSchool



  • Refugee Convention Turns 65: have we made any Progress?



  1. (Dr.) Manoj Kumar Sinha, Director, Indian Institute of Law, New Delhi

  2. Aniruddha Rajput, Advocate

  3. VesselinPopovski, Vice-dean Jindal Global Law School



  • A Critical Analysis of the Existing Land Acquisition Regime



  1. S V Goyal, Wholetime Director and CEO of Model Economic Township

  2. Salman Khurshid, Senior Advocate at Supreme Court of India

  3. HuzefaAhmadi, Senior Advocate at Supreme Court of India

  4. KhargeshGautam, Associate Professor and Assistant Dean (Research and Publications), Jindal Global Law School



  • Global Terrorism: Is it Time for Nation States to Prioritize Security Over Sovereignty



  1. Jose E. Alvarez, Herbert and Rose Rubin Professor of International Law on Leave, NYU

  2. Gaurav Bhatia, Secretary & Advocate on Record, Supreme Court of India

  3. Salman Khurshid, Senior Advocate at Supreme Court of India

  4. Manoj Kumar, Managing Partner, Hammurabi & Solomon


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