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International Law Society, KIIT Chapter: ‘ALL INDIA ILSA CHAPTERS’ MEET’ On 15th & 16th Jan 2016

Simran Sahni
21 Nov 2015 1:39 PM GMT
International Law Society, KIIT Chapter: ‘ALL INDIA ILSA CHAPTERS’ MEET’ On 15th & 16th Jan 2016
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The International Law Society, KIIT Chapter is inviting all the ILSA student representatives from the fellow India Chapters to participate in the Conference by attending the Meet. The purpose of this Meet will be to find the ways of advancing the outreach and spreading the awareness of international law in the Indian Territory.

The International Law Students Association chapter at KIIT School of Law was established on the 23rd of July, 2009 in the interests of better legal education and higher standards of legal research and professional training and the development of International Law.

It will be a closed-door informal event, attended by the student representatives only.

The KIIT Chapter is putting forth an agenda to have a joint assembly with the other ILSA chapters and propose a joint scheme proposition for future collaborations and joint event hosting.

An official invitation has been sent to all the registered chapters. If any chapter has not received the invitation yet, they can contact the Organising Committee with a proof of their registration from ILSA, Washington D.C.

The Registration as well as the Accommodation Fee for the Conference will be waived for up to 2 (two) representatives from each registered chapter for the Meet.

ILSA serves as an umbrella organization for its member chapters (commonly known as International Law Societies) at individual law schools. Chapters exist as independent entities as well as members of the larger organization. This structure allows chapters to meet the unique needs of its members while still maintaining access to an international network of pooled academic and organizational resources.

Please refer to the Brochure and drop a query with the Contact Person.

You can also visit their official site or Facebook page.

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