NLIU Law Review in collaboration with India Foundation is conducting the "NLIU – INDIA FOUNDATION CONSTITUTIONAL LAW SYMPOSIUM" from 16th – 17th March 2019.
The aim of the Symposium is to provide a platform for a discussion on Contemporary Constitutional Law Issues in India. The symposium is open for participation to students, researchers, faculty members, academicians, lawyers and legal experts in the field of Constitutional Law.
Who can apply?
Students currently pursuing an LL.B.(Hons.)/LL.B. /LL.M. from a recognized university and faculty members of law are eligible to send in entries.
• The validity of Article 35-A and Article 370 of the Constitution;
• Restrictions on freedom to manage religious affairs:
• Comment on "Essential religious practices" in light of the Sabarimala Temple judgement or/and Triple Talak judgement;
• Right to management of temples;
• Analysis of the Ayodhya issue;
• Freedom of expression and media trial;
• Free Speech versus the law on Sedition
• Indian Judiciary: Scope for improvement:
• Need for increase in age for retirement and pension of Judges;
• Post-retirement jobs – necessity or mere appeasement?
• Judicial accountability and mechanisms for its enforcement
• Any other constitutional law topic with contemporary relevancy in India.
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