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NLSIU: Workshop on “Cyber Crime and Administration of Criminal Justice”

AIshwarya Dhakarey
4 Aug 2016 2:57 PM GMT
NLSIU: Workshop on “Cyber Crime and Administration of Criminal Justice”
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The IBA Chair On Continuing Legal Education, NLSIU, Bangalore in association with M.K. Nambyar Academy For Continuing Legal Education, Kochi, Menon Institute Of Legal Advocacy Training, Trivandrum& Advanced Centre On Research, Training And Development In Cyber Laws and Cyber Forensics, NLSIU, Bangalore is conducting a 3 day workshop on “Cyber Crime and Administration of Criminal Justice” from 19th to 21stAugust, 2016 at NLSIU, Bangalore.

The topics to be covered in the training programme will include Cyber Crimes – understanding the technical as well as the legal issues relating to various forms of cyber-crimes; Cyber Laws – both procedural as well as substantive; cyber forensics, Electronic evidence, ISP Liability, etc.

The programme is open for police officers, prosecution officers, judges, lawyers, law teachers. There is no cost involved from your side excepting the travel Expenses. Boarding and lodging will be arranged free of cost by organizers. If interested, please do send us the filled in form at your earliest convenience so that we can send details of the programme.

As the participation is limited to a maximum of 30 participants, you are advised to intimate your decision latest by 05th August 2016.

Further communication in this regard may be sent to IBA-CLE Centre of National Law School of India University, Bangalore at e-mail: [email protected].

Please feel free to call at 8123011980 or for any queries.

Note: Participation is not open for students.

For application forms, click here.

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