A.V Dicey in his work Law of the Constitution has defined Constitutional Conventions as the “rules for determining the mode in which discretionary powers (prerogative powers) ought to be exercised.” Another working definition given by Hood Philips in his book Constitutional and Administrative Law states that Constitutional Conventions are “rules of political practice which are regarded as binding by those to whom they apply, but which are not laws, as they are not enforced by the Courts or by the Houses of Parliament”. Conventions of the Constitution consist of maxims, practices, customs and precepts which, though they regulate the ordinary conduct of Ministers and other persons under the Constitution, are not considered to be legal in a strict sense
Date: 8th and 9th January 2018
Venue: International Training Centre, NLSIU.
The Conference will invite presentations and papers on the following themes:
Registration Charges: Conference Registration: Rs.3000/- per author / per participant [Non Residential
Last Date for Registration: 20th December, 2017
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