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Vidhi& Oxford’s Panel Discussion On Women In The Legal Profession [4th Oct; New Delhi]

Aasavri Rai
16 Sep 2018 3:34 PM GMT
Vidhi& Oxford’s Panel Discussion On Women In The Legal Profession [4th Oct; New Delhi]
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Vidhi Centre for Legal Policy and the University of Oxford are organizing a panel discussion on ‘Women in the Legal Profession’.  The objective of the event is to identify the underlying causes that prevent women from being represented in both the higher and lower judiciary and start conversations about the need for gender diversity amongst judges and lawyers.

Date: 4th October 2018

Time: 5 PM

Venue: Seminar Halls 1, 2 and 3, Indian International Center

Justice AK Sikri, (Supreme Court of India), Justice Indu Malhotra (Supreme Court of India), Mr. Arvind Datar (Senior Advocate, Supreme Court of India) and Ms. Lavanya Rajamani (Professor, Centre for Policy Research) will be the panelists for the discussion. The discussion will be moderated by Prof. Louise Richardson (Vice Chancellor, University of Oxford).


  • Registration: 5 PM

  • Keynote by Justice AK Sikri: 5:30 PM

  • Panel Discussion and Q&A: 5:45 PM

  • Vote of thanks by Dhvani Mehta, Senior Resident Fellow, Vidhi: 7 PM

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