Call for Papers: E-Seminar on Issues and Challenges in Sports Law by Jagran Lakecity University: Submit by Aug 29

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About the Organizer

Jagran Lakecity University is located in Bhopal and is a fully government approved Private university established by Government of Madhya Pradesh by Act No 22 of 2013 and is recognized by UGC under section 2 of Act, 1956.

Centre for Sports Law, Policy & Research and Centre for Business and Intellectual Property Laws were established at JLU School of Law with an objective to conduct and promote research in the area of Sports Law, Business Law and Intellectual Property Laws.

The National Law Institute University (NLIU) has been established by Act No. 41 of 1997 of the Madhya Pradesh Legislature to fill the gap and providing most modern legal education through multidisciplinary teaching and training of newer skills needed for the profession.

About the Seminar

Sport has changed its identity from a leisure activity to a profession in the contemporary world. It is being pursued as a career and many successful events, series and brands are created in the sports world. There is tremendous commercial opportunity in the world of sports which also provides employment to many.

Accordingly there is a need for involvement of exclusive law to govern its multiple dimensions keeping in mind the peculiarity of interests of all stakeholders.

The Centre for Sports Law, Policy & Research through the “National E-Seminar on Issues and Challenges in Laws relating to Sports in India” proposes to provide a common platform for legal experts, academicians, researchers and students to bring out, discuss and deliberate on contemporary issues in law relating to sports and possible solutions for the resolutions of the same.

Eligibility

Faculty Member, Research Scholar, Industry Expert and Student at any Law and Sports University/College/Sports Organization are eligible to participate.

  • Themes for the E-Seminar
  • Constitutional Dimensions and Sports Law
  • Issues in Sports Contracts
  • Dispute Resolution Mechanism of Sports issues
  • Ethical Issues in Sports
  • Sports & Intellectual Property Rights
  • Sports & Criminal Law

The above-mentioned themes are not exhaustive in nature. Authors may choose a topic which is in line with theme of the seminar.

Platform of E-Seminar

Zoom/Google Meet

Registration Procedure

Participant can register after filling up the Google Form after making the payment by scanning the Paytm QR Code provided in the information brochure.

To register for the seminar, click here.

For details regarding submission of Abstract and Manuscript kindly go through the information brochure.

Important Dates

  • Last date for Abstract Submission: August 29, 2020
  • Last date for Manuscript Submission: September 26, 2020
  • Date of Paper Presentation: October 4, 2020

Contact Details

Convenor: Mr. Anugrah Pratap Singh Rajawat: Assistant Professor & Centre Coordinator, Centre for Sports Law, Policy & Research

Email: [email protected]

Contact Number: 8962290171

Co-Convenors

Mr. Omkareshwar Pathak: Assistant Professor& Centre Coordinator, Centre for Business and Intellectual Property Laws

Email: [email protected]

Contact Number: 7223004927

Mr. Abhishek Kumar Jain: Assistant Professor & Centre Co-coordinator, Centre for Business and Intellectual Property Laws

Email: [email protected]

Contact Number: 9179472118

Mr. Rohit Mishra: Assistant Professor & Centre Co-coordinator, Centre for Sports Law, Policy & Research,

Email: [email protected]

Contact Number: 8103238755

For the submission, payment details and the brochure of the seminar, click here.


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