ILS Law College’s Webinar on Defence of Insanity and Criminal Liability [July 4], Register Now

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About the Institute

ILS Law College, or in its full name Indian Law Society’s Law College, is a government law school in Pune, India. It was established in 1924 and offers courses that include three-year and five-year degrees. ILS is located on Law College Road, Pune. The college was aided by The Ford Foundation.

About the Webinar

Centre for Public Law at ILS Law College is organising its next webinar titled “Defence of Insanity and Criminal Liability: Critical Reflections”.

Date: Saturday, 4th July 2020

Time: 4:30 PM

About the Speakers

  • Justice (Retired) S. Nagamuthu, (Madras High Court) Senior Advocate, Supreme Court of India.
  • Professor (Dr.) Mrinal Satish, Professor, National Law University Delhi.

Moderated by: Dr. Sanjay Jain, Associate Professor, Additional Charge, Principal, ILS Law College.

Google meet link of the webinar is here.


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