4th International Conference On Contemporary Legal Issues 2020 at Galgotia University, 21 March 2020

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About Galgotias School of Law

The Galgotias School of Law (GSOL) in just a glorious 7 years by strong traditions of skill orientation, the ambience and serenity of a world-class infrastructure; excellent blend of rigour and relevance in the curriculum; local and international collaborative arrangements; quality research; robust industry interactions; outreach activities that touch the lives of a wide cross-section of society; and an exemplary track record in placement facilitation—all combine to provide a rare synergy and enabled the GSOL to establish its name as one of the good Law Schools in India.

Themes & Sub-themes

In furtherance of it, School of Law, Galgotias University extends a warm invitation to participants to present papers on any one of the following sub-themes:

  1. Administration of Criminal Justice System
  2. Admiralty Law
  3. Air and Space Law
  4. Alternate Dispute Resolution
  5. Banking and Commercial Laws
  6. Constitution and Constitutionalism
  7. Cyber Security
  8. Financial Crimes
  9. Gender, Identity, Politics and Law
  10. Human Rights
  11. Industrial and Environmental Issues
  12. Intellectual Property Rights
  13. International Humanitarian Law
  14. International Trade Laws
  15. Juvenile Justice
  16. Law and Literature
  17. Law, Economics and Management Studies
  18. Law, Medicine and Ethics
  19. Law, Society and Religion
  20. Legal Education
  21. Media & Law
  22. National and International Taxation Issues
  23. Personal Laws in Changing Times
  24. Public and Private International Law
  25. Regulation of Databases
  26. Regulation of Blockchain
  27. Regulation of Deep & Dark Net
  28. Sexual Offences

Who can Participate

  • Professionals
  • Practitioners
  • Academicians
  • Social Activists
  • NGO Personnel
  • Research Scholars
  • Students (of any stream)

Registration Details

Dates

  • Abstract Submission* Deadline (300 words) (Gmail account required) 7th February 2020
  • Notification of Selected Abstracts 10th February 2020
  • Last Date for Submission* of Full Paper (4000 words Max.) (Gmail account required) 29th February 2020
  • Notification of Selected Final Paper 2nd March 2020
  • Last Date for Registration & Payment of requisite fees (to be eligible for SCOPUS INDEXED PUBLICATION)** 9th March 2020
  • Last Date for Registration & Payment of requisite fees (Without Publication & only presentation) 16thMarch 2020
  • Conference Date 21stMarch 2020

* We are not accepting any abstract/full paper via email. Any such submission will automatically be rejected. For submission of abstract VISIT LINK & final submission visit link https://sites.google.com/a/galgotiasuniversity.edu.in/4th-iccli-2020

** Registrations & Submissions after 9th March 2020 will not be considered for SCOPUS INDEXED publication and will only be allowed for participation and presentation in the international conference.

Participation Fees (for each participant*)

  • National (Publication of selected full quality papers): ₹ 5000
  • National (Publication of selected full quality papers from Galgotias) : ₹ 2500
  • National (Without publication of full papers) : ₹ 2500
  • National (Without publication of full papers) (Galgotias faculty): ₹ 100
  • International (Publication of selected full quality papers): $ 100
  • International (Without publication of full papers): $ 50

Mode of Payments & Details

The participation fee is payable by each of the participants either through:

(i) NEFT/IMPS

Please ensure that the details of Online payment (receipt and transaction id) be mentioned in the Online Registration Form while making the final submission. Your payment should reach us before 9th March 2020 (for publication). Please keep the receipt/screenshot of a successful transaction as you will be required to upload the same at the time of online registration.

Particulars Bank A/c Details

Name of the Payee Galgotias University

Name of the Bank Punjab and Sind Bank

Bank Branch Kaison Towers, 1st Floor, Alfa – I, Greater Noida, Gautam Budhha Nagar, U.P. 201306

Bank Account Number 09701100000062

IFS Code PSIB0020970

(ii) Demand Draft

Demand draft should be drawn in favour of ‘GALGOTIAS UNIVERSITY UTTAR PRADESH’ payable at Noida. Please ensure that the details of the demand draft be mentioned in the Online Registration Form while making the final submission. Your demand draft should reach us before 9th March 2020 (for publication) at the address given below.

“Prof. (Dr.) Tabrez Ahmad

Pro Vice-Chancellor & Dean, School of Law,

Galgotias University, Room no A-309

Plot No.2, Sector 17-A, Yamuna Expressway,

Gautam Buddh Nagar, Greater Noida,

Uttar Pradesh 201308, India

Venue: AT GALGOTIAS UNIVERSITY CAMPUS – I 1, Knowledge Park, Phase II, Greater Noida – 201306.

Abstracts should be submitted via the following link (Gmail account required). https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdGw7yusS13h6Y6DwM1Z-YkJXNgfXh5WMaJ5C3tkDNNZyWlEA/viewform?usp=sf_link

visit website: https://sites.google.com/a/galgotiasuniversity.edu.in/4th-iccli-2020/

https://sites.google.com/a/galgotiasuniversity.edu.in/4th-iccli-2020/


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