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The 3rd Indian Law Conclave, a two day National Conclave organized by Adhrit Foundation – a member organization of the Alexis Group, Online from 31st October – 1st November, 2020. This year’s conclave is powered by Vidhi.org and the Indian School of Law, Policy & Governance (ISLPG).

The Conclave will have delegates from all over India who will engage in two days of rigorous learning, reflection and sharing of knowledge, skills, experiences and perspectives. It will also provide attractive awards, prizes and networking opportunities to the delegates.

Focus areas of the Conclave would be:

Law and Industrial Revolution 4.0
All India Bar Council – Evolving Role in Contemporary Scenario
Citizenship Amendment Act, 2019
Emerging Trends in Real Estate Sector
Labour Rights viz a viz Ease of Doing Business
Legal Framework for Cyber Crimes in India and Beyond
Neutrality of the Judiciary in the face of a strong Political Executive
Post Covid 19 – A New World Order?

Event Highlights

Keynote Presentations
Panel Discussions
Group Discussions
Paper Presentation Competition : https://www.indianlawconclave.com/call-for-papers.html
Elite Lists : https://www.indianlawconclave.com/elite-lists.html
Awards : https://www.indianlawconclave.com/awards.html
Prizes : https://www.indianlawconclave.com/prizes.html

Important Links

Register Now : https://www.indianlawconclave.com/registration.html
Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/LawConclave
LinkedIn Event : https://www.linkedin.com/events/3rdindianlawconclave/
Partners : https://www.indianlawconclave.com/partners.html

Confirmed Speakers

Ms. Aishwarya Bhati
Additional Solicitor General of India & Senior Advocate, Supreme Court of India

Mr. Amit Vyas
Founder Partner, Vertices Partners

Dr. Annurag Batra
Chairman & Editor-In-Chief, BW Businessworld Group

Mr. Bharat Chugh
Advocate, Supreme Court of India

Dr. Bharti
Professor, National Law University Delhi

Dr. Charu Mathur
Advocate on Record, Supreme Court of India

Mr. Hemant K. Batra
Advocate, Supreme Court of India

Mr. Jaiveer Shergill
Advocate, Supreme Court of India & Spokesperson, Indian National Congress

Dr. Karnika Seth
Chairperson, Lex Cyberia & Managing Partner, Seth Associates

Dr. Neeti Shikha
Head, Centre for Insolvency and Bankruptcy at Indian Institute of Corporate Affairs

Mr. Nipun Saxena
Advocate, Supreme Court of India

Mr. Prashant Bhushan
Advocate, Supreme Court of India

Dr. Rama R. Iyer
Managing Partner, Ayana Legal

Mr. Robin Banerjee
Managing Director, Caprihans India Ltd.

Dr. Sangita Laha
Associate Professor & Dean of Faculty, NUSRL, Ranchi

Mr. Sumes Dewan
Managing Partner, Lex Favios

Ms. Vineeta Hariharan
Chief, Externally Aided Missions, Ministry of MSME, Government of India

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