3rd Live Webinar Series on “Various Dimensions of Internet Contracts in 21st Century : Challenges and Consequences” [November 7 to 9, 2020] by Lexstructor: Register by November 6

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Lexstructor is an online, open access legal journal & news publication platform and education imparting organization, which is dedicated to express views on varied legal issues, thereby generating diversified research in emerging legal areas. Lexstructor, within a short span of time, has secured its position under top 100 Indian legal blogs and websites, powered by Feedspot.

About the Webinar

We, at Lexstructor, believe to serve the legal fraternity by providing various opportunities to expand the horizon of knowledge. Therefore, to realise this highly ambitious vision towards the welfare of the law students and legal community, Lexstructor is planning to organise its 3rd webinar in the form of a 3 days’ Talk Series from November 7, 2020 (Saturday) to November 9, 2020 (Monday) on the following theme : “Various Dimensions of Internet Contracts in 21st Century : Challenges and Consequences”.

The Schedule of the Webinar Series

The three-days’ Webinar Talk Series are divided into following sub-themes and categories :


Day 1 (November 7, 2020 – Saturday) : 5 pm to 6 pm IST

Topic: General Overview of various aspects of Internet Contracts

Speaker :- Dr. Indranil Saha, Founder – HIINXLEGAL, LL.B from RGSOIPL IIT Kharagpur, Ph.D from IISC Bangalore, Post Doctorate from UNESCO Italy, M.Sc from Presidency College, C.U.

Day 2 (November 8, 2020 – Sunday) : 5 pm to 6 pm IST
Topic : Jurisdictional and Arbitration Issues underlying the Domain of Internet Contracts : India and Global Perspective

Speaker 1 : Ms. Iram Majid, Executive Director – Asia Pacific Centre for Arbitration and Mediation, Director – Indian Institute of Arbitration and Mediation.

Speaker 2 : Adv. Tariq Khan, Principal Associate – Advani & Co., Business World’s Youngest Top 40 under 40 Legal, 2020, Author of the best seller book ‘On the Rise’ published by Universal Law Publishing.

Day 3 (November 9, 2020 – Monday) : 7 pm to 8 pm IST

Topic : Penology in Internet Contracts – A Discussion on Penal Provisions and Consequences in light of Indian Laws

Speaker 1 : Ms. Mehak Bajpai, Research Associate – Committee of Reforms in Criminal Law, Ministry of Home Affairs, Research Associate – National Law University, Delhi.

Speaker 2 : Adv. Shriya Maini, Advocate – on – Record of the Supreme Court of India, Adjunct Faculty – Lloyd Law College, Visiting Faculty – NLU Delhi, Former Legal Assistant of the Officer of the President, UN – MICT, BCL (Oxon) from University of Oxford.


Registration Fee

No Registration fee. To receive e-certificates, the participant must attend at least for 2 days out of 3 days’ webinar series.

Registration Process

Link : https://rb.gy/vfpeda
Kindly fill up the registration form and join the dedicated WhatsApp group through the link provided to you in confirmation email.

For more details, visit : www.lexstructor.in
For queries, feel free to reach us through email : [email protected] or our WhatsApp no. : 9641060192


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