Law Audience’s Webinar on Laws Pertaining to Live-In-Relationships in India [July 25, 4 PM]: Register Now!

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About Law Audience

Law Audience is an online legal platform which is aimed at spreading the legal education and other opportunities related to the field of law among the legal audience as much as possible.

About the Webinar

Law Audience is organising a webinar on 25th July from 4:00 PM.

Theme: Laws Pertaining to Live-In-Relationships in India

Live-in relationship is mushrooming prominently in India these days. In a simple way it is defined as a domestic cohabitation between an adult unmarried male and an adult unmarried female. This mindset is a result of freedom, privacy, profession, education, and globalization.

Although it appears like a stress-free companionship, but it too has many complications. Recently attempts have been made to bring it in the ambit of some laws, in order to regulate the dynamics of this new social order. This webinar focuses on the meaning, problems and laws pertaining to live-in relationship in India.

Eligibility

  • It shall be an online event.
  • It is open for Students, Lawyers, Research Scholars, Teachers, Judges, Professionals and Academicians or for anyone who is interested in the topic of the Webinar.

About Speaker

Professor Dr. Priya Sepaha, Founder & Director at Law Colloquy

Professor (Dr.) Priya Sepaha is Professor of Law and Director, Law Colloquy. She is M.A. (English), M.Phil. (English), LL.B, LL.M (Criminology) and UGC NET and PhD (Law).

She has worked extensively in the field of Criminology, Criminal Law, Personal Law, Torts and Contemporary issues. She is a member of International Society of Therapeutic Jurisprudence, USA, and member of International Society of Criminology.

She is also a Senior Peer Reviewer and member of Editorial Board on Arts, Management and Social Sciences in various national and international journals, notably in India, Japan, UAE and United States.

How to Register?

To register for zoom meeting, click here.

To register for youtube live streaming, click here.

The registration link will be closed at 11:00 AM on 25th of July 2020 or earlier (if they receive cross the maximum participants allowed limit. In that case you can fill up the YouTube Registration Form).

For full registration details are here.

Registration Fees

Rs. 100/-

Note: Registration fee is not refundable at any cost unless the event is cancelled by the organizer.

E-certificate

E-certificate will be given to all the registered participants (subjected to the norms of attendance as mentioned in this official notification) you have to upload a screen-shot of payment while filling up the registration form. E-certificate will be emailed within 24 or 48 hours after the end of the Webinar Session.

Note: E-certificate will be given only if you join the session and mark your attendance as per the norms of attendance mentioned in this notification. If you pay the registration fee but do not mark your attendance or do not join the webinar session even in that case fee is not refundable and no e-certificate will be given.

Payment Mode

GooglePay: 8351033361

Paytm: 8351033361

UPI ID: [email protected]

Bank Account Details

  • Account Holder Name: Mr. Varun Kumar
  • Bank Name: State Bank of India (SBI)
  • Account No: 35216614509
  • IFSC Code: SBIN0002343

Contact Details

Contact Person Name: Mr. Varun Kumar, Founder-Chief Executive Officer, Law Audience.

Contact Number:: +91-8351033361

Email ID: Info[at]lawaudience.com, [email protected]

 

For the official link of Law Audience’s Webinar, click here.


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