Webinar on Laws pertaining to Live-In-Relationships in India

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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. Law Audience is going to organize a Webinar on Laws pertaining to Live-In-Relationships in India

Date: 25th July, 2020
Timings: 4:00 P.M. onwards

About Webinar:
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.

About thr Speaker:
Prof. (Dr.) Priya Sepaha, Founder & Director at Law Colloquy

She is M.A. (English), M.Phil. (English), LL.B, LL.M (Criminology) and UGC NET and Ph.D. (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. She is a passionate writer on various aspects of Criminal Law, Criminology, Penology and Victimology. She has written six books and has also written many articles in many National and International Journals. She has presented papers in many National and International Conferences, distinctively in Harvard (United States), Oxford (United Kingdom), Cambridge (United Kingdom), Brighton (United Kingdom), Singapore, Bangkok, Khon Kaen University (Thailand), Doha (Qatar) and Tokyo (Japan).

She had the distinction of being the Keynote speaker at the International conference held at Cambridge. She was panelist in the conference at Harvard Law School (USA). She has also chaired the sessions at International Conferences held at India, Oxford, Cambridge, Tokyo and Bangkok. She was adjudged “The Best Presenter” at the International Conference held in Singapore and received ‘Best Paper Award’ at International Research Conference, Tokyo. She is a skilled trainer and conducted various workshop / seminar / webinar at several Universities, Schools, Law firms, Women and Child Development Department, Medical Department and Police Department.

She started the law website, https://www.priyasepaha.com/, YouTube channel “Dr. Priya Sepaha” and FB page, Instagram page “Law Colloquy” where she actively shares articles, legal news, and lecture series and so on for law awareness. She was awarded Swami Vivekananda Excellence Award 2017 in the field of “Academic Administration” by World’s Achiever’s Foundation and Confederation of Indian Universities, Delhi, awarded for “Environment Protection and Development 2017” by Scientific and Environment Research Institute at “World Clean Environment Congress 2017″,”National Teaching Excellence Award 2017” from International Benevolent Research Foundation and “Indian Education Award, 2019” in the field of “Research in Education” and “Excellent Researcher Award (Female)” by International Academic and Research Excellence Award (IARE-2019) and “Women Icon of the Year” Award in International Inspirational Women Awards, 2020.

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 topic of the Webinar

Zoom Meeting Link:
The meeting link will be provided directly in the WhatsApp Group before 10 Minutes. You must join the WhatsApp Group to receive the meeting link. After filling up the registration form you will be added in the WhatsApp Group before 25th July, 2020 (you will receive an Invitation link to join the WhatsApp Group on your email ID). The Zoom Meeting link maybe sent on email Ids also. So please make sure that you mention your correct Email id on the Registration Form.

Registration Fee:
Registration Fee is Rs. 100/- only.

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

Registration Link for Zoom:
Participants can register for this webinar session only through Google Form. No other mode of registration is acceptable. The registration link will be closed at 11:00 AM on 25th July, 2020 or earlier. (If we cross the maximum participants allowed limit. In that case you can fill up the YouTube Registration Form).

Link:
https://forms.gle/tkNvcjq1rjwZYcNq6

Note: If any participant who has registered for the Zoom Meeting doesn’t join the meeting on time then in that case we will send the Zoom Meeting link in the YouTube WhatsApp Group also.

Contact:
Mr. Varun Kumar
Founder & Chief Executive Officer, Law Audience
Phone: +91-8351033361
Email: [email protected], [email protected]
Website: www.lawaudience.com.


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