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Free Webinar on Extra-judicial Encounters in light of Vikas Dubey Encounter – Register by Aug 29

About The Legal Chronicle
The Legal Chronicle is a comprehensive learning platform to enable skill development
beyond books. We host an array of events all year round like talks and discussions, moot
practices and competitions, and give first-hand information to navigate through law school.
Besides providing access to information, we envision an organization which is known by the
success of its students and not by the success of their Mentors.

About The Webinar
Topic: Extra-judicial Encounters with special reference to the recent Vikas Dubey
Encounter Case.
Extra-judicial encounters have become the talk of the town again with the recent encounter of a Kanpur based gangster, Mr. Vikas Dubey by the officers of the Special Task Force of the
State of Uttar Pradesh. Nevertheless, this topic has received a lot of media acclaims and
notice, then why this webinar?
This webinar is different because it gives you the perspective of a very senior retired IPS
Officer on the topic of extra-judicial encounters.

About The Speaker
Hon’ble Mr. Sankar Sen is the President of the Association of Retired Senior Indian Police
Service Officers. Sir has served as the Additional Director General of the Border Security
Force, Director General of NHRC and Director of the National Police Academy at Hyderabad
during the 60 years of his service to the nation.
He has coordinated research project on Trafficking in Women and Children in India and
written several columns on the issue of Corruption in the country. Sir is the author of many
renowned books such as Police Today, Human Rights in a Developing Society, Tryst with
Law Enforcement and Human Rights, etc.

Webinar & Registration Details
Date: August 30, 2020 (Sunday)
Time: 07:30 (PM), IST.
Mode of Webinar: Virtual through ZOOM
Eligibility: The webinar is open for all law and non-law students who are interested in
attending the same.

Registration Fee: Registration is absolutely free for everyone. Click here to register now.


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