2nd Annual International Conference on Comparative Constitutional Law organised by Amity Law School, Noida & Edith Cowan University, Western Australia (5th-6th March, 2020)

ABOUT AMITY LAW SCHOOL NOIDA, INDIA

Amity Law School Noida is a premier law institute of India established in 2004 with the object of providing high-quality education in the legal domain. The Law School is committed to preparing the next generation of legal professionals who are fully equipped to face the demands of the profession. It is one of the largest law schools in India. It has an impressive record of successfully hosting several moots and National and International Conferences over the years including Asia Pacific Rounds of Manfred Lachs Space Law Competition, South Asia Rounds of Phillip C. Jessup International Law Moot Court Competition, First-ever Hindi Moot Court Competition, Amity Mock Parliaments, Mediation and Arbitration Competitions, Training Programmes with National Human Rights Commission etc.

ABOUT THE CONFERENCE

The Amity Law School Noida in collaboration with School of Business and Law, Edith Cowan University, Western Australia is proud to organize the 2nd Annual International Conference on Comparative Constitutional Law (ICCCL 2020) on 5th-6th March, 2020 (Thurs-Fri) at Amity Law School Noida. The theme of the Conference is “Identifying and Analysing the Challenges of the Constitutional Framework of India and Australia.” The conference is being organized in academic partnership with NALSAR University of Law (Hyderabad), Dr. Ram Manohar Lohia National Law University (Lucknow), Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law (Punjab), H.P. National Law University (Himachal Pradesh), Dharmashastra National Law University (Madhya Pradesh) and Himalayan Garhwal University, (Uttarakhand).

THEMES FOR THE CONFERENCE

Constitutional Liberties, Freedoms, and Rights in the context of National Security

  • The relevance of Nationalism and Sovereignty in the Era of Globalization
  • Challenges to Secularism in a pluralistic society
  • Welfare State and Changing contours of Citizenship
  • Vulnerable sections of society viz. women, children, refugees, minorities, elderly, third gender, etc.
  • Role of Constitutional Duties in nation-building
  • Role of Judiciary in promoting constitutionalism.
  • Regulation of Social Media in Constitutional Governance.

For further guidelines refer to the brochure.

For any queries, please contact:

Ms. Vidhi Baid, Co-Convenor (Student), +91-9874602729

Ms. Mini Srivastava, Co-Convenor (Faculty), +91-9871544551

Ms. Priyanka Ghai, Co-Convenor (Faculty), +91-9315363885

Emailicccl2020@gmail.com

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