BHU Varanasi

BHU Varanasi is hosting the Centennial National Conference on Legal Education in India, titled “Retrospect & Prospect,” scheduled for February 3-4, 2024. The deadline for submissions is January 15.

About BHU:

  • Banaras Hindu University is a landmark in the history of university education in India.

  • It was the first residential university in Bharatvarsh.

  • Mahamana Pandit Madan Mohan Malviyaji played a pivotal role in its establishment.

About the Faculty of Law, BHU:

  • A pioneer in legal education in Bharatvarsh.

  • Introduced the three-year LL.B. course, two-year LL.M. Program, and a Two-year full-time Master’s in Human Rights and Duties Education (HRDE).

  • Currently offers a Five-year B.A. LL.B. integrated course and a One-year LL.M. under special courses of studies.

Themes & Sub-themes:

  • History and Experience of Legal Education

  • Values of Legal Education

  • Indigenization & Decolonizing Legal Education

  • National Education Policy, 2020, and Legal Education

  • Regulatory Bodies in Legal Education

  • Curriculum of Legal Education

  • Pedagogy in Legal Education

  • Globalization and Legal Education

  • Empirical Research in Law

  • Clinical Legal Educational Program

  • The Future of Legal Education

Submission Guidelines:

  • Manuscripts (articles/research papers) accepted in English or Hindi.

  • Typed in Microsoft Word format with specific formatting guidelines.

  • Include educational qualifications, designation/professional status, university/organization’s name, and email ID on the first page in the footnotes.

  • Word count: 4,000 to 8,000 words, inclusive of footnotes.

  • Manuscripts to include an abstract (about 250 words) and keywords (not more than 5 words).

  • Content organized with headings:

    • Level one heading: Main headings (all bold caps), numbered in Roman numerals (upper-case) in the center.

    • Level two heading: Subheadings in Roman numerals (lower-case), left-aligned in bold letters.

    • Level three heading: Parts of subheadings in small letters (alphabet), left-aligned in bold letters italic.

  • Paper must include an Introduction and Conclusion.

  • Follow a set pattern of footnoting (Guidebook for References attached with the brochure).

  • Original contributions checked by Anti-Plagiarism norms prescribed by the University Grants Commission, New Delhi.

  • Papers submitted should not be under consideration for any other publication at the same time.

  • Submission in MS Office Word format. Papers accepted for presentation and publication after scrutiny and evaluation.

How to Submit:

Important Dates:

  • Last Date of Abstract Submission: January 15, 2024

  • Confirmation regarding Abstract: January 18, 2024

  • Last Date of Full Paper Submission: January 30, 2024


  • Faculties/Research Scholars/Professionals and Others: Rs. 1000/-

  • Students (UG & PG): Rs. 800/-


  • Mr. Vikash Kumar Gautam: 763306745

To know more click on BHU National Conference on Legal Education Feb., 2024_compressed

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