International Conference on Liberalization and Globalization: Changing Legal Paradigm
National Law School of India University is going to organize an International Conference on "Liberalization and Globalization: Changing Legal Paradigm".
Date: 14th - 16th July, 2016
Venue: National Law School, Training Centre, Bengaluru, Karnataka
India went through the process of liberalization, privatization, and globalization of its economic policies in 1991, and has undergone vast changes in its legal and economic landscape since the early 1990s. With this opening up of the economy completing 25 years in 2016, the occasion is ripe to examine its impact on India - specifically on the various laws enacted and amended subsequent to liberalization.
Further, this process, which was undertaken by economies the world over in phases prior to and alongside the formation of the WTO, has itself, experienced a change in its meaning and implications. What began as a move to provide greater market access as part of WTO commitments, has now expanded in scope to include integration of markets for goods, services, and investments, on an unprecedented scale and through conventional as well as unconventional channels. This has brought about a significant transformation in the interface between economics and law, and the glass through which commercialization and legislation is viewed.
The Conference focus will be on 'Liberalization and Globalization: Changing Legal Paradigm' with possible sub themes such as:
- Alternate Dispute Resolution: Success and failures
- Changing Role of Government to Regulatory Governance, especially with Privatization
- Constitutional Response to Economic Liberalization: Changing dimension of 'State'
- Business and Human Rights: Economic Liberalization and Impact on Human Rights
- Corporate Governance and Ethical Dimension in Law and Public Policy, especially in a Transnational Corporations
- Industry and Environment Concerns in a Globalized world
- Fair Competition and Consumer Welfare
- International Trade and Indian Legal Regime
- WTO, Reforms Agendas and Upcoming Challenges
- Transparency and Accountability in Governance and Public Services
Well researched papers / articles / case studies / policy perspectives / ongoing work in any area of law / policy making on other related themes of the conference are also welcome.
Abstracts of not more than 500 words, for original researched papers on the above mentioned themes are invited. Authors of shortlisted abstracts shall be required to send their full length papers. Authors of accepted papers shall have the privilege of presenting their paper at this conference.
Papers of outstanding quality shall be published in the 'NLSIU Book Series-3' with ISBN number.
The full length research papers in case of short articles should be 3500 - 5000 words (inclusive of footnotes), and around 8000 words (inclusive of footnotes) in case of long articles. Potential contributors are required to adhere to a uniform mode of citation (19th Edition of The Bluebook: A Uniform System of Citation is recommended).
Abstracts and papers should be submitted as Word documents, with a covering letter containing the name and designation of the Author(s), and should be emailed to the email addresses listed below.
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
- Participants may register either as paper presenters or as delegates.
- Registration fee for each participant is INR 6000/- (Non Residential). Invited Professors will be provided with accommodation at our cost. Presenters / Delegates must make their own arrangements for accommodation and the organizers are not responsible for the same.
Registration fee covers the following:
- Admission to all academic sessions, Conference kit and materials, Tea / Coffee and lunch during the designated breaks for the duration of the conference.
Registration fees may be paid by Demand Draft or through NEFT transfer, as per the details in the registration form. Demand Draft should be drawn in favour of "National Law School of India University", payable at Bengaluru.
Duly filled registration form along with Demand Draft shall be sent to:
Ms. R.S. Baba,
National Law School of India University,
Nagarbhavi, Bangalore - 560 242,
Participant can also email scanned copy of the registration form at email@example.com. Participant choosing to send their registration form for via emails are requested to also attach a scanned copy of Demand Draft and tender the original on their arrival, failing which entry will be denied.
15th January, 2016
Communication of Acceptance of abstract:
30th January, 2016
Submission of draft Full length papers:
30th April, 2016
Communication of acceptance of papers:
15th May, 2016.
Date of Conference:
14th - 16th July, 2016
Ms. R.S. Baba
National Law School of India University
Nagarbhavi, Bangalore - 560 242,
Phone: +91-80-2316 0527
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com
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