About Bio Forensics Research Center, Italy
Bio Forensics Research Center was born with the goal to produce scientific activities in the forensic biology field. An important part of the research task will focus on the detection of the biological evidence and on the developments of protocols and new methodology in order to improve the identification and the collection of the evidence. Bio Forensics Research Center started already the procedure for partnership with many universities, Italians and internationals. The aims of the research center are to improve the scientific support to the Justice system.
About School of Law
School of Law started in year 2014 has grown in leaps and bounds and have a strength of 700+ students at present. The Manipal University Jaipur forayed into the field of legal education by introducing Integrated BA, LL. B (Hons), Bachelor of Law (LL. B), Master of Law (LL. M), and PhD programs in study. As an institution of Excellence School of Law is dedicated to fostering and inculcating the intellectual and ethical values in the students. The School of Law is committed to the evolution of law as an instrument of social change, efforts are being made to expose students to practical realities. The teaching methods adopted for the programs offered involve lectures, discussions, case studies, Moot Courts and project work that will facilitate students to promote multi-disciplinary inquiry and practical appreciation of problems.
The School has been approved by BAR Council of India. The School of Law is headed by Prof. (Dr.) N.N. Sharma who is the Dean while Prof. (Dr.) Vijaylaxmi Sharma is the Director and Dr. Sony Kulshrestha is the Head of Department of the School of Law, Manipal University Jaipur.
Themes & Sub-Themes
Justice & Human Rights: An International Challenge
New challenges in forensic science & law and the necessity of a global collaboration for guaranteeing the human rights and to have a successful investigation in criminal cases,
Criminal & Constitutional Justice: How to Guarantee Equilibrium in Justice According to the Fundamentals of Human Rights
Comparative criminal procedure laws; comparative constitutional laws; comparative possibility of using forensic technology according to territorial laws for scientific investigations; Privacy data: concerns, protection and utilize ability in the inquiry; wrongful conviction: how to prevent and how to act in case it happened; rehabilitation of convicted person: a comparative overview; scientific evidence in the Court: how to guarantee an omogeneus evaluation of the data by Judges and Prosecutors; presentation of the proofs in the Court: a comparative overview. Comparative cyber laws.
Comparative International Laws, Constitutional Justice & Advancements in Forensic Science
Works and research of all the students about Comparative International Laws, Constitutional Justice & Forensic Science are eligible for this Session.
International Application of the Forensic Science in Justice: An International Overview
DNA evidence: validation of new methodologies & technologies; Forensic Biology & Serology: validation of new methodologies & technologies; R&D in medico-legal investigations; forensic biochemistry & proteomics; forensic population & statistics advancements; Fingerprint evidence: evolution of the databases, of the methods and technology; R&D in Ballistics; R&D in forensic Psycology, R&D in forensic Toxicology; R&D in forensic entomology; R&D in forensic anthropology; R&D in B.P.A.; from the experimentation to the Courts: new methods in forensic science.
Guidelines for Abstract Submission:
The abstract should be a maximum of 250-300 words followed by at least 5 keywords in the specified format. All participants should email their respective abstracts to firstname.lastname@example.org
Guidelines for (e)-Posters
The e-Poster should describe completed or ongoing scientific research, propose innovative ideas, interesting case studies, etc.
The abstract should be a maximum of 250 – 300 words followed by a minimum of 5 keywords in the specified format.
All participants should email their respective abstracts to email@example.com
Payment Details for Paper Presentation & E-Poster
Ordinary fee: 200€
Student fee: 133€
Members of Partners fee: 150€
Remote fee: 100€
Remote Partners/Students fee: 75€
Modality: in person (limitated seats) + remote (no limitations)
Payment: bank transfer to Bioforensics R.C.
– IBAN: IT53Y0514222100CC1016033210
– BIC code (for international bank transfert): BCPTITNNXXX
– Subject: Conference Rome 2022 + (your full name).
A copy of the receipt of bank transfer must be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org
The subscribers will receive a confirmation mail from the Administration Dept. of Bio Forensics Research Center.
Forensic Sciences Research Journal, a Q1 Scopus Indexed journal will publish High Quality Selected Papers of the conference.
Vestnik of Saint Petersburg University, Law Journal – https://lawjournal.spbu.ru/ WoS indexed – will publish 10 best High Quality Selected Papers.
Constitutional Law Review/Revista de Drept Constitutional (ISSN: 2457-8754) (Publishing House: Universul Juridic)
Constitutional Law Review shall promote scientific research in this subject area, the dialogue between constitutional theory and case-law, the constitutionalizing of law.
Global Research Review
The Global Research Review Journal (GRR), a multidisciplinary scientific journal registered under E-ISSN: 2737-855 and published by the Scientific Research Laboratory of the Leaders Club will publish a book which will includes all the contributions of the conference.
Diritto più – italian editor – will publish a book which will includes all the contributions of the conference. These ones will be divided into four area: Best ones (awarded by the Scientific Commission), Oral Presentations, Poster Presentations, Contributions with minimum requisites of quality (evaluated by the Scientific Commission). ISBN Book.
Last Date of Abstract Submission & E-Poster
31st March 2022
Last Date for fee submission
30th April 2022
Kindly find the attached Brochure for reference.
Conveners, School of Law, Manipal University Jaipur
Dr. Sonu Agarwal
Mr. Prabhpreet Singh
Ms. Vibha Bandhu