ABOUT THE ORGANISERS:
THE WEST BENGAL NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF JURIDICAL SCIENCES, KOLKATA-
The West Bengal National University of Juridical Sciences was established under the WBNUJS Act, 1999 (West Bengal Act IX of 1999) adopted by the West Bengal Legislature in July, 1999. The University was notified under Clause (f) of Section 2 of the UGC Act, 1956 in August 2004 and has been granted permanent affiliation by the Bar Council of India in July 2005. On 28 October 2002, the university’s present-day permanent campus was inaugurated by the then Chief Justice of India, B. N. Kirpal. The NUJS, Kolkata, along with the GNLU and NLSIU, Bengaluru, remain the only three national law schools which have the honourable Chief Justice of India as the Chancellor. This setup provides an aura of exclusivity and rare stature to these National Law Schools in India.
THE CENTRE FOR REGULATORY STUDIES, GOVERNANCE AND PUBLIC POLICY, WBNUJS, KOLKATA-
The Centre for Regulatory Studies, Governance and Public Policy (CRSGPP) at the West Bengal National University of Juridical Sciences (WBNUJS), Kolkata was created in July 2015 with the vision of becoming a Centre of Excellence in the field of law, public policy and governance. Centre for Regulatory Studies, Governance and Public Policy works as a facilitator and foresights a broad vision of making a social change and to create a magnitude of impact through policy planning, research, analysis, training and advocacy in regulatory studies, governance and public policy. The Centre assists law and policy makers in the preparation and critical evaluation of legislation and policies that have direct bearing on people of the society and have effect on effective governance and administration. It engages in research work on subjects which are at the intersection of law and public policy and to work through empirical or non-empirical methodologies or through a combination of both. The Centre undertakes research works on functioning of the constitutional and statutory mechanisms for safeguarding and help enhancing the dimension of social welfare. CRSGPP is an engager and manager of various activities such as publishing journals, books, research papers and reports on issues pertaining to law society and governance and strengthen critical public discourses in India. Finally, CRSGPP acts as a mediator in building ties with social movements, organizations and agencies committed to strengthening democratic ideals and building an inclusive and just society.
THE NATIONAL LAW UNIVERSITY AND JUDICIAL ACADEMY, ASSAM-
National Law University and Judicial Academy, Assam was established in 2009. Hon’ble, Chief Justice of Gauhati High Court is the Chancellor of the University. The university is dedicated to impart comprehensive legal education and training at all levels to achieve excellence in legal education and to promote cultural, legal and ethical values with a view to fostering rule of law and the objectives enshrined in the Constitution of India. The university campus has state-of-the art infrastructure equipped with all modern sophisticated facilities along with world-class library, equipped with a collection of more than twelve thousand titles in the field of Law, Social Sciences and Humanities. The University has established several Research Centres to promote advanced legal studies and research. The Centres have been set up by the University with intent to addressing the socio-legal issues and challenges with specific thrust on the North-East region.
THE CENTRE FOR ENVIRONMENTAL LAW, ADVOCACY AND RESEARCH, NLUJA ASSAM–
The Centre for Environmental Law, Advocacy and Research (CELAR), the first of its kind in North-East India, is devoted to strengthening and contributing to the jurisprudence on environmental law, under the auspices of National Law University and Judicial Academy, Assam. CELAR endeavors to be a torchbearer of NLUJAA’s mission to translate legal knowledge and skills into an instrument that addresses various environmental concerns of the country and especially the North-Eastern region of India. The centre provide hands-on advocacy experience to students and direct exposure to the issues to inspire and educate them to strengthen access to justice by undertaking high-quality multi-disciplinary
research. In furtherance of the objectives, ‘Lex Terra’ is an initiative undertaken by CELAR. Through Lex Terra, webzine, provide a voice to various aspects of the environment, published every month, to create a community of environmentally conscious individuals from the legal and non-legal fraternity.
OBJECTIVE OF THE CONFERENCE:
The aim of the conference is to provide a platform for Students, Researchers, and Academicians, to share their knowledge and ideas about the developments post-Stockholm Declaration.
WHO CAN ATTEND?
Environmentalists, Professionals, Scientists, Academicians, Researchers, Students across all disciplines.
VENUE: The conference will be in online mode
Selected Full papers will be published, after peer-review in special issue edition of the ‘NUJS Journal of Regulatory Studies’ with ISSN: 2456-4605 (O).
- Last date for abstract submission – Oct 15th, 2022
- Communication of acceptance – Oct 18th, 2022
- Last date for the submission of the full paper – Oct 30th, 2022
- Last date for registration – Oct 20th, 2022
Students/ Research Scholars – Rs. 1000/-
Academicians – Rs. 1200/-
Professionals – Rs. 2000/-
Foreign Delegates – Rs. 5000/-
Only Participants – Rs. 500/-
N.B. For Sponsorship, please contact [email protected]
For more details, download the brochure attached-