ICLS 2022 - International Conference on Law and Social Transformation | Blended Mode| Alliance School of Law
Alliance School of Law is organising an International Conference on Law and Social Transformation – ICLS 2022 in Blended Mode on March 26, 2022. I. About Alliance University Alliance University is a Private University established in Karnataka by the State Act No.34 of the year 2010 and recognized by the University Grants Commission (UGC), New Delhi. A renowned… Read More »
Alliance School of Law is organising an International Conference on Law and Social Transformation – ICLS 2022 in Blended Mode on March 26, 2022.
I. About Alliance University
Alliance University is a Private University established in Karnataka by the State Act No.34 of the year 2010 and recognized by the University Grants Commission (UGC), New Delhi. A renowned university of higher learning located on an extensive state-of-the-art campus in Bengaluru offers a variety of degree courses.
The University has baccalaureate concentrations, postgraduate offerings, doctoral degree programs, and several professional certificate programs.
Alliance University aspires to be among the best universities in the world by the year 2025 through a series of strategically crafted moves, precisely calibrated action plans, and an unwavering commitment to the pursuit of excellence.
II. About Alliance School of Law
Alliance School of Law, Alliance University is approved by the Bar Council of India (BCI), New Delhi. The Alliance School of Law offers two five-year, integrated undergraduate courses in law, viz., B.A. LL.B.(Hons.) and B.B.A. LL.B.(Hons.).
A full-time, Master of Laws (LL. M.) degree is also offered by the School of Law with specializations in Constitutional & Administrative Law, Corporate & Commercial Law, Intellectual Property Law, and Criminal Law.
The courses have been crafted and designed to prepare its graduates for rewarding careers for various roles and responsibilities in legal service organizations.
Alliance School of Law also offers a PhD program. The Law School has established various Centers for advanced legal studies and research to address the socio-legal issues and challenges.
The school has been instrumental in facilitating engagements with various sections of society for deliberations over a variety of socio-legal issues through publications of its flagship journal, which provides a strong research base to the school of law.
III. About International Conference on Law and Social Transformation – ICLS 2022
Law plays an important role in social transformation by having a direct impact on society. It has always been looked at as one of the important instruments that could bring about social change. Thus, social transformation is the modification in the way people work. As a result, social transformation entails changes in people’s working habits.
Changes in technology, demography, competitiveness, conflict, ideology, political life, economic policy, and legal principles are all variables that contribute to social transformation.
We at Alliance School of Law, Alliance University, have always strived to achieve excellence in Legal Research, hence, organizing the International Conference on Law and Social Transformation – ICLS-2022 on March 26, 2022, and this would be an annual endeavour in the years to come.
Alliance School of Law is providing a forum for the discussion of well-researched papers through the International Conference on Law and Social Transformation – ICLS-2022. Faculty members, Judicial Officers, Advocates, Research Scholars, and Students, among others, are invited to submit quality research articles from the given areas.
V. Theme (Law and Social Transformation)
Main Theme: Law and Social Transformation
Participants can present a research paper on any of the following areas related to Law and Social Transformation
- Balancing IP rights and public interest during the pandemic
- Child Welfare and Law
- Constitutional policy and development
- Development of Agriculture and Industry
- Ethnic pluralism and tribal rights
- International Organization as the sustainable development indicators
- Issues relating to migrant workers during the pandemic
- Science, Technology, and Law
- Law, Economics, and Management
- Reforms in the Justice Delivery System
- Religious rights and practices
- Role of local self-government institutions and NGOs in social transformation
- Role of UNO during the pandemic
- Women empowerment and gender justice
Last Date for sending abstracts: January 5, 2022
Communication of accepted abstracts: January 15, 2022
Last date for registration and payment: February 15, 2022
Last Date for sending full papers: February 15, 2022
Date of Conference: March 26, 2022
Sending of Abstract: Abstract must be sent only to [email protected]
Professionals and Academicians – Rs.2000
PhD scholars and Students – Rs.1500
International Participants – $50
3. Non-Refundable: The Registration fees shall be non-refundable
Registration Link – Available Here.
VIII. Awards and Certificates
Selected research papers will be published in an edited book form, two best research papers and the presentations will receive awards. However, papers not complying with the guidelines given above will not be accepted for publication.
IX. Contact Information
General Query: In case of any query regarding the conference, the participants can mail on Available Here.
Dr Rashmi S. (Faculty Co-Ordinator) +91-94483 55047
Dr Upankar Chutia (Faculty Co-Ordinator) +91-97171 32331
Maruthi R. (Dean’s Office, School of Law) +91-74111 66801
For more details visit the ICLS-2022 website: Available Here.
Reported By: Organizing Committee, ICLS-2022