Debate & Discussions Society, Campus Law Centre, University of Delhi is conducting a Keynote Series -“COURTROOM LEGENDS” on the topic 71 years of Constitution: Are we true to the dreams of its makers? The event will be graced by the presence of Mr. Harish Salve (Padma Bhushan awardee -2015), Queen’s Counsel, and Former Solicitor General of India.
About COURTROOM LEGENDS
Courtroom Legends – Keynote Series, is an initiative by Debate & Discussions Society, where you get to learn and interact with Legendary Counsels who have mastered the craft of advocacy.
Queen’s Counsel, Former Solicitor General of India, Sr. Advocate Shri. Harish Salve will be delivering a Keynote in the inaugural session of COURTROOM LEGENDS.
71 years of Constitution: Are we true to the dreams of its makers?
The Keynote address will be followed by a moderated Q&A session.
About the Speaker
Mr. Harish Salve (Padma Bhushan awardee -2015), Queen’s Counsel and Former Solicitor General of India, he is renowned all over the world for International commercial arbitration and litigation. He is a stalwart in Constitutional Law, Environmental Law, Public International Law, Human Rights and Taxation law and has successfully represented Union of India in many landmark cases both nationally and internationally.
Date & Time
6th March 2021 | 05:00 PM (IST).
The event will be streamed live at facebook.com/ddsclc
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