· Reframing the Constitution: Is it really a need of the hour?
· National Security and Constitutional Challenges
· Development and Constitutional Challenges
· Challenges to the Functions of the Organs of the State
The Conference brings a unique opportunity to share and explore new ideas, concerns and suggestions among academicians, practitioner, policy makers and students. So far the conference has received an overwhelming response in that there are over fifty papers that are expected to be presented on the conference days.
The first day of the conference will see participation of eminent jurists, academicians and practitioners such as Justice Santosh Hedge, Former Judge, Supreme Court of India, Justice P.P. Naolekar. Former Judge, Supreme Court of India, Prof. V.S. Mallar, Chair Professor (M.K.Nambiar Chair on Constitutional Law) at NLSIU, Shri Uday Holla, Senior Advocate, Supreme Court of India and Shri Aditya Sondhi, Advocate, Supreme Court of India.
The second day of the conference will see presentations by several academicians and students across the country. Leading scholars working in this domain will be moderating each of the sessions on the second day.
Practitioners, academicians, policy makers and students are invited to register as delegates. The conference brochure is available here. Further details will be made available on request. Interested readers can contact the Conference Organizing Committee at this email.
For two delegates