Seminar on Emerging Dynamics of Justice in a Globalising World by NMIMS: Call for Papers

About SVKM’S NMIMS

Shri Vile Parle Kelavani Mandal (SVKM) first established Narsee Monjee Institute of Management Studies as a social
initiative in 1981 to cater to the rising demand for management institutes in the country, and since then it has emerged as a globally reputed university.

NMIMS stands proud as a Deemed-to-be University offering multiple disciplines across multiple campuses while being a top-ranked multidisciplinary University with Category-I status given by UGC, and A+ Accreditation by NAAC with a 3.59 CGPA.

It has been the vortex of rich ideas for the academic community. Consistent academic quality research focus, faculty from top national and global institutes, and strong industry linkages at NMIMS have placed it amongst the nation’s prime centres of educational excellence and research today.

About Kirt P Mehta School of Law

The Kirit P. Mehta School of Law (KPMSoL) of SVKM’s NMIMS (Deemed to be University) was established in the year 2013 and approved by the Bar Council of India and aims to provide quality legal education to learners of law.

With a global focus and international outreach, the law school sensitizes learners to advance human dignity, social and economic welfare, and justice through knowledge of the law. It aspires to be a global centre of scholarly excellence in the field of law and justice and to prepare outstanding and innovative law professionals with a socially responsible outlook through comprehensive legal education.

NMIMS School of Law has campuses in Mumbai, Navi Mumbai, Bengaluru, Hyderabad, Indore, Chandigarh and Dhule.

About the Seminar

The 5th Edition of the NMIMS Kirit P. Mehta School of Law’s Seminar, as spearheaded by the Centre for Excellence, aims to be an interdisciplinary forum for the fruitful exchange of knowledge. The program will consist of plenary, half
plenary, and invited and contributed papers falling broadly within the scope of the conference.

The Seminar will be conducted on the 8th of January 2023 in hybrid mode, Some of the invited papers may be tutorial in nature from keynote speakers, while others will review recent work in specialised fields.

Theme

Globalization has significantly altered relationships between nation-states since the early 1980s, along with domestic political, constitutional, and legal issues that influence economic and development politics. Emerging nations have changed their focus from statistics to socioeconomic liberalization as part of this global trend, in line with the broader globalization of globalized trade.

The law and the practice of law, constitutional and policy standards, and constitutional judgment on these issues have all been reshaped and influenced by these changes. Globalization has an impact on the methods used to
provide justice. 5 It concentrates on and disseminates information on global legal debates and developments. Globalisation has changed how this legislation has developed in many areas across the world. The provisions of laws passed in one state have an impact on laws passed in another nation.

It is only a result of globalization connecting economies of nations that would not otherwise have any physical or territorial connections. This is a brief explanation of how globalization has impacted the law, the judicial system, and justice in India and throughout the world.

Economic and social interactions are fundamentally changing as a result of globalization, and political theory and Jurisprudence, as a result, is also emerging. Due to globalization, technology is becoming an integral part of not just day-to-day life but also of the Justice system. With development, new opportunities, as well as threat, arises hence there comes the need for IPR to regulate intellectual property. Therefore, the Center for Excellence seeks to spread legal information relating to Emerging dynamics of justice in a globalising world.

Objectives

  • To create a forum for both students and scholars to thoroughly examine this topic and to make clear the concept, logic, and justification behind this new changing trend.
  • Spreading awareness, addressing fresh issues, and making this recent changes the centre of attention in light of important rulings by the Court , institutions and other international bodies.
  • To gather feedback from the public with the goal of starting a constructive dialogue regarding the “Emerging Dynamics of Justice in a Globalizing World” with an emphasis on the most recent events.
  • To engage in conversation that clarifies the result, raises new issues, and further examines existing ones.

Format of Seminar

Abstracts of 250 words are invited, inclusive of 5 keywords. Upon selection of the abstract and communication of acceptance to the author, the registration fees shall be paid by the authors, and the submission of the research paper will be invited. Submissions in the form of research papers, 2000-5000 words in length, inclusive of footnotes, are invited from professionals, academicians, research scholars, and students. A presentation will be made by the participants through PPT or any other means of presentation, upon selection of their manuscript.

Further, we will strongly encourage the presentation of new and unpublished work. The top 3 presenters will receive cash prizes and the participants shall be provided with an opportunity for publishing their papers.

Author Guidelines

  1. Original research papers are welcomed on the abovementioned topic but are not restricted to the
    subthemes as given.
  2. The paper can be co-authored. However, a maximum of three authors per entry is allowed.
  3. The author(s) shall specify in their submission:
  • Title of the paper with the sub-theme.
  • Names of author(s).
  • Name of the College/University.
  • Email address and contact number.
  • Sub-theme under which submission is made.

The Abstract and the Full paper should be submitted in .doc/.docx format with the following specifications:

  • Font Type: Times New Roman Font
  • Size: 12 pts
  • Line spacing: 1.5
  • Footnotes Font Type: Times New Roman
  • Footnotes: Font size: 10 pts
  • Footnotes Line spacing: 1
  • Margin to be 1 inch on all sides
  • Citation: Any uniform pattern of citation.

Important Dates

The seminar shall be held in hybrid mode.

8TH DECEMBER, 2022- Last date for Abstract Submission.
10TH DECEMBER, 2022- Communication of acceptance to the selected authors.
17TH DECEMBER, 2022- Last date to complete registration fee payment.
2ND JANUARY, 2023- Last date for Full Paper Submission.
8TH JANUARY, 2023- Seminar
The abovementioned timeline must be strictly followed by the participants and no request for extensions shall be entertained by the organizing committee.

Registration Details

Registration Fees:

  • Single Student Author: ₹1000
  • Student Co-authors (2): ₹1500
  • Student Co-authors (3): ₹2000
  • Professionals/Academicians/Research Scholars: ₹1200

The registration fees need not be paid by all applicants. Once the communication of acceptance is made, the selected authors shall be provided with the bank details in order to complete the registration through the payment as per the above mentioned criteria.

Registration Procedure

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