National Seminar @ Amity Law School, Amity University, Gwalior( 3rd February, 2017)

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National Seminar @ Amity Law School, Amity University, Gwalior


National Seminar: Concept of Check & Balance in Indian Constitution Does it requir e Reconsideration


Amity Law School, Gwalior


February 3rd, 2017


Last date for submission of Synopsis/Abstract: 10th January, 2017

Sub-topics of the Seminar

  • Parliamentary Privileges and Judicial Activism
  • Parliamentary Privileges and Judicial Immunity
  • Executive’s interference in Legislature’s functions
  • Judicial Activism: Recent trends
  • Need of Judicial intervention in Executive’s domain
  • Separation of Powers and Global Trends
  • Expanding role of judiciary through PIL
  • Misuse of PIL

Call for Papers:

Participants may send their abstracts on the various sub themes as above for presentation in the seminar. The abstract must be of not more than 200 words, Times New Roman; 12 font size; Word Format and may be sent by email to [email protected] along with the mobile number and contact details of the participants.

All submissions will go through an initial round of review by the editorial board and only the selected abstracts will be called for full length paper. Only selected among the submitted papers, after peer review process will be discussed in the seminar and be published in the book.


  • Last date for submission of Synopsis/Abstract: 10th January, 2017
  • Last date for submission of Papers: 20th January, 2017
  • On-the-spot registration: 3rd February, 2017


Ms. Akanksha Pathak, Student Coordinator: Mobile: +91 8602507015

Mr. Ankit Rajput, Student Coordinator: Mobile: +91 7415869012

Mr. Abhinav Rajput, Student Coordinator: Mobile: +91 8602555268

Mr. Harshit Sharma, Student Coordinator: Mobile: +91 9753434331


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