LAW AND LIBERTY CONFERENCE 2017
Law and Liberty Conference (LLC), our flagship annual academic congregation, explores the interstices of legal thought and practice, as well as their relation to the idea of liberty. The conference provides an opportunity for rigorous academic analyses and dialogue on issues most pertinent to the exercise of liberty, and the role of law in securing and impeding the same.
LLC 2017, being hosted on 24 November in Bangalore
, will highlight the emerging concerns in the domain of individual liberty, as well as the legal and regulatory frameworks which enable the flourishing of a liberal society- with a special focus on the preservation and extension of liberty across digital objects and sites.
The Conference will be organized by Centre for Civil Society in collaboration with Law and Technology Society, National Law School of India University, Bangalore.
Date: 24 November 2017
Venue: Allen and Overy Hall, NLSIU Bangalore
Application Deadline: 20 November 2017
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26 NOVEMBER IS NATIONAL REPEAL LAW DAY
The Repeal Laws Project, started in 2014, was a collaborative citizen initiative taken by Centre for Civil Society, along with National Institute of Public Finance and Policy and Vidhi Legal Policy Centre, where we identified 100 laws that were obsolete, redundant and/ or materially impeding the lives of citizens, entrepreneurs, and the government. In addition to this, from 2016, CCS has actively campaigned to acknowledge 26 November (also the Constitution Day) as the National Repeal Law Day.
In our continuing efforts to trim away the archaic laws that plague the current judicial framework, we are calling for participation from all our supporters. This National Repeal Law Day, do tweet to us with suggestions for #lawswithflaws!
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