Law and Liberty Conference, 2019
About the Program
Each year, the Law and Liberty Conference highlights emerging concerns in the domain of individual liberty, and the legal and regulatory frameworks which enable the flourishing of a liberal society.
Centre for Civil Society hosted its first Law and Liberty Conference in partnership with the Federalist Society for Law and Public Policy Studies in 2015 and held its second edition in 2017. The conferences aim to provide a platform for liberal perspectives on legal concerns, develop a liberal critique of the extant juridical discourse and to build a network of legal practitioners, scholars and students to promote the cause of liberty.
This year, the LLC is based on the overarching theme of 'Legal Foundations of a Free Society'. The conference aims to explore the importance of government regulations in enabling societal growth and progress, and the importance of economic freedom in creating a free society.
- Four panels covering spheres economic, civil, and personal liberties
- Expert speakers providing a variety of perspectives, from academia, governance, and legal practice.
- Join over 70 of the best law students in the country in a constructive legal discourse
Hosted by the Centre for Civil Society in association with Symbiosis Law School, Pune.
Application Fees: 1,000/- (which shall cover food and course materials for the entire duration of the program.)
[Limited merit-based scholarships are avaliable]
Application Deadline: 7th July 2019
Conference Dates: 19-20 August, 2019