COLLOQUIUM 6.0: Central Banking Digital Currencies - Trends & Challenges

ILS Corporate Law Cell is pleased to announce that the Corporate Law Colloquium 6.0 will be held on 15th May 2022.

The Colloquium would be hosted for students and professionals from across the country.

This edition of the Colloquium will be dedicated to the discussion on emerging issue of the Central Banking Digital Currencies (CBDC).

REGISTRATION PROCEDURE

Certificate Program in Fundamentals in Research Methodology (Virtual)

30th April 2022 to 21st May 2022
Indian Law Society is pleased to announce a Certificate Program in Research Methodology in Virtual mode.

About the course:  Research has its origin in the quest of knowledge and has been an integral part of the human aspirations for perfection. An inquisitive mind takes its power from its victories on the problems

ILSCA Webinar Series 2022-23

The ILS Centre for Arbitration (ILSCA) was established on 3rd December 2016 by the Governing Council of the Indian Law Society. This Centre is established with various purposes in mind.

The main purpose of establishing this Centre is to provide hands on experience to interested participants in learning the process of Arbitration and Mediation through various programmes.
The Centre is

"AIKYAM” - DISTRICT LEVEL LEGAL AID FEST

Broad theme: AZADI KA AMRIT MAHOTSAV

Let’s celebrate 75 years of Independence with enthusiasm and pride. India is a land of diversity where people from different walks of life live together. Therefore, India is a country where there is Unity in Diversity. “Aikyam” denotes unity and this year, in our hundredth year, we take this opportunity in celebrating these

In Conversation with Bindumadhav Khire

Topic: – Moving beyond Gender Binary- erasing discriminatory barriers, acceptance and Inclusion

Gender Binary is a system which recognizes two and only two genders. It is rooted in the idea that one’s sex or gender is assigned at birth and will necessarily have to align with traditional social constructs of masculine and feminine identity, expression, and sexuality. The system of

. RAP-IT-UP: Rap Competition

Theme: Promoting Freedom of Speech and Expression

 Rules:

The participant must write an original rap verse/song based on the aforementioned topic.
The performance must not exceed 4 minutes.
Artists must bring their own beat to which they will rap. The artist must have the rights (performance rights and others that may apply). If the artist does not have

NUKKAD NATAK - Street Play Competition

Rules:-

The team shall choose only one of the above mentioned topics.
Number of participants in a team should be minimum 06 and maximum 12 students
Maximum time for Street Play should be 12 minutes. First warning bell will be given after 10 mins and final warning bell after 12 mins. There will be negative marking if teams exceed the

Dance for A Cause

Theme – India of Dreams and Reality

Rules:

Solo performance is not allowed. The group size should be between 3-5 participants.
Maximum 1 entry per institute is allowed.
The duration of dance should not exceed 5 minutes.
A proper level of decency shall be maintained in terms of costumes and apparels.
Participants are requested to get a copy of their

Rhetoric : Elocution competition

Topics: 

War: Means or an End!
जंग : एक साधन या अंत !
युद्ध : संधी का अंत !

●        Coexistence of War and Peace in the 21st century. A Myth or a Reality?

●        Peace talks: does it help in preventing a War ?

●        Why do we say “war on terrorism” when war

TWO DAY INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON INTERNATIONAL HUMANITARIAN LAW AND FUTURE WARFARE

ILS Law College’s Centre for International Law and Post Graduate Department in Law presents 
TWO DAY INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON INTERNATIONAL HUMANITARIAN LAW AND FUTURE WARFARE
April 28 and 29, 2022 (Virtual)
Concept Note:

The history of war is as old as mankind. This can be traced back to the human instinct of aggression and the will to dominate