4th National Symposium on Landmark Judgments of 2020
Think India is a pan-India initiative to bring together the best talents of the country and to infuse in them a ‘Nation First’ attitude, aimed at developing the nationalistic spirit and inspiring young India to be of service to society. It aims to bring the best minds of the country and the Leaders of Tomorrow on one platform to discuss and deliberate upon issues of national importance.
About the Competition
Think India organizes a National Symposium every year since 2017 on Landmark Cases of the concerned year to stimulate legal awareness in Law students, Researchers and Professionals. We are pleased to announce 4th edition of its flagship program 4th National Symposium on Landmark Judgments of 2020 scheduled for 9th-10th January 2021.
The 1st, 2nd, and 3rd National Symposiums organized in the past talked about sensitive issues like Right to Privacy, Triple Talaq, Seeking vote in name of religion, Marital Rape, Decriminalization of Section 377 of IPC, Gender equality and Adultery, Live streaming of Court proceedings, Ayodhya Verdict, CJI’s office under the purview of RTI Act, NRC (National Register for Citizens) of India, and so on. The purpose behind organizing all the previous editions of national symposium is to explain the law interpreted by Courts in India. It aims to bring conceptual clarity in the young minds about the law and impact of judicial pronouncements. Only the conceptual clarity of such issues will enable young minds to form their own opinions and to achieve the basic legal awareness one must have. (4th National Symposium on Landmark Judgments of 2020)
The 4th National Symposium on Landmark Judgments of 2020 aims to discuss the following landmark judgments:
- Restriction on Internet and Fundamental Rights
(Anuradha Bhasin v. Union of India)
- Gender Equality in Hindu Property Law
(Vineeta Sharma v. Rakesh Sharma)
- Babri Masjid Demolition Conspiracy Case
- Permanent Commission for Female Armed Forces Officers
(The Secretary, Ministry of Defence v. Babita Puniya & Ors.)
- Prashant Bhushan Contempt Case
(In Re: Prashant Bhushan & Anr.)
- Right to Protest v. Right to Mobility: The Shaheen Bagh Case
(Amit Sahni v. Commissioner of Police & Ors.)
Registration fees: Rs 50/-
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Aastha Singh Rajput (Event Cordinator) : 8889370961,
Razual Purewal (Event Co- Cordinator): 8591100039.
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