International Conference on Law and Social Transformation (ICLS)-2022 II 26th March, 2022

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Alliance School of Law, Alliance University


One-Day International Conference on Law and Social Transformation (ICLS)-2022 


  • Date: March 26, 2022
  • Blended Mode

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Important Dates

  • Last Date for sending abstracts: January 5, 2022
  • Communication of accepted abstracts: January 15, 2022
  • Last Date for sending full papers: February 15, 2022
  • Last date for registration and payment: February 15, 2022
  • Date of Conference: March 26, 2022

Call For papers:


Participants can present a research paper on any of the following areas related to Law and Social Transformation.

  • Balancing IP rights and public interest during the pandemic
  • Child Welfare and Law
  • Constitutional policy and development
  • Development of Agriculture and Industry
  • Ethnic pluralism and tribal rights
  • International Organization as the sustainable development indicators
  • Issues relating to migrant workers during the pandemic
  • Science, Technology, and Law
  • Law, Economics, and Management
  • Reforms in the Justice Delivery System
  • Religious rights and practices
  • Role of local self-government institutions and NGOs in social transformation
  • Role of UNO during the pandemic
  • Women empowerment and gender justice

Abstract and the full paper must be submitted to:

Note: No registration fee for Faculties and Students of Alliance University but registration is mandatory.

Registration Fees

  • Professionals and Academicians – Rs.2000
  • Ph.D. scholars and Students – Rs.1500
  • International Participants – $50

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