Greetings from Tamil Nadu National Law University, Tiruchirappalli!
As part of the Suthanthira Thirunaal Amudha Peruvizha (STAP) program to commemorate the 75 years of India’s Independence, The Legal Centre for History of South India (LCHSI), TNNLU, is planning to organise a one-day National Conference on “Tracing the Idea of Justice from the pre-Independence period to the 75th year of India’s Independence” on 20th August 2022.
The LCHSI is the brainchild of the Vice-Chancellor, Prof. (Dr.) V.S. Elizabeth who is a Professor of History and has teaching experience of nearly 40 years. The Centre was established in the year 2020 and is under the leadership of our Vice-Chancellor Prof. (Dr.) V.S. Elizabeth, assisted by Dr P. Kumar, Assistant Professor of History and Mr V. Ravindran, Research Assistant, LCHSI. Legal Centre for History of South India, TNNLU, Tiruchirappalli is the first of its kind among the National Law Universities, setup exclusively for collecting data on the legal history of South India in general, and specifically of the Legal History of Tamil Nadu. The Centre’s mission is to carry out in-depth research, initiate discussion, and discourse upon several areas of legal heritage and to understand their relevance to today’s legal system, as well as to provide training in the teaching of legal history and a platform for exchange of information.
The Organising Committee invites submissions from the faculty, scholars and students of your esteemed University by way of a Call for Papers to be presented at the Conference. The selected papers from each session will be published in the first volume of the TNNLU South India Legal History Journal.
Please find attached herewith the Brochure and the Guidelines for the details of the conference, abstract, and paper submission, for circulation amongst your faculty and students.
Link for registration and Abstract Submissions: https://forms.gle/r74RC2SwLrsdka9x7
For further queries or information, you may write to email@example.com
Looking forward to your institution’s participation.
With Thanks and Regards
The Legal Centre for History of South India
Tamil Nadu National Law University