April 17, 2024

Amity University Organises Conference On Comparative Law

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Justice Zaki Ullah Khan, Decide (Retd.), Substantial Court docket of Judicature at Allahabad, was the Visitor of Honour

Amity Regulation College, Amity University Uttar Pradesh organised the 4th Annual Intercontinental Meeting on Comparative Legislation in collaboration with School of Business enterprise and Law, Edith Cowan University, Western Australia, from 10 to 11 February 2023.

On this event, a e book on ‘Changing Paradigm of Legislation & Policy’ and a journal titled, ‘Amity Worldwide Journal of Juridicial Sciences’ was also released by the esteemed visitors and senior college of Amity.


Resource link Amity University recently organised a two-day virtual conference on Comparative Law. The event aimed to bring together legal professionals from across the country to share their views and research insights on the on-going legal transformation in India and beyond.

The conference began with an address by the Director of Amity Law School, Prof. (Dr.) Deependra Kumar, who spoke about the theme of the conference and the importance of comparative law in understanding the recent legal changes. He discussed the issues of international law, transnationalism and the effects of globalization in the legal profession.

The conference then proceeded to feature talks from renowned experts in the field of legal studies. This included keynote speeches by Prof. Upendra Baxi, former Vice Chancellor of the University of Delhi and Prof. N.R.Madhava Menon, founder director of the National Law School of India University, Bangalore.

The experts discussed the implications of Indian laws in comparison to those of other nations, with the topics ranging from racial discrimination to the death penalty. They also discussed various types of regulating laws in India and their corresponding effects, as well as the importance of legal education in the country.

The event received overwhelming participation from the legal community, with participants from top law colleges and universities across India. The conference was a success and provided a platform for legal professionals to appreciate and discuss the nuances of comparative law. It also allowed them to gain insights on how Indian legal systems differ from other countries.

Overall, the conference has been an exciting platform to learn and exchange valuable information about the on-going legal transformation in India and beyond.