One-Day Online Lecture on The Indian Legal System: A Critique

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One-Day Online Lecture on ‘The Indian Legal System: A Critique | CASH RGNUL

Centre for Advanced Study in International Humanitarian Law (CASH), RGNUL in collaboration with Internal Quality Assurance Cell (IQAC), RGNUL is organizing a one-day online lecture on the topic ‘The Indian Legal System: A Critique‘, to be delivered by Mr. Ravi Nair

About the Speaker

Mr. Ravi Nair, the executive director of South Asian Human Rights Documentation Centre (SAHRDC) is a distinguished personality and has made a name for himself in the field of Human Rights research and application will be exploring the said topic at length. The SAHRDC is a network of individuals across the region seeking to investigate, document, and disseminate information about human rights conventions and treaties, human rights education, refugees, media freedom, prison reforms, political imprisonment, summary executions, torture, disappearances, and other cruel or inhuman treatment.

Details of the Event

Date: October 25, 2021  

Time: 3:00 PM (IST) Onwards

Platform: CISCO Webex

  • Please note that all the participants will be given certificates for participating in the said event 

Payment Link: Kindly note that the event is free of cost for RGNUL faculty and students 

Steps on how to make payment for the event (only applicable if outside RGNUL):

  1. Click on this link-
  2. Under new registration, choose the option ‘The Indian Legal System: A Critique
  3. Press click to register to move to the next page
  4. Complete the required details to move further to the payment page
  5. Take note of Application number after completion of filling of details
  6. Choose the payment method and pay the registration fee for the event


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