Introduction

The second conference of the Law and Social Sciences Research Network (LASSNet) will be held at the Foundation for Liberal Arts and Management Education (FLAME), Pune, from 27-30 December 2010. The conference consists of over a hundred papers delivered in 49 panels, spread over eight sessions: see the initial call for papers. The conference also includes three plenary sessions and inaugural and concluding keynote addresses, as well as five memorial panels honouring S. P. Sathe, K. Balagopal, Neelan Tiruchelvam, Chhatrapati Singh, and Ram Narayan Kumar and Rhonda Copelon.

See the downloadable schedule and conference brochure for a comprehensive schedule, and consult this website for the programme, abstracts, and logistical information. If you are presenting at the conference or chairing a session, please register as soon as possible (username: flamefaculty; password: flamefacultypune).

See the inaugural conference website for more on the first LASSNet conference, Law and Social Sciences in South Asia, which was held at the Centre for the Study of Law and Governance, Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU), in January 2009.

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about the conference: call for papers [MS-Word]

The Law and Social Science Research Network (LASSnet) was established in 2008 to bring together scholars, lawyers and doctoral researchers engaged in the research and teaching of issues connected with the law in different social sciences in contemporary South Asian contexts. The idea was to create a common forum for the exchange of ideas, work, materials, pedagogies and aspirations...more

 

Please note that the call for papers is now closed.

The idea of LASS

The Centre for the Study of Law and Governance (Jawaharlal Nehru University, Delhi) has initiated the establishment of the "Law and Social Sciences Research Network" in order to bring together scholars, lawyers and doctoral researchers engaged in research and teaching of issues of law in different social sciences in contemporary South Asian contexts...more

 

If you would like to be part of LASS, please send your contact details and short bio to lassnet [at] gmail [dot] com. A list of current members is available on the LASSNet blog.