Conferences and Seminars

“No candle loses its light while lighting another candle, In fact, by lighting more candles the brightness increases”.

Parul University is committed to provide platform for sharing and dissemination of knowledge. Conferences and Seminars are the best medium not only for learning from each other but also for networking with the members from legal field. It also provides opportunities to the researchers to get guidance and suggestions for improvement in the area of their research.

National Conference on Media Ethics and Law: Issues and Challenges

Parul Institute of Law organized National Conference on Media Ethics and Law: Issues and Challenges on 14th September 2019. The conference focused on dealing with topics related to Media and Laws, highlighting the inter-dependence of these two disciplines.The conference recorded participation from students of faculties of Law, Arts, MBA and other specializations. They were able to understand the inter-relation between Media and Laws, interact with experts and attend their sessions.

Seminar on Protection and Enforcement of Tribal Rights

Seminar on “Protection and Enforcement of Tribal Right” organized by Parul Institute of Law, Faculty of Law in association with District Legal Service Authority(DSLA), District Court, Vadodara. Judges, Lawyers, Police Officers were Resource Persons. PLVs and around 350 students attended the same.

National Conference on Role of Forensic Science in Crime Investigation and Administration of Justice

Parul Institute of Law and Department of Forensic Science, Parul Institute of Applied Sciences had organized National Conference on Role of Forensic Science in Crime Investigation and Administration of Justice on 27th July, 2019.The Inauguration ceremony was carried out by Chief Guest Dr. Indira Parmar (M.B.B.S.,M.D., Pediatrics, Superintendent Faculty of Medicine Parul Institute of Medical Sciences & Research, Parul University). Oral and Posters Presentations were presented by the students and faculties from various states of India and Nepal. The event was ended with Prize distribution in various categories, felicitation of judges, volunteers, organizing committee members and culture program.

National Seminar on Gender Stereotyping in occupational Choices – Women in India

National Seminar on Gender Stereotyping in occupational Choices – Women in India recently organised by the University’s Faculty of Law. We were pleased to host Richa Singh As a Keynote Speaker.Her story of having saved more than 70000 students from depression and suicides was truly an inspirational story for everyone to come across.Richa Singh is a Conceptualizer and Co-founder of Your Dost.

National Seminar on Constitutional Challenges In The Era Of Globalization

On the occasion of Constitution Day, as a part of Legal Fraternity, Parul Institute of Law, Parul University organized a “National Seminar on Constitutional Challenges in the Era of Globalization” in the Parul Institute of Law, Parul University. In the Seminar Advocates,Faculties and Law Students from the 8 states across India and abroad participated and presented papers on topics such as Contemporary Judicial Challenges under International Criminal Law in Globalization era: Sovereignty,Human Rights,Jurisdictions and Constitutional Systems, Impacts of globalization on Human rights, Article 334: Is India going Global in all Aspects. Etc. The Seminar was inaugurated by Dr. Ketan Kotecha, Provost, Parul University, Dr. H.S. Vijayakumar, Registrar, Parul University and Prof. (Dr.) Akil Saiyed, Director and Dean, Parul Institute of Law. In the Seminar Abstract Book was launched by the Chief Guest Mr. K.K. Vaishya, Retd. Addl. Session Judge . At the end of the Seminar Valedictory program was held followed by vote of thanks by the Organizing Secretary Prof. Hari Krishna Rajput. The Seminar was convened by Prof. (Dr.) Akil Saiyed, Director and Dean, Parul Institute of Law.

Seminar on Contemporary Issues of Constitutional Law

National Law Day (Constitution Day) is celebrated in India on 26 November every year to commemorate the adoption of Constitution of India. On 26 November 1949, the Constituent Assembly of India adopted the Constitution; it came in to effect on 26 January 1950.As a part National Law Day celebration, Parul Institute of Law organized a National Seminar on “Contemporary Issues of Constitutional Law” on 24th November 2018, Saturday. The venue of seminar was Central Seminar Hall (2nd floor) Central Admn. Building, Parul University.
Hon’ble Mr.Justice Ravi Shukla, Retd. Judge Gujarat High Court and Former Member of Law Commission of India, was keynote speaker. Dr. Akil saiyed, Dean Faculty of Law and Dr.Devanshu Patel, President, Parul University welcomed Hon’ble Justice with Mementoes and book. Dr. Akil Saiyed gave introduction of the keynote speaker and the Institute. In his speech Hon’ble Justice covered various contemporary issues right from the Preamble and its importance, importance of Integrity, Triple Talaq, Secularism and many more. During interaction session, the audiences asked questions on various contemporary issues which were nicely addressed by the honourable speaker. Shri DV Patel, Judge Dabhoi Court, Adv. Ranjit Ratore, Member of Bar Council of Gujarat, Dr. Devanshu Patel, President, PU, Dr. Dr. HS Vijayakumar, Registrar, PU were the Guests.The attendees of the seminar were the Advocates from Gujarat High Court, Vadodara Dist. Court, Bhavnagar Dist.court, Anand Court. The Professors and Research Scholars of various Universities also attended the seminar. The seminar was concluded with the vote of thank by Seminar Secretary Prof. Hari Krishna Rajput.

National Conference on Emerging Legal Issues 2017

A National Conference on Emerging Legal Issues 2017 was organized jointly by Parul Institute of Law and Parul Institute Social. The Conference was inaugurated by the Guest of Honor, Prof. Anil Navale Former Dean, Faculty of Social Work, M.S. Uni. Of Baroda in the presence of Dr. Devanshu J. Patel, President of Parul University, Dr. Ketan Kotecha, Provost, Parul University, Dr. Kiran Gardner, Dean Faculty of Law, Prof. Preeti Nair, Dean, Faculty of Social Work.
The Paper presentation sessions were divided in eight tracks in different themes viz. Law and Governance, National and International Trade and Commercial laws, Intellectual Property Rights, Labour laws in the era of Globalization, Law relating to Women and Child, Sexual Offences, Surrogacy, Law relating to Industry and Environment, Human Rights, Laws relating to Cyber Crimes, Constiution, Demonetization and its effect on country’s economy, Criminal Law, Uniform Civil Code (UCC). It was chaired by eminent academicians and co-chaired by faculties from Law and Social Work.
One Best Research Paper of the Conference and Best Paper Presentation in each track (08) was awarded by the hands of Dr. H.S. Vijaykumar, Registrar, Parul University in the Valedictory session. The National Conference ended, with the vote of thanks from Dr. Kiran Gardner, Faculty of Law followed by National Anthem.

National Seminar on “Empowerment of Women”

At a National Seminar on “Empowerment of Women: Efficacy and Implementation of Laws Relating to Property and Marriage”, organised by National Commission for Women and Yashwantrao Chavan Law College, Pune on 16th and 17th December, 2016, Dr. Kiran Gardner, Dean speaking on topic, “ Critical Review of Changing Trend Relating to Maintenance Under All Personal Laws”

Seminar on “Rule of Law”

Rule of Law plays very important part in the Legal Profession. It is important to study and understand the concept & applicability of Rule of Law to understand the core values of any law.
The students were explained the concept of Rule of Law and elaborately discussed on the areas or instances were Rule of Law was greatly violated in India. The students of Parul Institute of Law belonging to around 8 different countries, were then given an assignment, to critically analyze and prepare a presentation by relating such examples with the issues of their own countries.
On 10th March, 2017 One Day Seminar on Rule of Law was organized and co-ordinated by Ms. Sneha Marathe. The seminar provided a platform of encouragement for students to present their respective analysis and views on Rule of Law.
The seminar was judged by Panel comprising of Ms. Mamta Karkar and Ms. Apoorva Pathak. The winners of seminar were adjudged as follows:
1. Muwonge Francis
2. Peter Ezenduka
3. Theophilus Makazhe And Tabaka Precious Moyo