Upcoming CPD courses

Feb
26
Resource Person:Mr Arvin Halkhoree, Senior Associate-Barrister, JURISTCONSULT CHAMBERS Course description:... more details
Feb
27
Resource Person:Mr Arvin Halkhoree, Senior Associate-Barrister, JURISTCONSULT CHAMBERS Course description:The... more details
Mar
06
Resource Person:Mr. Kaushik Goburdhun, Head of GOBURDHUN CHAMBERS Course description:  The Mutual Evaluation... more details
Mar
08
Resource Person:Mrs. Sharmilla Bhima, Chairperson of the IP Tribunal Mrs. Sharmilla Bhima read Law at... more details
Mar
13
Resource Persons: 1. Mr John Wadham, Chairman of the UK National Preventive Mechanism and Member of the... more details
Mar
14
Resource Person:Mr Ravindra Chetty, SC Mr Ravindra Chetty, SC, read Law at Balliol College, Oxford Universoty... more details
Mar
19
Resource Person:Mrs. Prameeta D R Goordyal-Chittoo, Assistant Solicitor General, Attorney General Office... more details
Mar
26
Resource Person:Honourable Madan Lokur, Retired Indian Supreme Court Judge. Course synopsis:  It is... more details
Mar
28
Resource Person:Honourable Madan Lokur, Retired Indian Supreme Court Judge. Course synopsis: Human rights... more details
Apr
04
Resource Persons:Mr. Mario Hannelas, Director, LTD, Mauritius Revenue AuthorityMrs. Yamini Rangasamy... more details
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13
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14
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Jun
19
Resource Person:Mr. ABBASAKOOR Osman Noormahamed, Senior Attorney Course description: To be uploaded... more details

Judicial Training

"Judicial Activism of the Supreme Court in respect to the interpretation of basic human rights and the challenges face by the Indian Judiciary" on Friday, 29 March 2019 as from 11.00 to 12.30 by Honourable Madan Lokur, Retired Indian Supreme Court Judge.
Course synopsis:
Recent decisions of the Supreme Court on some issues have attracted considerable public discussion. It has been argued in some quarters that the Supreme Court has exceeded its jurisdiction and indeed some of the decisions rendered have not met with public acceptance. On the other hand, issues of social justice and human rights have attracted considerable attention and have been welcomed by NGOs and human rights activists. There is, therefore, an issue of public perception and an issue of judicial activism and overreach. The responses to these issues are some of the challenges faced by the judiciary in India.

 

Events Gallery

IJLS Law Journal Publications Issue 2 ISBN 978-99949-949-5-3

January 2019

1) The implications of neuroscience on sentencing by Sabah Carrim

November 2018

1) An analysis of the effectiveness of the soft law approach in the context of corporate governance in multinational companies (‘MNCs’) in the UK and in the EU by Ms Bibi Azna Bholah, Barrister at law - ISBN 978-99949-949-6-0

IJLS Law Journal Publications  ISBN 978-99949-949-0-8

August 2018
1) Learning from Elsewhere? Some comparative reflections on youth justice and the penal responsibility of children by Professor Stewart Field, School of Law and Politics, Cardiff University - ISBN 978-99949-949-4-6

June 2018
1) "L’effectivité des droits de la défense en droits français et mauricien" par M. Romain Ollard, Professeur à l’Université de Poitiers - ISBN No. 978-99949-949-3-9

May 2018
1) "A critical analysis of the SOTRAMON case" by Deborah Landemarre, French magistrate trainee - intern in IJLS ISBN No. 978-99949-949-2-2

April 2018
1) « Le traitement judiciaire des atteintes à la réputation, dénigrement, diffamation et injures sur Internet » par M. Vincent Vigneau, Conseiller à la Cour de Cassation, Professeur associé à l’université de Versailles - ISBN No. 978-99949-951-7-2
2) “The Exercise of Prosecutorial Discretion: Considerations and Ethics” by Mrs. Sulakshna Beekarry, Assistant Director of Public Prosecutions - ISBN 978-99949-951-2-7 
3) “The challenging role of banks in preventing money laundering and terrorist financing” by Mr. Kaushik Goburdhun, Barrister-at-Law - ISBN No: 978-99949-951-8-9

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