CALL FOR PAPERS@JLSR JOURNAL [VOLUME 2, ISSUE 1] : SUBMIT BY NOV 1ST, 2020

ABOUT THE JOURNAL

Journal for Law Students and Researchers [JLSR]  is an Online Journal with ISSN[O]: 2582-306X and 8 indexings, which is quarterly, Peer-Reviewed, published online and JLSR seeks to provide an interactive platform for the publication of Short Articles, Long Articles, Book Reviews, Case Comments, Research Papers, Essays in the field of Law.

JLSR welcomes contributions from all legal branches, as long as the work is original, unpublished, unplagiarized and is in consonance with the submission guidelines.

NATURE OF CONTRIBUTIONS

  • Articles: An article must conduct a complete analysis of the area of law, which the author seeks to highlight. It must contain a comprehensive study of the existing law with the suggestions and conclusions of the Author. Word Limit being 1,100 to 4,000 words.
  • Notes: A note is a relatively concise form of an argument advanced by the author. The focus of a note should be on a relatively new debate or controversy regarding the interpretation or implementation in the law. Notes shall primarily highlight contemporary issues, which need to be addressed, and the authors are expected to offer a solution. The maximum word limit for a manuscript in the form of note is 1,500-2,500 words.
  • Comments: A comment is where the author may decide to critique any recent/landmark judicial pronouncement or any recent legislation or bill before the Parliament or State Legislature. The word limit for a comment is 2,000-3,000 words.
  • Book Review: A Book Review is where the author identifies the central idea of the book, gives the reader indication of the author’s style, approach, or premises, and then offers an overall evaluation adding suggestions and latest amendments to the given laws in the book. The word limit is from 2,000-3,000 words.

DATES

  • Last date for full paper submission: 1st November , 2020 (Submissions should be made in Word Doc.)
  • Intimation of the selection of Full Paper: Within 2 days of submission.

SUBMISSION GUIDELINES

  1. Citation Format: The citation format to be followed is The Bluebook (19th Ed.)/Any Standard Format.
  2. Abstract: Every submission should be accompanied by an abstract of 250-300 words describing the relevant conclusions drawn in the manuscript.
  3. Papers with plagiarism less than 25% are only eligible for publication.
  4. Font Style: Times New Roman and font size 12.

PUBLICATION FEE

Single Authored: 800/-

Co-Authored: 1000/-

MODE OF SUBMISSION

Submission of the full article/paper along shall be made by sending an e-mail at editor.jlsr@gmail.com.

CONTACT INFORMATION

9136804644

E-mail: jflsrjournal[at]gmail.com

The website link is here.(www.jlsrjournal.in)

2 DAY WORKSHOP ON “INTERFACING LAW & ARTIFICAL INTELLIGENCE”: [LIMITED SLOTS]

Bored of Archaic Workshops/Courses?

We have come up with unique and interesting workshop on latest topics in order to initiate intriguing academic discussions on AI & its interlink with Intellectual Property Law as well as AI’s Liability model. The workshop is designed for all law and non-law students and young professionals to have an out of box thinking while venturing a bit into the technicalities, legalities as well for them to gain new knowledge which isn’t yet a part of the curriculum in any law school throughout India. Thus all students and professions from India and abroad having interest in the subject are welcome for participating and taking part in such legal intriguing discussion.

WORKSHOP DETAILS

Topic : INTERFACING LAW & ARTIFICAL INTELLIGENCE

Dates : 3rd – 4th October, 2020

Duration : 2 hours per day including Interactive session and Q&A round

SESSIONS

Day -1 : AI and Intellectual Property matters-

The speaker would be discussing on the IPR issues related around Artificial Intelligence and realise the need for codification of proper laws firstly with regard to IP issue of the AI created by human and secondly, analysing the IP rights (patent/ trademark/ copyright) on any new creation by that Artificial Intelligence.

Day-2 : Techno-legal insight in AI & it’s liability models.

The speaker would be giving Techno-legal Insight into Artificial Intelligence & liability models for misconducts effected by Artificially Intelligent Systems and discuss the important aspects to fix the liability of AI systems and law enforcement mechanism and attempt to talk about the codification of such laws.

SPEAKERS

  1. Tanmay Agrawal
    Asst. Professor of Law
    Jagran Lakecity University, Bhopal
    PhD Scholar (Law and AI)
  1. Shikhar Gupta
    JRF, PhD Scholar (Law and AI)
    University of Delhi, New Delhi

WHO SHOULD ATTEND THE WORKSHOP?

Irrespective of whatever course you are studying, Irrespective of your age, Irrespective of your nationality, if any of the following questions interest you and make you keep on knowing about the following via proper research and fun learning then definitely this workshop is for you. Don’t delay, enroll now before the seats are filled !!

  • Who would have the intellectual property rights protection for an AI generated works? Who would be the owner of AI generated works or inventions?
  • Can a machine be an author or an inventor and Should AI generated inventions be considered state of art like others created by a person?
  • Further whether AI can individually get an IP protection for its further creations?
  • Who should be held responsible for the creations and innovations generated by AI, if they encroach upon others’ rights or violate other legal provisions?

ABOUT LEGAL FINISHING SCHOOL-

Team LFS aims to give to all law students in India the practical and most accessible experience of learning the law. After having operated since the past few months having served a base of 2000+ participants including students as well as young professionals in our Legal Finishing School family, we look forward to serving more efficiently. We have been organizing webinars, panel discussion for better learning and are continuously working to get the best legal luminaries- practitioners, judges and academicians alike for best learning. We also assist and guide the students for internships by linking them to a network of legal professions.

ABOUT JLSR

Journal for Law Students and Researchers [JLSR]  is an Online Journal with ISSN: 2582-306X which is quarterly, Peer Reviewed, published online and JLSR seeks to provide an interactive platform for the publication of Short Articles, Long Articles, Book Reviews, Case Comments, Research Papers, Essays in the field of Law .

Our aim is to upgrade the level of interaction and discourse about contemporary issues of law. We are eager to become a highly cited publication, through quality contributions from students, academicians, professionals from the industry, the bar and the bench. JLSR welcomes contributions from all legal branches, as long as the work is original, unpublished, unplagiarized and is in consonance with the submission guidelines.

ABOUT LEGAL FUMES

A Legal Website, Working for to provide legal news and conduct and promote all sorts of legal competitions like poster making, debate competitions, quiz competitions, legal blog posts, moots and etc.

PERKS OF ATTENDING THE WORKSHOP-

  1. Certificate of participation would be provided.
  2. Free E-Books & Reading Material would be shared.
  3. Guidance on AI & Legal research topics for publication.
  4. Discounts in our upcoming online courses.

REGISTRATION & PAYMENT DETAILS

Registration Form: https://forms.gle/aKUs6zqZdr64kd5v7

Fee: 300/- only

G-Pay/Paytm/Phonepe at 9078473139 (Subham Kumar Dalara)

For International Participants, you can write to us at LegalFinishing@gmail.com and we’ll provide you with apt source of registration.

Note : Enrollers will be added to whatsapp group within 24 hours once enrolled

Platform: Zoom (Link would be share to the enrolled participants on mail)

CONTACT US:

In case of any query or clarification regarding course feel free to contact-

LegalFinishing@gmail.com

jflsrjournal@gmail.com

legalfumes@gmail.com

Contact Team Legal Finishing School- 9826930276, 9742183815

For more details- https://www.facebook.com/LegalFinishingSchool

Towards accessible and application based legal education and overall Mentorship for law students across India.

2ND ONLINE DEBATE COMPETITION BY JLSR : REGISTER NOW!!

ABOUT 

Journal for Law Students and Researchers [JLSR]  is an Online Journal with ISSN[O]: 2582-306X and 9 indexings, which is quarterly, Peer-Reviewed, published online and JLSR seeks to provide an interactive platform for the publication of Short Articles, Long Articles, Book Reviews, Case Comments, Research Papers, Essays in the field of Law.

JLSR welcomes contributions from all legal branches, as long as the work is original, unpublished, unplagiarized and is in consonance with the submission guidelines.

TOPICS :

1.Are we lacking in the implementation of legislation?

2.Uniform Civil Code – A need for the hour

3.Should Artificial intelligence claim IP- Ownership?

Note : Video/Audio recording should be either for or against one of the topics

LANGUAGE :

English/Hindi

WHO CAN PARTICIPATE

Anyone pursuing undergraduate or post-graduate courses from recognized University or College.

JUDGE

Md. Wali Iftikhar, Advocate, High Court of Judicature at Allahabad, Lucknow Bench BENCH

REGISTRATION DETAILS

Fee- Rs.100/-

Link- https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1ukUiFK8RDGsK75zWwbO7neNDNnCc61mkCEqS7g_YsXA/edit

PAYMENT DETAILS :

Googlepay/Paytm/Phonepe at 7660899180

IMPORTANT DATES

Deadline to register : September 27th, 2020

Deadline to submit : September 28th, 2020

Note : Participant can either mail( jflsrjournal@gmail.com) their recording after registration or else upload in the googleform while registering.

GUIDELINES

  1. MAKE A VIDEO THROUGH CAMERA(MAKE SURE YOUR GESTURE AND VOICE ARE CLEAR) OR AUDIO.
  2. VIDEO/AUDIO RECORDING SHOULD NOT BE LESS THAN 1 MINUTE AND MORE THAN 10 MINUTES.
  3. DROP YOUR VIDEOS/AUDIOS IN THE MENTIONED SECTION OF THE GOOGLE FORM OR ELSE MAIL AT jflsrjournal@gmail.com AFTER REGISTERTING.

PERKS

  1. Cash Prizes : 1st position-  600, 2nd position- 400, 3rd position- 300
  2. Certificate of Participation to all successfully registered candidates.
  3. Online internship opportunity at our legal world for top 3.
  4. Internship opportunity at Jus Corpus for top 2.
  5. 20% Discount on Legal Box (Professional CV Making Services by Law Laboratory) for all participants.
  6. Publication opportunity in JLSR(Discounted) for all the participants.
  7. Free blog publication to top 5 students in Jus Corpus journal.
  8. Publication opportunity in legal fumes blog for all the participants for top 10.
  9. 10 percent off in KATOG (A unit of KATOG EDU LLP) courses for all the participants.
  10. E-book on Criminal Law by Legal Fumes for all the participants.

FOR ANY QUERY

Write to us at-jflsrjournal@gmail.com

Or contact 9389658270 (Hemant)

Note : Participant will be added in a Whatsapp group within 24 hours once he/she registers.

WEBSITE : www.jlsrjournal.in

NATIONAL CASE COMMENTARY COMPETITION BY LAWTSAPP.COM

ABOUT THE ORGANISATION:

Changes are often difficult but always done to bolster the society, its important to stop for a while and anatomize. Lawtsapp.com is an extensive portal registered with Government of India, MSME endeavors to provide detailed and credible writing/news in the socio-legal realm, and trying to create a space for first-generation law students.

ABOUT THE COMPETITION:

The 1st National Case commentary competition has been conceived with an objective to give exposure to the students to assimilate complex situations and observe the legal problems or lacunae in the case. A case comment, as the name suggests, is an extended commentary on a particular court case. The purpose of a case commentary is to give the writer an opportunity to assess not only how a specific case was disposed of in court, but also, to survey the development of that area of the law represented by the selected case and social, economic and political consequences of the decision. This competition will encourage students in reaching the verdict of any case by adopting any particular approach.

Lawtsapp.com invites UG/PG students from both law and humanities background interested in law or public policy matters to write a comparative case commentary on the given case-laws.

TOPICS:

The broad themes for the comparative case-commentary shall include case-laws relating to the Landmark Court Cases that changed Indian Laws.

  1. Indian Young Lawyers Association & Ors vs. The State of Kerala & Ors. (Sabarimala Case)
  2. Common Cause (A Regd. Society) vs Union Of India ( Passive Euthanasia Case)
  3. Navtej Singh Johar v. Union of India ( Homosexuality case)
  4. Vaisakha and others v State of Rajasthan ( Sexual Harassment)
  5. M.C. Mehta vs. Union of India (Ganga Pollution Case)

CONTENT HEADINGS

The case commentary shall include only the following

I.   Cover Page
II.    Introduction
III.     Background of the Case
lV. Analysis
V. Conclusion

PAGEWORD LIMIT

  1. The Cover Page shall encompass not more than these details- “The selected Theme Comparative Case Commentary on-Name of the Case)”:all center aligned: Participation Code” on top right corner of the page: The header should illustrate the name of the Competition, i.e., Lawtsapp.com’s National Comparative Case Commentary Competition-2020.
  2. The Cover Page should not exceed 1 page
  3. Introduction: maximum half page
  4. Background of the Case maximum half page.
  5. Both ‘Introduction’ and ‘Background ” have to be on the same page and should not exceed 1 page.
  6. Analysis: 3-5 pages maximum 7.Conclusion- maximum 1 page
  7. The Conclusion shall start from the next fresh page.
  8. In total, the maximum number of pages should not exceed 8 pages.

INTRODUCTION

The Opening should ideally commence with a short paragraph specifying the subject of the case so as to give the reader a fair impression regarding the issues you are going to address in the comment. It should be a very brief statement of facts asserting only the part of the factual matrix which is vital to the issue being discussed. Thereafter, you should write the disposition and what was ultimately held in the case in a very precise manner.

BACKGROUND

The objective of writing this section is to let the reader get the general idea about the Factual subject matter of the case before you start your analysis. The very first step to do is to draw an outline of the development of the law leading up to the case under review by touching upon the landmark cases and significant statutory developments. This helps the reader to appraise the court’s decision and understand your arguments more clearly.

ANALYSIS

This comprises of the main part of the case comment and for the purpose of this competition it can be divided into two parts. For the first part, the participants may focus on the following questions while attempting the case comment (These are merely suggestive):

  1. Was the Court’s decision appropriate?
  2. Does this decision change/conform with existing law?
  3. Was the reasoning consistent with previous reasoning in similar cases?
  4. Is it likely that the decision will significantly influence existing law?
  5. Did the court adequately justify its reasoning?
  6. Was Its Interpretation of the law appropriate?
  7. Was the reasoning logical /consistent?
  8. Did the court consider all/omit some issues and arguments? And, if there was omission, does this weaken the merit of the decision?
  9. What are the policy implications of the decision?
  10. Are there alternative approaches which could lead to more appropriate public policy in this area?

The second part shall include the COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS focusing on the following questions (These are merely suggestive:

  1. Whether the same subject matter has been addressed in any case of a foreign jurisdiction?
  2. Whether the decision by the foreign court was progressive and practically feasible? If yes, then how can the same be incorporated in India?

NOTE: Interdisciplinary approach to the analysis is allowed. The participants can discuss the relevance of other laws In their analysis. It is mandatory to bring about a comparative analysis with another jurisdiction.

CONCLUSION

The conclusion to the case comment should encapsulate the main essence of the author’s findings and arguments, It is not always necessary to reach a conclusion to decide upon whether or not the court’s decision was right. You can simply end your analysis by briefly stating the Impact of the case and pointing out certain lacunae (if any).

FORMAT

  1. 1.    Font style: Times New Roman
  2. 2.    Size: body-12 pts
  3. 3.    Heading bold-12 pts 4.Line spacing: 1.5
  4. 5.    1-Inch margin on all sides of the pages
  5. 6.    Citations: Only footnotes are allowed and the mode of citation must be Standard Indian Legal Citation (SILC)
  6. 7.    Plagiarism limit 10%
  7. 8.    Should be sent only in docx format bearing the registration number.

EVALUATION CRITERIA

The criteria for evaluation shall include the following:

  1. Knowledge of Facts – 5
  2. Knowledge of Laws- 5
  3. Knowledge of Background – 5
  4. Proper organization and Articulate Analysis – 5
  5. Extent of Research- 5
  6. Correct Format and Citation -5
    Total Marks: 30

MISCELLANEOUS

  1. Implementation and interpretation of rules regarding the practice and procedures, the final decision lies with Lawtsapp.com.
  2. The copyright of the entries submitted by the participants shall solely lie with Lawtsapp and acceptance of such vesting is a precondition to participation in the Competition. The rules governing the Competition should be strictly adhered to and any deviation thereof will attract disqualification of the participant.
  3. The registration fee is non-refundable.
  4. Lawtsapp can amend, change or include any changes to the given rules and regulations if the need arises to do so.
  5. In case of a draw between two participants, the participant with more marks in the ‘Proper organization and Articulate Analysis’ will be declared as the winner and runners up.
  6. There will be no rule governing a tie breaker for rest of the positions.
  7. Participants should refrain from writing a descriptive essay for the Analysis.

MODE OF PAYMENT

The payment can be made through BHIM, UPI, Google Pay/PhonePo/PayTM UPI.

PRIZES

  • Winner: Cash prize of Rs 300/- + E-Certificate of Achievement + Blog Publication + Certificate of Publication + Internship Opportunity as a Content Writer at Lawtsapp.com
  • Runner up: Cash Prize of Rs 150/- + E-Certificate of Achievement + Blog Publication+ Certificate of Publication + Internship Opportunity as a Content Writer at Lawtsapp.com.
  • 2nd Runner up: E-Certificate of Achievement + Blog Publication + Certificate of Publication + Internship Opportunity as a Content Writer at Lawtsap.com.
  • E-Certificate of Appreciation shall be given to participants securing Top 10 position, publication and certificate of publication will also be given.

    NOTE: E-Certificate of Participation to all the other participants shall be given.

ONLINE WEBINAR BY THE LEGAL TRENDSETTERS.

Topic

The Kashmir Issue – Why, How and the Way Forward

The Eminent Speaker –

Dr. Aman Hingorani
(Advocate-on-Record & Mediator, Supreme Court of India; Arbitration International Advocacy & Mediation Trainer Adjunct Faculty Author, Unravelling the Kashmir Knot, a SAGE bestseller. Has another 67 publications, both national and international, on varied subjects.)

Date:

20th September 2020

Time

4:00 PM

Platform :

YouTube

Webinar is Free and Open to all

Registration:

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScdR7XznyUmur8ABzVrI95UmgKCIkW2Ns1JgcDN8CpAqn0yMA/viewform

For daily update on legal news, legal words and cases join us on Instagram.

Note: Certificate of Participation will be given to whoever attends the webinar and will fill the attendance sheet which will be given in description box of YouTube

Warm regards-

Team Legal Trendsetters.

1st LEX MACULA VIRTUAL CLIENT COUNSELLING COMPETITION

GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS-

The following are the rules and regulations for the 1st Lex Macula Client Counselling competition.

  1. The competition will be held virtually for a period of 3 days from 10th to 12th October 2020.
  2. The registration fee for the competition is INR 800 per team.
  3. Each team shall consist of 2 participants who qualify the eligibility criteria.
  4. The competition shall be conducted in accordance with the rules mentioned hereunder. Participants are required to comply with the rules and procedures prescribed herein.
  5. Official email for all correspondence with respect to the Competition is info@lexmacula.org.
  6. The Inaugural Function and Orientation of Participants will be held on 10th October, 2020 at 9:00 am and is to attended by all participants.
  7. The Competition shall consist of the following Rounds: (a) The Preliminary Rounds (10th October 2020); (b) The Quarter-Final Rounds (11th October 2020) (c) The Semi- Final Rounds (11th October 2020); and (d) The Final Round (12th October 2020).
  8. No approval from the respective institute of the participants is required for participation.
  9. There are a limited number of seats and the registration of participants will be confirmed on a ‘first come first serve’ basis.

ELIGIBILITY

Students of three year and five-year law degree courses from any University/Law School/College/Department are eligible to apply for registration of their team.

TEAM COMPOSITION

Each team shall consist of two persons that qualify the eligibility criteria. The participants may be from different University/Law School/College/Departments.

REGISTRATION

  1. The registration fee shall be Rs. 800/- (eight hundred only) for each team. The registration fee shall be non-refundable and non-transferable.
  2. The last date for registration is 11:59 p.m. IST, 5th October 2020.
  3. ONLINE GOOGLE FORM to register – https://forms.gle/qx6PJngBKjJ8M4LB9
  4. Once a team registers by completing the formalities given, a Code (hereinafter “Team Code”) shall be assigned to the team by 8th October 2020.
  5. According to Draw of lots, which will be conducted on 9th October 2020, the office for all the sessions will be conveyed to the participants prior to the event.
  6. The organizing committee has the exclusive right to decide in case of any dispute related to the registration. The decision of the organizing committee in such a case shall be final.

LANGUAGE

The official language for the Competition shall be English only.

DRESS CODE

The dress code for the competition is business formals. Gowns and bands are not permitted to be worn by the participants in the competition. Non adherence to dress code shall attract penalty

THEME

The Client Counselling preposition for the 1st Lex Macula Client Counselling Competition 2020 is based on Family Laws, Constitutional Laws, Law of Crimes, Contract Law, Property Laws and the Law of Torts.

Note: The participants are expected to have knowledge of other ancillary laws and procedures.

TRAINING SESSION

A training session will be organised for all participants of the 1st Lex Macula Virtual Client Counselling Competition on 3rd October 2020. The guest speaker will discuss the general rules and procedure of the competition. The speaker will also discuss efficient means of client counselling with all attendees. It is not mandatory to attend the training session. The meeting details of the training session will be sent to all participants via email prior to the session.

PRELIMINARY ROUNDS (10th October 2020)

  1. Each team of two participants will present themselves as Advocates in a lawyer’s chamber. It is not necessary that both participants join the meeting room jointly and may join the session individually.
  2. All teams will go through a 25-minute session in the preliminary round. The session will include- a Consultation Session (15-Minutes) with the client, a private Discussion Session (5-Minutes) and a Post-Consultation Session (5-Minutes) with the judges.
    1. The Consultation Session: The first 15 minutes are allotted to the team for a consultation session with the client. The counsels are required to extract the necessary information from the client during this session. The counsels are expected to elicit the relevant information, articulate the problems and create a summary of the problems faced by the client.
    2. The private Discussion session: During the discussion session of 5 minutes, the counsels will be discussing the client’s concerns and the legal work to be undertaken, without the client present in the meeting chamber room. The participants should talk to each other loudly enough to be overheard by the judges. Judges may question the teams during the post consultation period.
    3. The Post-Consultation session: The remaining time from the total time as specified above will be for post-Consultation period i.e. the last 5 minutes in all the respective rounds are devoted for post consultation. The counsels are expected to summarize the consultation session and indicate what legal work has to be undertaken to assist the client. They are expected to indicate the scope of the legal work to be undertaken, and state the legal issues that should be researched. During this session, the counsels need to be clearly audible to the judges. The participants may discuss fees at any appropriate point in the consultation.

QUARTER FINAL ROUND (11th October 2020)

Qualified teams will go through a 25 minutes Session in the Quarter- Final round. The session will include both – a Consultation Session (15 Minutes), a Discussion Session (5 Minutes) and a Post-Consultation Session (5 Minutes).

SEMI FINAL ROUND (11th October 2020)

Qualified teams will go through a 30 minutes Session in the Semi – Final round. The session will include both – a Consultation Session (20 Minutes), a Discussion Session (5 Minutes) and a Post-Consultation Session (5 Minutes).

FINAL ROUND (12th October 2020)

Qualified teams will go through a 40 minutes Session in the Final round. The session will include both – a Consultation Session (25 Minutes), a Discussion Session (5 Minutes) and a Post-Consultation Session (10 Minutes).

JUDGING CRITERIA

Judging CriteriaMarks Allotted
ESTABLISHING AN EFFECTIVE PROFESSIONAL RELATIONSHIP10
LEARNING THE CLIENT’S GOALS, EXPECTATIONS AND NEEDS20
FACTUAL AND LEGAL ANALYSIS OF THE CLIENT’S PROBLEMS20
GIVING ADVICE AND ASSISTING THE CLIENT MAKE AN INFORMED CHOICE20
TEAM WORK10
RESPONSE DURING THE POST CONSULTATION PERIOD20
TOTAL100

GROUNDS FOR DISQUALIFICATION

  1. Misconduct, whether behavioural or otherwise, is not allowed and if indulges shall result in disqualification of team.
  2. Any discussion with client before competition.
  3. Cheating or using unfair means.
  4. Intimidation in any form is prohibited, and if found indulged shall result in disqualification of the team.

MISCELLENEOUS

  1. The Organizers shall not be responsible for any loss due to slow or non-functional Internet Connection during the Competition. We request all the participants to arrange a sound Internet Connection.
  2. The decision of the Judges shall be final regarding the outcome of the Rounds.
  3. No additional documentation or screensharing will be allowed.
  4. The Organizers reserve the right to take any action against unethical, wrongful or unprofessional conduct.
  5. Scouting is not allowed under any circumstances and may lead to disqualification. You are requested to exit the call after your session is over.
  6. If there is any situation, not covered by the Rules, the decision of the Organizers shall be final and binding.
  7. The Organizers reserve the right to amend the rules. However, due notice shall be provided to all participating teams.
  8. Selection will be on first come first basis as there will be limited seats.
  9. The participants are always required to comply with the rules formulated by the Organizing Committee during the competition. In case of any non- compliance with the rules of the competition, penalty may be imposed by deduction of marks and the teams may also be disqualified after they have been warned once.
  10. The clients for the competition will be provided internally by Lex Macula.

PRIZES:

  1. Best Team – 6,000/- (Six Thousand Rupees)
  2. 1st Runner up to Best Team – 4,000/- (Four Thousand Rupees)
  3. Best Counsel – 3,000/- (Three Thousand Rupees)

The announcement of the results will be provided on our Website, our social media handles as well as through the emails. All participants will be given an e-certificate to acknowledge their efforts and hard work throughout the course of this event.

For further assistance, please contact the undersigned.

Email: info@lexmacula.org

  1. Raghav Singhal 8860190782
  2. Aryaman Sharma 9953745660
  3. Krisha Baweja 8860059481

Applications Open for Campus Ambassador: Lawcutor

About the Campus Ambassador Program

Campus Ambassador Program is basically a campus based promotion of a firm, organization, company, etc. With the change in scenario promotion through social media or otherwise is not enough, students crave for what is real and reliable. Through a campus ambassador program they can know about the company transparently which increases their interest to avail the services of the same.

Main tasks for Campus Ambassador Program

• Social Media Marketing- Campus Ambassador have to circulate the e-posters through email, mailing-list, WhatsApp, Facebook, and Twitter. They should be up to date about all the programs and events organised by Lawcutor. utilize official website and social media to spread awareness amongst students.
• In college promotion- College promotion include displaying all the banners and other information on the notice boards to promote Lawcutor.
• Seminars- This asks for joint association of the college & Lawcutor and the campus ambassador plays an important role in building their relationship with each other. The campus ambassador have to organise seminars in their college in association with Lawcutor.
• Interview- The campus ambassador have to conduct interviews of faculty members, students and others to understand the basic problem they are facing and taking the merit of which, Lawcutor should frame program to cure such problem and making them believe that Lawcutors solves real-time problems.
• Depending on the expertise and background of the ambassadors, they will be divided into different functions, namely, volunteer, photographer, rapporteur, content writer, etc.

Advantages of being a Campus Ambassador

• It develops your multiple skills such as leadership, public speaking, etc.
• Campus Ambassador becomes the face of the college.
• Enhance your resume.
• Less time taking- just have to work 7-8 hours a week.

Eligibility

• Should be an undergraduate/postgraduate student in a Law college/university.
• Should be a self-motivated and responsible individual with excellent organizational, managerial and communication skills.
• Should have a desire to bring positive social change.

Terms and Conditions

• This position is tenured, part-time, voluntary, and unpaid.
• Lawcutor is looking for a commitment of at least 1 month.
• Maximum 2 Campus Ambassadors can be selected from a particular college/university.
• A certificate of appreciation will be awarded on successful completion of tenure as well as the duties assigned.

How to apply

If you are looking for the opportunity then, apply here

Stipend

No

Contact

ca.lawcutor@gmail.com

Etching the Path-Campus ambassador Program

Etching the Path brings to you all its campus ambassador program.

BRIEF OF THE PROGRAM:

The Campus Ambassador is a person who builds a relation between the organisation and the Campus. The basic activities involved in this program is the promotion of the organisation at all platforms. The program shall aim in building the confidence among the campus ambassadors and also to build a friendly relation with the outside world.

TASKS INVOLVED IN THE CAMPUS AMBASSADOR PROGRAM

  1. Social Media Marketing
    The Campus Ambassadors at Etching the Path are suppose to promote the poster of Etching the Path at all social media which includes, Facebook, Whatsapp, Instagram, LinkedIn, Telegram and Twitter.
  2. In College Promotion
    The Campus Ambassadors at Etching the Path should spread an awareness in their college about the Etching the Path, they need to do in-college promotion which includes displaying the poster and banners in the college, introducing their mates with the Etching the Path.

PERKS OF BEING THE CAMPUS AMBASSADOR AT ETCHING THE PATH

  1. The Campus ambassador will be able to develop skills such as leadership, public speaking etc.
  2. The program will enhance your resume.
  3. Discounts on the events of Etching the Path will be given to campus ambassadors.
  4. Membership opportunity will be offered to the Campus Ambassadors.
  5. Minimal time of 9-10 hours a week is required for work as the Campus Ambassador at Etching the Path.

CONDITIONS APPLICABLE FOR THE PROGRAM

  1. The position is tenured, part-time, voluntary and unpaid,
  2. The commitment of minimum Two months is required as the Campus ambassador at Etching the Path.
  3. Certificate of completion will be awarded on successful completion of tenure as well as the duties assigned.

APPLICATION PROCEDURE:

Apply for the Campus Ambassador program filling the form.

STIPEND

Nil

CONTACT

etchingthepath@gmail.com