[Online] Five Days Programme On Legal Research Methodology by Faculty of Law, University of Lucknow [Register by 5 July 2020]


About University of Lucknow
University of Lucknow is one of the oldest University in India. University is celebrating its centenary year of establishment. The Faculty of Law, University of Lucknow was established, in the University in the 1921 with three teachers. Mr. JagMohan Nath Chak was its first Dean. Prof R. U. Singh was the real architect of the faculty who developed the teaching and research in systematic manner in the faculty and held the office of the Dean, Faculty of Law till 1956. Dr V.N. Shukla a well known authority of the Constitutional law, Dr Avtar Singh, is known for his books on Commercial Law, Dr V.G. Goswami, who has written book on labour law, Dr R.C Nigam, who is known for the Criminal law Book have been teachers of this great faculty. The Faculty has produced many distinguished personalities including Dr Shankar Dayal Sharma (Former President of India), Hon’ble Mr. Justice, A.S.Anand (Former Chief Justice of India), Sri Ram Krishna Hedge, Mr Surjeet Singh Barnala, Mr N.K.P.Salve, , etc.The list is endless. Currently there are thirty faculty members who are serving with their endeavour and working positively in enhancing the capabilities of the Faculty and society. 

Objective of Programme
 To provide fundamental understanding of the legal research;
  To provide specific understanding of the legal research methodology; 
 To discuss the relevance and scope of the socio legal research;
  To explain the tools and techniques of the legal research;
  To explore the problems of the legal research in general and specific with the help of experts;
  To provides guidance to all participants for planning research work

Topics and Speakers 
1. Research Proposal, Prof A.P.Singh, Dean, University School of Law and Legal Studies Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University, Delhi
 2. Ethics of Research, Dr Preeti Saxena, Director, Centre of Post Graduate Legal Studies, BBAU, Lucknow (UP)
 3. Dr. Anurag Deep, Associate Professor, Indian Law Institute, New Delhi 
4. Socio Legal Research, Dr Jaya Srivastava, Associate Professor, Dept of Sociology, BBAU, Lucknow 
5. Doctrinal Legal Research Mr. Pramod Tiwari, Assistant Professor, Delhi University, Delhi 
6. Resources of the Legal Research, Dr Vikesh Ram Tripathi, Assistant Professor, Delhi University, Delhi 
7. Ethnographic Approaches To the Legal Research, Dr Rashwet, Shrikhal, Assistant Professor, Centre University of Jharkhand, Ranchi, Jharkhand 
8. Reference Management Tools, Dr Jyoti Mishra, Assistant Librarian, Tagore Library,University of Lucknow
 9. Use of Law Library, Dr Maneesh Kr. Bajpai, Deputy Librarian, DRRMLNLU, Lucknow 
10. Formulation of Hypothesis, Dr Jhonson Minz, Assistant Professor, Centre for Human Resource Management and Labour Relations, School of Management and Labour Studies, TISS Mumbai, Maharastra]
11. Scaling Techniques in Socio Legal Research, Dr Madhukar Sharma, Assistant Professor, Maharastra National Law University, Nagpur, Maharastra 
12. Methods of Data Collections, Dr Mrinal Manjari, Assistant Professor, Assistant Professor, Patliputra University Patna, Bihar 
13. Copyright and Plagarism issues in Legal Research, Dr Atul Pandey, Assistant Professor, NLIU Bhopal

Duration of Programme:
Date: 6th July to 10 July 2020 
Time: 10 AM-12.30 PM

Intake: 
80 (Eighty)
Fee-
The registration Fee is Rs 250/-(Rupees Two Hundred Fifty Only) per person. Fee is non refundable.
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Last Date to Register
Registration The Application for the registration should be submitted online to Faculty of Law, University of Lucknow up to 5 July 2020, 12:00 AM. 
For More Details, Contact: 
Organising Secretary 
Dr Richa Saxena,
Assistant Professor, Faculty of Law University of Lucknow,
 Mob- 983946901 or Email; [email protected] 
For Technical Assistance 
Mr. Ayush Pratap Singh
LLB Five Year, VI sem, University of Lucknow, 
Mob:8887683261

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