VIT-AP School of Law, VIT-AP University, and Birmingham Law School, University of Birmingham are organizing an International Conference on Comparative Law: A Story of Convergences, Divergences and Exploitation of Liminal Spaces on 15-17 February 2024 to be held in Blended mode.

About the VIT-AP School of Law:
VIT-AP School of Law (VSL) is a leading academic institution in India that offers quality legal education and prepares students for a global legal profession. It focuses on innovative learning and skill development, providing a curriculum that combines legal studies with business leanings.

About Birmingham Law School

Birmingham Law School is a renowned institution that has been at the forefront of legal education and research for almost 100 years. It offers innovative and research-driven education, contributing not only to the legal profession but also to various fields such as business, governance, public policy, NGOs, and the arts. Located in the country's first civic university, Birmingham Law School is committed to excellence and provides a diverse range of undergraduate and postgraduate programs. It is recognized for its research quality and is ranked in the Top 10 in the UK according to the Research Excellence Framework 2021. Additionally, it is listed among the Top 75 law schools in the world according to the Times Higher Education's World University Rankings

About the Conference:
The International Conference on Comparative Law, jointly organized by VIT-AP School of Law and Birmingham Law School, is a platform for legal scholars, practitioners, and researchers to engage in discussions on comparative law. The conference aims to explore convergences, divergences, and the exploitation of liminal spaces in legal systems.

Key Themes:
Comparative Constitutional Law Comparative Criminal Law Comparative Civil Law Comparative Commercial Law (Trade, Investment, Intellectual Property Rights) Comparative Legal Theory and Methodology Comparative Public Policy Contemporary Legal Developments

Submission Guidelines:
Abstracts should not exceed 300 words, and there can be a maximum of one co-author per submission. The research paper should be original and unpublished, with a word limit of 5000-7000 words. The font should be Times New Roman, font size 12, and line spacing 1.5. Citations should be placed in footnotes following the OSCOLA standard style.
Submissionthe abstracts and the draft Papers should be submitted to

The registration fees for students and research scholars are Rs 500 for Indian participants, 10 USD for SAARC Nationals, and 15 USD for participants from other countries. Professionals need to pay Rs 1000 for Indian participants, 10 USD for SAARC Countries, and 15 USD for participants from other countries.

Important Links:

  • Abstracts and draft papers should be submitted to
  • Registration fees should be paid using the following link: Registration Link

Important Dates:

  • Last date for submission of abstracts: 16th January 2024
  • Date for Result of selected abstracts: 19th January 2024
  • Last date of Registration for selected participants and attendees: 9th February 2024
  • Submission of Draft Papers by selected participants: 9th February 2024

Contact Details:
For any inquiries or further information, please contact the Organising Committee:

  • Prof. Paul McConnell, Birmingham School of Law, University of Birmingham
  • Dr. Benarji Chakka, VIT-AP School of Law, VIT-AP University
  • Dr. Ananthu S. Hari, VIT-AP School of Law, VIT-AP University
  • Dr. Sudhir Verma, VIT-AP School of Law, VIT-AP University
  • Prof. Avin Tiwari, VIT-AP School of Law, VIT-AP University
  • Prof. Riti Naik, VIT-AP School of Law, VIT-AP University

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