About ILS Law College

The year 2022-2023 marks a golden period for the Indian Law Society and ILS Law College, where the Society completes 100 years, and the College steps into its centennial year. The College has been a forerunner in providing inclusive and innovative legal education. Generations of illustrious alumni have carried ahead its reputation in all walks of life. Guided by the philosophy that, ‘Everything is centred in law,’ ILS has nurtured its own culture by effectively combining the theory and practice of law.

About the Centre for International Law:

The Centre was set up in 2014 with the goal to increase awareness about International Law. Its aim is to instil a passion for the subject by initiating discussions and conducting activities involving the various aspects and developments of International Law. It is student-driven and is instrumental in organising debates, presentations, and seminars.

About the Conference and the Theme:

Traditionally, the global order has largely been examined from a historical and political perspective, rather than an economic one. However, the focus of development,  now more than ever, has shifted to increasingly take into account economic factors. As the world witnesses a minute-to-minute shift in the field of global trade and economy, new challenges emerge daily. The rapid pace of globalisation and increasing interaction between countries vis-a-vis their economic interests has given rise to a myriad of issues, which is where the ever-evolving field of International Economic Law takes centre-stage, as newer ideas are forged in this realm. How the field of international law evolves to accommodate them warrants a detailed deliberation on some of the most pressing issues faced today.

The conference seeks to explore and delve deeper into such issues and ideas emerging today as they gain ground, with the wider field of International Economic Law in the backdrop. Moulded around the overarching themes, each session looks at specific issues occurring in the current global scenario. Investigations into contemporary economic order will also be conducted along with studies into how they shape the international legal and regulatory regime. The most pertinent events in the areas of International Monetary Law, Trade Law, Investment Law, Antitrust Law and Dispute Settlement etc. will be at the heart of these discussions.

Objectives of the Conference:

  • To shed light on the implications of international law governing the environment and oil trade on the global economy;
  • To understand the modified roles and responsibilities of various stakeholders in light of developments in the global economic order;
  • To analyse the development of business and economic interests of States and corporations through the lens of international economic law; and
  • To assess these issues with a specific focus on their implications for India.

Conference Sessions:

Session 1: Changing Geopolitics around the Global Oil Trade
Session 2: The Crypto-Currency Conundrum
Session 3: State-Owned Enterprises, their Effects on Competition Law, and Dispute Settlement
Session 4: Environmental Regulations vs Economic Interests: What is the Best Approach?
Session 5: IPRs under International Investment Law
Session 6: Paper Presentation

Registration Details:

Every person interested in participating in the conference must register by paying the registration fees. In case of co-authorship, each author must register and pay separately.

Registration Fees (including GST @ 18%)

ParticipantWith Paper PresentationWithout Paper Presentation
ILS StudentsRs. 500Rs. 200
Non-ILS StudentsRs. 700Rs. 300
Academicians/ProfessionalsRs. 1000Rs. 500
International Participants
(excluding bank transaction charges)
USD 20USD 10

Important Dates:

31st  January 2023Deadline for Submission of Abstracts
15th  February 2023Communication of Abstract acceptance or rejection
5th  March 2023Deadline for Full Paper Submission
10th  March 2023Deadline for Registration

Submission Guidelines:

  • Submissions can be made on any themes related to the abovementioned sessions.
  • Format of submission – Microsoft Word
  • Font: Times New Roman
  • Font Size: 12 (Text), 10 (Footnotes)
  • Margins: One-inch margin on all sides
  • Line spacing: 1.5 (Text), Single (Footnote)
  • Citation Style: Bluebook 20th Edition
  • Word Limit: 4000 – 5000 words (excluding footnotes) for the full paper.
  • Abstract: 300 words
  • Language: English only.
  • All submissions must be emailed to centreforinternationallaw@ilslaw.in

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