Law enthusiasts discuss International Humanitarian Law
In its continuing endeavour to deliver the best possible education, Chanderprabhu Jain College of Higher Studies and School of Law has been organizing various academic and allied events that expose the students to practical learning in the legal field. In pursuance of this tradition, CPJ College successfully accomplished its third National Law Festival (LOI FIESTA-2018), which was organized on March 16-17. The main theme of the national conference was "International Humanitarian Law". During the festival, there were mainly five national events i.e. national seminar, national moot court competition, national quiz, national legal drafting and national client counselling competition. A large number of students' teams, faculty members, and research scholars belonging to more than two dozen law institutes, colleges and universities from all over India, took part in the competitions with enthusiasm and vigour.
The festival witnessed its ceremonial beginning with the National Anthem and lightening of the auspicious lamp by dignitaries. The chief guest, Prof. (Dr) Ranbir Singh, Vice Chancellor, National Law University, Delhi, in his inaugural address emphasized on the importance of International Humanitarian Law and its impact on the states in the present day scenario.
On this occasion, the guest of honour, Prof. (Dr.) Afzal Wani, GGSIP University, Delhi and Dr Anuradha Sahibaba, Legal Associate, ICRC, New Delhi also addressed the gathering. During the interactions, they highlighted the advantages and relevance of the IHL to the states and the people during conflicts, warfare and terrorist activities. They also focused on the dynamics of International Humanitarian Law and highlighted the recent trends in the classification of armed conflicts, IHL, peace operations and challenges of the detention-related issues.
During this festival, the distinguished guests appreciated the endeavours of the management, especially Subhash Chand Jain, Chairman and Abhishek Jain, General secretary whose valuable guidance and close supervision have made the Law Festival a grand success.