About the Dharmashastra National Law University, Jabalpur (DNLU)
The Dharmashastra National Law University has been established by the Madhya Pradesh Dharmashastra National Law University Ordinance, 2018. The University has been allotted 120 acres of land in the lush green surroundings at Village Pipariya adjacent to the Jabalpur Airport. State of the art infrastructure shall be established with all the modern amenities including residential facilities.
About the Centre for Law Economics
The Centre was formed to promote research in the conjoined fields of Economics and Law and to understand the interdependent relationship that exists between the condition of the Economy and the effect that it subsequently has on the economic laws of the country. It end eavours to provide solutions for the current issues pertaining to Law and Economics. The Centre is all set to become goodwill in its respective fields.
The aims and objectives include -
• To promote the interdisciplinary field of Law and Economics in India.
• To work towards understanding the core problems an individual of our society faces in the context of Law and Economics.
• To publish journals and newsletters pertaining to the Centre’s interests.
• To gain perspective from well-known and experienced people in the field of Law and Economics.
• To make noteworthy contributions in the established area of research - Law and Economics which would further add to the existing knowledge in the field.
• To conduct various types of competition and activities relating to the current and challenging issues in the field of Law and Economics.
About the webinar
After successful conduct of guest lecturers and national webinar , with an illuminary panel of speakers, who have attracted students of law, academicians, research scholars and dignitaries from all over the country, the Centre puts a further step to decipher the needs of the era.
To accommodate the economic aspirations, a country needs to have a proper set of laws and policies which can protect the economic system and provide appropriate mechanisms. The era hence demands efficient laws and their operation in the legal world. The legal scholars hence play an important role to strike a balance between the economic end eavours and limits of the law. Through this webinar, we wish to muse on the dimension of study of “law and economics” as an indispensable part of legal studies.
About the Speaker
Prof. Thomas Shahan Ulen is an American Law and Economics Professor, currently serving as Swanlund Chair Emaritus at the University of Illinois at Urbana - Champagne. Thomas S. Ulen has devoted his career to examining a variety of issues related to economics, legal scholarship, and legal education. His highly regarded textbook, Law and Economics has been translated into Chinese, Japanese, Spanish, Korean, French, and Russian. Thomas S. Ulen received baccalaureates from Dartmouth College in 1968 and from St. Catherine’s College at the University of Oxford in 1972.
He earned a doctorate in economics from Stanford University in 1979. Thomas S. Ulen joined the faculty of the University of Illinois at Urbana–Champaign in 1979 as an assistant professor of economics, becoming an associate professor in 1981 and a professor of law and economics in 1990. From 2003 to 2010, he directed the Illinois Program in Law and Economics. In 2010, he was named holder of the Swanlund Chair Emeritus, one of the highest endowed titles on the Urbana–Champaign campus. In addition, he is Professor Emeritus at the University of Illinois College of Law.
There is No Registration Charge to attend this webinar.
However, those who want the Participation Certificate need to pay Rs. 100/- only after the webinar.
Date: September 29, 2021
Time: 07:00 PM (IST)
Platform: Google Meet.
Dr. Isha Wadhwa, Director CLE, DNLU Jabalpur (M.P.) +91 93997 52436
Sukanya Nema, Student Member CLE +91 94251 62631
Harsh Jain, Student Member CLE +91 62680 69230
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