In a legal system which has given personal laws a long rope for decades and until recent past of criminalising practices such as triple talaq jurisprudence in India has been evolving. The passage of Muslim Women (Protection of Rights on Marriage) Act, 2019 criminalizes extra-judicial talaq of Talaq-e-biddat also known as Talaq-a-bain or triple talaq. After the enactment of this law, certain factions of society are upbeat and looking forward to criminalizing of bigamous marriages and outlawing the practice of NikahHalala. It’s even argued that this shall pave way for Uniform Civil Code. India is a secular country and has personal laws that govern matters of marriage, divorce, maintenance, inheritance, adoption, guardianship, succession etc.
CRCJ (Centre for Research in Criminal Justice) of Maharashtra National Law University (MNLU) Mumbaifirmly believes that Constitution of India being supreme law of the land & recognizes fundamental rights, especially of women. CRCJ (Centre for Research in Criminal Justice) also believes that it ought to work for bridging the gap of ignorance of law in the society. In furtherance of these aims CRCJ (Centre for Research in Criminal Justice) is organizing One Day Workshop on 16th November 2019 at MNLU Mumbai Campus at Powai.
Following are the thematic areas spread in various sessions:
Theme A: Customary Practice of Triple Talaq
Session B: Constitutional and Judicial aspect regulating of Personal Laws
Session C: Practical Implications of the Muslim Women (Protection of Rights on Marriage) Act, 2019
Speakers for the Programme
1. Ms. Ishrat Jahan, Petitioner in the Triple Talaq case.
2. Prof. Narayan Rajadhyaksha – Former Dean Faculty of Law, Former Principal, New Law College, University of Mumbai.
3. Prof. I.A Saiyed, Law Faculty & Author of a book on Muslim Law.
4. Adv. Sajjan Oommen, President, Family Court Bar Association, Mumbai.
5. Adv. Rubeena Rizvi, Director, Rizvi Group of Institutions.
6. Adv. Z.A. Mukhatiar, Advocate.
7. Ms. Asma Shaikh, Advocate & Women Rights Activist.
8. Dr. Mohammed Salim Khan, Faculty KLE Law College, Mumbai.
Participation fee(Breakfast and Lunch Included) –
Early bird registration fee (On of or before 20th October 2019)–Rs. 1000 per participant
Late Registration (From 20th October 2019 onwards) – Rs. 1500 per participant
Participants successfully completing the course shall receive certificate for the same.
For any queries contact: Ms. KhushbuKiran ([email protected] +91 7739226670)