Dates: 12th and 13th April, 2013.
Organiser: NALSAR University of Law.
Theme: Liberalization and Privatization of Space Activities in India: Emerging Legal Issues (List of Tentative Topics)
1. Commercialization of India’s Space Activities: the Need for Legal Framework
2. Joint Ventures and FDIs in Indian Space Industry: Emerging Legal Issues
3. Competition Law, Consumer Protection and Space Activities in India
4. The Road/Option for India in IPRs in Space: Divergence or Convergence?
5. Expanding the Indian Space Industry: Issues of Participation and Taxation
6. Special Economic Zones and Space Industry
7. Construction and Engineering Contract in Space Industry: Features and Pitfalls
8. Due-Diligence Know-how in Space Investments: Issues and Concerns
9. Space Law and Technology in India: Scope for a Career in Teaching and Research
10. Legal Controls and Safeguards of Geostationary Orbit: The Indian Side of the Story
11. The Issue of Space Debris and Re-useable Launching Vehicles: The Indian Approach
12. Space Medical Jurisprudence: Issues & Concerns
13. Status and Prospects for Space Finance and Insurance in India
14. Securing the Space: Indian Policy, Issues and Challenges
15. Aerospace Terrorism: Issues and Concerns
16. Commercialization & Privatization of Remote Sensing Activities: Need for a Law
17. Private International Space Station: Legal Issues & Concerns
18. Traffic Rules for Astronauts and Satellites: A case for Extrapolating Air Traffic Rules
19. Space Law and the Contribution of Astrophysicists and Astronomers.
20. Indian Space Technology Exports—Legal Issues & Concerns
21. Touring the Space: Future Policy and Legal Challenges for India
22. Protecting Space Assets of India: A Legal Analysis of ―Keep-Out Zones‖
23. Importance of Space Law in Development of Indian Society and Culture
24. Business in Space: Operating Strategies of India for a Changing Market
25. Space Activities, State Liability & State Responsibility: Indian Approach
26. Legal Aspects of Lower Earth Orbit or Sub-orbit Activities: Issues and Challenges
27. Legal Framework for Spaceports in India: Issues and Concerns
28. Use of Remote Sensing Data in Educational Institutions: Emerging Legal Issues
29. Space Law and Policy in SAARC Region: An Approach
30. Space Policy of China and India: Cooperation or Confrontation?
31. Space Elevator: Emerging Legal Issues
32. Disputes in Space: Does India Need an ADR Mechanism?
33. The Enlargement of ISRO/ANTRIX: Legal Issues
34. Interplanetary Contamination: India’s Legal Policy and Views
35. The India’s Ballistic Missile Defense System and IPR Protection
36. Manning the Moon: Legal Regime of India’ Mission in Outer Space
37. Institutional Framework of India for Space Activities: Present and Futur
38. Communication Revolution in India: the Role of Space Technology
39. Legal Regime of India’s Interplanetary Mission in Outer Space
40. Solar Power Transmission from Outer Space: Legal Aspects in India
41. Human Safety in Outer Space: Legal Issues and Concerns
42. International Space Politics and Diplomacy: The Role of India
It will be a two day workshop spread into four sessions.
The first two sessions of the first day shall focus on issues and concerns related to Liberalization of space industry.
The second day’s two sessions will focus on issues pertinent to privatization.
Each session will have interactive sessions consisting of keynote addresses, paper presentations and discussions. Each session will explore a particular theme on liberalization and privatization and the issues connected to it.
The venue of the Workshop will be the R.N. Jhunjunwala Conference Hall, NALSAR University of Law, Hyderabad (Justice City Campus, Shameerpet).
The air-conditioned conference hall is equipped with multimedia projection capabilities and can accommodate up to 200 delegates. If required there are several other well-equipped venues for parallel sessions within the campus.
Dates to be marked off on your calendar
- The Conference will be held on April 12th and 13th, 2013.
- 20th March : Last date for receipt of Title and Abstract of Paper.
- 23rd March : Intimation regarding the selection of the Abstract for the presentation.
- 10th April : Submission of Full paper.
Paper Submission Guidelines:
1. Eligibility: Participants willing to send papers must be practicing lawyers, scholars or law students currently in college in India or abroad.
2. Abstract Submission guidelines: The abstract should adhere to the same format guidelines as for the paper and must be restricted only to 500 words.
3. Format of the Submission: The paper should be in the English language, typed on A-4 sized paper, double spaced and Times New Roman Script (12 font). The pages should be consecutively numbered. The mode of citation is the Harvard Bluebook Citation, 19th edition. The paper should not exceed 5000 words. The abstract and Final Paper must be submitted in MS Word Format (.docx or .doc).
4. Authorship: Participants may send papers written either on their own or co-authored with a maximum of one other participant. (Single authorship will be preferred).
5. All professionals, faculty and students interested in attending this conference can register by paying the registration fees (including food and accommodation for two days) as mentioned below:
- Professionals: Rs. 3000/-
- Academicians: Rs. 2000/-
- Students: Rs. 1500/-
6. Registration fees must be sent by way of Demand Draft in favour of Registrar, NALSAR University of Law payable at Hyderabad with an enclosed letter specifying the name, professional qualification and registration category of the participant to the following address, on or before March 30th, 2013.
7. All correspondence about the paper including submissions and clarifications must be sent to Prof. V. Balakista Reddy, Professor of International Law & Head, Center for Air and Spacer Law (CASL), Justice City, Shameerpet, R.R.Dist, Hyderabad – 500078. Andhra Pradesh, Email: [email protected], Phone Number – +91-40-23498214.
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