CENTRE FOR RESEARCH IN CRIMINAL JUSTICE
Maharashtra National Law University Mumbai
With the objective to promote and advance national and comparative research and scholarship in the area such as Criminal Law and Criminal Justice, Criminology, Victimology, and Human Rights, on January 13, 2018, Maharashtra National Law University has set up a Centre for Research in Criminal Justice. The Centre has been inaugurated by Hon'ble Justice Naresh Patil (Judge, Bombay High Court) and Hon'ble Justice A.S. Oka (Judge, Bombay High Court) in the presence of Shri. Ashutosh Kumbhakoni (Advocate General, State of Maharashtra), Dr. Milind Sathe (Advocate and President, Bombay Bar Association), and other legal luminaries from Bar and academia.
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National Seminar on Environmental Crimes: Current and Emerging Issues
Environmental protection is one of the basic and the most important prerequisite for the overall development of any country. Its protection from becoming a prey to degradation is purely our moral obligation. Of late, the evolving environmental jurisprudence has paved way for a new area of crimes, namely environmental crimes. Therefore, spreading awareness about environmental crimes and its trends has become very essential.
With this objective in view, Justice ML Pendse Chair in Environmental Laws in association with Centre for Research in Criminal Justice (CRCJ) is organising a National Seminar on Environmental Crimes: Current and Emerging Issues on 15th May 2021.
For this the CRCJ is inviting the contribution of papers for it's upcoming journal based on the theme of the seminar.