Laws are the most valuable pursuits of any independent nation. It empowers citizens with their rights and safeguards them of any violation of their rights. Hence, it is very important for children to understand the laws and law-making system.
The children today will be the powerful voices of tomorrow. Hence, it is very necessary for them to understand the laws for them.
Discussion Points -
A. The emerging lessons from experiences in combating COVID-19 for Law students and how COVID-19 is impacting the migrants' world over.
B. The impact of the COVID-19 virus and containment measures on the most vulnerable groups exploring the laws, policy measures, and opportunities for students exploring Law as a career.
C. Is there a requirement for the amendment of law considering COVID-19 impact.
D. How can the legal framework help in providing a solution?
1)Mr. Sandeep Chilana , (Owner of Chilana&Chilana Law Offices and Ex-partner at Shardul Amarchand Mangaldas)
2)Ms. Bhavna Batra , (Assistant Professor at Amity Law School and Ex-General Secretary, Women’s Division of International Council of Jurists.)
3)Mr. Abhinav Srivastava, (Deputy Director of Central Water Commission)
4)Mr. Chetan Sharma, (Advocate (Delhi High Court))
5)Ms. Kokila , (Founder of KARM Legal Consultants)