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Nov
16

International Legal Research Conference (ILRC’18)

Sub Themes: Future of Roman-Dutch Law Constitutionalizing constitutions in the pluralistic world New horizons in International Law/ Third World perspective Employment law in globalized world Regulating the corporate and the business world The Family: Law, tradition and transformation Innovation, Technology and Intellectual Property Law Gender Justice, Women and Law Human Rights/Humanitarian Law/Criminal Justice Legal education […]

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May
16

Law goes Green – 2018

Department of Public and International Law of the Faculty of Law is planning to hold the annual environmental law programme named “Law Goes Green 2018” in the month of May that  celebrates the passionate activism of students of the law towards building a greener, healthier and safer world for all beings. Law Goes Green in […]

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May
04

The Green Debate Competition 2018

‘The Green Debate Competition’ of Law Goes Green 2018 seeks to encourage debate and discussion on current environmental issues among the undergraduates of the Faculty of Law. Debates will be held in Sinhala, Tamil and English with the participation of students of all 4 years. The Preliminary Rounds will be worked off on 4th May, 2018 at […]

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May
04

Inter-School Case Study Competition

The Inter-School Case Study Competition of Law goes Green 2018 aims to increase awareness of environmental issues among school children and to encourage them to analyze and seek solutions to those issues. The competition will be held on 4th May, 2018 at the Language Lab of the Faculty of Law, University of Colombo with the participation of […]

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Mar
28

A Delict Spotted’18

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Nov
10

Discussion: Minority Rights and ‘Internal’ Self-Determination

Demands for minority protection and the right to self-determination have been the defining features of Sri Lanka’s ethnic conflict as well as its post-independence debates on state-reform. Over the past decades, successive governments have been confronted with the challenge of recognizing the need to accommodate, in some form, the Tamil demand for self-determination, as well […]

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