Online edition - march

March 28 & 29, 2020 (Online) | Deadline for Abstract: 24 March 2020

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  • Whether Constitutional Morality can be upheld by Courts?

  • Can Direct Democracy be a better alternative to Indirect Democracy?

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March 24, 2020

This is the Deadline for Submitting Abstract(s). 

Within 3 working days

Hold tight as we will intimate about your abstract's selection within 3 working days.

March 28 & 29, 2020

Please be available on March 28 & 29 online to join the Lectures and Research Review Sessions online.

May 28, 2020

The Final Paper is required to be submitted by the above deadline.


Our team at Internationalism believes in academic innovation and skill development in the field of legal research. To encourage accessible and feasible form of research and development activities in law and international affairs, we intend to organize colloquiums with relevant stakeholders who are currently involved with the field of legal and social science education, i.e., academic institutions, research centers, legal think-tanks, bar associations, government agencies and other relevant stakeholders.


In the Colloquiums, we intend to invite students, scholars and professionals to present and discuss their research ideas in various fields of international law and relations via their research proposals. There are two methods which we propose to implement.

- Lectures

- Research Review Sessions


How to Participate?

Check the theme of the Colloquiums, and see if you would like to submit a paper.

Themes for the March Edition

  • Whether Constitutional Morality can be upheld by Courts?

  • Can Direct Democracy be a better alternative to Indirect Democracy?

Now, that you have decided to participate,

submit the abstract below by clicking the button below. 

If your abstract is approved/rejected within 3 working days, we will inform you by mail. 

You will be intimated your slot for the Research Review Sessions and Lectures, where you are invited to come online. You have to inform the concerned OC to participate accordingly, so try your best.

See you online.

For any logistic facility, do never hesitate to contact us.

Colloquium Guidelines

  1. The Colloquiums is divided into two sessions as follows:

    1. Lectures: The first part of a Colloquium can be Lectures by esteemed educationists, professionals and academicians.

    2. Research Review Sessions: These are classroom sessions, where students, professionals and academicians can propose their research idea (abstract/proposal) - which shall be discussed among the participants and analysed by two or more faculty members.

  2. The Lectures are 20-30-minute lecture sessions in which we can invite esteemed speakers in the field of International Law, Jurisprudence and Global Constitutional Law to present their lecture proposals, which are in one of the categories given below:

  • Informative

Informative and exploratory lectures - will be published after the colloquiums.

  • Propositional

Argumentative lectures with hypothesis and propositions - will be published after the colloquiums.

  • Reflective

Reflective and case-study based lectures - will be published after the colloquiums.

The Research Review Sessions are classroom sessions involving students, professionals and academicians to present their research proposals or abstracts like conference/seminars paper presentations.

  • Nature

This is not a paper presentation session. The proposals must reflect the flow of research of the paper they intend to publish with us in proposition; The proposal can propose, reflect & argue academic issues and even can be based on case-study based analysis - however, cannot be informative by nature; they can be published long articles (5,000 words and beyond);

The Colloquiums

Presenting our Future Initiative for 2020-2021, the Globalité Colloquiums. It is an innovative effort to encourage research-oriented learning methods in legal innovation and academics among law and social science students, to make them understand the nuances of jurisprudence, international law and the allied fields of global constitutional law and politics.
The effort is a part of the Jurisprudential Entrepreneurship Project by Internationalism, and the honest effort is to organize research colloquiums around India and encourage law and social science students to prepare and work on impressive research ideas.

In the forum of professors and research associates, the initiative is to induce the need and grit to learn and improving research and learning skills for law and social students beyond classroom teaching and traditional legal research.

Jurisprudential Entrepreneurship: The Project

Jurisprudential Entrepreneurship is a vibrant project by Internationalism, which focuses on an innovative development in the field of Law. The project focuses on a special development of synthetic jurisprudence and focuses on innovation in new fields related to.


Understand the Guidelines


The abstract must be in the range of 500-1000 words in length.

The paper length must be in the range of 5,000-10,000 words.

The object and clarity of the paper decide its selection and publication process.

Co-authorship is allowed to a maximum of 3 authors.

All references should be done in the format of in-text citations following the ISO 690:1987 (First Element & Date) standard. No references are allowed whether in the format of endnotes or footnotes. However, footnotes providing further information or subjective notes are allowed. Kindly refer the Springer LNCS Template for the purpose of editing the final manuscript.

Also, kindly provide a Bibliography of List of References as well.

Kindly register through the Google Form.

Be Accurate in Your Data

Important Things to Note

  • Provide your ORCiD (Kindly register at for free), in your abstract submitted to us at

  • Ensure the originality of the research work submitted. The work has to be fully referenced, and all authors should be accurately represented. Kindly get acknowledgement letters from co-authors before the submission for no objection, if your paper is accepted for publication. 

  • Kindly submit the abstract first in the form of a PDF to us at the portal. After due approval given by our team, you are required to submit final papers to us by May 28, 2020.

  • Our team will contact you after your paper selection for the due submission of your ORCiD.

  • The submission must be exclusive. It must not be published anywhere else, all, or in part. In case of submission anywhere else, the author should intimate the team clearly on this. 

  • No abstention of presence during the conference shall be granted to the presenters. Also, presenters can opt to present the papers via

Coordinate Better with the Editors

The Editorial Part

  • Disclose sources of all data and third-party material, including previously unpublished work by the authors themselves.

  • Strictly avoid fabrication of research data as well as manipulation of existing data.

  • Openly declare any conflicts of interest – for example, if the research work was intended to benefit any particular service or institute in which the author’s interest lies. If the submitted work contains a significant conceptual or textual reproduction of the research work undertaken by/for such institution, then kindly submit acknowledgement letter from the relevant authority.

  • Expect accurate plagiarism checking measures. Submissions will be scrutinized for the similarity of words, ideas, writings, information, illustration, graphic representations, printed and electronic materials, and any other original work. The correct citation is essential.

  • Do proper referencing in the submission by strictly following the recommended citation style. At any stage of the editorial/review process, author(s) will be directed to undertake this themselves if the submission has not used proper referencing styles. Maintain good communication and co-operate fully with the editorial team.  

  • All the selection remarks for the papers will be provided to every individual applicant with the case whether their abstract/paper is approved or not, i.e., before and after the Colloquiums.

  • Only 1 paper can be submitted per participant. More than one papers are not allowed, and only 1 Track, therefore, is to be chosen. If the guidelines are not followed, the paper shall stand disqualified with the due notification issued.

  • Please note: your interest in submitting a full paper for the Colloquiums implies that the paper cannot be withdrawn from the Colloquiums and publication procedure unless the submission itself disqualifies for further publication or you inform us that you do not intend to proceed with publication;

  • The abstracts reviewed and approved by the Peer Review Committee will be published in our upcoming Souvenir of the Colloquiums with an ISBN. The Souvenir shall be available online and in other possible forms and forums. The team will be in the process of attainment of adequate recognition standards for the papers (submitted after the Colloquiums, provided they are accepted) published, for which, we will contact you and intimate shortly.

  • Please note: After your abstract is approved for publication in The Globalite Catalogues (book of abstracts), we will communicate with you for further process.


Through lectures, we believe that scholars and professionals, who would like to convey and discuss crucial ideas on law, international relations and law & constitutional theory, can discuss and go to the details of their proposals, provided that the lectures are significant and there are various channelling methods available between the listeners and the lecturer.

Research Review Sessions

Through research review sessions, we believe in deliberative classroom discussions, where students, scholars and professionals can discuss about the research papers they would like to present. They have to discuss the arguments, case studies and relevant suggestions that they can confer to provide through. Faculty members and professionals can discuss the research ideas and provide appropriate critique as to the propositions in general, which would also involve a critique of their research methods and critical hypotheses that are provided.

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Vrinda Aggarwal

Deputy Research & Development Advisor


Pratejas Tomar

President, Permanent Executive Board to the Jurisprudential Entrepreneurship Project


Founder & Executive Director

The Globalité Colloquiums

Founder & Lead Curator, Jurisprudential Entrepreneurship Project

Aryakumari Sailendraja

Chief Executive Officer

Permanent Executive Board to the Jurisprudential Entrepreneurship Project

Bhaskar Kumar

Chief Policy Advisor


The Permanent Executive Board of the Jurisprudential Entrepreneurship Project



permanent executive board to the jurisprudential entrepreneurship project

Abhivardhan, Executive Director, The Colloquiums

Pratejas Tomar, President

Aryakumari Sailendraja, Chief Executive Officer

the core academic advisory for the colloquiums

Aditya Roy, Academic Member

Saheli Biswas, Academic Member

Agastya Sreenivasan, Academic Member

Chesta Tater, Academic Member

Ketayun Mistry, Academic Member


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