Shortlisted Abstracts

Conference Title              5th Academic International Conference on Interdisciplinary Legal Studies 
Conference Dates            13th - 15th March 2017
Deadline for Abstract       13th February 2017 
Venue                              University of OxfordSt Anne's College, Oxford, United Kingdom
Updated on 15th February 2017

1.       Mr. Kwesi Keli-Delataa, Lecturer, Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration, The Ghanaian Judiciary-Law, History, Politics and the Self. 

2.       Ms. Amalya Fitria, Student, University of Indonesia, Role of Women Legislative Members in Domestic Workers Protection Law. Co-Author(s): Cristian Fernandes Rido Sombu Uas; Satya Legawa Kencana; and Maria Godeliva Kristianningrum Ferdinandus

3.       Ms. Maja Davidovic, MA Candidate in Human Rights and International Justice, Central European University, Gender and Enforced Disappearances: A Comparative Study of Standing, Activism and Remedy before International Human Rights Bodies. 

4.       Prof. Lafi Daradkeh, Professor, Yarmouk University, The Applicability of the More Favourable-Right-Provision on Enforcing Foreign Arbitral Awards under New York Convention of 1958.

5.       Ms. Nabeala Fiaz, Lecturer, Prince Mohamed Bin Fahd University, To what extent are the European States countering terrorism whilst protecting human rights and individual civil liberties : Has the pendulum swung too far to the detriment of Civil Liberties? 

6.       Ms. Nour Seblini, Ph.D student/ Spanish Instructor, Wayne State University, Panopticons Migrate Too and Give Birth to Criminals: The Case Study of a Turkish Muslim ‘Sultan’ in Elif Shafak’s Honour. 

7.       Mr. Kwesi Keli-Delataa, Lecturer, Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration, The Influence of Political History on Judicial Attitudes and Decisions-The Ghanaian Experience. 

8.       Mr. Islam Altun, Research Assistant, Mardin Artuklu University, Determinanants of the Export Performance of SMEs: Compertaive Analaysis of Turkish SMEs that Export to Middle East and European Regions. Co-Author(s):  Enes Ateş

9.       Mr. Luqman Saeed, Assistant Professor, NUR International University, The Production of Terror: An Empirical Analysis of the Impact of Human Capital and Socioeconomic Conditions on Participation in Terrorist Violence in Pakistan. 

10.   Dr. Abeer Alrumaih, Assistsnt Professor, The Public Authority for Applied Education and Training, The Development of Culturally-Sustainable Tourism in Islamic Destinations:Kuwait, as a Case Study. 

11.   Prof. Zuhairah Ariff Abd Ghadas, Professor, University Sultan Zainal Abidin, Issues and Challenges of Social Social Enterprises in Malaysia. Co-Author(s): Mohd Shahril Nizam M.Radzi; and Hartinie Abd Aziz. Additional Accepted Abstract: Legal Framework of Corporation and Shirkah Al-Inan: A Comparison

12.   Mr. Muhamad Dzadit Taqwa, Student, Universitas Indonesia, Ethical and Medicolegal Analysis of Legal Sanction in Act about Child Protection of Indonesia to Child Sexual Abuse Perpetrator. Co-Author(s): Baiq Kirana Dyahningrum Mandasari, Student; Niken Rachma Sayekti, Student; Regar Adi Trianto, Student; Belinda Thania Deslanthy, Student; and Dr. Agus  Purwadianto, Professor

13.   Mr. Çağlar SÖKER, Research Assistant & Student, Selçuk University, Impact of Soft Power in American Foreign Policy. 

14.   Dr. Muhammad Asim Iqbal, Assistant Professor, International Islamic University Islamabad Pakistan, Features of minority shareholder disputes in private companies of Pakistan and UK. 

15.   Prof. Sarwat Sultan, Chairperson, Bahauddin Zakariya University, Factors Associated with Delinquency; An Analysis of What Contribute the Most in Delinquent Behavior at School. Co-Author(s) : Frasat Kanwal

16.   Mr. Hataipun Soonthornpipit, Association Dean for Academic Affairs, Suan Sunandha Rajabhat University, Examining structural relationships among trust in government, perceived impacts, and community support of special economic zones in Thailand: A case study of Tak SEZ. 

17.   Mr. Barameeboon Sangchan, Lecturer, Suan Sunandha Rajabhat University, Guidelines for Increasing Participation in Community Development in Accordance with the Philosophy of Samsen Resident's Who Voted 2016 Referendum. 

18.   Mr. John Smith, Lecturer, Suan Sunandha Rajabhat University, The Struggle for Chiang Tung: Loyalty and Territory on an Upper Southeast Asian Frontier,1800-1900. 

19.   Ms. Sirinya Siriyanun, Lecturer, Suan Sunandha Rajabhat University, Military Interest Groups in the Mae Sot-Myawaddy Border Economy. 

20.   Dr. Nattapat Rugwongwan, Lecturer, Kasetsart University, Equilibrium between Traditional Monarch Rule and Democracy Rule in Thai Kingship of the King Rama 9th. Co-Author(s) : Miss Pimtham Urfua; Miss Yupaporn Tarungsri and Mr. Kritsana Phuengnuson

21.   Mr. Tawat Pumdara, Lecturer, Suan Sunandha Rajabhat University, Guidelines for Increasing Participation in Community Development in Accordance with the Philosophy of Sufficiency Economy by the Local Governmanent of Khlong Yong Council, Phuttha-monthon District, Nakhon Pathom Province. 

22.   Ms. Irmina Miernicka, PhD Candidate, University of Lodz, Dress code as an example of the impact of other sciences on labour law and the resulting problems. 

23.   Ms. Nada Balto, PhD Student, University of Limerick, Al-Qisas: “The principle of life for life and limb for limb in Islamic law”. 

24.   Ms. Riddhi Chopra, Student, Pandit Deendayal Petroleum University, "Rise of the Blue Water Nay and implications for the region". Co-Author(s) : Professor Sitakanta Mishra

25.   Dr. Sunthan Chayanon, Lecturer, Suan Sunandha Rajabhat University, The role of Thailand following the dispute between Thailand and Cambodia over the ownership of Preah Vihear Temple. 

26.   Dr. Wallop Piriyawatthana, Lecturer, Suan Sunandha Rajabhat University, A Study of Popular Political Participation in Klongyong Subdistrict, Budhamondhol District, Nakornpatom Province, Thailand. 

27.   Dr. Luedech Gerdwichai, Associate Professor, Suan Sunandha Rajabhat University, Resolutions of the unrest problems in Southern provinces: the people’s perspective. 

28.   Mr. Md. Shah Alam, Assistant Professor, University of Chittagong, Human Rights Violations of Rohingya Refugee and the Security Nexus of Bangladesh. 

29.   Ms. Rachel George, PhD Candidate, London School of Economics and Political Science, The Politics of Islamic Law and International Human Rights Law: Islam and UN Human Rights Treaty Ratification in the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) States. 

30.   Dr. Suntaree Buchitchon, Lecturer, Khon Kaen University, The legal issues relating to the admissibility of the forensic sciences expert witness in criminal court of Thailand. 

31.   Dr. Ruheela Hassan Sheikh, Incharge Head and Assistant Professor (Senior Grade), Islamic University of Science and Technology, Legal & Extralegal pressures on Media during conflict (A study on Kashmir). 

32.   Mr. Abid Abdurrahman Adonis, Student, Universitas Indonesia, Multidicipline Analysis of Rohingya Refugees Controversie in Indonesia Based On International Policy, Domestic Law and Medicolegal. . Co-Author(s) : Muhammad Akbar, Student; Rizky Saputra Telaumbanua, Student; Achmad Rizki Yono, Student. Annur Riza Dewi Imtichani, Student; and  Dr. Agus Purwadianto, Professor

33.   Mr. Hajed Alotaibi, Phd Student, Bangor University, Determining the age of juvenile's criminal liability in Islam. 

34.   Prof. Jason Mitchell, Visiting Lecturer of Law, University of Nevada, Las Vegas, Legal Reality v. Legal Theory: The Unintended Consequences and Real World Implications of U.S. Foreign Policy and Legal Theory. 

35.   Ms. Charlotte Werner, Final Year Undergraduate, University of Exeter, To what extent does the law need to do more to address gendered discrimination in workplace dress codes? 

36.   Ms. Kartika Qonita Putri, Student, Universitas Indonesia, Child Marriage: Medicolegal Approach under Indonesian Legal System and Future Ethico-legal Implications. Co-Author(s) :  Ms. Eva Maria Putri Salsabila, Student; Ms. Risa Jaehan, Student; Mr. Azam Hawari, student; Ms. Erza Pinayungan, student; Ms. Salma Alsakina Qurotuain, Student; Prof. Agus Purwadianto, Professor

37.   Mrs. Erni Agustin, Lecturer, Faculty of Law, Universitas Airlangga, Indonesian Marriage Law Reform: The Way to Strengthen Children's Rights against Child Marriage. . Co-Author(s) :  Zendy W. A. W. Prameswari, S.H., LL.M., Lecturer. Additional Abstract :  Postnuptial Agreement in Indonesia: A New Change in Indonesian Marriage Law

38.   Dr. Sanjay Kumar Pradhan, Assistant Professor, Pandit Deendayal Petroleum University, Arctic Energy, Environmental Concerns and Political Complexities. 

39.   Dr. Sanjay Kumar Pradhan, Assistant Professor, Pandit Deendayal Petroleum University, Arctic Energy, Environmental Concerns and Political Complexities.  

40.   Mr. Difa Mubaroq, Student, University of Airlangga, Education’s Right Of Person With Disabilities : Where Are The Ultimate Goals Against Learning System That They Receive Currently?  

41.   Ms. Irena Lucy Ishimora, Students, University of Indonesia, Legal Pluralism in The Management of Kasepuhan Karang Banten’s Customary Forest in Mount Halimun and Salak National Park. Co-Author(s) :  Muhammad Dimas Tribowo and Rahmi Intan Jeyhan, Students of Faculty of Law University of Indonesia

42.   Ms. Lidya Suhandoko, Medical Student, Universitas Airlangga, The Relationship Between Nasal Septum Deviation and Rhinosinusitis in Soetomo Hospital-January 2017.  

43.   Dr. Songyasin Chonpatathip, Lecturer, Mahachulalongkornrajavidyalaya University, Structural Equation Modeling of the Pariyatti Dhamma Schools' Performance Management in Thailand. Co-Author(s) :  Dr. Chaiwat Panphet, Assoc; Prof.Dr. Somsak Boonpoo; Prof.Dr. Nutchuda Thitikalaya; Prof.Dr. Chotika Ramabut; and Prof. Dr. Uthit Siriwan

44.   Ms. Sayuri Moodliar, PhD Candidate, University of the Witwatersrand, Regulating trade in the global commons: the case of deep sea bed mining.  

45.   Mr. Fadhian Akbar, Student, Universitas Indonesia, Organ Trafficking in Indonesia: a Case Study of Ethico-legal Analysis and Its Future Solution. Co-Author(s) :  Mr. Reza Haryo Yudanto, Student; Mr. Imamurahman Taslim, Student; and Dr. Oktavinda Safitry, Doctor.

46.   Dr. Yaoxi Song, Visiting Scholar, Cambridge University, The Relation Between Citizenship and Social Solidarity.  

47.   Mr. Shubhang Parekh, Post Graduate Student, Pandit Deendayal Petroleum University, Climate Change and Governance: Prospect in the Light of UNFCCC.  

48.   Ms. Philippa Osim, PhD Candidate, Lancaster University, The Responsible Corporate Officer Doctrine: A tool for ICC Prosecution of Environmental Crimes?.  

49.   Ms. Samyuktha Srinivasan, Student, National Law University Odisha, To Study or To Work – The Shifting Paradigms of Child Labour Laws in India. Co-Author(s) :  Akshat Singh Parmar

50.   Mr. Satvik Mohanty, Student, National Law University Odisha, Changing India with whe Changing Climate: Indian Politics on Climate Change.  

51.   Mr. Aminurasyed Mahpop, Doctoral Researcher, University of Sussex, Conceptualization of Fair Exchange in Financial Consumer Contracts with a Specific Reference to Islamic Banking Business.  

52.   Mr. Malraj Kiriella, Ph.D Candidate, University of Colombo, Good Governance for FDI.  

53. Ms. Hartinie Abd Aziz, Lecturer, Academy of Islamic Studies & Arabic Language, Legal Framework of Corporation and Shirkah Al-Inan: A Comparison. Co-Author(s):  Prof. Zuhairah Arif Abd Ghadas; and Mohd Shahril Nizam M.Radzi

54. Dr. Kafayat Quadri, Research Fellow, Nigerian Institute of Advanced Legal Studies, The Case Of Nyamwasa: The Thin Line Between A ‘Vulnerable’ Asylum Seeker and an Excluded Asylum Seeker. Cc-Author: Adetoun Quadri