Law, Regulations and Public Policy-Conference - LRPP Conference

Previous Years Best Paper Awards

2017 Best Papers

Best Research Paper
Dr. George K Ndi University of Huddersfield, UK “’Jus in Bello’: The IHL Principle of Distinction in the Context of Asymmetric and Hybrid Armed Conflicts”
Best Student Paper
Chamidi Ekanayake Nithya Partners, Attorneys -at-Law, Sri Lanka “Use of Biometrics in the National Identity Card and Protection of Personal Data: Sri Lanka Perspective”

2016 Best Papers

Best Research Paper
Asst. Prof. Arnar Thor Jonsson University of Reykjavík, Iceland Law, Morality and the Way forward
Dr. Suresh V Nadagoudar Bangalore University, India Impact Of Globalisation & Libralisation On Labour Market Regulatory Laws In India
Best Student Paper
Mr. Preston Wong National University of Singapore, Singapore Of Progress, Progressivity and Progression: Conceptions, Contentions and Contemplations of Tax Fairness in Singapore
Mr. Radley Henrico University of Johannesburg, South Africa Educating Our Future Legal Practitioners: The Imperative of Transformative Education

2015 Best Papers

Best Research Paper
Dr. Manique Cooray Multimedia University, Malaysia Protection of ‘Legal Identity’ through Personal Data Protection Laws: The Legislative Framework in Malaysia
Ms. Felicity Gerry Charles Darwin University, Australia Achieving The G20 Gender Equality Target By Tackling Sexual Exploitation Through Legal Uniformity, Extra Territoriality And Corporate Responsibility
Ms. Catarina Sjölin Charles Darwin University, Australia Achieving The G20 Gender Equality Target By Tackling Sexual Exploitation Through Legal Uniformity, Extra Territoriality And Corporate Responsibility
Best Student Paper
Mr. Althaf Marsoof King’s College London, UK ‘Notice and Takedown’ – A Trademark Perspective

2013 Best Papers

Best Research Paper
Dr. Yee Han Chu University of North Dakota, USA Leaving Gifted Children Behind: The misplaced public policy of deference to local official in the public schools of the United States

2012 Best Papers

Best Research Paper
Assoc. Prof. Wilson Wai Shun Chow The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong Sustaining Hong Kong’s Revenue Regime: A Proposed Policy Review
Best Student Paper
Mr. Masood Ahmed Birmingham City University, UK The New French Arbitration Law: An Analysis