Institute of Law, Nirma University is organizing the second edition of National Conference on Justice Education from 10th and 11th November 2017. The conference provides first considered discussion on the recent developments in law and the pedagogy that should inform the teaching of Law. The National Conference will have two parallel events focusing on the recent legislative advances and need for innovation in law pedagogy to keep up with the pace these developments. The first event is a National Conference on the theme “Developing New Perspectives on Law reforms and Legal Education.” In the recent times, the government and the judiciary has ushered in plenty of legal reforms- from working on the Insolvency & Bankruptcy Codes to the introduction of the Goods and Services Tax (GST), from holding the practice of Triple Talaq illegal to giving the Right to Privacy a Constitutional Protection, the Indian Judiciary along with government has laid down laws and legal doctrines whose impact has to be looked through multiple lenses and evaluated from several standpoints. This conference aims to garner a strong academic response addressing the recent changes in legal framework. The conference is open for professors, advocates, judicial officers, researchers and postgraduate/undergraduate law students.