JIMS Engineering Management Technical Campus (JMTEC)- School of Law, Greater Noida is conducting a One Day National Conference on ‘Emerging Trends in International Law: Issues & Challenges’ on 21st April 2018, at JIMS Engineering Management Technical Campus (JMTEC)-School of Law and seeks your participation in this intellectual endeavour. Continue reading
By Jhalak Nandwani, Gujarat National Law University, Gandhinagar.
We all have watched the live streaming of sessions of the Parliament on Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha TV since the past 10 years. It has brought awareness amongst the common people about the functioning of Parliament, all State Assemblies and of our elected representatives as well. But have you ever thought about getting to see live streaming of Supreme Court proceedings? Continue reading
The Journal for Indian Researchers (ISSN: 2581-3595) in collaboration with various organisations, such as, Legal Desire (Sponsor), Actus Legal (Sponsor), Trayambak Overseas Pvt Ltd (Sponsor) & Live Law (Media Partner), organizing 1st National Online Judgement Writing Competition- 2018.
The Judgment Writing Competition looks at a comprehensive characteristic of how laws learnt about in school rooms or colleges are in fact put to effect and implemented in courtrooms where facts and situations play a vital role and law is applied in its true sense to these facts to set required legal precedents and pave way for judge-made law. Continue reading
Jus Dicere invites contributions from legal professionals, academicians, research associates and students for Issue 1, Volume 2 (ISBN – 978-93-5300-585-6) of its Bi-Annual peer-reviewed publication, Precedent. Continue reading
By Adv. Shriya Maini.
“There are no Victors in the game of law until the Court verdicts…”
Justice is the most important task of Rule of Law of the State. The role of an attorney is an integral part of the justice system of the State which fails its society if the litigant is not zealously represented. The prime object of this post is to develop an understanding of exceptions to Principles of Natural Justice with a special emphasis on its legal aspects conducive to equip the law students with a profound understanding of how an advocate ought to approach a case procedurally. Continue reading
Sanjhi Tokri is looking for ordinary people like ourselves, who are a mixture of skills and follies but have this innate drive to change status quo, people who share our firm belief that even small team can make a visible dent, if they have the right mix of attitude, aptitude and skill . Continue reading
By Sandeep G., SASTRA Deemed University, Thanjavur.
The discovery of the online trading concept has invoked positivity, not only in the minds of wealthy businessmen but also in the minds of health-protecting farmers. Although India is an agrarian economy, the non-existence of equipoise between the rural and urban economy contributes to the deprivation of both the corporate and agricultural domains. In spite of favouring the corporate domain with Make in India and other similar policies, the Union Government developed a policy on the refinement of the agricultural sector. Continue reading
By Eshita Kapur, ILS Law College, Pune.
“After whisky, driving is risky”, is an adage one often gets to see while driving on highways in India. Road accidents, including those due to drunken driving, have been globally recognized as a serious public health issue. Being a signatory to the Brasilia Declaration, India is committed to bringing down its high load of fatalities due to road accidents, by 2020.  In view of the alarmingly high number of deaths occurring due to road accidents, the Hon’ble Supreme Court of India passed a historic judgment in December 2016 directing all States and Union Territories to cease and desist from granting licenses for sale of liquor along National and State highways. Continue reading
By Rishabh Mishra, National University of Study and Research in Law, Ranchi.
‘The Question Is Not, Can They Reason? Nor, Can They Talk? But, Can They Suffer?’
The evolution of the intellectual faculties of humans has placed them in a position of dominance over other species. The ability to reason as a human has very little to do with the fact that our sufferings lie on the same footing as to those of the animals surrounding us. This similarity casts a moral obligation upon us to alleviate the pain and suffering of animals as the same is a result of human actions. Continue reading
The 2018 General Meeting of the Mont Pelerin Society will take place from September 30 – October 6, 2018 at ExpoMeloneras and Lopesan Hotels in Meloneras, Gran Canaria, Canary Islands. As with past general meetings, the Mont Pelerin Society is currently soliciting submissions for Friedrich A. Hayek Fellowships. The fellowships will be awarded through the Hayek Essay Contest. Continue reading