A New Era for the Supreme Court Proceedings?

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…

Interview: Prof. Dr. V. K. Kapoor, Vice Chancellor, Raffles University

  Interviewer: Surendra Kumar, Campus Ambassador, LexQuest. How long have you been in this profession? In the year 1975, I  completed my Law and started practice with D.D. Thakur.He  motivated me to join academics. I still remember once he told…

A glance through National Judicial Appointments Commission

By Sonal Srivastava, Amity Law School, Lucknow. The Supreme Court on 16th October, 2015 unanimously declared the National Judicial Appointments Commission as unconstitutional and ordered the revival of the Supreme Court scripted two decade old ‘judges selecting judges’ collegium system. However, Supreme…

E-Courts in India: A much needed initiative

By Vartika Aggarwal, Vivekananda Institute of Professional Studies. Disputes and litigation have increased to such an extent in India that they have overburdened the Indian Judiciary. Courts have to struggle hard to cover the backlog of cases but the backlog…