Posted on: May 6, 2021 Posted by: admin Comments: 1

SABARIMALA: QUEST FOR WOMEN’S RIGHT by Rishu Kumari

Author: Rishu Kumari*, Student at Chanderprabhu Jain College of Higher Studies And School of Law. ABSTRACT A sleeper wrongdoing that put a prohibition on the entry of women between 10-50 years of age, who wish to enter Sabarimala temple. Within Kerala, there was very few disagreements but others were really attracted towards the issue over the decades. Debate over the nature and constitutionally towards prohibition remained muted under S. Mahendran vs.…

Posted on: May 2, 2021 Posted by: admin Comments: 0

ONLINE CERTIFICATE COURSE ON “CONSTITUTIONAL LAW” BY THE PHILOMATH : REGISTER NOW!!!

The Philomath In Association With Adv.K Narayanan, Madras High Court presents “CERTIFICATE COURSE ON CONSTITUTION OF INDIA” Start Date: 10th May, 2021 Duration: 1 month Fee: 999/- Registration Form:  https://docs.google.com/forms/d/13a9fVbQr8sm37sF6siRca6J5gzct8gA8Yqj2dVVgI-Q/edit?ts=608e6a6e Payment Info: Paytm – 9792154419(Trivickram) Upi – 9792154419@paytm Gpay- 8010475569(Prashant) Course Contains: Live Classes Materials Recorded Lectures Case Laws Contact Info 9792154419    

Posted on: May 2, 2021 Posted by: admin Comments: 0

ANALYSING THE CONTINUUM BETWEEN HUMAN AND AI-GENERATED INVENTIONS THROUGH THE NARROW LENS OF INDIAN PATENT LAW by Pavithra Rajendran

Author: Pavithra Rajendran[1], Student at SASTRA Deemed to be University, Thanjavur, Tamil Nadu ABSTRACT Robots, Artificial Intelligence, and machine learning systems (hereinafter referred to collectively as “AI” or “AI systems”) can now produce inventions that, if made by humans, would be patentable. This article looks into the patentability of these AI-created inventions. As AI gains traction in the manufacturing, fintech, healthcare, retail, educational, and infrastructure development, the potential for disruption lies…

Posted on: May 2, 2021 Posted by: admin Comments: 0

IMPACT OF COVID 19 PANDEMIC ON THE LEGAL EDUCATION IN INDIA by Apoorv Shrivastava

Author: Apoorv Shrivastava, Advocate at Chattisgarh High Court, Bilaspur(C.G). ABSTRACT The research involves the analysis of the present status of legal education of India due to the effect of Covid-19 pandemic in the country. Many questions and genuine concerns arise to seek a valid answer to the ongoing problem where the situation has put the law students in a confined and limited environment devoid of all the practical aspects of legal…

Posted on: May 1, 2021 Posted by: admin Comments: 0

ARBITRATION IN INDIA: ECONOMICAL ON PAPER, EXPENSIVE IN REAL by Snehil Srivastava

Author: Snehil Srivastava, Student at Babu Banarasi Das University.  “I realized that the true fiction of a lawyer was to unite parties… A large part of my time during the 20 years of my practice as a lawyer was occupied in bringing out private compromise of hundreds of cases. I lost nothing thereby- not even money, certainly not my soul.”                                                                                      – Mahatma Gandhi[1] ABSTRACT “Arbitration” this word is so easy…

Posted on: April 30, 2021 Posted by: admin Comments: 1

2-DAY WORKSHOP ON “LEGAL RESEARCH WRITING” BY LEGAL FINISHING SCHOOL & JOURNAL FOR LAW STUDENTS AND RESEARCHERS: REGISTER NOW!!

Bored of Archaic Workshops/Courses? We have come up with unique and interesting workshop on “Legal Research Writing”. You would learn the following important topics in just 2 days for your improving your legal research writing by our expert speaker- Tanmay Agrawal, Assistant Professor, Jagran Lakecity University Bhopal. WORKSHOP DETAILS Theme : Legal Research Writing Dates : 29th May, 2021- 30th May, 2021 Duration : 2 hours per day including Interactive…

Posted on: April 30, 2021 Posted by: admin Comments: 0

EVOLUTION AND CURRENT SCENARIO OF MEDIATION IN INDIA by Garvit Ramchandran & Yash Pandey

Author: Garvit Ramchandran, Student at Babu Banarsi Das University, Lucknow. Co-Author: Yash Pandey, Student at Shambhunath Institute of Law, Doctor Rajendra Singh University, Prayagraj. INTRODUCTION Definition “Mediation is a process in which the disputing parties discuss their disputes in an informal meeting or a scheduled settlement conference with the assistance of a trained and experienced third person who helps them to research a settlement” Mediation could be a powerfully organized deliberate debate…

Posted on: April 27, 2021 Posted by: admin Comments: 0

DOMESTIC VIOLENCE by Piyush Sharma

Author:  Piyush Sharma Any sort of misuse or violence which hurt a women health in any way is considered as domestic violence. Aggressive behaviour or violence at home is submitted by one individual in a close connection against the other individual and can happen in hetero or same-sex relationship or between previous companions or accomplices, in its broadest sense abusive behaviour at home additionally includes against youngsters, teens, guardians or…

Posted on: April 27, 2021 Posted by: admin Comments: 0

POLYGRAPHY TEST AND ITS LEGAL ADMISSABILTY IN INDIA by Thota Raghavendra

Author: Thota Raghavendra, Student at Alliance school of law, Alliance University, Bengaluru. ABSTRACT Crime has been in society since the beginning and it has been evolving with time. Even criminals are evolving with time and opting for new ways of committing crimes. in order to escape from the law, Criminals are getting smarter with time and using smarter and more scientific ways of doing crime. To keep society away from wrongdoers,…

Posted on: April 18, 2021 Posted by: admin Comments: 0

CRITICAL ANALYSIS OF DYING DECLARATION by Samridh Sinha & Chirayu Bagree

Author: Samridh Sinha[1],Student at O.P Jindal University. Co-Author: Chirayu Bagree[2],Student at O.P Jindal University. ABSTRACT Section 32(1) of the Indian Evidence Act deals with dying declarations. Dying Declarations have been an intrinsic part of common law systems as far as evidence law is concerned. It is a written or oral set of facts as declared by the declarant explaining the circumstances of his death. Dying declaration is a debatable topic…