Posted on: October 26, 2020 Posted by: admin Comments: 0

ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE AND LAW: ECONOMICS AND MARKET ETHICS by Lavanya Rai & Manjushree Pattanayak

Author : Lavanya Rai, Student at ICFAI Law School, Hyderabad Co-Author :  Manjushree Pattanayak, Student at ICFAI Law School, Hyderabad ABSTRACT Much has been learned about Artificial Intelligence ( AI) and Law recently. Yet what is AI, and what is their contribution to the law practice and administration? This article addresses those issues by providing a high-level overview of AI and its legal use. The aim of the discussion is to…

Posted on: October 25, 2020 Posted by: admin Comments: 0

JUDICIARY & LEGAL PROFESSION: THE UNPOPULAR AREAS OF GENDER DISPARITY by Harini Balasubramanyam, C. Ooviya & Chetna Verma

Authors: Harini Balasubramanyam[1], Student at VIT School Of Law, Chennai C. Ooviya[2] , Student at VIT School Of Law, Chennai Chetna Verma[3], Student at VIT School Of Law, Chennai ABSTRACT : “Everybody is equal in the eyes of law” a very popular statement used to define the fairness of law. There is a constant battle for equality and respect battled by women in this country. Is equality and fight for…

Posted on: October 24, 2020 Posted by: admin Comments: 0

LABOURERS AND MIGRANT WORKER CRISIS by A. Amrittha

Author: A. Amrittha, Student at Government Law College, Vellore ABSTRACT : This is an article about the “Labourers and Migrant Worker’s Crisis” is an over-view of migrant laborers living ways and most importantly throws light on the difficult times faced by the working class people especially during dark days of the Covid-19 pandemic. It starts with the early history of migrant laborers, how laborers and migrant workers communities formed in India,…

Posted on: October 24, 2020 Posted by: admin Comments: 0

CHICANERIES OF POWER AND SUBTERFUGE: CONSTITUTIONAL LAW ON KASHMIR by Riddhi Kumari & Tushar Raj Soni

Author : Riddhi Kumari, Student at KIIT School of Law, Bhubaneswar Co-Author : Tushar Raj Soni, Student at KIIT School of Law, Bhubaneswar ABSTRACT: On August 5 and 6, 2019, the Union Government of India repudiated the extraordinary status agreed to India’s just Muslim dominant part territory of In compliance with Article 370 of the Constitution of India, Jammu and Kashmir, with the assistance of President of India. Article 370…

Posted on: October 22, 2020 Posted by: admin Comments: 0

THE TRANSGENDER PERSONS (PROTECTION OF RIGHTS) ACT, 2019 AND RULES, 2020 – CRITICAL PERUSAL OF THE LEGISLATION & PLIGHT OF THE TRANS COMMUNITY by Hrishikesh Bhosale

Author : Hrishikesh Bhosale, Student at Dr. D. Y. Patil Law College, Pimpri, Pune ABSTRACT The Transgender Person (Protection of Rights) Act, 2019 was passed by parliament on 26th November 2019 and got assent from the President on 5th December 2019. The Act has been vehemently opposed by the trans community as they claim the Act violates the fundamental rights guaranteed to them by our constitution. The central objective of…

Posted on: October 21, 2020 Posted by: admin Comments: 0

CRIMINALS AND THEIR PSYCHOLOGY by Pragati Singh

Author : Pragati Singh, Assistant Professor at Innovative Institute of  Law. ABSTRACT Criminal Psychology is the study of wills, thoughts, intentions, and reactions of criminals, all that partakes in the criminal behaviour. Criminal Psychology is a very vast field and it studies everything that is vested in criminal behaviour. The use of the word “criminal” makes this psychology so vast. We live in such a society where certain words have their…

Posted on: October 18, 2020 Posted by: admin Comments: 0

PHONE TAPPING LAWS IN INDIA by Nithin Manoj

Author : Nithin Manoj, Student at School of Law, Christ University. INTRODUCTION The Article is a discussion on the topic of laws on the concept of Phone Tapping. It initially talks about the existing laws on the concept of the Phone Tapping and the usage of such laws in our country. The article tries to give an overview about the right to privacy and the act of communication restriction and…

Posted on: October 17, 2020 Posted by: admin Comments: 0

KESAVANANDA BHARTI V. STATE OF KERELA by Shriya Khurana

Author : Shriya Khurana, Student at Bennett University, Greater Noida THE CASE THAT EXTRICATED OUR DEMOCRACY Before this landmark judgement salvaged our democracy, we were caught in a heavy crossfire between Judiciary and Legislature.  It manifested in the form of a power struggle of sorts that infringed upon the right of several citizens destroying the prime purpose behind the establishment of our Constitution. The Kesavananda Bharti case runs in hundreds…

Posted on: October 17, 2020 Posted by: admin Comments: 0

AMBIGUITIES REGARDING THE NATIONAL EMERGENCY OF 1975-1977 by Shriya Khurana

Author : Shriya Khurana, Bennett University, Greater Noida INTRODUCTION: One of the main principles of constitutionalism is, separation of powers. Every article in our constitution has been drafted with great care to avoid any scenario which might give rise to dictatorship that is, a regime of centralised powers and a little to no freedom guaranteed to the citizens. India is a proud democracy which textually grants a huge amount of…

Posted on: October 16, 2020 Posted by: admin Comments: 0

ANALYSIS OF CUSTODIAL DEATHS IN INDIA: AN INFRINGEMENT OF HUMAN RIGHTS by Swetalika Das

Author : Swetalika Das, Student at Amity University, Kolkata ABSTRACT Custodial deaths are a raising concern in our society which is leading mistrusts in public. As because police officers were considered as safeguards and have the rights to protect public’s fundamental rights sometimes the same person violates those laws instead of protecting it. In this article, the author analysed various legal perspectives on custodial deaths and the causes of the…