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Call for Applications: Legal Bites Campus Amicus Programme 2021

Legal Bites is excited to announce the launching of the Legal Bites Campus Amicus Programme 2021 to widen our reach among young law students studying in various colleges and universities across India. About the organisation Legal Bites is an Ed-Tech platform with a monthly viewership of 1 million+. The goal of our company is to provide affordable, high-quality… Read More »

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DU LLB Entrance Study Material, Test Series and Tips

Head over to this space for the latest DU LLB Entrance Study Material, Test Series and Tips to ensure 100% success in cracking the entrance exam. The University of Delhi is a Central University that offers admissions into law through the entrance exam. LL.B. in the University of Delhi is a three-year post-graduate program offered at Campus Law… Read More »

105th Constitutional Amendment Act | An Analysis

This article titled ‘105th Constitutional Amendment Act– An Analysis’ is written by Saurav Joshi and brings out an analysis of the 105th Amendment to the Indian Constitution. I. Introduction Dr. Virendra Kumar, Minister of Social Justice and Empowerment tabled a bill in Lok Sabha on 9th of August in the Monsoon session to allow the state and union territories… Read More »

First edition of Law Fiesta – Justitia | CLS, Gitarattan International Business School

First edition of Law Fiesta – Justitia, will be organized by The Law Society of Centre for Legal Studies (CLS), Gitarattan International Business School, Rohini, Delhi from 26th to 29th October 2021. Being a post-pandemic activity, this year, the competition has been designed for all the students pursuing law courses at different Universities/Institutes / Colleges approved by the Bar… Read More »

Job Opportunity at L R Swami Company for Advocates

Job Opportunity at L R Swami Company for Advocates (freshers or 1-2 years experience) who are keen to deal with trademark prosecution, trademark oppositions, and contested trademark matters. Main Nature of Work Prosecution of trademark applications. Drafting notice of opposition, counter-statement, evidence in support of the opposition, evidence in support of an application, reply evidence. Legal notices. Reply… Read More »

Justice Fathima Beevi: From the Bench of India’s First Woman Judge in The Supreme Court of India

This article titled ‘Justice Fathima Beevi: From the Bench of India’s First Woman Judge in The Supreme Court of India’ is written by Eshanee Bhattacharya and reflects on the legacy of Justice Fathima Beevi. I. Introduction In the corridors of Justice where gender equality and gender representation is silenced by patriarchy, Justice Fathima Beevi, shattered the glass ceiling by… Read More »

Lawrence v Texas | Decriminalising Homosexuality

This article titled ‘Lawrence v Texas- Decriminalising Homosexuality’ is written by Nilanjana Banerjee and discusses the decriminalizing of homosexuality. I. Introduction Homosexuality is the physical, mental, sexual attraction between members of same-sex or gender. The term homosexual is a hybrid of Latin and Greek words. The common alternatives to the term homosexual are gay, lesbians, LGBTQ. Since the very… Read More »

Racial Discrimination-a hurdle?

This article titled ‘Racial Discrimination-a hurdle?’ is written by Nilanjana Banerjee and aims to discuss discrimination on the basis of race and restricts it to the contest of the US. I. Introduction Inequality exists everywhere, perhaps it is the everydayness of inequality that makes it look like it is justified. There are numerous basis of such inequality like religion,… Read More »

Professor R V Dhanapalan Moot Court Competition | The Central Law College, Salem | 19 Nov – 21 Nov, 2021

Professor R V Dhanapalan Moot Court Competition (Second National Moot Court Competition) will be organized by The Central Law College, Salem from 19th-21st November 2021. A scanned copy of the filled registration form and D.D. shall be sent to [email protected] About the Organising Institution The Central Law College Salem is recognised by the Bar Council of India, New… Read More »

Criminal Law and Freedom of Speech

This article on ‘Criminal Law and Freedom of Speech’ is written by Nilanjana Banerjee and explores the limits imposed by the USA on the criminalisation of speech. I. Introduction Freedom of expression is an immensely important right for every individual and free speech is an inseparable part of it. First amendment offers a descriptive view of the free… Read More »