National Article Writing Competition by ALS Patna

About the National Article Writing Competition by ALS Patna  Amity Law School Patna is organising a National Article Writing Competition on the theme “Constitutionalism is the Road ahead”. The competition is intended to provide a platform to the law students across the country for their participation and showcasing their research and writing skills and abilities. Eligibility Students, Scholars,… Read More »

Call for Papers: NLSIR Vol 33 Issue 1 | NLSIU Banglore

National Law School of India Review is inviting contributions for its forthcoming Volume 33, Issue 1. About NLSIR Vol 33 Issue 1 NLSIR is the flagship law journal of the National Law School of India University, Bangalore. In its 33rd year now, the NLSIR is a bi-annual, student-edited, peer-reviewed law journal, which holds the distinction of being the… Read More »

Iraq Under Saddam Hussein and His Flawed Trial

This article is an account of Iraq under Saddam Hussein and his abominable politics that led to a Flawed Trial of the dictator. Iraq suffered greatly under the barbaric regime of Saddam Hussein whose removal was a spectacle for the world but the flawed trial that sentenced him to death was condemned globally because of the disregard for the… Read More »

Drafting and Registering a Will: Analysis and Sample

This article deals with the process involved in drafting and registering a Will with a detailed analysis of the steps involved. It describes the various advantages of writing a Will, including the essential elements, format and the legal procedure, that is the best safeguard against any kind of confusion or disagreements between parties. I. Meaning of a ‘Will’… Read More »

Interview: Adv. Himanjali Gautam, Supreme Court of India

Himanjali Gautam is an Advocate at the Supreme Court of India. She has been handling cases independently, since 2016 and had worked as Legal Counsel for various notable organisations including Zoom Developers. She has assisted senior Advocate Mr P.H. Parekh in representing leading organisations like Reliance Industries Ltd. and people at eminent positions including the President of India… Read More »

Hindu Women’s Right to Property | Explained

The issue of Hindu Women’s Right to Property is a pressing concern when it comes to gender equality in our nation. The Hindu Succession (Amendment) Act, 2005, was primarily introduced to overcome this discrimination, which was disadvantaging Hindu women concerning their rights in the family and self-acquired property. The 2005 amendment brought about noticeable changes in empowering a… Read More »

Decriminalising Section 138 of Negotiable Instruments Act

Decriminalising Section 138 of the Negotiable Instruments Act is the need of the hour as it would decrease the burden on businesses and facilitate economic growth. Decriminalising Section 138 of the Negotiable Instruments Act Chapter XVII of the Negotiable Instruments Act containing Section 138-142 was incorporated to make sure that the drawer fulfils his obligation, and people develop… Read More »

1st Dr. R.U. Singh Memorial National Judgement Writing Competition

About Dr. R.U. Singh Memorial National Judgement Writing Competition Faculty of Law, University of Lucknow is organising 1st Dr. R.U. Singh Memorial National Online Judgement Writing Competition. The objective of this Competition is for the students to approach a factual matrix from the point of view of a judge, apply the law, and render a judgment. The student shall… Read More »

Prevention of Abuse of Dominant Position in Market

The article provides an insight of the basic concept of the Competition Law i.e. Abuse of Dominant Position by any of the players of the market. It also covers the powers provided to the Competition Commission of India to prevent any such abuse and maintain the healthy competition in the market in order to protect the interests of… Read More »