Mayank Shekhar

Mayank Shekhar

Mayank is a student at Faculty of Law, Delhi University. Under his leadership, Legal Bites has been researching and developing resources through blogging, educational resources, competitions, and seminars.

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Dealing with Law School Problems

Life in a law school makes or breaks a student. This article provides ways to deal with the Law School Problems. Introduction A degree in the law can open up the doors in many other careers which other degrees cannot because a law graduate is someone who can work in all three organs of the government. Law being… Read More »

Schools of Muslim Law

This article shall be dealing with Schools of Muslim law. Basically, highlighting the source or the roots of Muslim law and understanding of various Muslim scholars divided into different Schools. If you are interested in reading about its development and evolution in India, you can read my previous article called Development of Muslim laws. To understand the division… Read More »

Sources of Muslim Law in India

The sources of Muslim law can be classified into two categories, i.e. (a) Primary Sources and (b) Secondary Sources. Primary sources are those sources which are based on religious beliefs mentioned in holy scriptures or books. And here the legislatures and judiciary are the secondary sources. Introduction Islam is one of the oldest and most followed religions in… Read More »

Historical Development of Muslim Law

This article aims at looking into the historical development of Muslim Law in India. It is commonly known that Shariat law was followed by Muslims in ancient India. Shariat law is applicable to those persons who enjoin the faith of Islamic law. However, persons who do not follow the Islamic religion in an Islamic State are not subject… Read More »

Jurisprudence: Meaning, Importance and Indian Perspective

Jurisprudence is the study of the Theory and Philosophy of Law. This article focuses on factual information concerning the subject. There are several ideas with regards to the meaning of jurisprudence and its nature. Definition and Meaning The term ‘jurisprudence’ has been derived from the Latin term ‘jurisprudentia’ which literally translates to ‘knowledge of law’ or ‘skill in… Read More »

Why An Online Economics Degree Is A Great Undergrad Degree For Aspiring Lawyers

This article discusses how an online economics degree is a great undergrad degree for aspiring lawyers. With an economics degree, future law students can take their studies into the edge because of both law and economics deal with behavioural psychology, intersecting principles, importance in money, and most importantly, its relevance and involvement in issues that the world faces… Read More »