ALS Raipur: 1st National Moot Court Competition, 2019 (Nov 15th-17th) (Prizes Worth Rs. 2 Lakh, Cash Prizes – Rs. 1 Lakh)

1st National Moot Court Competition, 2019 is being organised by ALS Raipur (Amity Law School) in collaboration with SCC Online and Legal Bites. About the Moot Court Competition The inclusive development of the legal minds is taken care of by the best and competitive syllabi which include Research Projects, Court Room Exercises and practical learning through Real-Life Projects. As an… Read More »

Call for Paper – Vidyavardhaka Law College, Mysuru – National Seminar on Law and Social Transformation in India

CfP: National Seminar on Law and Social Transformation in India at Vidyavardhaka Law College, Mysuru [Oct 12]: Submit by Oct 30: About the Organizer: Vidyavardhaka Law College is a Private aided Institution established in the year 1974 and run under the auspices of Vidyavardhaka Sangha (R), Mysuru.  This college was commenced under the patronage of eminent personalities like… Read More »

Legal Utility – 1st National Online Article Writing Competition 2019

Legal Utility is a smooth platform for law students to boost their knowledge. Visitors will find a wide range of features including Judgments, Articles, Career Advice, Questions and answers for competitive exams, Seminars, Legal Events, etc. Eligibility Students pursuing undergraduate (3/5 year) or postgraduate Law Degree from any recognized law school/ university/ college across India. Essay topics/theme The article should… Read More »

Effect of Coercion, Undue Influence, Fraud, Misrepresentation and Mistake

This article deals with the effect of Coercion, Undue Influence, Fraud, Misrepresentation and Mistake on a Contract. Ingredients of ‘Free Consent’ According to section 10 of the Indian Contract Act, 1872 without the contracting parties entering into the agreement with ‘free consent’, conditions of enforceability of the said contract will not be met. Parties involved in contract formation… Read More »

Notion of Otherness and the Politics of Difference

The notion of otherness and politics of difference is often used to explain the concept and nature of social justice. Various theories of justice have argued upon philosophical thoughts and ideas. Based on such theories, the states generally focus on ensuring that there is equality in distribution and access to its resources. This has led to the restriction… Read More »