Event update : 2nd Amity National Moot Court Competition, 2017

2nd Amity National Moot Court Competition, 2017 The moot court competitions have been a platform for a cradle of budding lawyers to explore their potentials and foster team spirit. After a successful hosting of the 1st Amity National Moot Court Competition, 2016, owing to the challenging problem and excellent judging, Amity Law School, Gurgaon, aimed to climb the… Read More »

Call for Papers: NCRB Journal

National Crime Records Bureau is seeking article submissions ranging from short vignettes to fully-developed articles written in a reader-friendly style for NCRB Journal on topics but not limited to Police Science, Law, Scientific Investigation, Criminology, Forensic Science, Finger Print Science, Biometric Science, Contemporary Legal issues, Cybercrime, Cyber security, Socio-economic crime, Prisons, Use of Technology for Policing, and Data… Read More »

NILS WORKSHOP ON “GST AND ITS IMPLICATIONS” IN ASSOCIATION WITH COLLEGE OF LEGAL STUDIES, UPES DEHRADUN

NILS WORKSHOP ON “GST AND ITS IMPLICATIONS” IN ASSOCIATION WITH COLLEGE OF LEGAL STUDIES, UPES DEHRADUN The Network for International Law Students (NILS) is organizing a day long Workshop on the “Goods & Service Tax and its Implication” on 14th April, 2017. This workshop will be organised in association with the College of Legal Studies, UPES Dehradun. Legislative… Read More »

Principles of Constitutional Interpretation

Principles of Constitutional Interpretation | Overview Introduction Interpretation of the preamble of the Constitution General rules of interpretation of the Constitution Principles of Constitutional Interpretation Principle of Colourable Legislation Principle of pith and substance Principle of eclipse Principle of Severability Principle of Territorial Nexus Principle of Implied powers Conclusion Principles of Constitutional Interpretation I. Introduction The letters of……...

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Results: 2nd National Moot Court Competition, 2017- Amity Law School Gurgaon

2nd Amity National Moot Court Competition, 2017 was organized at Amity Law School. Symbiosis Law School Pune bagged the winning trophy. Winning Team: Symbiosis Law School, Pune Runner’s Up Team: Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law, Patiala Best  Speaker (Male): Rohan Rahul Priyadarshi (Symbiosis Law School, Pune) Best Speaker (Female): Raina Bijay Mahapatra (Symbiosis Law School, Pune) Best Researcher: Khyati… Read More »

Internal Aids to Construction | Explained

Laws enacted by the legislatures are interpreted by the judiciary using internal aids to construction as well as external aids. Introduction Laws enacted by the legislatures are interpreted by the judiciary. Enacted laws, especially the modern Acts and Rules, are drafted by legal experts and it could be expected that the language will leave little room for interpretation……...

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External Aids to Construction | Explained

Introduction When internal aids are not adequate, the court has to take recourse to external aids. External Aids may be parliamentary material, historical background, reports of a committee or a commission, official statement, dictionary meanings, foreign decisions, etc. In Prabhakar Rao and others v. State of A.P. and others[1],  O. Chennappa, Reddy J. has observed: Where internal aids are not forthcoming, we can……...

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Results: Monthly task March, 2017

Hello Amicuses, we wish you are having a fine time. The results for the monthly Task is here. We are proud of all our Amicus and do value every effort which you put. It was really a tough competition and yes finding the best was really tough for our experts. Based on their judgment our winners is: Name of… Read More »

Rules of Construction | Explained

The object of all such ‘Rules of Construction’ as aforesaid broadly speaking, is to ascertain the true intent, meaning and spirit of every statute. A statute is designed to be workable, and the interpretation thereof by a court should be to secure that object unless crucial omission or clear direction makes that unattainable. Introduction The interpretation of laws……...

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