Tag Archives: Legal Bites

ILACON 2018 Update – Annual National Conference at Taj Palace, New Delhi. 22 Dec

About ILACON 2018 Indian Lawyers Association is proud to be holding its first ever, Annual National Conference this December to further its mission to shape the future of the legal profession throughout India. The standout feature of the Indian lawyers association is the amount of importance that has been given to networking and gatherings to increase the inter-connectivity… Read More »

1st Chandigarh University Quiz on Constitutional Law [Aug 31]: Register by Aug 24

Chandigarh University is a multi-disciplinary, leading institute in the northern India which is devoted to excellence in teaching, learning and research. It has been established through State Legislature Act, of Punjab and is recognized by University Grants Commission (UGC). The 1st Chandigarh University Quiz on Constitutional Law (1st CUQCL) to be held on 31st August, 2018. Prizes for the… Read More »

RISING TREND OF ONLINE LEGAL COURSES – Reality Bites

Online education continues to evolve, as more students seek flexible alternatives to traditional, on-campus courses. INTRODUCTION Online education has radically changed the landscape of modern education. We’re learning in a new and more fluid environment, one ripe with opportunities for students of every kind. These emergent approaches to content and curriculum are part of a whole new wave… Read More »

Job Opportunity: Public Interest Fellow, IDIA Charitable Trust [Bangalore/Delhi]: Applications Open

Here’s the Job Opportunity for the post of Public Interest Fellow at IDIA Charitable Trust [Bangalore/Delhi]: Applications Open Promoting Public Interest Lawyering is a core part of IDIA’s CHAMPS (Creative, Holistic, Altruistic Maverick and Problem Solvers) project. More details on P-PIL can be found on this website. Since its inception, P-PIL has taken up a number of notable public interest causes, the latest being the filing of a public interest… Read More »

A Lot of Lives = Ceasing of the Hazards [In Light of the recent Tuticorin Issue] – by Sivashruthy Namachivayam

Foreword: In a country that is a peninsula, finding a harbor is not a laborious task. One such port is Thoothukudi (Tuticorin). The place holds a special position for its multifaceted identities. The city has an excellent account of flora and fauna. The cetacean population in Thoothukudi (Tuticorin) would be a good study material for marine biologists. This… Read More »

Internship Opportunity at India Centre for Migration – ICM [Stipend Rs. 30K/Month]: Apply by May 20

ICM Internship 2018-19 The India Centre for Migration (ICM) is a ‘not for profit’ society established by the Government of India in July 2008 to serve as a think tank on all matters relating to International Migration. The Centre undertakes empirical, analytical and policy-related research, implements pilot projects to document good practices and assists in the capacity building of… Read More »

EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW: IN RENDEZVOUS WITH NUPUR SHARMA, BJP SPOKESPERSON (DELHI)

Nupur Sharma is one of the youngest leaders and the Official Spokesperson of BJP’s Delhi Unit. A litigating lawyer by profession at the Supreme Court of India she is often seen extrapolating her party’s views on various TV news channels and also contributes to various publications. She was awarded the Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry… Read More »

Law school review: School of Law, Manipal University Jaipur

The Manipal University Jaipur forayed into the field of legal education by introducing Integrated B.A. LL.B. (Hons), Bachelor of Law (LL.B), Master of Law (LL.M), and Ph.D. programs in the study. As an institution of excellence School of Law, Manipal University Jaipur is dedicated to fostering and inculcating the intellectual and ethical values in the students. The School… Read More »

The Saveetha School of Law Controversy: Where is our Legal Education Heading?

The issue got blown out of proportion when students of the previous batch of the Saveetha School of Law informed the current students of their inability to register themselves with the BCI because the School of Law wasn’t affiliated under the BCI and their degrees aren’t recognized. THE CONTINUING SAGA……. ‘Legal Education’ should be primarily imparted to nurture… Read More »