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Book Review: Before Memory Fades by Fali S Nariman

Before Memory Fades is the celebrated autobiography of Fali S Nariman, one of the greatest jurists India has ever produced. The book is an international bestseller and highly critically acclaimed. It traces Mr Nariman’s life from his childhood and early career beginnings and the hardships he faced in the course of his career to his glorious years as… Read More »

How To File A Patent In India- A Detailed Patent Filing Process

This article presents the steps on how to file a patent in India, enlisting a detailed filing process. The vital components required for an invention to be signified as a patent has been discussed in detail. It arranges a comprehensive analysis of the various criteria involved in filing a patent provisional application, extending over to publication and renewal.… Read More »

What every Indian needs to know about Employment Agreements

An employment agreement is a binding document entered into between the employer and the employee, which spells out the rights, responsibilities, and other terms of the employment. I. Introduction When you join a company, you are made to sign an employment agreement. However, it is not always that an employee is made to sign an employment agreement for… Read More »

Book Review: “Revolutionary Constitutionalism: Law, Legitimacy, Power” by Bruce Ackerman (Ed. Richard Albert)

Overview Revolutionary Constitutionalism: Law, Legitimacy, Power published in 2020, is the result of a major international conference held at Yale Law School. It contains contributions from leading scholars in public law who engage critically with Bruce Ackerman’s path-breaking book. The book also features a rebuttal chapter by Ackerman in which he responds directly to the contributors’ essays. Bruce Ackerman… Read More »

Book Review: Islam and Human Rights: Tradition and Politics

This article is a book review of the book, ‘Islam and Human Rights: Tradition and Politics’. The book has been written by Ann Elizabeth Mayer. The author is an Associate Professor of Legal Studies at the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania. Introduction Since decades, there has been constant tensions and stress in matters related to human rights… Read More »

Trust Registration in India: Step by Step Guide

This article intends to explain all aspects of Trust Registration extensively. It explains the benefits of creating a Trust, and the different kinds of trusts that exist. It provides a comparative analysis between the Private and Public Trust and analyses the role of the Trustee by explaining his rights as well as liabilities. Most importantly this article provides… Read More »

Book Review: Radical Equality: Ambedkar, Gandhi And The Risk Of Democracy By Aishwary Kumar

This article reviews the book ‘Radical Equality: Ambedkar, Gandhi and the risk of Democracy’ written by Mr Aishwary Kumar. The assuring contextual analysis of the doctrines of both Gandhi and Ambedkar has been observed to bring out the challenges of equality in the times of Hindu cultural hegemony and Colonial independence. Introduction ‘Radical Equality: Ambedkar, Gandhi, and the… Read More »

Book Review: The Cases that India Forgot

This article reviews the book ‘The Cases that India forgot’. The author of this book is Dr. Chintan Chandrachud. This book is highly critically acclaimed in the legal fraternity.  It has received praise from some of the best legal minds in the country. This book was published by Juggernaut Publication in December 2019 and is currently available free… Read More »