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10 Apr

 Importance of hardship clauses in contract: The impact of the economic slowdown, witnessed all over the world, on the commercial contract, both international and domestic, had been enormous…..By Soura Subha Ghosh – Posted: 2012/03/27

law Section 25 Companies: rae non-profit companies granted license under the Companies Act; having limited laibility and intended for charitable purposes....By Saumya Sharma – Posted: 2012/03/27

law Scope of Part I of Arbitration & Conciliation Act Bhatia International Case: Section 2 (2) provides that Part I shall apply only when the place of arbitration is India. This statement was not…..By Shikhar Sinha – Posted: 2012/03/27

law Law of Contract & Contribution of Lord Denning : This article analysis the contribution of Lord Denning in the field of contract law through various cases....By swati shanker – Posted: 2012/03/27

law Concept of Trespass To Person: Trespass to person is a tort which is frequently committed in everyday life. It is basically unreasonable interference with body of a person which can be committed....By swati shanker – Posted: 2012/03/27

law Renovating the Bridge: The significant increase in the role of international trade in the economic development of nations over the last few decades has been accompanied....By Mrinalini Singh – Posted: 2012/03/27

law Dissolution of partnership firm: this article deals with how a partnership firm can be dissolved according to partnership act, 1932 and what are its consequences…..
..By Shiksha Singh – Posted: 2012/03/27

law Reasonable Classification under article 14: Article 14 of the constitution guarantee the right to equality to every citizen of India . It embodies the general principles of equality before law and prohibits…..By Shiksha Singh – Posted: 2012/03/27

law Dumping & Anti Dumping Measures: New era of international trade has begun with the concept of globalization. Government of India has to adopt the New Economic Policy 1991....By Prof. U. S. Dive – Posted: 2012/03/27

law Judicial Interpretation of Medical Negligence under Consumer Protection: Medical profession is one of the most oldest professions of the world and is the most humanitarian one....By Maujhuri sahoo – Posted: 2012/03/20

law Scope of Section 8 (1)(j) of The RTI act: Section 8 is the most important part of the act and it is very simple for officialdoms to reject the request for information if it falls under any of these long, general…..By Pratik Saraswat – Posted: 2012/03/20

law The Inherent Powers of the High Court: The essential object of criminal law is to protect society against criminals and law- breakers. For this purpose, the law holds out threats of punishments…....By Raabia Abuzer Shams –   Posted: 2012/03/20

law Concept of unfair labour practice and the procedure for its redressal under M.R.T & P.U.L.P Act: We are always must reluctant to put any interpretation upon labour legislation is likely to prejudice the....By Rachna.R.Tehra –   Posted: 2012/03/20

law Ambit of Right to Freedom of Religion: Constitutions of many countries guarantee freedom of religion and the laws of most of these countries also circumscribe the scope of the exercise of such right…....By Kirandeep Kaur –   Posted: 2012/03/20

law Articles of Association & Alteration of Articles: To obtain the registration of a company an application has to be filed with the Registrar of Companies. Articles of Association is one of the important document…..By Kaushik Dhar –   Posted: 2012/03/3

law Independence of Independent Directors in India: A major wave of economic reforms was initiated in India in the year 1991. A thrust towards economic liberalization162 led to a new era in…...By Akeli vakil –   Posted: 2012/03/3

law Land Acquisition for SEZ: A Special Economic Zone (SEZ) is an especially demarcated area of land, owned and operated by a company, which is deemed to be foreign territory for the purpose of…..By Amitabh Tewari –   Posted: 2012/02/25

law Tax privileges for import of energy-saving equipment into Ukraine: Ukrainian businesses that import energy-saving products such as energy-saving materials, equipment and components into....By Igor Dykunskyy –   Posted: 2012/02/25

law Juvenile Justice System & its Delinquency in India: The problem of juvenile delinquency is not new. It occurs in all societies simple as well as complex, that is, wherever and whenever a relationship…....By Nawaz Ul Haque –   Posted: 2012/02/25

law Tribal Laws in India & Tribal Conventions on Rights of Indigenous People Worldwide: India’s population includes nearly one hundred million tribal people. These numbers are matched only by the…..By Akanksha Mishra –   Posted: 2012/02/25

law Consumer the King: Consumers are often mislead sometimes because of confusing name, shape, size and description and sometimes due to their own negligence…..By Mrinalini Singh –   Posted: 2012/02/25

law Who can be a trustee & beneficiary of a trust: Indian Trusts Act 1882 deals with all the matters related to trusts, trustee and beneficiaries .According to section 10 of Indian Trusts Act 1882 states…..By Sujay Dixit –   Posted: 2012/02/16

law Role of Central Government in Mergers & Amalgamations: Mergers, acquisitions and takeovers have been a part of the business world for centuries. In today’s dynamic economic environment, companies....By Sujay Dixit –   Posted: 2012/02/16

law Liberalisation of Indian Banking & Regulation: Banking is an ancient business in India with some of oldest references in the writings of Manu. Bankers played an important role during the Mogul period…...By Sujay Dixit –   Posted: 2012/02/16

law Mergers & Acquisitions for firms: Mergers and acquisitions in its basic terminology means that merger is a combination of two companies to form a new company, while an acquisition (or takeover) is the…....By Ayush Yadav –   Posted: 2012/02/07

law Globalization & its impact on Indian Economy: Globalization (or globalization) describes a process by which regional economies, societies, and cultures have become integrated through…...By Ayush Yadav –   Posted: 2012/02/07

law Foreign Direct Investment: FDI, can be said to be a measure of foreign ownership of domestic productive assets such as factories, land and organizations…....By Kaushik Dhar –   Posted: 2012/02/07

law Theoretical Perspective of Communalism & Secularism: India is a sovereign, socialist, secular, democratic republic as system of government. Indian constitution stressed…..
..By Ishita chatterjee –   Posted: 2012/02/05

law Emerging Concept of Live-in-Relationships: This article is on the emerging issue of live-in-relationship. The concept of ‘Mitru Sambandh’ is nothing but a concept of the ‘Live-in-relationship’ …....By Shahista Musa Pathan –   Posted: 2012/02/05

law Environmental Justice – Right To Water: Justice is a term which is different from Law. Even though both the words are used in general sense they are not identical to define. Law is specific but…...By Laasya Priya Ponnada –   Posted: 2012/02/05

law Ganesh Idol Immersion & Water Pollution in the State of Maharashtra: Water is the most essential necessity of life. It surpasses any other single commodity in general use by the mankind……..By Yuvraj Dilip Patil –   Posted: 2012/02/05

law The killing of Osama bin Laden was unlawful: In mentioning the above three articles of the UDHR, I am alluding to the universal fact that every individual has a right to life and liberty…....By Karan Balraj Mehta  –   Posted: 2012/02/05

law Succession to the property of a Hindu Male: The Hindu Succession Act, 1956, is a law that was passed by the Parliament of India. The preamble of the Act signifies that an Act to amend and codify…....By Shahista Musa Pathan –   Posted: 2012/02/05

law Right to marry: Marriage is one of the universal social institution. It is established by the human society to control and regulate the life of man. It is a corner stone of a society…..By Mrs. Anisa Shaikh Asst. Prof –   Posted: 2012/02/05

law Need of Special legislation on live-in-relationship: The court said even Lord Krishna and Radha lived together according to mythology. The apex court said there was no law which prohibits live-in…...By Mrs. Anisa Shaikh Asst. Prof –   Posted: 2012/02/05

law Corporate social responsibility: The much debated clause in Company bill 2009 in India aimed at making Corporate Social Responsibility initiatives mandatory on the corporate sector, the companies…....By Akrita Sinha –   Posted: 2012/02/05

law The Dehradun Valley Litigation: Despite recent efforts to increase forest cover to reforestation, India’s forest are in a devastated condition, with less than 18% of India under the forest cover in 1997…....By Suchismita pati –   Posted: 2012/02/05

law Consumer Protection Act, An analysis of Branch Office: This Article deals with the meaning of Branch Office as given in Section 11 and Section 17 of the Consumer Protection Act……..By Prateek Handa –   Posted: 2012/02/05

law Decision of Apex Court on Ecology & Air Pollution: The Supreme Court of India has made immense contribution to environmental jurisprudence of our country. It has entertained quite a lot of…...By Rachna.R.Tehra –   Posted: 2012/02/05

law The Irony of Taxing the Environment to Protect It: There has been a lot of hue and cry all over the world in the recent years relating to environmental taxes……..By Mini Gautam –   Posted: 2012/02/05

law Cyber Forensics & Electronic Evidences: Challenges In Enforcement & Their Admissibility: Proliferation of Information technology has brought with itself a chequered scenario in society…....By Samarth Agrawal –   Posted: 2012/02/05

law Will Inadequate Environmental Legislation & Judicial Slumber Allow Future Union Carbides To Get Away With Murder: Even a lioness protects her cubs from danger, a tiny sparrow spreads her wings…....By Sneha Keshav Karle –   Posted: 2012/02/05

law Efficacy of alternative methods of administration of justice & accessibility to judicial system: One of the prime questions facing Indian judiciary today is, ‘Why is the faith in judiciary shaking?’ ‘is justice itself at trial…..
..By Sneha Keshav Karle –   Posted: 2012/02/05

law Looking Back on Recession: Four years have passed away since Lehman Brothers did something which can be regarded as the financial equivalent of the 50 megaton Tsar Bomba.…....By Mrinalini Singh –   Posted: 2012/02/05

law Originality Under Copyright Law: Originality in copyright works is the sine qua non of all the copyright regimes of the world. The common conception of the meaning of ‘original’ is something that is new.…....By Mrinalini Singh –   Posted: 2012/02/05

law Necessity of Publication in Copyright: The copyright act is silent with respect to requirement of publication in copyrighted work. In the article below is an attempt to show with the help of cases that …....By Mrinalini Singh –   Posted: 2012/02/05

law Exercise of Legislative Powers by the Executive under Art.356: Article 356 of the Indian Constitution has acquired quite some notoriety due to its alleged misuse. The essence of the …....By Suyash.upes –   Posted: 2012/01/23

law Cross Border Mergers: Implications under the Competition Act, 2002: The regulatory framework dealing with mergers in India is primarily governed by the Companies Act, 1956. However…....By Shalin Chaudhary –   Posted: 2012/01/23

law Reinventing India’s Image As An Arbitration Friendly Jurisdiction: reinventing India as an arbitration friendly nation is an arduous but not an impossible mission to aver. The Indian judiciary…....By Ankita Singh –   Posted: 2012/01/23

law Judicial Accountability & Democracy: A considerable challenge for judicial administration is to ensure that contemporary expectations of accountability and efficiency remain consistent with……...By Shalin Chaudhary –   Posted: 2012/01/23

law New Lease of Life to Corporate Entity-Mergers And Acquisitions: A business activity always carries inherent risk. It the risk of competition which affects the survival of the business……..By Ms. Jayshri Khandare Asst. Prof –   Posted: 2012/01/23

law Clause 49 of the Listing Agreement: The basic criterion on which the whole Listing Agreement based is Corporate Governance. Currently there are 54 Clauses in the Listing Agreement…....By Saarth Dhingra –   Posted: 2012/01/23

law Product Liability: Who is liable: product liability arises when there is any fault or defect find in product and what are the rights available to consumer and who will be liable if there is any defect in product…....By Ashish Patel –  Posted: 2012/01/16

law Women Education and Media: As per Article 26, Universal Declaration of Human Rights, Everyone has the right to education’. ‘Education shall be directed to the full development of the humam…...By Ishita chatterjee –  Posted: 2012/01/16

law Contract- II: Bailment: Contracts of Bailment are a special class of contract. These are dealt within Chap. IX from S.148 to 181 of the Indian Contract Act, 1872…..By Nazneen Abdulsamad Fakir –  Posted: 2012/01/16

law Anton Piller in protecting the IPR: Strong evidence is highly necessary to substantiate one’s claim and to get relief or remedy for any wrong committed by the defendants to the plaintiff…..By Mainan Ray –  Posted: 2012/01/5

 law Contract Labour: Law on paper and law in practice. How big is the gap? A small study on a very limited platform to showcase the actual picture of the state of activity on the name of Contract Labour…..By Raagya Priya Zadu –  Posted: 2012/01/5

 law Euthanasia-A modern term to provide moksha: Mercy killing is nothing but homicide, whatever the circumstances in which it is affected. Unless it is specifically accepted it cannot be offences.IPC…..By Akshay Goel –  Posted: 2012/01/5

law Privy Council: If we overview the history of Indian Legal System, it clearly reveals that the Indian Legal System is more or less based on the English Legal System…..By priya s. dhanoka –  Posted: 2012/01/5

law Internet Censorship: Is the freedom of speech and expression being misused or is internet the new platform to stage the views of the world’s largest democracy……..By Raagya Priya Zadu –  Posted: 2011/12/18

law Child Labour in India: We can easily recognize the importance of the Child. The above statement has wide scope for interpretation. Child is very important for the development of the society at….By Sandip Balasaheb Satbhai –  Posted: 2011/12/18

law Medical Negligence in India: Man is the only animal who believes in keeping order in his world. This was one of the reasons that he invented the concept of law. Law helped every man who..….By Vasuprabhat Shukla –  Posted: 2011/12/18

law Specific performance of Contracts: Specific performance is equitable relief, given by the court to enforce against a defendant, the duty of doing what he agreed by contract to do..….By Sparsh Prasad –  Posted: 2011/12/18

law Enforcement of Foreign Awards: Under Indian law, foreign awards passed in New York Convention countries, to, inter alia, Singapore and England are capable of enforcement in India..….By Sparsh Prasad –  Posted: 2011/12/18

law Evidentiary Value of FIR: The statements made to the police are if three categories- a) A statement which has been recorded as an First Information Report..….By Sparsh Prasad –  Posted: 2011/12/18

law Implications to Securitization Act: The Bank and Financial Institutions should exercise Caution while dealing with running units of the borrowers. Law has no Color. A single wrong step can..….By V.G.Ranganath –  Posted: 2011/12/18

law Instances of Disingenuous Advertisements & Consumers: Misleading and false advertisements are not just unscrupulous; they warp competition and of course, consumer choice. False and misleading..
….By V.G.Ranganath –  Posted: 2011/12/18

law We Want Sarv Shiksha Not Sarv Bhiksha: It is disappointing to note that among the 200 million children in the age group of 6-14 years, around half do not complete elementary education...….By Mini Gautam & Anshuman Chanda –  Posted: 2011/12/18

law Reprography Regulatory Mechanisms: Today’s world is being confronted by a phenomenon which has the potential of taking away the incentives of many authors and publishers to write.….By Mini Gautam & Anshuman Chanda –  Posted: 2011/12/14

law Product Patent & Exclusive Marketing Rights: Product Patent is the granting of patent to the ‘final’ product irrespective of the process used for obtaining the product. Once you obtain a patent,.….By Mini Gautam & Anshuman Chanda –  Posted: 2011/12/14

law Vodafone Case: This recent case which has come to the limelight deals with transfer of shares of an Indian Company held by a foreign company to another foreign company. Transfer of Capital Assets in India..….By suyash.upes –  Posted: 2011/12/5

law Improvements to mortgaged property as embodied under Section 63-A was introduced by the Amending Act of 1929. Before this amendment, the Act, i.e., the Transfer of Property Act…….….By Utsav Gandhi –  Posted: 2011/12/5

law Surrogacy, Concept of Renting a Womb: The word ‘surrogate’ has its origin from a Latin word ‘surrogatus’, meaning a substitute, that is, a person appointed to act in the place of another. ….….By Priya Pareek –  Posted: 2011/12/5

law Children In Armed Conflict: What the horrors of war are, no one can imagine they are not wounds and blood and fever, spotted and low, or dysentery, chronic and acute,….….By suyash.upes –  Posted: 2011/12/5

law Privileges of Parliament: This article critically analyses the concept of Parliamentary privileges enshrined under Article 105 of the Constitution of India along with various judicial pronouncement…….….By Tapanshu Gehlot –  Posted: 2011/12/5

law Impact of Securitization Act, 2002 on the Mortgage Transactions: As the mortgage is regulated by Transfer of Property Act, 1882 and the procedure for recovery of mortgage money is through the ordinary…...….By Manish Yadav  –  Posted: 2011/11/30

law Competition Law & Its Impact on Airline Industry: If one goes by popular perceptions and natural expectations, every law ought to have its roots in, a felt need. The inadequacy or vacuum in the….….By Tapanshu Gehlot –  Posted: 2011/11/27

law Sports & Torts: Legal Liability in Professional Athletics: The transparency and efficiency of governmental sports federations in India has been questionable at the best of times. The question ….….By Tapanshu Gehlot –  Posted: 2011/11/27

law Jurisdiction of Courts ought to be introduced under the RTI Act, 2005 for full compliance: this article aims at highlighting the points that RTI, Act cannot be considered as a proper legislation when analyzed….
….By akberahmad.als–  Posted: 2011/11/26

law Accomplice Witness & its admissibility as Evidence: In the basic sense Accomplice Witness mean a witness to a crime who, either as principal, Accomplice, or Accessory, was connected with the crime.….By Ayush Yadav –  Posted: 2011/11/26

law Sedition Law & Freedom of Expression: With the recent unrest in society, Peoples Union of Civil Liberties (PUCL) has launched a nationwide signature campaign against the Sedition Act, whose….….By Kajeev Kumar –  Posted: 2011/11/26

law Competition Law vis-a-vis IPR rights: Technology backed enterprises are based on information and knowledge. Starting from Ford Cars to Microsoft Software are the product of knowledge..….By Sehaj Sunderlal –  Posted: 2011/11/26

law Section 65 of the Indian Contract Act: A brief critique on the implications of Section 65 of the Indian Contract Act, 1872 and its inadequacies with respect to eradicating ‘unjust enrichment’ in….….By Christopher Vijay Rao –  Posted: 2011/11/26

law The Art of Giving – Corporate Social Responsibility in India: The article is a careful analysis of the Corporate Social Responsibility initiatives taken by prominent Indian corporate houses....By Mini Gautam –  Posted: 2011/11/25

law Unit-Linked Insurance Plans: Life insurance is usually bought to transfer risk from an individual to a pool to protect against untoward incidents and to provide for monetary compensation to his family…..By Mini Gautam –  Posted: 2011/11/25

law Changing definition of Rape in India: Rape is one of the most heinous crime to the social environment. With the passage time, this issue has created lot of distorted effect and seems that Law……..By Manjeet Kumar Sahu –  Posted: 2011/11/25

law Post Decisional Hearing: Post decisional hearing is a hearing which takes place after a provisional decision is reached. This principle was laid down in Maneka Gandhi v. Union of India…...By Hitesh Agrawal –  Posted: 2011/11/25

law Critically Analysis of Broadcasting Right & Control: Broadcasting media is the emerging market in the television broadcasting media there for it competition is increase…..By Mahesh Ram Halde & Riya S. Dhanokar–  Posted: 2011/11/25

law Indian Copyright Software: In India, the Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) of computer software is covered under the Copyright Law. Accordingly, the copyright of computer software is protected under.…..By Bharat Charan –  Posted: 2011/11/25

law Tribal Laws & Customs in India: India’s population includes nearly one hundred million tribal people. These numbers are matched only by the remarkable diversity of India’s tribes.…..By Srabanee Ghosh –  Posted: 2011/11/25

law Protective Discrimination: Our society has always been full of inequalities. It was a caste ridden, stratified hierarchical society, and a particular segment of the society had been denied the bare.
..By Srabanee Ghosh –  Posted: 2011/11/25

law Review of National Education Policy from Student’s Mental Health Perspective: Peaceful and Healthy mind is a good recipient of Knowledge. Therefore Health of Mind defines the health of student.…..By Prof. Ravishankar Mor –  Posted: 2011/11/25

law Corruption in Governance: Human Rights Dimensions: Corruption threatens the rule of law, democracy and human rights; undermines good Governance, fairness and social justice; distorts competition..
..By Ashish Kumar Gill –  Posted: 2011/11/25

law Government of the People, by the People, for the People: Freedom will be bereft of all effectiveness if the people have no access to information. Access to information is basic to the democratic way of life..…..By Ashish Kumar Gill –  Posted: 2011/11/25

law Differences between Justification & Excuses And Mistakes, Necessity & Accidents as Defenses: This article covers the distinction between two closely related aspects of the Indian Penal code..
..By Pallavi Prithviraj Ghorpad –  Posted: 2011/11/24

law Controversies on Euthanasia: ‘Euthanasia’ is the word for ‘mercy killing’ or ‘to end the life’. If a person is suffering from any chronic disease since 30 years or 40 years and if he or she wants to end up his or her…..By Mudit Sahai –  Posted: 2011/11/24

law Role of Indian Judiciary in Environmental Protection: Judicial and Quasi Judicial Bodies for Environmental Protection are the Courts or Authorities established under various environmental Protection.…..By Prof. Ravishankar Mor –  Posted: 2011/11/24

law National Security & Preventive detention: Many believe that stringent laws are required to counter terrorism. This belief is inspired by the logic that such laws will deter terrorists from indulging in acts..…..By Prof. Ravishankar Mor –  Posted: 2011/11/24

law Mens Rea in Statutory Offences : In the field of law, it is important to understand each and every cause of each and every act. Only then can a sound judgment be given in a case.…..By Shashank Shekhar –  Posted: 2011/11/24

law Live in Relationships in Indian Societal Context: Live in relationship is a new concept in India. Though the ‘unmarried couple’ status existed, it was not popular and the term ‘Live in relationship’ .…..By Bindu Doddahatti –  Posted: 2011/11/23

law Importance of Open Source Software for better E-Governance: Open source software is computer software. It is very often developed in a public, collaborative manner. Open source software …..By Bharat Charan–  Posted: 2011/11/23

law Social Security: The International Labour Organisation (ILO) defines Social Security as “the security that society furnishes through appropriate organization against certain risks…...By tanya das –  Posted: 2011/11/23

law  Nuisance – A Tort: The word nuisance is derived from the French word nuire, which means to do hurt, or to annoy. One in possession of a property is entitled as per law to....By tanya das –  Posted: 2011/11/23

law Interest rate structure & it genuineness in India: What might one conclude from the observation that longer-term bonds usually offer higher yields to maturity? One possibility is that longer-term bonds…..By Prateek Sharma –  Posted: 2011/11/23

law Gagan Kanojia And Anr. Vs. State Of Punjab: This case comment will highlight to us the value of circumstantial evidence in a criminal case. In today’s times where crime has become so flawless and where…..By tanya das –  Posted: 2011/11/21

law Workmen Of Dimakuchi Tea Estate V. The Management of Dimakuchi Tea Estate: This case comment helps us understand the scope as to who is a workmen and what is the nature…...By tanya das –  Posted: 2011/11/21

law Utilitarianism: This principle of utilitarianism speaks of greatest good of the greatest number. The legal controversy as to whether a private interest can be sacrificed for the public interest at large is founded…...By tanya das –  Posted: 2011/11/12

law Scope of the Payment of Gratuity Act: The payment of Gratuity Act, came into existence on 21st August, 1972. The Act applied to only certain establishments prior to its amendment…...By Bharat Charan –  Posted: 2011/11/12

law Author’s moral Right: When an artist creates, he expresses an opinion. Whether it is in the form of a painting, a photograph, a motion picture or in any written form, that opinion is of the artist, by the artist…...By Alok Kumar yadav –  Posted: 2011/9/29

law Open Texture of Law & Hard Cases: Law is a set of rules which governs and guides human conduct. Law is said to have an Open texture. By referring law to have an Open texture, it is meant that law……..By Amol Khanna –  Posted: 2011/9/29

law  Bajaj Auto Limited’s Case: The primary object of this article is to explain the importance of the judgment given in the case of Bajaj Auto Limited v. TVS Motor Company Limited and how it will be beneficial ……...By Esha Tyagi –  Posted: 2011/9/29

law Mergers & Acquisitions in Aviation Sector: This paper makes an attempt to give a brief overview of the meaning of M&A, and the regulations dealing with the same in India; it then tries to comprehensively deal…...By Esha Tyagi –  Posted: 2011/9/11

law E-waste management in India: Electronic waste, e-waste, e-scrap or waste electrical and electronic equipment (WEEE) describes loosely discarded, surplus, obsolete; or broken electrical or electronic…....By Bharat Charan –  Posted: 2011/9/11

law Section.8(1)(j) of the RTI Act: RTI Act, 2005 was set up to create transparency in the governance of the country but sometimes people use it as a tool for unwarranted invasion of privacy…...By Manjeet Kumar Sahu –  Posted: 2011/8/31

law India’s Foreign policy from Constitutional Perspective: Constitution of India constitutes India into a Sovereign Socialist, Sovereign and Democratic, republic Nation. Socialist Nation is a Nation which allows ..….By Ravishankar Mor –  Posted: 2011/8/31

law The Role of Indian Judiciary with Special Reference to Global IP Regime: Intellectual Property pertains to invention/creation/innovation of any artistic, literary, scientific creation, concept etc…….By Aniket Pandey –  Posted: 2011/8/31

law IPR protection in outer space activities: Despite the fact that space technology is always one of the most advanced technical area, and outer space activities are, in fact, the fruit of intellectual ….….By Krishanu Das –  Posted: 2011/8/31

law Validity of foreign arbitral awards in India: With the expansion of international trade in recent years, the business world has been increasingly reluctant to litigate in courts of law for differences arising from.….By Swati Nargotra –  Posted: 2011/8/31

law Euthanasia in India: From the moment of his birth, a person is clothed with basic human rights. Right to life is one of the basic as well as fundamental right without which all rights cannot..….By Krishanu Das –  Posted: 2011/8/31

law Can a Legislature supplement the powers of Courts given by a written Constitution, through a Sub-Constitutional Legislation: Under a written Constitution the powers of Executive, Legislature and Judiciary are fully described and under the principle of supremacy of Constitution, all the three organs of a State..….By Sh. Usman Karim-ud-Din –  Posted: 2011/8/31

law Needs of Corporate Governance: Globalization has been accepted as new economic mantra for the world economic progress. Globalization not only heightens the business risks, but also..….By Paramita Bhattacharayya –  Posted: 2011/8/31

law Scope of Mamlatdar Court Act,1906: his article gives a clear description of the scope and object of Mamlatdar court act and jurisdiction of the court as well as functions and power of Mamlatdar Court ….….By Shraddha ojha –  Posted: 2011/8/31

law Retrenchment under Industrial Dispute Act, 1947: When a company or government goes through retrenchment, it reduces outgoing money or expenditures or redirects focus in an attempt to become ….….By Shraddha ojha –  Posted: 2011/8/31

law Hart’s View on Legal Enforcement of Morals: this article gives an overview on the concept of Hart’s view on legal enforcement of morals and describe the primary rules of obligation and secondary….….By Shraddha ojha –  Posted: 2011/8/24

law Implementation of the Costal Zone Management Policy in State of Gujarat: this article in its first half give a brief introduction about coastal resources of gujarat and deals with the notification and legal regime…….By Shraddha ojha –  Posted: 2011/8/24

law The Bhopal Gas Tragedy: Its long time since that heart rending aftermath and havoc took place. Even heart trembles recapturing those memories of the past as 40 tons of the deadly methyl isocyanate….By Aniket Pandey –  Posted: 2011/8/24

law Arbitration An Analysis: History of Arbitration Law , How Christianity , The Bible were the Base for the Law , what the Lord Jesus Christ said about it, Papal Arbitration , Indian Prelegal era etc…….By Dr. R. Stephen Louie –  Posted: 2011/8/24

law Gender Justice and Indian Labour: Women constitute half the population of the society and it is presumed that best creation belong to the women. But it is a harsh reality that women have been ill-treated….By irwin cheema –  Posted: 2011/8/24

law So you think 433 (e) of the Companies Act,1956 can be taken for a ride: if you are one of those corporate individuals who know that court can not be taken for a ride, please don’t read this article…….By Isha Mehta –  Posted: 2011/8/24

law Future scope of fuel free bikes and automobiles in India: Currently, in India, air pollution is widespread in urban areas where vehicles are the major contributors and in a few other areas with a high…..….By Saarth Dhingra –  Posted: 2011/8/24

law Urgent Need of Privacy Laws In India: It is indeed very important for any individual to safeguard his personal life and issues which ought to be a secret in his life. The Indian government should..….By Shivangi Raman –  Posted: 2011/8/24

law Doctrine Of Priority In Property Law: The determination of the relative rights and priorities of successive assignees of the same or overlapping rights has been a serious problem for the Courts ..….By Pallavi Prithviraj Ghorpade –  Posted: 2011/8/24

law Abuse of Administrative Discretion: Discretion in layman’s language means choosing from amongst the various available alternatives without reference to any predetermined criterion, no matter how fanciful…By Laksheyender Kumar –  Posted: 2011/8/24

law Fundamental Principles of Environmental Protection: The concept of sustainable use of earth’s resource is an ancient one. Without the principles of sustainability as a way of life, humans would not have…By Laksheyender Kumar –  Posted: 2011/8/24

law Keyword Trademark Infringement – A Country wise Analysis: An insight into the current problem of trademark infringement by the use of marks as keywords in search engines…….By Shashank Shekhar –  Posted: 2011/8/23

law Sea Piracy – The Legal lacunae that exist: Sea Piracy, in its original and strict meaning, is ever unauthorized act of violence committed by a private vessel against another vessel with intent to plunder….By Aditya Dutta –  Posted: 2011/8/23

law Assessment of Income From House Property: Income from house property is one of the important heads of income under the Income Tax Act. The tax payers have been, in particular, keen to know about….By Laksheyender Kumar –  Posted: 2011/8/23

law FDI Retail in India: India has kept its retail sector closed from foreign investment for quite a few years, the reason being that the retail trade in India generates employment….By ijbjbKasturi Verma –  Posted: 2011/8/23

law Women’s Education In India: Woman’s education in India has been one of the major issues of concern of the Government of India as well as the society at large…….By Amola Darekar –  Posted: 2011/8/23

law Wheels of Progress in Society – Law, Justice & Common Man: This article deals with need and importance of time element in litigation. This article refers to the problem faced by the…….By Vagisha Pragya Vacaknavi –  Posted: 2011/8/23

law Category-wise Analysis of Awarded Cases related to compensation to the Bhopal Gas Victims: he present article deals with various categories on basis of which compensation was disbursed….By Ankur Shrivastava –  Posted: 2011/8/23

law Anti-Terrorism Laws: t is the ‘great right of self defence  from which the moral justification to all anti-terrorism laws is derived. The term terrorism comes from the French word ….By Rishabh Juneja –  Posted: 2011/8/15

law Water Rights: is without doubt the most important common resource of the people. A major constituent of all living matter, it is indispensable for survival….By kazim ibrahim –  Posted: 2011/8/15

law Mergers & Acquisitions in Aviation Sector: his paper makes an attempt to give a brief overview of the meaning of Mergers and Acquisitions, and the regulations dealing with the same in India; it then tries to….By Esha Tyagi –  Posted: 2011/8/15

law Sterlite Industries Ltd’s Buyout of Asarco LLC: Through this paper the author would try to analyze the whole case of Sterlite Industries Ltd’s buyout of Asarco LLC and deal with the US Bankruptcy procedure for asset….By Esha Tyagi –  Posted: 2011/8/15

law Law of Tort And Sports Litigation: The word tort has been derived from the Latin term tortum, which means to twist. It means and includes those conducts which are not straight or lawful, but twisted, crooked….By Vagisha P. Vacaknavi –  Posted: 2011/8/15

law Infrastructure Project Financing: he availability of infrastructure facilities is a necessity for the overall development of our country. Today, there is a need to focus on enhancing the quantity as well.….By Meghna Bhaskar –  Posted: 2011/8/15

law MAT – Its Relevance in Corporate Restructuring: In today’s world of growing economies and fast paced globalization , major companies across the globe, both domestic and international…….By Meghna Bhaskar –  Posted: 2011/8/15

law Unmanned drones – Whether justified under IHL: Questions arise as to whether the use of unmanned drones in armed attack is justified under principles of International Humanitarian Law.….By Smita Rajmohan –  Posted: 2011/8/12

law Natural Basis of Family Rights: Family law in India is no way a monolithic legal system. The term denotes mainly the law governing the two major communities and all moves…..By Mohammad Saeed Husain –  Posted: 2011/8/12

law Corporate Social Responsibility: Corporate Social Responsibility is day by day becoming an important activity to business whether national or international. These corporations have progressively…..By Pooja Pareek –  Posted: 2011/8/12

law The Calculation of Damages in EPC Contracts in India: The engineering & construction industry, especially that in India, is dynamic and highly volatile, making it susceptible to tremendous amounts of litigation…..By Aniruddha Ghosh –  Posted: 2011/8/12

law Are the Indian Disability Laws just a sham: he article examines the requirement for a new Indian Disability law. It delves deeper into the need for a new disability law in India and comparison…..By Sankalp Kapoor –  Posted: 2011/8/3

law Jurisprudence: The word jurisprudence is derived from a latin word jurisprudentia which in its widest sense, means knowledge of law…..By Anupom chakraborty –  Posted: 2011/8/3

law Abuse of Dominant Position: Dominant position as being created when one or more undertakings in a particular market use their position in that market to determine economic parameters such as price, supply…..By Shilpi –  Posted: 2011/8/3

law The Employees Deposit-linked Insurance Fund Scheme: The EPF & MP Act, 1952 provided for a provident fund and a family pension scheme for employees from 1971 onwards. However it was felt that problems….By S –  Posted: 2011/8/3

law Austin, Hart and Kelson on Sanction as an integral part of law: The term “sanction” is derived from Roman law. Sanction was originally that part of the statute which established a penalty or made other provisions…..By Sujay Dixit  –  Posted: 2011/8/3

law His Holiness Keshvananda Bharti vs State Of Kerala with reference to Agrarian Reforms in India:  is a landmark decision of the Supreme Court of India. It is the basis for the power of the Indian judiciary to review…..By Sujay Dixit –  Posted: 2011/8/3

law Principles & Procedure of conciliation under Arbitration & Conciliation Act 1996: it is the short study of the principles and procedures of conciliation under Arbitration and Conciliation act 1996…..By Sujay Dixit –  Posted: 2011/7/21

law SEBI: Consent Orders & Compounding Of Offences: SEBI refers to Securities Exchange Board of India which was first established in the year 1988 as a non-statutory body for regulating….By Shagun Singhal –  Posted: 2011/7/21

law A Misinterpretation & Un-Called Construction Of Section 114 Of Evidence Act: Live-In-Relationship: This Article discusses the judgments of the Honourable Supreme Court of India whereby it has been mandated…..By inb1989 –  Posted: 2011/7/19

law Judgment on Admissions: An analysis on Order XII Rule 6 of C.P.C, 1908……..By Upasana Kawat –  Posted: 2011/7/19

law Maneka Gandhi’s Case and Personal Liberty: Maneka Gandhi’s case is not only a landmark case for the interpretation of Article 21 but it also gave an entirely new viewpoint to look at the Chapter III…..By Surya Bhan Singh Billawria –  Posted: 2011/7/18

law Sexual Harassment at Workplace: Sexual harassment is a common problem affecting all women in this world irrespective of the profession that they are in, but legal system is sleeping and so they……..By Anshul Agrawal –  Posted: 2011/7/18

law When does right to hearing transform into right to fair hearing: Generally people get confused between right to hearing and right to fair hearing. Through this article an attempt has been made to clearly depict…..By Rajib Hassan –  Posted: 2011/7/18

law Do We Need Gender Biased Laws: DVAct: India has always been portrayed as a fine mosaic of culture and tradition. An integral part of this image has been the respectable status of women. Vedic era……By Sanjana –  Posted: 2011/7/18

law Cultural Crimes: Rise in the cultural crimes has of lately been a matter of immense consideration at both national and international level. One of the most barbaric of such crimes is the honor killing…..By Sanjana Mittal –  Posted: 2011/7/18

law Forming of Company In India: The Companies Act of 1956 sets down rules for the establishment of both public and private companies. The most commonly used corporate form is the limited ….By Arnav –  Posted: 2011/7/18

law LML Piaggio Case: The case study focuses on the breakup of the joint venture agreement between LML Ltd., and the Italian automobile major, Piaggio. The case deals with the various developments…..By Ankit Rajgarhia –  Posted: 2011/7/18

law Anti Dilution Protection: Anti Dilution Protection to the existing investors during the second round of financing at a lower rate than the first round of financing…..By Yamini Khurana –  Posted: 2011/7/18

law Pious obligation of Daughters the Modern Perspective: Feminist movements have questioned ‘male-stream’ thinking in ways that have struck at discriminatory status quo in politics, society as well as the…..By Anshumaan Bahadur –  Posted: 2011/6/24

law Liberalisation of the Law relating to Foreign Institutional Investment and its Impact on Economic Development: In recent years particularly in developing countries including India, there has been increased…..By Rashmi perumal –  Posted: 2011/6/24

law Schedule X of our Indian Constitution-a myth or a reality: this article deals with the anti-defection law mentioned under schedule X of our Indian Constitution. this law was added into our Constitution after…..By Akshay Goel –  Posted: 2011/6/24

law Attaining Competitiveness through Competition: A competitive nature is as necessary to human well-being as is food, sleep & exercise. It is the driving force that situations us to generate……By Aniket Pandey –  Posted: 2011/6/24

law Federalism in India: The constitutional law consists both of legal in the strict sense and of usages , commonly called as conventions, which without being enacted are accepted as binding by all…..By Arnav Raj Chakravorty –  Posted: 2011/6/24

law Evolving Facets of National Security: The interplay of the economic and technological concerns in the process of globalization, and the proliferation of low cost wars, through terror groups…….By Bhavya Solanki –  Posted: 2011/6/24

law Over-crowding of Civil Jails: this article describes the situation of civil jails in India which are over crowded due to pending cases……By Bhavya Solanki –  Posted: 2011/6/24

law Section 25 of The Trade Marks Act, 1999: The present paper deals with the nature of the sending of notice by the Registrar under section 25 of the TM Act, 1999 enacted by the Parliament of India……..By Paramjeet Singh Berwal –  Posted: 2011/6/24

law Health Care During Armed Conflict: The meaning of armed conflict is to open and declared conflict between the armed forces of two or more states or nations. There are mainly two types of armed conflict……By Reema Roy –  Posted: 2011/6/24

law Laws Relating to Mines & Minerals in India: The essence of federalism lies in the sharing of legal sovereignty by the Union and the federating units. And, in general, the most precise way of demarcating…..By Sachin Saurabh –  Posted: 2011/6/24

law Clinical Trial Regulation In India: Drug development is a process that calls for utmost care. An error can cause fatal result. Clinical trials are developed in such a way that it not only helps the discovery…..By deepak balakrishnan nair –  Posted: 2011/6/24

law Irretrievable Breakdown of Marriage: The Law Commission of India as well as judiciary demands the inclusion of irretrievable break down as marriage as a special ground for divorce…..By Shishir Shrivastava –  Posted: 2011/6/24

law Section 91(1) CrPc: An analysis of Constitutional Validity: The entire procedure specified in the Code of criminal procedure, 1973 is based on principle of justice and fairness……By Shishir Shrivastava –  Posted: 2011/6/24

law Laws related to waiver of forfeiture & waiver of notice to quit: Sec 111 of the Transfer of Property Act, 1882(herein after referred as Act) talks about determination of lease. For example, by efflux……By Saifur rahman faridi –  Posted: 2011/5/27

law Arbitration & Public International Law: In the long march of mankind from cave to the computer a central role has always been played by the id ea of law…….By Nupur Kumar –  Posted: 2011/5/16

law Ethics- Professional Vs Personal, Law Ethics, Intellectual Property: This article is written on legal ethics and the ethical code of conduct of the lawyers. It also talks about the Intellectual property…….By Vividh Sharad Tandon –  Posted: 2011/5/16

law Plea-Bargaining: Present Status in India: This is a bit new concept under Indian Law which was introduced after the amendment Act of 2005 in Code of Criminal Procedure. it is showing the present…….By Hitesh Agrawal –  Posted: 2011/5/13

law Regionalism & Regional Trade Regulation: Regionalism is playing and important role the development of a region. Though it is criticized that it is hindering the development of the multilateral trading…….By kaushik dhar –  Posted: 2011/5/12

law Should Women Be Given Coparcenary Rights: Since time immemorial the framing of all property laws have been exclusively for the benefit of man, and woman has been treated as subservient …….By Pallavi Prithviraj Ghorpade –  Posted: 2011/5/11

law Development Of Laws Relating To Marine Insurance In India: Marine Insurance is not of recent origin. Its existence can be traced back to several centuries. Questions concerning it have naturally been…….By Ruturaj Shinde –  Posted: 2011/5/10

law Goods & Services Tax – Feasibilty in India: Goods and Services Tax is a tax on goods and services, which will be levied at each point of sale or provision of service…….By Navreet kaur –  Posted: 2011/5/5

law Micro Finance & The Indian Economy: Micro Finance is an emerging concept which plays a vital role in the development of the low-income groups. It acts as building block of our economy. …….By Shipra Bhosle –  Posted: 2011/5/5

law Private Nuisance in Tort Law: The imprecise boundaries of what exactly constitutes private nuisance makes the task of providing an exhaustive definition of the tort almost impossible……..By Vineet Bhalla –  Posted: 2011/5/5

law Liability for Psychiatric Injury: The issue of recovery of damages for negligently inflicted psychiatric harm is widely regarded as not only highly ridiculous and illogical,…….By Vineet Bhalla –  Posted: 2011/5/5

law Anti-Terrorism Laws: Terrorism has immensely affected India. The reasons for terrorism in India may vary vastly from religious to geographical to caste to history……..By Aditi Singh –  Posted: 2011/5/5

law Case Comment on Priyadarshini Matoo case: This shocking statement of the Additional Sessions Judge, G.P. Thareja in Ms. Priyadarshini Mattoo case, while acquitting the accused reflects the……..By Richa Srivastava –  Posted: 2011/5/5

law Administrative law: According to the definition of Sir Ivon Jennings Administrative Law can be defined as a law relating to administration. It determines the organization, powers and duties of administrative…….By Chitwan Sethi –  Posted: 2011/5/5

law Taxing Foreign Income of Company: Taxation of foreign income entails the taxation by one country of income that its residents earn in another country. Tax incidence of an individual solely depends……..By Karandeep Kaur –  Posted: 2011/5/5

law Human Rights dimension of a healthy environment: Man and nature have, since the inception of mankind, shared a symbiotic relationship. Each individual is entitled to a healthy environment………By Vera Shrivastav –  Posted: 2011/5/5

law Gender Justice: A Comparative Study of U.K., U.S.A., E.U. & India: Over the centuries, as traditional patriarchal customs and laws became more deeply entrenched, women’s lives……..By Vera Shrivastav –  Posted: 2011/5/5

law Politicians, Police & Criminal nexus: Rule of law is the cornerstone of a democratic country. It is the cement of the Indian society to make it function in an ideal manner………By Srideep Mishra –  Posted: 2011/5/5

law Is Capitalism dead: its about the theories of capitalism and whether the current need of today’s time is capitalism or any other economic system…..By Sujay Dixit –  Posted: 2011/5/5

law Honour Killing A Bane Or A Boon: Honour Killing refers to the killing of family members, mainly females, in order to keep up the family pride, which they are said to harm by doing any shameful act…….By Arnav –  Posted: 2011/5/5

law Juvenile delinquency: Juvenile delinquency refers to the antisocial or criminal activity of the child (below 16 years of age for boys and 18 years for girls) which violates the law…..By Arnav –  Posted: 2011/5/5

law Judicial Accountability of Grameen Banks: he hypothesis of this research article is that the Grameen Bank of Bangladesh has successfully used both formal and informal participatory methods……..By Shishir Akhouri –  Posted: 2011/5/5

law Restorative Justice & Weaker Sections: Restorative Justice is a problem-solving approach to crime which involves the parties themselves, and the community generally, in an active……..By Shubhneet Inderjit & Kaur Karandeep Kaur –  Posted: 2011/5/5

law Writs in Indian society & its execution: In India Article 32 and 226 of the Constitution gives power to the Supreme Court and High Court to issue writs in case of breach of Fundamental rights of any citizen……..By Pallavi Prithviraj Ghorpade –  Posted: 2011/5/5

law How to Control Increasing Corruption: Corruption means lack of integrity. Some advantages, inconsistent with official duty & the rights of others. It is not only about bribery, it also relates to the abuse……..By Pallavi Prithviraj Ghorpade –  Posted: 2011/5/5

law Trade Secrets as an Intellectual Property Right Under Indian Law: Virtually any useful information can qualify as a trade secret. It need not rise to the dignity of an invention; a discovery is enough, even……..By Praveen kumar –  Posted: 2011/5/5

University of Canterbury School of Law

10 Apr

University of Canterbury School of Law
Founded in 1873, is well established as one of the leading research and teaching Law Schools in New Zealand. With a long history of academic scholarship, the UC School of Law enjoys a well-deserved reputation for excellence in teaching, high quality writing and research as well as for producing outstanding graduates…

Law schools in India

10 Apr

Symbiosis Law School
established in June 1977, was affiliated in the beginning to University of Pune. Further, the important stride was made in 2002 when SLS became the constituent college of the Symbiosis International University. Thereby, SLS gained an enhanced degree of autonomy in teaching, learning & research. Its goal of being one of the topmost Law colleges and is proud to have become the alma mater of various legal luminaries….

National Law University (Jodhpur)
Is one of the first institutions in India to offer degrees viz. B.B.A., LL.B. (Hons.); B.A., LL.B. (Hons.); and B.Sc., LL.B. (Hons.) at the undergraduate level. The compulsory subjects prescribed by the Bar Council of India are taught from a comparative perspective with emphasis on the interface between law and management / finance / science / economics…

ILS Law College
The Indian Law Society was established in 1923 as a Public Charitable Trust registered under the Societies Registration Act. The Indian Law Society established the Law College in 1924, which has since then established itself as a premier institute for legal studies in India. In 2004, the ILS Law College was accredited the A+ level by NAAC…

National Law School of India (Bangalore)
NLSIU is an autonomous institution with a “Deemed University” status from the UGC. The institute came into existence in 1987 and the first batch of students joined on July 1, 1988 in the integrated five year B.A., LL.B. (Hons.) Course. The Chief Justice of India is Visitor of the NLSIU and the Chairman of the Bar Council of India is the Chairman of the General Council of the School…


law colleges in India

10 Apr

Murdoch Law School
The Mission of Murdoch Law School is to provide a rigorous and intellectually challenging legal education to its students. Murdoch Law School strives to combine a tradition of excellence in legal education with new innovative programs which prepare students for the practice of law in a changing world….

Sydney Law School
Established in 1855, the Sydney Law School has made a significant contribution to the Australian judiciary, politics and public life. Many of its graduates have become leaders in their fields including Prime Ministers of Australia, a President of the World Bank and Chief Justices of the High Court of Australia and the Supreme Court of NSW. The Law School is notable for its strong links to the practicing profession, barristers, judges..

Oxford Law School
Oxford has the largest law faculty in the United Kingdom, with 90 members who hold University posts, with more than 50 other Faculty members. The British government’s 2008 Research Assessment Exercise showed that substantially more top-rated research activity went on in Law at Oxford from 2001-2007, than in any other university in the UK….

Nottingham Law School
Conveniently located in the heart of Nottingham, Nottingham Law School and the University benefit from extensive local, national and international transport links. Nottingham Law School is one of the largest university law schools in the UK with a reputation for innovation and delivering the highest standards of legal training and education. Our mission is to prepare students for their future careers and we have a proven track record in graduate employability. The School’s credentials speak for themselves…

For more than 110 years, PittLaw has prepared students to become excellent attorneys and leaders in both the legal profession and in society. Today, Pitt Law builds on this proud history by training lawyers to take on the opportunities and challenges of 21st century legal practice in the United States and around the world…..

ITM Law School:
Is a next generation Law School established with the object of providing world class legal education, which aims at preparing legal professionals who will play decisive leadership roles, not only as advocates practicing in courts, but also as academics, legislators, judges, policy makers, public officials, civil society activists as well as legal counsel in the private sector, maintaining the highest standards of professional ethics and a spirit of public service…

Stanford Law School
Stanford first offered a curriculum in legal studies in 1893, when the university hired its first two law professors: former President Benjamin Harrison giving lectures on Constitutional and International Law ,and Nathan Abbott. Abbott was given control over the program, and assembled a small faculty over the next few years.

Cornell Law School
When Andrew Dickson White began to lay plans for a law department at Cornell University, he wrote that he wanted to educate “not swarms of hastily prepared pettifoggers, but a fair number of well-trained, large-minded, morally-based lawyers in the best sense…” He hoped graduates of the school would become a blessing to the country, at the bar, on the bench, and in various public bodies.

Harvard law school
Located in historic Cambridge, Massachusetts, Harvard Law School offers its students a challenging, supportive atmosphere and access to its unmatched array of course and academic offerings, a global alumni network and a bustling campus life. Harvard Law School offers an energetic and creative learning environment, a diverse and dedicated faculty whose expertise spans….

West Bengal National University of Juridical Sciences – WBNUJS
The West Bengal National University of Juridical Sciences was established under the WBNUJS Act, 1999 (West Bengal Act IX of 1999) adopted by the West Bengal Legislature in July, 1999.The University was notified under Clause (f) of Section 2 of the UGC Act, 1956 in August 2004 and has been granted permanent affiliation by the Bar Council of India in July 2005….

Lloyd Law College
Greater Noida is located at the Hindon embankment in the lush green pollution free environment a living Singapore of the biggest knowledge hub of India, surrounded by some of the biggest education houses and noted multinational corporations in one of the best planned, properly regulated, most spacious, environment friendly and infra – structurally developed cities in North India,…

National Law University, Delhi
Established in 2008 by Act No.1 of 2008 of National Capital Territory of Delhi and with the initiative of High Court of Delhi is another Law University in the list of premier law Universities established in India. The vision of the University is to create a Global Legal Institution which will compete…

National Law Institute University (Bhopal)
has been successful in instilling a sense of broad perspective along with scholastic and reflexive capabilities bearing in mind larger national and humanitarian goals in its students Legal education never received the attention it deserved in this country. It is a paradox that the Constitution ushered in the ideal of rule of law and adopted the policy of development through law…..