TLA 1st Pinky Anand National Legal Essay Competition 2016: Results

First published on 10th May, 2016.

Results

First Prize:

Mr Tanmay Yadav, Law Centre II, Faculty Law, University of Delhi, LL.B, 3rd year and Ms. Abhishree Saujanya, School of Law, GITAM University, BBA LL.B 5th year

Second Prize:

Mr. Abhishek Kumar Tirpathi, NUALS Kochi, B.A. LL.B (Hons.), 3rd year

Third Prize:

Mr. Shantanu Pachauri NLIU, Bhopal, B.A. LL.B (Hons.) 3rd year

TLA 1 ST Pinky Anand National Legal Essay Competition

The Lords Advocate (TLA) is a non-profit association constituting students, academicians and lawyers from different parts of India, working together to establish a healthy development of justice and equality in India. The Lords Advocate is dedicated to the promotion and welfare of law students all over India.

The Lords Advocate is a young organization which brought forward its successful journal ‘International Journal of Advanced Research in Law and Social Science’ receiving overwhelming participation aims to gather a larger audience for its 1st Pinky Anand National Essay Competition powered by Manupatra.

About the Competition

With the first edition of The Pinky Anand National Essay Competition, our organization aims to provide a platform to the students enrolled in law schools and colleges all over the country to express their views on topics based on the Privacy Law of our Country.

PANEC offers an educational exposure through a research based learning approach. And for this reason we have chosen the topic which is of a higher public value.

Ms Pinky Anand, the Additional Solicitor General of India, is an Indian lawyer designated as a senior advocate and is also a politician.

She is an erudite speaker, writer and active in social issues. She is a well-known speaker on media and International and National Conferences. Being an expert in the constitutional law, property law, privacy law and many other legal arenas, she is the best guide in the area of research the essay encompasses.

The Lords Advocate has tried to go beyond the mundane subjects to throw light on the dynamic facets of law, and students by way of participating in this competition would be able to enhance their overall personality and hone their professional skills.

Therefore, the Lords Advocate brings forward a golden opportunity through PANEC’16 for law students nationwide to be a part of an enriching and resourceful learning experience.

Topic of the Essay Competition

Is Right to Privacy a Fundamental Right under the Indian Constitutional scheme and is UIDAI violative of Individual’s Right to Privacy?

Prizes

The top 3 entries would be published on Lawctopus.

1st Prize:

Kindle Ebook Reader

Full site subscription of Manupatra for 6 months.

Certificate

2nd Prize:

Cash: Rs. 4000/-

Full site subscription of Manupatra for 6 months.

Certificate

3rd Prize:

Cash: Rs. 2000

Full site subscription of Manupatra for 6 months.

Certificate

 All students participating in the competition shall be issued participation certificates.

Important Dates

Submission Deadline: 15th June, 2016

Announcement of Results: 21st July, 2016

Registration Fee

Nil

Submission Procedure

Students interested to participate in the competition are required to submit a soft copy of their completed essay on or before June 15 th 2016, at [email protected]

Guidelines

Click HERE.

Brochure

Click HERE.

Contact

All queries and submissions must be sent to [email protected]

Varun Suri – +91- 8447163608 and Aman Shukla – +91- 8130059110

Facebook Page Link is HERE.

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Comments Till Now

  1. When will the results be anounced?

  2. Hublabloo says:

    I’d prefer the second prize over 1st prize. Not even kidding.

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