By Ria Jain, UILS, Panjab University Editor’s Note: Many of the civil cases coming to the courts today involve disputes regarding property and its alienation.
By Aishwarya Talwar, Amity University Editor’s Note: The Indian judiciary had gone through several phased changes since its inception. From the positivist era to the
By Ayush Choudhary, Amity Law School Centre-2 Noida Editor’s Note: The aftermath of the Nirbhaya Rape case in December 2012 was an overaching amendement to s. 376
By Ayush Choudhary, Amity Law School Centre-2, Noida Editor’s Note: In an era of incerasing academic engagement that includes several disciplines under one subject, it is
By Yashmita Editors Note: The doctrine of separation of powers is essentially what fortifies the three pillars of democracy. Without such a demarcation, the point of such
By Anonymous Editor’s Note: Refugee situations and statelessness are two of the most pertinent issues today in International Law. There are millions of displaced persons
By Anonymous Editor’s Note: Gurus, or teachers have always been thought of as the most noble, most selfless beings. They have always been thought of
By Gurratan Wander, RGNUL and Harsimrat Kaur, Army Institute of Law, Mohali “Editor’s Note: More often than not, most discourses pertaining to criminal law, or the commission