If speech rights only protected polite comments that everyone could agree with, we wouldn’t need them.
At different points, even France's devoutly secular politicians have questioned whether the magazine went too far.
French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius once asked of its cartoons, "Is it really sensible or intelligent to pour oil on the fire?"
Vahura in collaboration with Lawctopus is conducting an All India Study, to enable law aspirants, their parents and law students make an informed choice about the legal education in the country. In order to conduct the exercise, we are recruiting law students as interns for a one month long project. Batch II: January 1-January 30
Kindly intimate your participation by email to [email protected] or [email protected] on or before 15th of January 2015. Only 80 participants will be admitted for the workshop on first come first serve basis.
Or Wait! -Let's put it this way - Little did Sakshi TV & the moral brigade know that messing with law students isn't the wisest thing to do Particularly, if they were associated with one of the top law schools of the country. By Ryan Wilson, RMLNLU
The course has been created by lawyers who are specialists in this area and have worked in some of the best Indian and international firms such as Allen & Overy, Simmons & Simmons, Clifford Chance, Amarchand Mangaldas, AZB, and Luthra and Luthra.
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Those interested in attending this training should send their CVs and a 200 word statement of interest on how this training would be beneficial to them to [email protected] or [email protected] by 16 November 2014.
American lawyer Kimberley Motley is the only Western litigator in Afghanistan's courts; as her practice expands to other countries, she thinks deeply about how to build the capacity of rule of law globally.
NOTE: Kimberley has agreed to answer questions by Lawctopus' readers. That's wow, right?
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