We've received nearly 150 entries for the competition, a large proportion of which were received very close to the last date of submission! No surprises there :)
The date of announcement of results has thus been extended to October 30th.
Thank you for your entries and best of luck!
Participants can submit an abstract on topic of their interest before October 15th 2014. Only those students, whose abstracts are selected, will be allowed to participate in the competition. The abstracts should be sent to [email protected] before the submission deadline.
1. Use and Regulation of Electronic Surveillance in India
2. Use of Scientific Methods (i.e. Narco-Analysis, Brain Mapping) for collection of Evidence in criminal trials.
3. Prevention of Lavish Marriages in India
The world longs for peace. Peace is achievable, yet, in today’s scenario, it seems elusive. Why? Have we become so inefficient that we humans cannot have peace? Is it such a distant dream? What is peace? Peace is NOT a mere absence of war. It is something positive. It is the presence of contentment, prosperity,
The theme is broad in nature. The participants can also take up any particular section/ issue/ changes introduced or any new concept incorporated for writing under the International law. THEME: INTERNATIONAL MARITIME PIRACY IN THE HORN OF AFRICA : INTERNATIONAL LEGAL & POLITICAL RAMIFICATION
The 3rd Independent Thought National Legal Essay Competition 2014 focuses on the issue of child abuse and the present legal mechanisms to combat it. The topic for this year’s competition is Marital Rape within prohibited Child Marriages.
Bharati Vidyapeeth University New Law College is hosting the first ever Western Rounds of Surana & Surana National Trial Advocacy Moot Court Competition & Judgment Writing Competition on Criminal Law between 22nd to 24th August, 2014 in Pune.
Reema Ray (27 May 1982 – 6 September 2013): Reema was a student of the second batch of NUJS, and graduated in 2006. Her family, friends and colleagues remember her as a rare person with exceptional qualities of heart and mind. Reema was an extremely well-regarded corporate lawyer working in one of India’s leading law
Are we doomed to accept a much more territorially segregated internet in which States or regions erect cyber-borders in an effort to uphold their peculiar cultural, political or legal values as well as protect national economic interests? In other words, to what extent is the future of the Internet emerging as one delineated by sub-global