Having hosted multiple competitions and seminars on a range of Legal issues, VidhiaAagaz publishes two International Journals “International Journal of Law Management & Humanities (IJLMH)”, [ISSN 2581-5369], “International Journal of Legal Science and Innovation (IJLSI)”, [ISSN 2581-9453]. Additionally, VidhiAagaz has also have 3 –book series under its name.
Further, VidhiAagaz also boasts of a diversified editorial board from as vast as 6 Countries being India, France, Ethiopia, Nigeria, Indonesia and Ireland.
About the Competition
With the aim of furthering research and innovation, VidhiAagaz brings to fore, an opportunity for students to portray their knowledge and writing skills on topics of crucial significance.
Law students from both 5-year integrated course as well as 3-Year LLB course and pursuing LLM Degree.
Mr. R.P. Kesharwani: An Advocate with an experience of more than 30 years in the legal sector. Legal Advisor to 14 Top-notch Insurance Companies including ICICI Lombard GIC Ltd., Bajaj Allianz GIC Ltd., Iffco Tokio GIC Ltd., SBI GIC Ltd. etc.
Ms. Riya Gulati: Presently working at Law Offices of Caro Kinsella (US Immigration Attorneys), Dublin. She has completed her LLB from BVDU, Pune, India where she stood as the University Topper in 2016 and further pursued LLM from University College Dublin, Ireland where she was awarded with UCD Global Scholarship in 2017.
Winner: Cash Prize of 3000 INR + Free Publication of Article
First Runners up: Cash Prize of 2000 INR + Free Publication of Article
Second Runner up: Cash Prize of 1000 INR + Free Publication of Article
20% off voucher for publication to every deserving participant.
E-certificate of Participation to all the participants for submitting their work.
Students can feel free to connect with Ms. Akhsita at vidhiaagaz[at]gmail.com.
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