ACT OF GOD AND FRUSTRATION OF CONTRACT AMID COVID-19

Jay Gajbhiye and Ankesh, both 2nd year Law students of National Law University Odisha, describes the concept of Act of God and it’s repercussions on the performance of contractual obligations amid Covid-19 pandemic.

OVERVIEW OF DOCTRINE OF SEPARABILITY IN INDIA

Himanshu Vashistha and Kanchan, both 4th year students of Faculty of Law, Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi discusses the Doctrine of Separability with help of various judgments given by the honourable Courts.

SECULARISM: THE BASIC STRUCTURE

Govind Kumar, a 2nd year law student of Banaras Hindu University discusses the concept of Secularism as the Basic Structure of Indian Constitution.

THE PRINCIPLE OF INTER-GENERATIONAL EQUITY

Sruthi Kannan, a 3rd year student of Sree Narayana Guru College of Legal Studies, Kerala highlights the principle of Inter-generational Equity with respect to relationship between mankind and environment.

LEGAL COMPETENCE TO COMBAT THE CONTAGION

Srishti Baniyal, a third year law student of University of Allahabad analyzes the legal competency of India to combat the Epidemic situations and exigency to introduce reforms.

GENDER-BASED VIOLENCE: AN EMERGING PANDEMIC

Naina Bora and Devika Bansal, both 3rd year law students of Gujarat National Law University, Gandhinagar discusses the surge in Gender based violence amidst the COVID-19 pandemic along with the directions given by the High Courts of J&K and Delhi on this issue.

FEDERALISM IN TIMES OF PANDEMIC

Rishi Raj Mukherjee, 1st year student of National University of Study and Research in Law, Ranchi analyzes the manifold challenges associated with the Indian federalism at the time of pandemic.

THE LOCKDOWN: LAW STUDENTS & EDUCATION

Aashi Sharma, a 4th year student of Vivekananda Institute of Professional Studies, Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University, New Delhi analyzes the impact of the pandemic on education sector.

DOMICILE STATUS OF WIDOWS IN INDIA: A DELAYED AMENDMENT

Dhriti Mitra and Pranay Tuteja, both, students of Symbiosis Law School, Pune explains the lacunae in law regarding the Domicile status of Widows in India and the problems they face concerning their right to inherit immovable property.

MIGRANT CRISIS: THE HARSH REALITY OF OUR BROKEN SYSTEM

Manasvi Bhatt, a fourth year student of University of Petroleum and Energy Studies, Dehradun analyses the sufferings of the migrant labourers and the responsibility of the government for their safe return and rehabilitation.

SORRY STATE OF MIGRANT WORKERS – THE STATE IS NOT SORRY!

Swarna Latha, a practicing lawyer of Madras High Court, expresses her opinion on the untold sufferings of the inter-state migrant labourers and the responsibility of the government for their safe return and rehabilitation.

SUSPENSION OF LABOUR LAW DURING COVID-19

Shubhangi Soni and Ayush Pal, both Second year law students from Faculty of law, Banaras Hindu University, discusses the effect of suspension of labour laws amidst the covid pandemic on Indian labourers.

LIFE AFTER PRISON- A FORSAKEN NARRATIVE

Mollshree Pareek, a 3rd year law student from Himachal Pradesh National Law University, Shimla highlights the plight and reverberations of individuals after being released from prison.

THE FUTURE OF THE INTERNATIONAL COURT OF JUSTICE

Samridhi Talwar, a 3rd year Law Student from University School of Law and Legal Studies, GGSIPU discusses the future of the principal judicial organ of United Nations : International Court of Justice.

U.S. – Taliban Agreement Prospects for Peace & Stability

Sarthak Sharma, a 3rd year Law student from Army Institute of Law, Mohali throws light upon the US-Taliban Agreement, the history that eventuated the aforementioned Agreement and the possibility of coveted peace that the agreement withholds.

SPECIAL EDUCATION LAW IN THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

Garima Singh, a law graduate from University of Petroleum and Energy Studies, Dehradun discuss Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA), 2004 which throws light upon the need for laws that govern the mental health of children in Educational aspect.

Prosecutor’s Fallacy and the Role of Statistics in Delivering Justice

Shreya Sharma, a Third year student at National Law University, Odisha, analyzes Prosecuter’s Fallacy, its use and misuse and the role of Bayes Theorem in determining odds of a case. A brief overview of Defense Attorney’s Fallacy along with the landmark judgments has been encompassed to comprehend the role of Statistics in Justice Delivery.

RIGHTS OF INDIAN PRISONERS DURING COVID-19

Tamanna Gupta, a Third year student at Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law, Punjab, reviews various rights accorded to prisoners across the country during Covid-19.