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.
Simran Kaur, final year law student from University Institute of Legal Studies, Punjab University Chandigarh analyzes the Digital Privacy Law in India.
Snigdha Shandilya and Pritish Kumar Pattnaik, both 5th year law students from KIIT School of Law, Bhubaneswar discusses the development of dispute resolution through Arbitration in different countries.
Nishtha Tripathi and Deepti Shinde, both 4th year students of National Law University, Jodhpur discusses about effects on the cost and quality of higher education due to Covid-19.
Mohd Ayan & Wasia Naqvi both second year law students of Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi analyzes the implications of non-criminalization of marital rape in India.
THE DISPROPORTIONATE EFFECT OF COVID-19 PANDEMIC: IMPACT OF GENDER AND DIFFERENCES IN CHALLENGES FACED BY WOMEN AND THE LGBTQ+ COMMUNITY
Raghavi R. and Sahana Priya Satish, both fourth year students of Tamil Nadu National Law University, discusses the disproportionate effect of Covid-19 on women and LGBTQ+ community .
Shravani Nag Lanka, a 3rd year student of Dr. Ram Manohar Lohiya National Law University, Lucknow, scrutnizes The Personal Data Protection Bill (PDPB), 2019 and its implications on the society.
Vishal Mandal, a 3rd year student of Symbiosis Law School, Pune analyzes the MSP Bill and it’s implications on the farmers.
Bhawna Lakhina and Nishi Bhamkar, both 2nd year students of National Law Institute University, Bhopal analyzes business malpractices and consumer protection in the times of COVID-19 pandemic.
Kumar Aditya and Shambhavi Singh, both 2nd year students of JEMTEC School of Law discusses the rising incidents of racism amidst the COVID-19 pandemic.
Daksh Saroha and Lavanya Chawla, both 4th year students of Amity Law School, Delhi assays their views on the petition filed in the Supreme Court to rename ‘INDIA’ as ‘BHARAT’
Amol Verma, a 4th-year student of CNLU, Patna discusses about the manifestation of patriarchal notion by Indian judiciary and the constitutional rights of women in the country.
Saumya Gupta, a final year law student from NUALS, Kochi reviews the implications of recent amendment in the Essential Commodities Act on the agricultural economy of India.
Shailee Mishra, a 2nd year law student from University of Allahabad, reviews the suspension of labour laws amid COVID-19 pandemic by some States in India and its repercussions.
Abhinav, a 3rd year student from National Law University, Jodhpur discusses about the modification of Supreme Court’s decision regarding holding of Lord Jagannath’s Rath Yatra in the midst of a pandemic.
Poojan Bulani and Rishav Devrani, both students of Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law, Punjab discusses how the right of abortion of minor rape survivor overweights the right to life of foetus in the light of Medical Termination of Pregnancy Act,1971 and various judgments of the courts.
IN THE MIDDLE OF DIFFICULTIES LIES AN OPPORTUNITY: TIME FOR MEDIATION TO STEP UP AS AN EFFECTIVE MECHANISM FOR DISPUTE RESOLUTION IN INDIA
Raja Reeshav Roy and Aditya Anand, both students of National Law University, Jodhpur discusses Mediation as a mechanism for Dispute Resolution 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.
Aryan(Jindal Global Law School) & Gauri Singh(Durham University,U.K.) analyzes the interpretation of Article 48 by Indian Courts with special emphasis on cow slaughter and importance of the principle of ‘Constitutionalism’
Ekta Garg, a 3rd year student of Army Institute of Law, Mohali discusses China’s National Security Law and it’s implications on International Rule of Law
Govind Kumar, a 2nd year law student of Banaras Hindu University discusses the concept of Secularism as the Basic Structure of Indian Constitution.
Avni Sharma & Anurag Mohan Bhatnagar, both 2nd year law students of National Law University, Odisha discusses the concept of net neutrality in India.
Pranali Vyas, a 2nd year law student of Pravin Gandhi College of Law discusses the need for insurance policies to cover the important issue of mental health.
Pratikshya Das and Lahama Mazumdar elaborates upon the scope of Article 21 of the Constitution of India with regard to animal rights.
Disha Mohanty & Satvik Mishra discusses the concept of Novelty as a criteria for patentability through a comparative analysis.
Reservation for other backward classes in medical colleges: Understanding the legal battle against social injustice perpetrated through executive inaction
Charu Sharma, a 1st year student of National Law University, Jodhpur reviews the system of reservation for Other backward classes in medical colleges along with the various writ petitions filed in the court.
Aryaknath Bhattacharya, a 3rd year Law student of Amity Law School, Kolkata discusses the after effects of the historic judgment that struck down Section 377 of I.P.C.
Jigyasa Fonia and Muskaan Vijay, both Second year students of National Law University, Odisha discusses the validity of Capital Punishment with reference to various judgments.
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.
Prerna Mayea a third year law student of Institute of Law, Nirma University, Ahmedabad highlights the rights of a deceased person during the Covid-19 Pandemic.
Pulak, a second year student of Chanakya National Law University, Patna analyzes the neglected aspect of Occupational safety and Health in India.
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.
Ishita Yadav and Prajjwal Tyagi, both 2nd year law students of University of Petroleum and Energy Studies, Dehradun reviews the controversial National Security Act,1980 and it’s rampant abuse by the governmental authorities
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.
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.
Kapil Devnani, a first year student of Hidayatullah National Law University, Raipur discusses the issue of domestic violence in the light of the COVID -19.
Kapil Srivastava and Shashwat Singh, both 3rd year students of Institute of Nirma University discusses the Facebook-Jio deal and its implication on the Indian telecom market.
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.
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.
Samavi Srivastava and Utkarsh Vats, both first year students of National Law University, Bhopal, discusses the legality of law enforcement by Military in U.S.A in light of The Insurrection Act and the Posse Comitatus Act.
Aranya Nath, a fourth year student of KIIT School of Law, Bhubaneswar discusses the IPR protection related to tattoos in light of Indian Copyright Act, 1957
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.
Pragya Upadhyay anf Aayushi Jha, both 1st year students of Chanakya National Law University, Patna analyzes various attributes of The Transgender Persons Act, 2019 which was signed into law by the President of India on December 5, 2019.
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.
THE QUEST FOR JUSTICE IN THE MIDST OF AN EPIDEMIC: ANALYZING THE HUMAN RIGHTS NARRATIVE OF THE DISPLACED INDIAN MIGRANT WORKERS.
Prateek Joinwal, a 3rd year law student at the West Bengal National University of Juridical Sciences, Kolkata analyses the gross human rights violation faced by the displaced migrant workers due to COVID-19 in India
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.
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.
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.
Shreya Chauhan, a 3rd year Law student from Amity Law School, Delhi deliberates upon the issues faced by migrant labourers and the violation of their human rights amidst the COVID-19 pandemic.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Abhishek Sharma, a Second year law student at Chandigarh University, Punjab discusses the important cases related to the development of Environmental Law in India.
Sayan Chandra and Shailendra Shukla; both Second year students of Gujarat National Law Univerity, Gandhinagar scrutinizes the Ordinance temporarily suspending the labour laws in the States of Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh and Gujarat in the midst of Covid-19 pandemic
Devang Bansal, a Second year Law student at National Law University, Jodhpur, analyzes the telemedicine practice guidelines and its implications during Covid crisis.
Saharshrarchi Uma Pandey and Ritansha Singhal; both Second year students of the Maharashtra National Law University, Nagpur, discuss the prohibition on the use of loudspeakers in recital of “Azaan”
Tanvi Jain, a First year Law student at Gujarat National Law University, Gandhinagar, discusses the legal and social framework to combat Domestic violence as an outbreak of coronavirus pandemic