ARTICLE: “A few incidents that changed India, as a nation” By Vishal Kumar Singh, School of Law and Governance, Central University of South Bihar.

 “A few incidents that changed India, as a nation” By Vishal Kumar Singh,  School of Law and Governance, Central University of South Bihar. About the author: Vishal Kumar Singh is a third year law student pursuing his five year B.A. LL.B.(H.) degree from School of Law...

ARTICLE: “The Evolution Of Right to Health Under Indian Constitutional Scheme” By Harsh Vardhan Tiwari, 3rd Year Student, Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law, Punjab.

THE EVOLUTION OF RIGHT TO HEALTH UNDER INDIAN CONSTITUTIONAL SCHEME   The Constitution of India, inspired by the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, provides different Articles which focus on the fundamental human rights of the Citizens of the country. Article 21 provides Right to life as one...

ARTICLE: Present Position of Legal Education in India. “Need Quality Kings and not the Kings in quantity”. Amardeep Singh.

Present Position of Legal Education in India "Need to provide more practical opportunities to the law students so that they become familiar with the actual situation that is seen in the practical fields".  Amardeep Singh Author: Amardeep Singh LL.B. (4TH SEMESTER), Punjabi University, Patiala. LawOF Campus Ambassador  Present Position of...

ARTICLE: Mooting Tips for Researcher & Speakers. “Advocacy is not an inborn art, but a skill that overpowers you with time and patience” – Saurabh Siddhartha

Mooting Tips for Researcher & Speakers "Advocacy is not an inborn art, but a skill that overpowers you with time and patience"  Saurabh Siddhartha  Saurabh Siddhartha  Assistant Professor, ICFAI University, Dehradun While training my students and after adjudication sessions I suggest few of the things below- 1) For Researcher:  FACTS- Draft very carefully your...

SPEEDY JUSTICE: Huge Pendencies in our Courts and long delays : The high image of judiciary is now being fast eroded by huge pendencies in our Courts and long...

Huge Pendencies in our Courts and long delays : The high image of judiciary is now being fast eroded by huge pendencies in our Courts and long delays. The high image of judiciary is now being fast eroded by huge pendencies in our Courts and...