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Mobile Legal Clinics as a Response to Disasters: A Case Study for Providing Future Assistance

This article explores the use of Mobile Legal Aid Clinics to assist survivors of disasters over a four-year period. The article is a case study of the relationship between the earthquakes in Nepal in ....

Author: Seth Frye, B.S., Professor David W. Tushaus and Nirmal K. Upreti   Year: 2020 /Month: 8 /Vol: 10 |  Subject: Miscellaneous |  (Academic Journals)

The Fifth Ashutosh Mukherjee Lecture Developing a Sense of Injustice: Reimagining Legal Education in India

I am extremely thankful to NUJS for inviting me to deliver the 5th Sir Ashutosh Mukherjee Memorial Lecture. When we recall the contribution of Ashutosh Mukherjee in these days of super-specialisation,....

Author: Amita Dhanda   Year: 2020 /Month: 8 /Vol: 10 |  Subject: Miscellaneous |  (Academic Journals)

Report on the Difficulties Faced by the Visually Impaired Students in the Evaluation Patterns Adopted by the National Law Universities

The National Law Universities (NLUs) have ushered in a new era in the field of legal education in In....

Author: Yathansh Joshi and Ananya Agrawal   Year: 2020 /Month: 8 /Vol: 10 |  Subject: Miscellaneous |  (Academic Journals)

Challenges of Taking Human Rights Fact Finding Lessons Out of Classrooms: Lessons from Bangladesh

This article analyses the efficacy of using simulation as a clinical legal education method for teaching students about human rights advocacy, and the challenges that come with conducting such an expe....

Author: Arpeeta Shams Mizan , Sayeed Hossain Sarwar and Muhammad Rezaur Rahman   Year: 2020 /Month: 8 /Vol: 10 |  Subject: Human Rights |  (Academic Journals)

Individual's Right to Privacy: Panchayati Eclecticism and Feminist Constitutionalism

In the landmark decision of Puttaswamy v. Union of India, the Supreme Court recognised Right to Priv....

Author: Ishani Mookherjee   Year: 2020 /Month: 4 /Vol: 8 |  Subject: Constitution |  (Academic Journals)

Religious Practices and Evolving Jurisprudence of Article 17

The judgement of the Supreme Court in the Indian Young Lawyers Association v. State of Kerala was widely celebrated. It allowed for the entry of women aged between 10 and 50, who were earlier prohibit....

Author: Snehil Kunwar Singh   Year: 2020 /Month: 4 /Vol: 8 |  Subject: Constitution |  (Academic Journals)

Will the Abrogation of Article 35A Lead to Greater Gender Equality in Jammu & Kashmir

In this legislative brief I aim to examine whether the abrogation of Article 35A shall have any impact on gender equality in Jammu & Kashmir. Through the course of my analysis, I shall show that the a....

Author: Varun Kannan   Year: 2020 /Month: 4 /Vol: 8 |  Subject: Constitution |  (Academic Journals)

Leave to Bleed: A Jurisprudential Study of the Policy of Menstrual Leaves

Menstrual Benefit Bill, 2017 was introduced allowing woman the right to avail a four-day menstrual leave. Having been rejected by the Ministry of Woman and Child Affairs, the Bill sheds light on gende....

Author: Vrinda Aggarwal   Year: 2020 /Month: 4 /Vol: 8 |  Subject: Miscellaneous |  (Academic Journals)

How does India fare on Regulatory Hygiene? Status Check of the Rule—Making Process

India has set itself an ambitious goal of becoming a $5 trillion economy by 2025. Since 2014, the country has risen from 142 to 63 on the World Bank's Doing Business rankings and is now aspiring to br....

Author: Bhuvana Anand Ritika Shah and Jayana Bedi   Year: 2020 /Month: 4 /Vol: 8 |  Subject: Miscellaneous |  (Academic Journals)

Transactional Sex: A Socioeconomic Right Rooted in Dignity and Consent

In this paper the issue of transactional sex as a fundamental human right protected within the framework of articles 19 and 21 has been explored.The paper holds that transactional sex is a constitutio....

Author: Bhaskar Kumar   Year: 2020 /Month: 4 /Vol: 8 |  Subject: Miscellaneous |  (Academic Journals)
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