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Why legal education in India needs to be a continuum

Plutarch said, “The correct analogy for the mind is not a vessel that needs filling, but wood that needs igniting.” And a flame once kindled cannot be sustained without a constant supply of good firew....

Author: Manupatra and LawSkills   |  Subject: Miscellaneous |  (Articles by Professionals)

A Study on the Constitutionality of the Citizenship Amendment Act, 2019

Soon after its passage from the Indian Parliament, the Citizenship Amendment Act, 2019 has received much criticism. The country has witnessed and is still witnessing an unprecedented protest from almo....

Author: Abhishek Choudhary and Rajashree Kanungo   |  Subject: Constitution |  (Articles by Professionals)

Comparative Analysis of Laws concerning biotechnology in India, US, EU

‘Biotechnology’ can be broadly defined as the technological applications of biological processes. Bio-technologists utilize living organisms or their (living organisms) body parts to develop a new pro....

Author: Devanshi Pareshbhai Malkan   |  Subject: Intellectual Property Rights |  (Articles by Professionals)

Cyber Morphing Fretfulness: Considering Issue in the Context of Respect of Women - A Case study

Morphing of the photo of the image has become great entertainment in the worldwide society, in today‘s hi-tech era. Morph is only transition of image, photo, to give effects of motion by the technique....

Author: Manisha Mathur and Dr. Prabhat Mathur   |  Subject: Information Technology/Cyber Law |  (Articles by Professionals)

INDIAN FILM INDUSTRY AND IT?S OBSTACLES: LEGAL PERSPECTIVE

The Media and Entertainment industry in India has evolved due to the growing media diet, apiece income, development in technologies, internet usage and affordability. The Media and Entertainment indus....

Author: Adv. Anant Sharma And Kunal Chandriani   |  Subject: Media and Telecommunication |  (Articles by Professionals)

TRANSFORMING LEGAL EDUCATION IN INDIA- NEED OF THE DAY

Law is the cement of society and also an essential medium of change. Knowledge of law increases understanding of public affairs. Study of law promotes accuracy of expression, facility in argument and ....

Author: Ishita Chatterjee   |  Subject: Miscellaneous |  (Articles by Professionals)

Graphical User Interface: Nemesis of the Indian Designs Office

The goal of graphical user interface design is to make the user's interaction as simple and efficient to accomplish user goals i.e. user-centered design. A design is intuitive when people just know wh....

Author: Yashvardhan Rana   |  Subject: Intellectual Property Rights |  (Articles by Professionals)

Arbitrability of Cross-Border Surrogacy Disputes : An Indian Perspective

With the growth of surrogacy in India, it has become important to have an effective means of disput....

Author: Mayan Prasad And Surabhi Shekhawat   |  Subject: Arbitration |  (Articles by Professionals)

Crowdfunding in India: Major Roadblocks and the way ahead

Crowdfunding is solicitation of funds in small amounts from several unsophisticated investors via we....

Author: Anubhab Sarkar   |  Subject: Capital Market |  (Articles by Professionals)

Redifining Labour Laws: Realising Aspirations In The ITES Sector (a.p. Government)

India has a developing economy where the economic progress is directly proportional to the industrial growth, which in turn is dependent upon the relation between the employer and the employee. This r....

Author: Miss Shukti Trivedi   |  Subject: Employment Laws |  (Articles by Professionals)
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