Subject: Jurisprudence Results: 51

“no Government Wants Strong Judiciary”…………………..don’t Blame Judiciary For…

The governments are under an obligation to provide an adequate machinery for justice, to appoint more judges and to give them better emoluments and f  ...Read More

By: Mr. Aniket Pandey | | Jurisprudence

Adjudication Of Socio-economic Rights By The Constitutional Court Of South Africa: Walking The Tightrope Between Activism And Deference?

The prominent presence of South Africa in discussions on the adjudication of socio-economic rights can be attributed to two principal reasons - one,  ...Read More

By: Avinash Govindjee | | Jurisprudence

An Emerging Trend In Judiciary: Court Management

The introduction of management practices in the judiciary has been a topic of discussion for quite some time now. During this period, many ideas have  ...Read More

By: Mr. Aniket Pandey | | Jurisprudence

Circumventing Sankirtan: Public Spaces, Religious Solicitation, And Decisions Of The United States Supreme Court

In this paper, I examine American juridical positions on the use of public spaces for religious propagation and solicitation. While the Hare Krishna  ...Read More

By: Amitava Ray | | Jurisprudence

Concept Of Dharma, Justice And Law: A Study

Any government will have a strong basis for its survival, “if it is founded on liberty and justice”.  ...Read More

By: Prof. Dr. Mukund Sarda And Basim Akhtar | | Jurisprudence

Concept Of Social Democracy And Social Justice: Judicial Approach

Concept of democracy and justice has undergone changes from time to time, from country to country and from thinkers to thinkers. In Preamble, the Con  ...Read More

By: Dr. Naresh Waghmare | | Jurisprudence

Discovering Dworkin In The Supreme Court Of India - A Comparative Excursus

This paper sets out to ascertain whether Ronald Dworkin’s jurisprudence has had an influence on the Supreme Court of India. Dworkin’s approach to con  ...Read More

By: Abhishek Sudhir | | Jurisprudence

Distributive Justice & Its Relevance In Contemporary Times

The requirement of practical reasonableness is not satisfied by a general disposition, in one and all, to favour the well-being of other members of t  ...Read More

By: Manu Mishra And Udita Malviya | 05/01/2015 | Jurisprudence

Dworkin V. The Positivists: Conventionality Thesis And The Rule Of Recognition

Dworkin made some fundamental claims about legal positivism that literally divided legal positivism into two warring campsinclusive legal positivism  ...Read More

By: Navin Sinha | | Jurisprudence

Feminist Jurisprudence And Women Rights In India

India is a country women are having high status in theory but are vulnerable in practice. Feminist jurisprudence is philosophy to understand the wome  ...Read More

By: Dr. Kalpana Devi And Prof. Dr. S.n. Sharma | | Jurisprudence
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