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Category: Current Affairs

How to Write an Article for Personal & Professional Growth?

In the legal field, a lawyer is a student for life. He has ample arenas of growth and self-nutriment and an important principle any lawyer must abide by is constant READING. He must constantly keep himself updated about the latest developments within and even outside his field. He must have a unique ability to harmonize, condense and mentally […]
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Importance of Extra-Curricular Activities in Law Schools

Albert Einstein gave a very interesting definition of the word “genius”. He defined genius as somebody who can endure a great amount of pain and hardships. The law school regime is gruesome and students always have their academic plates full, most of the time. They are constantly overloaded academically and rarely find time to participate in other activities. The icing on the cake are the regular evaluative exams, because, hey, grades/CGPAs […]
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Section 377 of IPC Partially Struck Down: What next?

In what can termed as a game-changer for the social construct of India, IPC the precedent, set by the Hon’ble Supreme Court in the case of Navtej Singh Johar & Ors. Vs. Union of India, will have far-reaching consequences on our country. The Constitutional Bench, headed by the then CJI Dipak Misra, very astutely overturned its precedent set […]
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From a Sakht Londa Perspective: Moot Court Research for Law Students

A father once said to his two quarrelling daughters, “Children, let’s settle this like adults.” Both daughters responded, “Let’s moot!” Every law student’s journey is incomplete without participating in the extra-curricular activities that his/her law school has to offer. Moot court perspective is one such activity wherein you get to conduct yourself like a lawyer before you […]
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Lapses of Legal Education in India: Need for Educational Reforms

Legal education in India is classified into two general types of law schools: Traditional law colleges like Faculty of Law, University of Delhi, Faculty of Law, Benaras Hindu University, etc. These colleges mostly run a three-year program. Modern law schools like NLUs (National Law Universities) and other law schools which run a five-year integrated program. I have had the […]
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