Call for Papers: Lexkhoj International Journal of Criminal Law, Volume II Issue II, Submit by 31st August

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Lexkhoj publication is an ideal house of publications that accepts and promotes quality research across the globe without any reservations over religion, nationality and boundaries. It serves as a vehicle of research and education between the modern youth and the experienced, competent and qualified professionals through their knowledge, experience and skills. Continue reading “Call for Papers: Lexkhoj International Journal of Criminal Law, Volume II Issue II, Submit by 31st August”

Call for Papers: Lexkhoj Research Journal of Law and Socio-Economic Issues, Submit By June 30th 2017

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Lexkhoj Research Journal of law and Socio-economic issues is globally recognised with high impact factor low publishing charges and fast track publishing. we follow open access model for research paper publishing thus reaching to global community without any restrictions. We are accepting research entries for upcoming issues. Continue reading “Call for Papers: Lexkhoj Research Journal of Law and Socio-Economic Issues, Submit By June 30th 2017”

CLAT Aspirants Beware: ILNU Exposed in fake placement data controversy

NewsProminent law school, Nirma University’s Institute of Law, finds itself embroiled in the midst of a raging row over its placement data. Students and alumni have raised concerns that the institute has misrepresented placement details ahead of admission season. Students and alumni are questioning the authenticity of information circulated after Institute of Law, Nirma University (ILNU) announced that their student was offered the highest pay package of Rs 16 lakh per annum in the placement season this year. They have started an e-mail chain, raising concerns about the institute’s timing of spreading such information as law schools will soon start admissions.

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How New Delhi went to the Hague to save Kulbhushan Jadhav

NewsIt was a quiet Saturday on April 15, five days after Kulbhushan Jadhav had been sentenced by the Pakistan’s military court, when the Indian High Commission in Islamabad sent an SOS to South Block. The message: No one in the Pakistan court was willing to lawyer the case as the Lahore High Court Bar Association had told lawyers against accepting the brief, the bar chief having warned them that whoever did so would have his membership cancelled. Continue reading “How New Delhi went to the Hague to save Kulbhushan Jadhav”

NLU Odisha’s Human RIghts Law Journal, Submit by 16th May

Call for paperNLU Odisha invite your contributions for the 2nd Issue of “Human Rights Law Journal” in the form of articles, case comments, legislative comments and book reviews. The journal aims to focus on the contemporary developments in the human rights field and is keen on developing serious academic legal writing. The purpose of this issue of the journal is to provide our readers with information on recent developments affecting specific prejudices and bias faced by marginalised people not faced by other sections of society. Continue reading “NLU Odisha’s Human RIghts Law Journal, Submit by 16th May”

First Into Legal World National Essay Writing Competition. Scholarship Worth 48 Thousand and Awards

Essay competition“Into Legal World”, a Legal Media takes pride in announcing its First Short Essay Writing Competition. The objective of the competition is to find out the solution to malpractices prevailing in judicial system. This will provide a platform to law students for putting forth their views regarding the above. This will also enhance their writing capabilities as these essays will be published on our website. Continue reading “First Into Legal World National Essay Writing Competition. Scholarship Worth 48 Thousand and Awards”