Vol. 3 (Issue 1)

  1. EFFICIENTLY TACKLE CYBER-SQUATTERS: LESSONS TO BE LEARNT FROM ICANN’S TRADEMARK CLEARINGHOUSE BY MR. CHOLARAJA M. PH.D., SCHOLAR, FACULTY OF LAW, UNIVERSITY OF DELHI
  2. SUPERIOR RESPONSIBILITY AND ITS APPLICATIONS – A DOCTRINAL STUDY BY MR. MEHUL KUMAR, B.A-LL.B (HONS.), 4TH YEAR, NALSAR UNIVERSITY OF LAW, HYDERABAD
  3. ROLE OF BOARD OF DIRECTORS IN CORPORATE GOVERNANCE BY MS. MOUSHUMI SARMAH, LL.M (GUJARAT NATIONAL UNIVERSITY)
  4. CHILD PARTICIPATION IN STRUCTURES OF LOCAL LEVEL GOVERNMENTS-A KEY MECHANISM FOR ENSURING THEIR RIGHTS BY DR SHEEBA PILLAI, ASSISTANT PROFESSOR (SEL GR),SCHOOL OF INDIAN LEGAL THOUGHT, MAHATMA GANDHI UNIVERSITY, KOTTAYAM
  5. DATA EXCLUSIVITY AND INDIAN LAW BY KIRUTHIKA D, FINAL YEAR- 5 YEAR B.A.,B.L.,(HONS), SCHOOL OF EXCELLENCE IN LAW, THE TAMIL NADU DR. AMBEDKAR LAW UNIVERSITY, CHENNAI.
  6. BOMBAY HIGH COURT ON RIGHT TO DECLARE “NO RELIGION” BY MR. SAMITESH SINGH, NALSAR UNIVERSITY OF LAW AND MS. PALAK SINGH, DR. RAM MANOHAR NATIONAL LAW UNIVERSITY, LUCKNOW.
  7. THE MISERY OF REFUGEES: ISSUES, GOVERNANCE, CHALLENGES AND SOLUTIONS BY MR. HARSH BAJPAI & ANANYA PRATAP SINGH, SYMBIOSIS LAW SCHOOL, NOIDA.
  8. PROTECTION OF BROADCASTING RIGHTS UNDER INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY LAW IN INDIA BY MR. ZUBAIR AHMED GUEST FACULTY AND RESEARCH SCHOLAR, DEPARTMENT OF LAW, ASSAM UNIVERSITY, SILCHAR.
  9. EXCEPTIONS TO ‘THE RULE IN FOSS V. HARBOTTLE’: INDIAN CONTEXT BY MR. SANKUL KABRA, B.COM LLB (HONS.), SEMESTER VII,INSTITUTE OF LAW, NIRMA UNIVERSITY, AHMEDABAD & MS. MAYURI BAHUGUNA, B.A LLB (HONS.), SEMESTER VII INSTITUTE OF LAW, NIRMA UNIVERSITY, AHMEDABAD.
  10. DWINDLING STATUS OF CBI AS AN IMPARTIAL AND OBJECTIVE INVESTIGATIVE AGENCY BY MR. ADITYA V.NAIR, 6TH SEMESTER BA.LL.B STUDENT, MAR GREGORIOS COLLEGE OF LAW,MAR IVANIOS VIDYA NAGAR,TRIVANDRUM.
  11. AN ANALYSIS OF IRRETRIEVABLE BREAKDOWN OF MARRIAGE AS A GROUND FOR DIVORCE BY MS. SAEMA JAMIL, ASSISTANT PROFESSOR AT LLOYD LAW COLLEGE (AFFILIATED TO CCS UNIVERSITY).
  12. INFLUENCE OF BIO-CHEMICAL FACTORS AND CENTRAL AND AUTONOMIC NERVOUS SYSTEM ON CRIMINALITY BY MS. KIRTI SHINDE
  13. LEGITIMACY OF PLEBISCITE CONUNDRUM IN KASHMIR: IN LIGHT OF REFERENDUMS HELD OVER THE WORLD BY MS. SAKSHI BAGHEL AND MR. SHIVESH KUMAR TRIPATHI, PURSUING BA.LLB.( HONS.) 3RD YEAR AT NATIONAL LAW INSTITUTE UNIVERSITY, BHOPAL.
  14. ETHICS IN ADVERTISING BY MR. KARNMARWAHA, ASSISTANT PROFESSOR AT AMITY LAW SCHOOL, JAIPUR & MS. SRISHTI VAISHNAV, LL.M GUJARAT NATIONAL LAW UNIVERSITY, GANDHINAGAR (GUJARAT).
  15. TO NOTA OR NOT TO NOTA? – A THEORETICAL ANALYSIS ON THE ‘ONE VOTE DEBATE’ BY MR. ABHISHEK RANA , 5TH YEAR, B.A.LL.B (HONS.), AMITY LAW SCHOOL DELHI & MS. NIYATI PATWARDHAN, 4TH YEAR, B.A.LL.B (HONS.), AMITY LAW SCHOOL DELHI
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