Vol 4.(Issue-3 & 4)

Volume 4, Issue 3

  1. THE JOURNEY TOWARDS CORPORATE FEDERALISM: AN ANALYTICAL STUDY BY MS.SHRUTI PODDAR & MS. PARIDHI SHARMA, BBA-LL.B (2014-19), KIIT LAW SCHOOL, KIIT UNIVERSITY. GOOD SAMARITAN LAW – NEED AND IMPORTANCE BY MR. JAGRAT RAWAL & MS. TANYA TAWAKLEY, B.A. LL.B. (HONS.), GURU GOBIND SINGH INDRAPRASTHA UNIVERSITY.
  2. CRIMINAL INVESTIGATION TECHNIQUES: THE MAJOR ROLE IN CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM BY MS. ANUVEETA DATTA CHOWDHURY & MR. SOMESH DIXIT, B.COM LL.B (HONS.)V SEM, UNIVERSITY OF PETROLEUM AND ENERGY STUDIES(UPES),DEHRADUN.
  3. ‘SCOPE OF AWARD’ UNDER INDUSTRIAL DISPUTE ACT, 1947 BY MR. ARVIND KUMAR & MR. KESHAV PAREEK, IX SEMESTER, DAMODARAM SANJIVAYYA NATIONAL LAW UNIVERSITY, VISAKHAPATNAM.
  4. CORPORATE GOVERNANCE THROUGH WHISTLEBLOWING–A CRITICAL ANALYSIS WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO INDIA BY DR. DIGANTA BISWAS, ASSISTANT PROFESSOR, SCHOOL OF LAW, CHRIST UNIVERSITY, BANGALORE & MRS. NEETHA KURIAN IS AN MPHIL SCHOLAR, SCHOOL OF LAW, CHRIST UNIVERSITY, BANGALORE.
  5. ROLE OF LEGAL PRACTITIONER IN GREAT GOVERNANCE ADMINISTRATION BY MR. ASHISH GUPTA, B.A. LL.B (HONS.) 4TH YEAR – 7TH SEMESTER, CHANDERPRABHU JAIN COLLEGE OF HIGHER STUDIES & SCHOOL OF LAW, GURU GOBIND SINGH INDRAPRASTHA UNIVERSITY, DELHI.
  6. CRUELTY TO ANIMALS BY MS. DEEPALI GANGIL, JIMS ENGINEERING, MANAGEMENT, TECHNICAL CAMPUS,SCHOOL OF LAW, AFFILIATED TO GGSIPU, GR. NOIDA, U.P & MS. DEEPIKA BHATI, FAIRFEILD INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT AND TECHNOLOGY, AFFILIATED TO GGSIPU, KAPASHERA, NEW DELHI.
  7. NETWORK NEUTRALITY IN INDIA: JUSTIFIED IN LIGHT OF FREE SPEECH? BY KARAN TIBREWAL, 5TH YEAR , B.A LL.B (HONOURS) (2012-17), JINDAL GLOBAL LAW SCHOOL (JGLS), OP JINDAL GLOBAL UNIVERSITY, SONEPAT, HARYANA, INDIA.
  8. ANIL KUMAR AND OTHERS VS. CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA, AIR 1997 HP 5 BY SHRAMANA DWIBEDI, 2ND YEAR, BA. LL.B, SYMBIOSIS LAW SCHOOL, HYDERABAD.
  9. RENAISSANCE OF CORPORATE WORLD IN INDIA BY MS. SHIVANGEE GUPTA, SYMBIOSIS LAW SCHOOL, PUNE & MR. MUSTAFA AHMAD KHAN, SYMBIOSIS LAW SCHOOL, PUNE.
  10. COMPULSORY WOMEN DIRECTOR: AN ARBITRARY RESERVATION BY MR. PARTH AGRAWAL & MR. BIRENDRA SINGH, 3RD YEAR STUDENT, B.B.A LL.B, SYMBIOSIS LAW SCHOOL, NOIDA.
  11. HONOUR KILLING: A SOCIO LEGAL STUDY BY MR. DEBABRATA ROY, ASSISTANT PROFESSOR, FACULTY OF LAW, THE ICFAI UNIVERSITY, TRIPURA.
  12. PEREGRINATION OF LAND ACQUISITION (AMENDMENT) BILL, 2015. WILL THE PROPOSED BILL PROTECT THE PEOPLE FROM THE NOTION OF EMINENT DOMAIN? BY MS. VISHAKHA RAJGARHIA, NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF STUDY AND RESEARCH IN LAW, RANCHI, JHARKHAND.
  13. CONTENT RESTRICTIONS IN COMMUNICATIONS BY M. MANIK SETHI & MS. SMEEKSHA PANDEY, B.A.LL.B (H) FIFTH YEAR, AMITY LAW SCHOOL, NOIDA, AMITY UNIVERSITY, U.P.

Volume 4, Issue 4

  1. HUMAN TRAFFICKING IN INDIA BY PROF. NIKHIL KASHYAP, ASSISTANT PROFESSOR, AMITY LAW SCHOOL, AMITY UNIVERSITY, NOIDA, UP.
  2. SUIT BY OR AGAINST GOVERNMENT UNDER CIVIL PROCEDURE CODE, 1908 BY MR. JATIN CHAWLA BY BB.A LL.B(HONS), 5TH YEAR, RAFFLES UNIVERSITY, NEEMRANA.
  3. INGRESSION OF WOMEN IN PLACES OF WORSHIP AN EQUALITY DIMENSION BY SHANMATHI.R & TARUNIKA.S , B.A.LLB(HONS) DEGREE AT SAVEETHA SCHOOL OF LAW, CHENNAI.
  4. ACID ATTACK : “IS THIS YOUR WAY TO SHOW YOUR LOVE” BY MS. PRIYANKA(BBA-LLB., SHARDA UNIVERSITY.
  5. VERACITY OF CHILD PROSTITUTION IN INDIA BY DR. NEETA BERI1, DEAN, SCHOOL OF LAW, CHANDERPRABHU JAIN COLLEGE OF HIGHER STUDIES & SCHOOL OF LAW, DELHI.
  6. JUDICIAL ACCOUNTABILITY AND INDIAN JUDICIARY BY ARCHA VASHISHTHA, PH.D. SCHOLAR, FACULTY OF LAW, UNIVERSITY OF DELHI
  7. NON-SIGNATORIES BOUND BY AN ARBITRATION AGREEMENTBY MS. KAVITA CHAWLA, RESEARCH SCHOLAR, FACULTY OF LAW, JAMIA MILLIA ISLAMIA, NEW DELHI.
  8. ASSIGNMENT AND LICESING UNDER THE INDIAN COPYRIGHT ACT BY MS. ARCHA VASHISHTHA, PH.D. SCHOLAR, FACULTY OF LAW, UNIVERSITY OF DELHI.
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