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Defamation and its effects on Reputation and its overwriting effects on Freedom of Speech and Expression

Introduction “It takes many good deeds to build a good reputation and only one bad one to lose it”- Benjamin Franklin. When the word reputation is questioned, Jurist Blackstones has added to this proposition and stated that “Every man is… Continue Reading →

Alternative Dispute Resolution : A comparative study

HISTORY AND INTRODUCTION ADR which stands for Alternative Dispute Resolution was first originated in the USA as a drive to find an alternative to the traditional legal system. In developing countries like India where most people believe in resolving the… Continue Reading →

Technology, Ethics and Access to Justice

INTRODUCTION During a period of U.S. spending cuts, famously known as the “sequester[1],” court frameworks all over the country are confronting monetary shortfalls[2]. Small cases courts are no exception[3]. Among the most noticeably awful hit states is California, which is… Continue Reading →

Access to Justice in the Education System in Pandemic

Abstract In March 2020, schools across the country began to close in response to the spread of COVID-19, which quickly developed into a global pandemic. As it became apparent that this would not be a short-term concern, these closures became… Continue Reading →

Reflecting Upon The Rights Of Transgenders – National Legal Services Authority vs Union Of India

CORAM: Court Name: The Supreme Court of India. Equivalent Citations: (2014) 5 SCC 438. Petitioners: 1. National Legal Services Authority (NALSA), Poojaya Mata Nasib Kaur Ji Women Welfare Society, Laxmi Narayan Tripathy. Respondent: Union of India. Bench: Justice K.S.P. Radhakrishnan,… Continue Reading →

Critical Analysis : M/s. Centrotrade Minerals And Metals Inc. vs Hindustan Copper Ltd

M/s. Centrotrade Minerals And  Metals Inc. vs Hindustan Copper Ltd[1]                                                                        … Continue Reading →

Evidence of an Accomplice Witness

I – INTRODUCTION The law of evidence is of significance for outcomes of both criminal and civil disputes. It is thus, necessary to ensure that legal provisions governing the same cater to disputing parties in the establishment of facts and… Continue Reading →

Independence Of Judiciary And Post Retirement Jobs

The Indian judicial system is a ladder of justice. The Constitution has entrusted the Supreme Court and the High Courts with the important duty of exercising Judicial Review. Any legislation or executive action held to be arbitrary or unreasonable can… Continue Reading →

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