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The Surrogacy (Regulation) Bill, 2020: An Evaluative Exploration

Author: Ankur Srivastav 5th Year B.A. LL.B Chandigarh University, Chandigarh 1. INTRODUCTION “If you have the power to make someone happy, do it. The world needs more of that.” In India, surrogacy has always been a subject of debate because it has always been discussed in legal, social and ethical aspects. The term “surrogate” has its origin within the Latin word surrogate, which means that one woman works as an… Read More »The Surrogacy (Regulation) Bill, 2020: An Evaluative Exploration

Key Changes Brought by Labour Reform Codes

Author: Divyansh Drona Lawyer OVERVIEW The President on September 28th, 2020 gave his assent to the three labour reform codes- The Code on Social Security, 2020, The Occupational Safety, Health and Working Conditions Code, 2020 and The Industrial Relations Code, 2020. The Codes will come into force after an official notification is issued by the Central Government and the date for the same hasn’t been notified by the government yet.… Read More »Key Changes Brought by Labour Reform Codes

Sabarimala Verdict – Breaking the Norm of Gender Inequality

Author: Sakshi Saranya Rout 4th Year B.A. LL.B KIIT Law School, Bhubaneswar, Odisha ABSTRACT: India can progress and attain success when one of the major boundaries i.e., gender inequality is terminated. Women in different parts of the country are prevented from accessing normal and basic opportunities related to health, education, jobs, etc. There is less involvement of women in different sectors be it her leadership role or decision-making role. This… Read More »Sabarimala Verdict – Breaking the Norm of Gender Inequality

Menstrual Leave Policy and Its Need in India

Author: Shawaiz Nisar 3rd Year B.A. LL.B (Hons.) Rajiv Gandhi National Law University, Punjab 1. INTRODUCTION Menstrual Leave[1] is a leave taken from employment when a woman is menstruating. Sometimes, menstruation in women can be very painful, and the condition of extreme pain is termed as Dysmenorrhea, because of which they may not be able to work properly. Therefore, the concept of Menstrual Leave on the lines of maternity leave… Read More »Menstrual Leave Policy and Its Need in India

NEP 2020: Transforming Education in India
Ameliorating Approach Towards Education

Author 1: Divya Ashwani, Author 2: Cherry Mishra 3rd Year B.A. LL.B (Hons.) Seedling School of Law and Governance, Jaipur National University, Jaipur ABSTRACT: Education has kept on developing, expanding and broadening its compass and inclusion since the beginning of mankind’s history. Each nation builds up its arrangement of education to communicate and advance it’s one of a kind socio-social character and to address the difficulties of the occasions. There… Read More »NEP 2020: Transforming Education in India
Ameliorating Approach Towards Education

Analysis of Social Security of Labourers

Author: – Shivalika Verma 3rd Year BBA LL.B BVDU, New Law College, Pune Abstract: “Social Security can be defined as the attack on majorly five giants namely want, disease, ignorance, squalor and illness.” ~ Sir William Beveridge Social security is considered one of the most important Human Rights. Social security safeguards against certain life risks and guarantees social needs. It further aids in decreasing poverty and increasing human dignity, employability… Read More »Analysis of Social Security of Labourers

Financial Problems Faced by Courts

Author: – Shweta Bilonikar Trimester III, LLM ( FINANCIAL REGULATION) Kirit P. Mehta School of Law, NMIMS, Mumbai 1. INTRODUCTION “No matter how capable our judges are, they cannot be effective unless adequate resources are provided” noted Michael L. Bender, Chief Justice, Colorado Supreme Court, United States of America, in his address on the state of the judiciary to a joint session of the General Assembly in 2011.[1] This quote… Read More »Financial Problems Faced by Courts

Role of Information & Communication Technology in Court Management

Author: – Madhavi Achari Trimester III, LLM ( FINANCIAL REGULATION) Kirit P. Mehta School of Law, NMIMS, Mumbai 1. INTRODUCTION In the era of the 21st Century, the advancement of technology has urged the need for Information and Communication Technology in the judicial system for accurate and speedy justice. With the gradual aggregation & slow disposal rate of pending litigation has increased pressure on our judicial system massively. Courts had… Read More »Role of Information & Communication Technology in Court Management

The Consumer Protection (Amendment) Act, 2019: A Step to Ensure Consumers Interest in India

Author: – Simran Pradhan 3rd Year B.A. LL.B Symbiosis Law School, Hyderabad 1. INTRODUCTION To understand, analyze, and then criticize The Consumer Protection Act 2019 (hereon referred to as COPRA 2019), the readers will have to first understand the meaning and concept behind the term “Consumer”. For example- if you’re reading this blog on the Lexpert Assist website, calling you a consumer of their content is a valid statement. This… Read More »The Consumer Protection (Amendment) Act, 2019: A Step to Ensure Consumers Interest in India

Critical Analysis of Sections 34 & 149 of Indian Penal Code

Author: – Simran Pradhan 3rd Year B.A. LL.B Symbiosis Law School, Hyderabad 1. INTRODUCTION The method adopted for the commission of a crime is the main element based on which the vicarious liability is fixed under Sections 34 and 149 of the Indian Penal Code (I.P.C). These are the two primary sections of I.P.C which deal with the aspects of ‘common object’ & ‘common intention’ i.e., the ‘Offences against Public… Read More »Critical Analysis of Sections 34 & 149 of Indian Penal Code