Rashtravad, National Youth Parliament Competition by Graphic Era Hill University, Dehradun [10th – 11th May 2024]

About the Organizers :- Legal Aid Committee, Graphic era hill University. Details of the event:- Youth Parliament in essence is a simulation of a Parliamentary session wherein the participants understand the parliamentary procedure and develop an insight into the workings of the Parliament. It is a platform to discuss national issues on a large scale

Efficient Conflict Resolution: Unveiling Alternative Dispute Resolution in India’s Legal Framework

Author – Vishwash (4th Year Student of The ICFAI University, Dehradun) In the vast landscape of India’s legal system, the challenge of pending cases has been a longstanding issue. Despite the introduction of fast track courts by the government, the judiciary’s pace often falls short of providing speedy trials. According to data from the National

The Impact of Artificial Intelligence on Legal Practice: Challenges and Opportunities

Author – Ankit Sagar, 4th Year BALLB (The ICFAI University, Dehradun) Abstract The integration of Artificial Intelligence (AI) technologies into the area of criminal practice has delivered approximately a profound transformation inside the approach of felony specialists towards their work. This paper gives a complete examination of the multifaceted impact of AI on criminal exercise,

CYBERSQUATTING AND TRADEMARK ISSUES –UNIFORM DOMAIN RESOLUTION POLICY

Author – Gyan Prakash (4th Year, BALLB) – The ICFAI University, Dehradun Co-Author – Prof. Vivek Kumar (Sr. Professor) – The ICFAI University, Dehradun ABSTRACT The internet’s “first-come, first-served” principle for domain name registration creates fertile ground for cybersquatting, where individuals register domain names identical or confusingly similar to established trademarks with malicious intent. This

COVID-19 PANDEMIC AND THE PAYMENT OF WAGES ACT

Author : Aishwarya Jain, 2nd Year L.L.B (Hons.), Amity Law School, Noida Abstract The global pandemic called Covid-19 impacted the entire world tremendously. On March 23, 2020, the Indian government issued a nationwide lockdown order after notifying it as a “notified disaster” on 14th March, 2020. The workplace has been significantly impacted by the pandemic,

9th Edition of Rashtraniti, National Youth Parliament Competition [5th April – 6th April 2024]

About the Competition A true scholar and a true institution will always use its privilege to induce a wave of positive change in society. A change that our nation deserves and a change that our future generations deserve. The 9th Edition of Rashtraniti, National Youth Parliament Competition from 5th April – 6th April 2024 will mark a continuous

Order to form SIT in case of fatal attack on lawyer to investigate the matter

By- Adv. Rishabh Kumar Mishra After a dispute over parking, the Patna High Court has ordered the formation of an SIT (Special Investigation Team) to investigate an alleged assault on lawyers residing on rented premises by some hooligans accompanying the house owner. Justice Vivek Choudhary, while hearing the petition of advocate Abhishek Kumar Srivastava, stated

Controversial Electoral Bond Schemes Sparks Constitutional Concerns

Author – Arpit Garg (IMS Unison University, Dehradun) Co-Author – Daksh Sharma (IMS Unison University, Dehradun) Introduction:- On February 15, a bench of five judges headed by Chief Justice DY Chandrachud declared the electoral bond unconstitutional, citing violations of the right to information and Article 19(1)(a) of the Indian Constitution, which guarantees freedom of speech.

The Surge of Cyber Crimes: Unraveling 10 Reasons Behind the Alarming Increase

Introduction: In an era dominated by technology, the exponential growth of cyber crimes has become a grave concern for individuals, businesses, and governments alike. The digital landscape, while offering unprecedented connectivity and convenience, has also become a breeding ground for malicious activities. In this comprehensive article, we will delve into the ten key reasons behind

Law Student Urges Chief Justice and Secretary-General to Embrace Eco-Friendly Practices: Calls for Nationwide Adoption of Double-Sided A4 Paper in Judicial Forums

Vikhyaat Maheshwari, a 3rd year law student, writes a letter to the Hon’ble Chief Justice D.Y. Chandrachud and the Secretary-General Atul M. Kurhekar, emphasising the need for uniformity in the usage of A4 papers with printing on both sides across all the judicial forums of the country, keeping in mind the tremendous environmental and legal