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Online Internship Opportunity at Institute of Law, Nirma University: Apply by 25 May

About the Institute Nirma University was established in the year 2003 as a statutory university under Gujarat State Act at the initiative of the Nirma Education & Research Foundation (NERF). The University has been recognized under section 2(f) of UGC Act by the University Grants Commission. Nirma University has been accredited with Grade “A” by

MODIFICATION OF ADVOCATES DRESS CODE.

Supreme court through its circular modifies the dress code for the advocates who represent before the Supreme Court of India via Virtual Court System till the medical emergency exists or until the further orders. The circular directs that the advocates may “wear plain white shirt/ white salwar kameez/ white saree, with plain white neck band”

Interview with Mr. Veeraraghavan Inbavijayan (Advocate/ International arbitrator and mediator)

Hello Everyone, here we Invited another Person Mr. Veeraraghavan Inbavijayan, an Advocate & international arbitrator and mediator. 1. Firstly, we asked him about his brief background of educational qualification. He said, I am a bachelor in law from Dr. Ambedkar govt. Law College which was earlier attached with university of Madras, in the year 1997.

Team Abhivyakti, an initiative of Law Students of The ICFAI University, is going to organize an Online Debate Competition.

1. TopicTrial By Social Media: Is It a New Threat in Administration of Justice? 2. How to Register Click Here to Register Yourself 3. FeeRupees 50/- 4. Rules & Regulations•Participants may speak ‘For the Motion’ or ‘Against the Motion’•Participants may speak either in English or in Hindi. However, Mixed Language is not allowed.• Participants have

Judges and lawyers should dispense robes for the time being to prevent the spread of corona virus:- CJI S.A.Bobde

Chief Justice SA Bobde during a hearing today stated that instructions would soon be released from the Supreme Court for dispensing with the dress code encompassing robes and gowns. The exchange ensued between the bar and the bench, wherein the CJI told Senior Advocate Kapil Sibal during a Video Conference hearing that judges, lawyers should

HOW ‘AAROGYA SETU’ CAN BE MADE MANDATORY WHEN MANY WORKERS HAVE NO SMARTPHONES, KERALA HC ASKS CENTRE

On Tuesday the HC of Kerala orally raised doubts about the practically of the Mandatory condition imposed on employers to make their employees download ‘Aarogya Setu’, the contact tracing app developed by the National informatics Centre amid COVID-19 Pandemic. A single bench of Justice P Gopinath said there are many workers who have not smart

Relationship between Client & Foreign Law Firm Is Commercial In Nature For The Purpose Of Sections 44 & 45 of Arbitration Act: Delhi HC

Case Name: Spentex Industries Ltd vs. Quinn Emanuel Urquhart & Sullivan LLP;  CS (OS) 568/2017 Quorum: Hon’ble Mr. Justice Jayant Nath The application was filed by the defendant under Order 7 Rule 11of the Civil Procedure Code, 1908 read with Section 45 of the Arbitration and Conciliation Act, 1996 for rejection of the plaint. While