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BCI and Law Colleges to ensure internships for students The Bar Council of India (BCI) has assured the Delhi High Court that henceforth, the council and the law schools will be responsible to provi...

Revolutionary Judiciary

Excerpts from a speech by Professor Upendra Baxi on the Festschrift Release Function at the Judicial Academy, Chandigarh on 14 February, 2020 I am disappointed at not being with you on this occasion ...

Anti-CAA protests: When these courts showed judicial conscience

By Vikas Bhadauria Soon after the protests against the Citizenship Amendment Act spiralled across the country and activists, political parties, as well as student organisations, approached the Supr...

Injustice to the Justices

By India Legal Bureau The Collegium system of recommending judges for transfer, appointment and elevation is anything but transparent. Seniority is often violated, merit is not considered as a crit...

Enemies of the State

By Dilip Bobb Thanks to our very own guntoting Dirty Harry, we have been reliably informed as to who the real enemies of the people are. It’s a long and lengthening list thanks to such progressive ...

Law Campus Updates

NLU Delhi students write open letter to High Court Over 145 past and present students from the National Law University, Delhi (NLUD) have addressed an open letter to the Delhi High Court, urging th...

Delay in Executions: Hanging Fire

There has been a trend among death row convicts to get their execution delayed through appeals and curative petitions. What are the legal loopholes that allow them to prolong their sentences despite t...

A glut of information

By Prabir Biswas Although a "probaashi bangali" (a rather condescending term used by the Bengalis from West Bengal for their ilk who have settled in other parts of India, I have always been fascina...

In Defence of Animal Rights

Above: Youth trying to tame a bull during a Jallikattu event at Alanganallur village near Madura/Photo: UNI Few would disagree that former Chief Justice of India Dipak Misra left his stamp on the j...

The Seat of Arbitration

Few would disagree that former Chief Justice of India Dipak Misra left his stamp on the judiciary. This can be viewed through the prism of some of his major judgments that show the breadth of legal di...

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