Volume I Issue II

Riya Ranjan & Adamya Chandra, Lloyd Law college

The gig economy is the rising demand in India, the COVID-19 and posts COVID-19 scenario witness much employed & labour have lost their jobs, now they are skilful unemployed labour of the country.

Drishti Rathi, Christ (Deemed To Be University)

Property Law is a very vital segment of law. It plays a very important role in the daily activities of the people. Therefore, this case Sona Bala Bora V Jyotirindra Bhatacharjee is a landmark case of Property law that has an essence of the Contract law in it.

Karthik Anand, Assistant professor, SDM Law College, Mangaluru

Consumers are a critical component of a healthy economy's growth, regulation, and progress. Consumers are the most important players in maintaining economies around the world. With the expansion of the market base and product base, the internet has become an enormous market for consumers for all around the globe.

 Gregory Paul Bonnie & Jennifer Philip, School of Law, Bennett University

For a person to practice in Indian courts, enrolment in the State Bar Council is a prerequisite, a power that no other authority has in the country. State Bar Councils hence a play a very significant role in the legal fraternity

Aiswarya R Hormis & Aparna Sivaram, National University of Advanced Legal Studies, Kochi

The intense conflict between intellectual property law and competition law is seen in almost every field of industry reflecting the concept of discord between individual benefit and business ethics. The development of jurisprudential literature on the two disciplines gives an insight as to what
forms the legal foundation of the conflict.

Samriddhi Chatterjee, Gujarat National Law University

Justice Chandrachud, in the Sabarimala Temple case, had held that untouchability is not just limited to inequalities pertaining to the caste system but also extends to certain forms of gender discrimination and that exclusion of women and designating them as impure due to menstruation
is a form of untouchability.

Vasudha Misra, National Law School of India University, Bengaluru

All of mankind’s greatest discoveries are courtesy of the joy of research. Yet, even the most prolific of researchers are not exempt from speculations about possible unethical methods. 

Shambhavi Goswami & Arvind Sharma, University School of Law and Legal Studies

The Environmental Impact Assessment originates from the enactment of the Environmental Policy Act in the 1970s which was possible by the efforts of the Department of science and technology which focused on analysing the river valley projects from an environmental perspective which led as a foundation of the Environmental Protection Act, 1986.

Shambhavi Goswami & Arvind Sharma, University School of Law and Legal Studies

The Environmental Impact Assessment originates from the enactment of the Environmental Policy Act in the 1970s which was possible by the efforts of the Department of science and technology which focused on analysing the river valley projects from an environmental perspective which led as a foundation of the Environmental Protection Act, 1986.

Manasa Dammalapati, O.P. Jindal Global University

Utilitarianism is predominantly present in legislation and implementation of legal statutes; if not in the background to other justice theories.1 The foundational objective behind law and policy regulation is to attain effective solutions with maximizing utility

Pragya Khubani & Adeeba Ghani, United World School of Law, Karnavati University, Gandhinagar

Noting that, technology is in its infant stages, Artificial Intelligence (AI) still continues to find its way into our daily lives. The information environment worldwide is influenced by AI. It enables a broader scope of sharing of information and ideas globally, giving us an opportunity for freedom of speech and expression and accessing information.

Sreenadhu VSSG Akhil, Damodaram Sanjeevayya National Law University

As said by Mahatma Gandhi, every man is equal and are gifted by their creator with some simple rights. Some of these rights are the right to life and right to liberty, but if any person doesn't obey with morals of the society then that person is depressed of these rights with a suitable punishment

Ishan Avinash Borulkar, Maharashtra National Law University, Mumbai

Alternative Dispute Resolution methods are followed globally from ancient times and presently gaining popularity because of Court backlogs, draining of time, money & peace of mind of litigants with only one party in a winning position at the end.

Muskan Jain, National Law University, Vizag

With growth of liberalization and globalization, the air accidents have started occurring so frequently which in turn led to complex application of law, jurisdiction and compensation related issues. It differs based on the countries regulations and rules.

Sakshi Tripathi, National Law University, Jodhpur

The principle of section 84 of the Indian Penal Code constitutes that without a doubt, a person can plead this defence to negate the prosecution's corroborations by proving that the accused had been incapable of knowing the nature of the act at the time or that what he/she was doing was either
wrong or against the law at the time of commission of the crime.

Animesh Tiwari, National Law School of India University, Bengaluru

Article 356 is one of the most controversial articles in Indian politics. There were instances of its use which was termed as misuse by many. The Article conforms great power to the President of quashing a constitutionally elected government.