‘Without Prejudice’ after Oceanbulk Shipping: A Comparison Between The English And Indian Positions Of Law
Ramyaa Veerabathran talks about the Oceanbulk shipping and establishes a very amusing comparison between the English and Indian positions of law.
Naveena Durairaj & Bhavana Duhoon here writes about a comprehensive overview of Comparative Advertisement.
Sujoy Datta & Uma Lohray writes about consent orders in Securities Regulations with a review of the SEBI and SEC mechanism.
Contrasting The Indian Garment And Handloom Industries – A Critique Of Legislative And Executive Inaction
Kanika Gauba here writes about an issue contrasting the Indian garment and handloom industries by criticising our Legislative and Executive inaction.
Devdeep Ghosh & Astha Pandey writes about the usual democratic dilemmas in justifying a murder by putting special reference on cases targeting killings under International Law.
Sooraj Sharma & Shujoy Mazumdar writes about the Equitable Principles and the delimitation of the Continental shelf.
Anuja Saxena & Nikita Hemmige here gives us an extensive reading on Nominee, what it is and what its functions are.
Jitendra Soni & Kanad Bagchi discuss the ambiguity in FDI Policy.
Ankit Gupta here talks about the reservations for migrant Scheduled Castes And Scheduled Tribes.
Saurabh Bindal &Dr. Uday Shankar writes about on the propriety of impeachment proceedings of a judge.
Aditi Sheth here discusses the obvious violation of law and Constitutional morality in Baldev Singh case.
Richard M. Calkins gives us some insight about the future of mediation in India.
Devadityav Chakravarti & Alok Nayak here talks about the transfer of seats in International Arbitration.
Transparency, Independence And Diversity: Does The United States Have It Better? – A Comparative Analysis Of The Process Of Appointment Of Judges To The Supreme Court In The United States And India
Varun Vaish & Rishabh Sinha writes about a comparative analysis of the process of Appointment of Judges to the Supreme Court in the United States and India.