Arnav Maru, student at the Maharashtra National Law University, Mumbai, discusses the implications of newly added Section 32A of the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code.
‘Ain’t Women Religious’ – Critiquing the Muslim Personal Law from an Intersectional Feminist Perspective
Farhan Zia, student at the Jindal Global Law School, Sonipat, critiques the Muslim personal law from a feminist point of view.
Ramya Sankaran (associate partner) and Manoj Mohapatra (legal associate) at Gagrat Advocates and Solicitors, Mumbai discuss the risk of fraud posed by the telemedicine industry.
We’re Here and We’re Queer – A Critical Appraisal of LGBT+ Protection within the International Refugee Paradigm
Shriya Kamat and Priyal Sanghvi, students at the West Bengal National University of Juridical Sciences, Kolkata, throw light upon the structural defects of the asylum regime for the LGBT+ community.
Daksha Khanna and Abeera Dubey, students at the Government Law College, Mumbai, critique the approach that the much awaited Surrogacy (Regulation) Bill, 2019 takes on commercial surrogacy.
Siddhant Bhasin and Pragya Saraf, students at the Jindal Global Law School, Sonipat, attempt to explain the underlying issue of interlocking directors that threatens competition in India and harms the interests of consumers.
Devansh Kaushik, student at the National Law School of India University, Bangalore, examines Assam’s National Register of Citizens in light of recent announcements to implement a National Register of Citizens across India.
Introduction of Group Insolvency Regime in India: Identifying the Challenges and Proposing the Solutions
Poorna Poovamma K. M. and Abhishek Wadhawan, students at the Gujarat National Law University, Gandhinagar, discuss the challenges and probable solutions for group insolvency regime.
Himangini Mishra and Arunima Phadke, students at the Gujarat National Law University, Gandhinagar, discuss the vires of the anti-profiteering laws in India along with those of the National Anti Profiteering Authority.
Akshat Bhushan, student at the Hidayatullah National Law University, Raipur and Avishek Mehrotra, student at the Symbiosis Law School, Pune, discuss electoral bonds and the Indian electoral funding regime.
For Laws may come and Laws may go, but Defections go on Forever: A Critical Analysis of the Role of the Speaker in the Indian Anti-Defection Laws
Charith Reddy and Shagun Bhargava, students at the National Academy of Legal Studies and Research, Hyderabad, comment upon the ineffectiveness of a legislation enacted to resolve a political problem like defection.