Call For Blogs

Call For Blogs: Juris Review’s Blog, Edition 1, Rolling Submissions

Juris Review aims to provide a platform to law students, research scholars, academicians, practitioners and other persons associated with the legal field to put forward their insights of various topics concerning law, through blogs and articles. We are dedicated in...

Call for Blogs: RGNUL’s CASIHR The Human Rights Blog, Rolling Submissions

The Centre for Advanced Studies in Human Rights (‘CASIHR’) is a research centre under the aegis of Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law, Punjab (‘RGNUL’). The Centre’s primary objective is to undertake, support and promote advanced study and interdisciplinary...

Call for Blogs: All India Legal Forum, Rolling Submissions

About the Blog All India legal Forum (AILF) is a platform to provide valuable contemporary assessment of issues and developments in the legal field and also put forward quality legal content for the masses. The initiative aims to generate diverse...

Call for Blogs: Criminal Law Review [CrLR], Submissions on Rolling Basis

Criminal Law Review (CrLR) is a legal start-up which began operations in January 2018. CrLR works tirelessly to assist the legal fraternity in the field of Criminal Law. It started as a criminal law blog, and is now working...

Call for Blogs: Law & Order, Submissions on Rolling Basis

About the Organization Law & Order is a student-run, peer-reviewed online platform dedicated to students at all levels of post-secondary education, as well as scholarly experts interested in areas of law and social sciences. Our mission is to highlight the...

Call for Blogs: HNLU’s Progressive Constitutional Law Society [PCLS]: Rolling Submissions

Hidayatullah National Law University(HNLU), Naya Raipur, Chhattisgarh is the 6th autonomous National Law University to be established in India. About the Organizers Progressive Constitutional Law Society (PCLS) is an initiative to ignite conversations around the Indian Constitution and in general, Constitutional...

Call for Blogs: Legal Armor, Submit by June 19

Legal Armor is a Law Blog website. They tend to live by our name and provide a protective shield to the Legal Community by providing quality writing for both Students and Professionals. About the Call For Blog The blog is our...

Call for Blogs: Indian Commercial Law Review and Practice [ICLRAP]: Submissions on Rolling Basis

About the Organizer The Indian Commercial Law Review and Practice Blog is a student-run legal blog founded by the students of the Symbiosis Law School, Pune with an aim to increase awareness of business and commercial laws amongst the students,...

Call for Blogs: RGNUL’s Law & Tech Times, Submit by June 30

About the Blog Law & Tech Times is a student-run, blind peer-reviewed newsletter based at Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law, Punjab. It is the flagship newsletter managed by the students of the University. It was founded with the objective...

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Sweden’s Idealistic Equality 

Introduction On 28th​ August, 2020 violent protests broke out in the southern Swedish city of Malmo after followers of far-right...

Gujarat HC Dismisses Petition to Allow Parsis to Perform Customary Funeral Rites; Says Fundamental Rights Are Subject to Public Order, Morality and Health

The Gujarat High Court dismissed the petition seeking directions from the Court permitting the petitioners to carry out funeral rites according to their religious practices and held that “the safety and the welfare of the State is the supreme law.”

Right of Senior Citizen to Exclusively Reside in Own House Must Be Viewed From Prism of Article 21: Calcutta HC

The Calcutta High Court while holding that senior citizen’s have exclusive right to reside in their house stated that their children and children’s spouses are only licensees.

Kerala HC Rejects Plea Against Road Widening; Says God Will Forgive Us if Religious Institutions Are Affected by Road Development Projects

According to the Kerala High Court, the petitions had raised no valid point which proved mala-fide intentions or illegality on the part of the respondents.

SC Upholds the Order of National Green Tribunal Banning Firecrackers in Areas With Poor Air Quality

The Hon’ble Supreme Court upheld the order of the National Green tribunal in banning the use of firecrackers during Covid-19 in areas with poor air quality. According to the Court it was the need of the hour.