While the other departments of Jamia are giving their end-semester exams, Faculty of Law celebrates 10 more days of off for the students with less attendance. This plays as a positive for both the 'less attendees’ and the 'regulars' as they look forward to their exams beginning after 15th December. From 5th December 2019, Faculty… Continue reading No End to End Sems for Jamia Faculty of Law
Over the past decade, the social and legal ethos of the Indian subcontinent is drifting towards doom. The degradation and degeneration of the legal fabric is brought about and fuelled by the frequent outbursts of rage by the self-appointed law-officers who resort to lynching people, in order to serve justice to them. This paper discusses… Continue reading The Menace of Mob Lynching: Is it time to tailor a separate Anti-Lynching Legislation?