A Litigant’s Grief

  A population of 1.2 billion, And increasing by the million, The largest democracy they say, But can we make it all the way? The Parliament, the Ministries and the Courts, The three organs of which our nation boasts. Is it a matter of pride or shame, Of being a part of this judicial game?…

Submission Guidelines

Guidelines for Submissions Submissions are accepted on a rolling basis throughout the year from members of the bar, legal professionals, law students, or others who are interested in publishing with us and wish to further legal discourse. If you are interested in submitting a piece, kindly fill this form https://forms.gle/hV8yRqcbgmQzRGeu9. Authors need to adhere to…

Brexit- Its Impact and Consequences

Introduction: The British shocked the financial, political, and business establishments of the world by voting to leave the European Union (“EU”) in the referendum of 23rd June 2016. Analyzing the votes in the referendum, it was observed that while England and Wales opted to leave the EU, Scotland, Northern Ireland and the city of London…

Caution Against the Excessive Use of PIL

“There may be times when we are powerless to prevent justice, but there must never be a time we fail to protest”. – Elie Weisel Justice is a thought that is based upon social equity. Justice emphasises reasonable, moral and fair treatment. As per Black’s Law Dictionary, Public Interest Litigation means lawful activity in a…