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  After graduate in LLB, you have more choices to specialise, research, and study Law. In this blog, I will be discussing the various law specializations and what all is included in each of them.   Criminal Law This law field deals with offences against society o

  Bachelor of Legislative Laws (LLB) is an undergraduate degree programme that deals with the study of various types of laws such as Labour Law, Family Law, Criminal Law, Human Rights, and International Law, etc.

  There are 2 options for legal courses- 3 years LL.B Course for which the minimum eligibility criterion is Graduation; the course is divided into 6 semesters and 5-year course for undergraduate students, the course is divided into 10 semes

  The LL.B is the abbreviation for the Law Degree programme. The LL.B abbreviation is derived from the Latin term; Legum Baccalaureus, Known as Bachelor of laws. Which translate to the bachelor of laws, meaning that the actual degree classification is equivalent to that of a BA or B.SC., etc. There are two opt

  The object of the law is twofold, viz., primarily, it seeks to protect and guarantee the interests and promote the welfare of the people and secondly, it seeks to administer justice according to the rule of law or procedure established by law. Th

Traditionally insanity has been measured by what is largely a cognitive test. Under this test, the “inquiry” is whether the troubled mind was so deranged as to render the person wholly and absolutely incompetent to comprehend the nature and quality of the act. This criteria was formulated when the psychiatric knowledge was quite primitive. It failed to account for one who by reason of mental illness is unable to control hi

A victim is usually defined as a person who has been directly harmed by a crime that was committed by another person. In 1985, the United Nations adopted the Declaration of Basic Principles of Justice for Victims of Crime and Abuse of Power and defines the victims in Article 1 as: “(1) ‘Victims’ means natural persons who, individually or collectively, have suffered harm, including

The main forms of Contempt of Court are insult to Judges, attacks upon them, comments on pending proceedings with a tendency to prejudice fair trial, obstruction to officers of the Court, witnesses or the parties, abusing the process of the Court, breach of duty by officers connected with the Court and scandalizing the Judges or the Courts.   Sectio

Succession, in simple words, implies to the act of succeeding or following, as of events, objects, places in series. Speaking purely of legal terms, succession is the process of a person‘s right of inheriting a title, office or property etc. relinquished by a person, arising on the event of his/her death. According to Black’s Law Dictionary, “inheritance may be defined as a receip

A central principle of the rule of law is the principle of the equality before the law for all the citizens. Legal aid should be available for those persons who cannot afford the costs of the justice and therefore to ensure that the justice does not become a preserve for the r

  "All human beings are born free & equal in dignity and rights" declares Article 1 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. The Universal Declaration was adopted by the General Assembly of the United Nations on 10 December 1948. Human Rights may be regarded as those fundamental and inalienable rights and also the natural rights which are essential for life as human beings.

This blog highlights primitive methods of dispute resolution and advent of ADR in India. It suggests the loopholes in conflict categorized method of dispute resolution. Further, it suggests different methods of dispute resolution through ADR and analytically discusses the oblig

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The Legal Aid Scheme was first introduced by Justice P.N. Bhagwati under the Legal Aid Committee formed in 1971. According to hi

Equality of Educational Opportunity refers to where all human beings get equal chances of development and there is no discrimination. It means that equality is characterized by equal opportunity. Everyone gets equal chance/opportunity for education.

Legal aid refers to the provision of assistance in the society to the people who are unable to afford legal representation and access to the court system. It is regarded as the central force in providing access to justice

Incapacity to consult, captivate or get represented by a lawyer during any kind of legal proceedings in courts, government offices, authorities, and departments etc. for preserving or prosecuting a person's legal rights and obligations may amount to the same thing as being unde

Domestic violence can be described as when one adult in a relationship misuses power to control the other. It is the establishment of control and fear in a relationship through violence and other forms of abuse. The violence may involve physical abuse, sexual assault, and threa

This blog covers the aspect of women from past history to the present world. It shows how the law of our country has contributed its best to change the lives of women, to make them live with dignity and respect and not as a slave.   

Many of us know that we are Hindu by birth; but we don't understand what it really means. Here is a conversation th

Judicial activism refers to the phenomenon of the courts dealing with those issues which they have traditionally not touched or which were not in the contemplation of the founding fathers. It is a state of mind, the origin of which lies in

A sense of security at the workplace improves women’s participation in work, resulting in their economic empowerment and inclusive growth.

Medical Negligence is on the rise and has become a reason for concern. Large numbers of such cases are coming to the court seeking redress of their grievances.  Today doctors are money minded and they keep dragging the patient and do not discharge

Article 21 reads as: “No person shall be deprived of h

Article – 51 of the constitution of India provides that the state should strive to  

Women Harassment is one of the biggest problems faced by women today in different sectors of life. We rarely pass through a week without a reminder of these kinds of incidents which should be termed as Social Problems.

Law is best among other professions because it has scope in personal as well as in the professional life of an individual. A clear concept of law is beneficial to a person as well as to the society. One can practice Law as a Lawyer, Solicitor, Judge, Legal Advisor, Attorney, etc.

Law is important for a society as it serves as a norm of conduct for its citizens. Liberally, the legal education serves the society by imparting law students general and cultural education, making them good

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