Efficiency and Effectiveness of the Indian Criminal Justice System

Author: Rishika Jain, 2nd Year, B.Com LLB (H), Amity Law School, Amity University Rajasthan “If the criminal law as a whole is the Cinderella of jurisprudence, then the law of sentencing is Cinderella’s, illegitimate baby.”                                                                        -Nigel Walker Introduction: When the issue of criminal justice system comes up, it is impossible to imagine a world without proper criminal laws to regulate the conduct of crimes. Thus a uniform system is the dire need of any nation for that matter to have a uniform system for punishing the offenders. The Indian…

The Plight of Migrant Workers in COVID-19

Author: Harshita Joshi, 3rd Year, B.A. LL.B (Hons), School of Law, Jagran Lakecity University, Bhopal Introduction The pandemic has shaken the entire world monstrously. The Marginalized society is also at risk.  When the first phase of lockdown was commenced, most of the migrant workers lost their job because the entire ongoing construction sites were pushed to call off the ongoing work and put all other projects on hold. Migrant workers didn’t get proper wages due to which they lost their livelihood and moreover didn’t have enough money for a meal…

Discussion On Critical Differences Between Central RERA v. West Bengal HIRA

LEXAUXILIUM.COM in association with Jus Corpus is organising a Discussion on Critical Differences between Central RERA v. West Bengal HIRA as a part of its Webinar Series. The guest speaker for the day is Mr.Harshit Anand, Associate, Khaitan and Company. About the Speaker: Mr Harshit Anand had completed his Bachelors in Law B.A.LL.B. (Hons.) from Chanakya National Law University, Patna. He is currently working in Khaitan and Co. Kolkata and has represented and advised the Usha Martin Group on the acquisition of its steel business by the Tata Group, widely…