THE NATURE OF WHITE-COLLAR CRIMINOLOGY

Authored By: Anmol Kapoor, Law Student, St. Xavier’s Law School, St. Xavier’s University Introduction “White-collar crime has been marketed – billions of dollars have been put in to have us be bored by it.”- Adam McKay[1] White-collar crimes refer to crimes that usually have occurred in the corporate sector or by other sorts of professionals which is non-violent in its nature. A crime of this category is in most cases to obtain financial gain as a result. Some common examples of the given crime can be said to be different…

Feminist Legal Theory: An Indian outlook

Authored By: Ankita Jha, Law Student, Xavier Law School The author has written this article while pursuing our 10 Days Workshop on Legal Research and Writing Introduction Michelle Obama in her memoir “Becoming” writes, “I tried not to feel intimidated when classroom conversation was dominated by male students, which it often was. Hearing them, I realized that they weren’t all smarter than the rest of us. They were simply emboldened, floating on an ancient tide of superiority, buoyed by the fact that history had never told them anything different”. A…