Quick Reference Guide: Arbitration, Conciliation and Mediation

Arbitration - Vishnu S Warrier
Quick Reference Guide: Arbitration, Conciliation and Mediation In pursuit of globalisation, India responded positively by opening up its economy. Along with the benefits promised it has also brought lot of issues. As we know the major concern of law is conflict resolution. Traditional justice delivery system through adjudication by courts had already given way to a large extent of alternative mode...

Law Relating to Electronic Contracts by Dr. R.K Singh

Vishnu Chandran, II year LLM Student, School of Legal Studies, CUSAT The technological changes are boon for mankind and the internet has changed the life of people altogether. Almost everyone is accustomed to the virtual world and accesses the same. The new communication systems have replaced the traditional snail – pace systems of communication. Business communities and consumers are all the time...

An Introduction to Rights by William A Edmundson

Cyriac Tom, IInd Year, LLM, School of Legal Studies, Cochin University of Science and Technology, Cochin.   The idea of rights is of great importance to the modern society. Especially since, the modern world has become much smaller owing to technological advancements. This has led to an explosion of communication between people and this exchange of ideas has resulted in the claim for rights throughout...

Sports Law by Anujaya Krishna

Diljith Manohar, II year LLM student, School of Legal Studies, CUSAT The idea ‘Sports’ has evolved from being a mere recreational activity to a multi-billion industry. Indian scenario is no different, especially in the field of cricket which is considered a religion rather than a sport there has always been tremendous development.Sports events with massive investments, such as Indian Premier League...

Courting Injustice the Nirbhaya Case and its Aftermath, Rajesh Talwar

Anisha D’Cruz, II year LLM student, School of Legal Studies, CUSAT In a society where a rape victim is raped hundred times by the ephemeral social stigma and media Nirbhaya like Mathura was fortunate enough at least to create her martyrdom into A Box news and a substantive relief at least to her aftermaths. Rajesh Talwar through his book reminds us the very fact that a victim of sexual cannibalism...

Adjudication in Trial Courts, LexisNexis

Mithu MP Dharan, Final Year Student, National University of Advanced Legal Studies, Kerala Title   : ADJUDICATION IN TRIAL COURTS- A BENCHBOOK FOR JUDICIAL OFFICERS Authors : N R Madhava Menon, David Annoussamy, D K Sampath Though judiciary does not have power of purse nor power of sword, neither money nor patronage nor even physical force to enforce its decisions, it is seen as an institution of...

Book Review Competition Law

Title of the Book: Competition Law Author: Dr. Avtar Singh, Advocate, Ex-Reader in Law, Lucknow University & Dr. Harpreet Kaur, Professor, National Law University Delhi Edition:First Edition, Student Edition, 2012 Publication House: Eastern Book Company (P) Ltd., 34A, Lalbagh, Lucknow-226001 ISBN – 13: 9789350286661 ISBN – 10: 93-5028-666-1 Price: Rs. 475 Review By: Dr. Ashish Kumar...