International Journal of Law and Legal Jurisprudence Studies

Volume 4 Issue 2

S.NOTITLEAUTHORPAGE NO.URL ADDRESS
1. THE APPOINTMENT AND REMOVAL POWERS OF THE PRESIDENT UNDER THE NIGERIAN AND AMERICAN CONSTITUTIONS: A CRITICAL EXAMINATION
DR. IMO J. UDOFA1-22http://ijlljs.in/the-appointment-and-removal-powers-of-the-president-under-the-nigerian-and-american-constitutions-a-critical-examination/
2.India’s Challenges and Approaches Towards WTO in the Era of GlobalisationDr. M.P.Chandrika23-35http://ijlljs.in/indias-challenges-approaches-towards-wto-era-globalisation/
3.Diplomatic Asylum: A Necessary Evil to the Protection of Human RightsProf. (Dr.) Saroj Chhabra36-56http://ijlljs.in/diplomatic-asylum-a-necessary-evil-to-the-protection-of-human-rights/
5.PRINCIPLE OF CRIMINAL PROCEDURE IN PRE-TRIAL PROCEEDINGSKhidoyatov Bakhtiyor Botirovich77-85http://ijlljs.in/principle-criminal-procedure-pre-trial-proceedings/
6.Customs and Gender in the Context of Hindu LawsDr. Paroma Sen86-104http://ijlljs.in/customs-and-gender-in-the-context-of-hindu-laws/
7.REGULATION OF BIO-PROSPECTING AND RELATED INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS IN INDIANiti Richhariya and Shivani Vij105-121http://ijlljs.in/regulation-bio-prospecting-related-intellectual-property-rights-india/
8.THE RELEVANCE OF THE HART & FULLER DEBATE RELATING TO LAW AND MORALITY- A CRITICAL ANALYSISSonali Banerjee122-133http://ijlljs.in/the-relevance-of-the-hart-fuller-debate-relating-to-law-and-morality-a-critical-analysis/
9.ROLE OF PRECEDENT IN STATUTORY INTERPRATATIONSparsh Mehra134-141http://ijlljs.in/role-of-precedent-in-statutory-interpratation/
10.COMPETITION REGIME IN INDIA: IN DEPTH ANALYSIS
OFANTI-COMPETITIVE AGREEMENTS
Anamika Shukla142-163http://ijlljs.in/competition-regime-india-depth-analysis-ofanti-competitive-agreements/
11.AN ANALYSIS ON THE ROLE OF NON-GOVERNMENTAL ORGANISATIONS IN SENSITIZING AND PROTECTING HUMAN RIGHTS IN INDIAShubhalakshmi P 164-177http://ijlljs.in/an-analysis-on-the-role-of-non-governmental-organisations-in-sensitizing-and-protecting-human-rights-in-india/
12.THE CRITICAL ANALYSIS OF THE COMPETITION LAW IN INDIA: WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO THE ABUSE OF DOMINANT POSITIONRini Violet Tigga178-194http://ijlljs.in/critical-analysis-competition-law-india-special-reference-abuse-dominant-position/
13.CORPORATE DEBT RESTRUCTURING: A SOLUTION WITH ITS OWN ISSUESChhavi Agarwal195-206http://ijlljs.in/corporate-debt-restructuring-a-solution-with-its-own-issues/
14.THE ADEQUACY ARTICLE 356Man Mohan Mishra207-217http://ijlljs.in/the-adequacy-article-356/
15.The NRI laws of India:Marriage related problems and the law Abhimanyu Singh,Assistant Professor, ICFAI University Jaipur218-231http://ijlljs.in/nri-laws-indiamarriage-related-problems-law/

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