International Journal of Law and Legal Jurisprudence Studies

Volume 4 Issue 3

S.NOTITLEAUTHORPAGE NOURL ADDRESS
1.AN ANALYSIS OF ADVISORY OPINION DELIVERED BY SUPREME COURT: PRESENT SCENARIO AND PERSPECTIVEDr. Amit Singh and Dr. Dharmendra Kumar Singh1-22http://ijlljs.in/an-analysis-of-advisory-opinion-delivered-by-supreme-court-present-scenario-and-perspective/
2.A JURISPRUDENTIAL QUAGMIRE ONDEFINITION OF ‘RIGHTS’- HUMAN OR LEGAL, BOTH OR NEITHER? TO WHAT DIVINE AND CONSTRUCTIVE PURPOSE IN SOCIETY?Israel Okunwaye23-38http://ijlljs.in/jurisprudential-quagmire-ondefinition-rights-human-legal-neither-divine-constructive-purpose-society/
3.CEPA- the Regional Free Trade Agreement That Further Integrated and Strengthened the Legal Services Markets between the Mainland and Hong KongCharles H. W. Mak39-52http://ijlljs.in/cepa-regional-free-trade-agreement-integrated-strengthened-legal-services-markets-mainland-hong-kong/
4.HUMANITARIAN LAW AND INTERNAL DISPLACEMENT IN NIGERIA: AN URGENT NEED FOR LEGAL FRAMEWORK.Dr. Babalola Abegunde and Barr. Omidoyin Taye Joshua53-69http://ijlljs.in/humanitarian-law-internal-displacement-nigeria-urgent-need-legal-framework/
5.THE CONCEPT OF ‘WILL’ UNDER MUSLIM LAW: A STUDYDr Anand Kumar Tripathi70-83http://ijlljs.in/the-concept-of-will-under-muslim-law-a-study/
6.CIVIL SOCIETY AND BRICSManveen Singh and Mudit Jain84-92http://ijlljs.in/civil-society-and-brics/
7.THE MYTH OF EASE THAT PREVAILS OVER ELECTRONIC EVIDENCEShivam Bansal and Raushan Tara Jaswal93-115http://ijlljs.in/the-myth-of-ease-that-prevails-over-electronic-evidence/
8.EMPOWERING INDIAN MUSLIM WOMEN IN THE ERA OF
GLOBALIZATION
Dr. M.P.Chandrika116-124http://ijlljs.in/empowering-indian-muslim-women-in-the-era-of-globalization/
9.CAN THE NON – PROLIFERATION TREATY IN ITS CURRENT FORM REMAIN A USEFUL TOOL FOR CONSTRAINING NUCLEAR AMBITIONS?Vidhi Gupta125-142http://ijlljs.in/can-non-proliferation-treaty-current-form-remain-useful-tool-constraining-nuclear-ambitions/
10.CYBERHATE IN INDIA – REGULATION AND INTERMEDIARY LIABILITY Suvidutt M.S. and Dr.Aditya Tomer143-153http://ijlljs.in/cyberhate-in-india-regulation-and-intermediary-liability/
11.PHOTOCOPYING AND DOCTRINE OF FAIR DEALING: AN ANALYSISAshish Kumar Lammata154-165http://ijlljs.in/photocopying-and-doctrine-of-fair-dealing-an-analysis/
12.REPRODUCTIVE AUTONOMY AND RELATED SEXUAL FREEDOM IN INDIAIshmeet Kaur Taluja and Simran166-183http://ijlljs.in/reproductive-autonomy-related-sexual-freedom-india/
13.A PURPOSIVE ANALYSIS OF CONFLICT OF LAWSOF DIVORCE: APPROACH OF THE INDIAN JUDICIARYNeelam Meshram &AnanyaDube184-195http://ijlljs.in/purposive-analysis-conflict-lawsof-divorce-approach-indian-judiciary/
14.THE ARBITRABILITY PROBLEM: THE ISSUE OF FRAUDPrerna Yadav196-204http://ijlljs.in/arbitrability-problem-issue-fraud/
15.RULE OF LAWAlok Kumar Yadav205-220http://ijlljs.in/rule-of-law/
16.THE THIRD MAN IN INTERNATIONAL ARBITRATION:
Analysis of the Issues & Challenges in Arbitration Funding
Deeksha Malik and Meher Tandon221-232http://ijlljs.in/third-man-international-arbitration-analysis-issues-challenges-arbitration-funding/
17.JUVENILE JUSTICE: DETERMINING JUVENILITY & ANALYSIS OF PROTECTION OF CHILDREN FROM SEXUAL OFFENCES ACT, 2012Ishan Kapoor&Rishabh Vohra 233-249http://ijlljs.in/juvenile-justice-determining-juvenility-analysis-protection-children-sexual-offences-act-2012/
18.NEGOTIABLE INSTRUMENTS AND THEIR INDORSEMENTS IN INDIASristi Yadav250-262http://ijlljs.in/negotiable-instruments-indorsements-india/
19.INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS REGIME VIS-A-VIS FOOD SECURITY- IRONING OUT THE CREASESAnagh Mishra263-278http://ijlljs.in/intellectual-property-rights-regime-vis-a-vis-food-security-ironing-out-the-creases/
20.FEMALE GENITAL MUTILATION:
(A Socio- Legal Perspective In Indian Context)
Mihir Garg & Rashi Jain279-291http://ijlljs.in/female-genital-mutilation-socio-legal-perspective-indian-context/
21.PATENT LAW, TRIPS &PROTECTION OF PUBLIC HEALTH IN INDIA: A REVIEWDr. Pradip Kumar Das292-301http://ijlljs.in/patent-law-trips-protection-of-public-health-in-india-a-review/
22.PRIVATE SPACE LICENSING AT UNITED STATES AND AUSTRALIA: A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS Somya Mishra
302-311http://ijlljs.in/private-space-licensing-united-states-australia-comparative-analysis/

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