International Journal of Law and Legal Jurisprudence Studies

Volume 5 Issue 1

S.NO TITLE AUTHOR PAGE NO URL ADDRESS
1.ARBITRATION AGREEMENT: THE ISSUE OF ARBITRABILITY IN NIGERIA ARBITRATION PRACTICEGREG CHUKWUDI NWAKOBY (Ph.D & FCIArb)
DR.CHARLES EMENAOGHA ADUAKA (Ph.D)
CHIAMAKA IFEATU ORABUEZE (LL.M)
1-25http://ijlljs.in/arbitration-agreement-the-issue-of-arbitrability-in-nigeria-arbitration-practice/
3.A PARADIGM SHIFT OF RIGHT TO DIGNIFIED DEATH IN THE INDIAN JUDICIARY- CONSTITUTION AND HUMAN RIGHTS PERSPECTIVEMs. Vrushti Patel44-55http://ijlljs.in/a-paradigm-shift-of-right-to-dignified-death-in-the-indian-judiciary-constitution-and-human-rights-perspective/
4.THE CURIOUS CASE OF ARTICLE 167: HOW THE LEGISLATURE IS A PRIVILEGED KID OF THE MEDIAGulrukh Kaur Sidhu56-65http://ijlljs.in/the-curious-case-of-article-167-how-the-legislature-is-a-privileged-kid-of-the-media/
5.THE RULE AGAINST BIAS IN INDIA – A COMPARATIVE ANALYSISNavin Sinha66-81http://ijlljs.in/the-rule-against-bias-in-india-a-comparative-analysis/
6.WHETHER THE REGISTRATION OF PARTNERSHIPS SHOULD BE MADE MANDATORYPuru Varma82-99http://ijlljs.in/whether-the-registration-of-partnerships-should-be-made-mandatory/
7.An Economic Assessment of Civil Marriage Act, 2005Janeesha Singh100-111http://ijlljs.in/an-economic-assessment-of-civil-marriage-act-2005/
8.PRISONERS OF WAR AND INTERNATIONAL LAW RELATING TO ARMED CONFLICTS: A CONTEMPORARY ANALYSISHimanshi Dayal112-129http://ijlljs.in/prisoners-of-war-and-international-law-relating-to-armed-conflicts-a-contemporary-analysis/
9.EXPLORING AND ASSESSING EXCLUSIONARY PRACTICES EXERCISED BY GOOGLE IN THE MOBILE OPERATING SYSTEM MARKET WITH THE HELP OF MADA AND AFAShrashank Tripathi and Shashank Diwakar
ABSTRACT
130-148http://ijlljs.in/exploring-and-assessing-exclusionary-practices-exercised-by-google-in-the-mobile-operating-system-market-with-the-help-of-mada-and-afa/
10.ROLE OF JUDICIARY IN EXECUTION OF INTERNATIONAL LAW IN INDIAKartikeya Tripathi149-157http://ijlljs.in/role-of-judiciary-in-execution-of-international-law-in-india/
11.THE ADVISORY JURISDICTION OF THE SUPREME COURT OF INDIA: A STUDYAkshada Dhagamwar &
Supriya Dash
158-174http://ijlljs.in/the-advisory-jurisdiction-of-the-supreme-court-of-india-a-study/
12. PATERNITY LEAVE: A NEED FOR BETTER PARENTINGNAYAN LODHA 175-188http://ijlljs.in/paternity-leave-a-need-for-better-parenting/
13.A CONCLAVE WITH CALAMITY: A JURIDICAL INSIGHT INTO THE EXORDIUM OF BIOENGINEERED PANDEMICSKainat Singh and Aafreen Choudhary189-209http://ijlljs.in/a-conclave-with-calamity-a-juridical-insight-into-the-exordium-of-bioengineered-pandemics/

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