5 Tips On How To Become A Successful Attorney

You love to watch movies and films with legal battles. You love the thrill of the courtroom, especially when you see a lawyer making an opening or closing statement that wows everyone. You know that anything made for entertainment isn’t …

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Right To Liberty And Duty During COVID-19 Pandemic

“Real Rights are a result of the performance of duty” – Hind Swaraj, Mahatma Gandhi Introduction The COVID-19 pandemic certainly created havoc not only in India but the entire world. It nearly made the world “shut down” temporarily. The nation …

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Interpretation of Judicial Mind

Introduction Precedents play a major role in decision making, but the judge applies his judicial mind to act in fair and just manner after absorbing the current environmental circumstances. Different backgrounds characteristics and experiences, all have been hypothesized as been …

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Seven Lamps of Advocacy

Introduction In the case of J.S. Jadhav v. Mustafa Haji Mohamad Yusuf[1], the Hon’ble Supreme court of India observed that “Advocacy is not a craft but a calling; a profession wherein devotion to duty constitutes the hallmark. The sincerity of …

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Supreme Court Guidelines On Medical Negligence

Introduction Medical Professionals in the eyes of Law Doctors are hailed as “real heroes”, “life saviours” and in the present circumstances, “corona warriors”, since doctors and medical staff have been working on the front lines of this pandemic, helping to …

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10 Common Mistakes in GSTR 1 Return

GST is the landmark reform in indirect taxation in India. It is for the first time that the concept of matching invoices has been introduced. Since most of the return filing process has been made computerized and the scope of …

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Hierarchy of Courts And Justice System in India

Introduction to Indian Judiciary The Indian democracy rests upon the federal system of division of powers. The authority of making laws and executing them lies in the hands of the legislature and the executive. However, the sole authority of interpretation …

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