All Posts by Shivam Mishra

Indian Young Lawyers Association V. State Of Kerala (Case Analysis)

“The State is no position to be, nor should it become, the arbiter of religious dogma” Justice Iacobucci, Syndicat Northcrest v. Amselem[1] India is a secular country [2] where all religions have endowed with the freedom of religious practice as a major right under Article 25 and 26 of the constitution.[3] The questions of theContinue reading “Indian Young Lawyers Association V. State Of Kerala (Case Analysis)”

Analyzing the Roles and Responsibility of Regulatory Bodies in Legal Education

“In a world divided by differences of nationality, race, colour, religion and wealth [the rule of law] is one of the greatest unifying factors, perhaps the greatest, the nearest we are likely to approach to a universal secular religion.” -Tom Bingham These lines by the former chief justice of the United Kingdom require a significantContinue reading “Analyzing the Roles and Responsibility of Regulatory Bodies in Legal Education”

Religion and Women: Solving The Conflict

Recently, the Supreme Court in Shayara Bano v. Union of India[i] declared the ongoing practice of triple talaq unconstitutional. The Court further instructed the central government to make appropriate laws for this. Consequently, the Muslim Women (Protection of Rights on Marriage) Act, 2019 has been introduced by the government which even criminalizes this practice withContinue reading “Religion and Women: Solving The Conflict”

Juvenile Delinquency: An Assessment of Psychological Approaches and Prevention

Juvenile delinquency in simple words can be understood as participation of minors (age specified by statuary in concerned country or city for example in India anyone less than age 18 years would be counted as minor while in Texas, an American city this age is 17 years) in unlawful activities for example- theft, assault orContinue reading “Juvenile Delinquency: An Assessment of Psychological Approaches and Prevention”

Constitutional Morality: A Critical Analysis

The Indian Constitution is a living document that consistently evolving whether by the judicial interpretation or by the introduction of different-2 legislations new dimensions of the constitution are being unfolded which conspicuously tends to uphold the majesty of the constitution. However, the common object of all these various developments of new constitutional dimensions is toContinue reading “Constitutional Morality: A Critical Analysis”

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