Jus Dicere Review

The law has been undergoing drastic transformations over the last few years. The law is an integral part of the society where every individual are influenced by social, political, cultural, economic factors. In this fast-moving and changing society, the judicial rules and regulation are updated to meet the current needs of the society. It gives an effective solution to the problems faced by society. Law necessitates the clear understanding of the current societal changes, needs, and techniques or ways to overcome the shortcoming of existing laws and enact new laws.

In the vision of addressing the legal issues faced by the society and strive to find the solutions for the betterment of the society, Jus Dicere brings on a new publication series, Jus Dicere Review.

In this series, we encourage the legal fraternity, students, and professionals, research scholars to put forth their perspectives and publish their chronicle through innovative research. This publication inspires the young legal minds to share their opinions and render pragmatic solutions through innovative research.

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Title of Publication Jus Dicere Review
Publisher Parag Agrawal
Imprint Jus Dicere
Volume Two
Issue One
ISBN To Be Released
Publication Month March
Publication Year 2019

Published Paper

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Title of Publication Jus Dicere Review
Publisher Parag Agrawal
Imprint Jus Dicere
Volume One
Issue One
ISBN 978-93-5300-109-4
Publication Month March
Publication Year 2018

Published Paper

S. No. Title of Paper Author Name Paper Link
First Author Second Author
1 Vanishing Nations: Islands Battling to Stay Afloat Abhilash Pattnaik Mohit Dang click here
2 The Origin of Privacy from Ethics and the need of their mutual detachment Abhivardhan Disqualified
3 Human Rights, Terrorism and Counter-Terrorism Laws in India Ankita Nihaniwal Disqualified
4 Use of Force of International Law and Collective Security Daksh Middha Radhika Dwivedi click here
5 Case Comment on Tripal Murder Lokesh Bulchandani Shikha Thakkar click here
6 Long Article Lovely Singh Priya Sahay Disqualified
7 International Commercial Arbitration in India-Issues and Challenges Misha Bahmani Amit Agarwal click here
8 In the name of Religion: Barbarism of Past, Hypocrisy of Present Mohammad Adil Ansari shivani chauhan click here
9 Prenuptial Agreement In India-Presence, Judicial Attitude And Roadblocks Mousmi Panda click here
10 Legality Of Euthanasia vis-à-vis Right To Life – An Incessant Dilemma In The Periphery Of International Human Rights Law Namrata Chakraborty Priyanka Sahasrabudhe click here
11 Rohingya Crisis: India’s Balancing Act Parash Biswal click here
12 Climate refugees: between uncertainty and humanity Patruni Srilakshmi click here
13 Rape: A Ghost That Haunts Females’ Life Priya Agrawal Disqualified
14 Boycotting Social Boycotts: Towards Emancipation from the Tyranny of Caste Panchyats Priyanka Sharma Aiswarya Mudaliar click here
15 A Comparative Analysis Of Institutional Arbitration Versus Ad-Hoc Arbitration Rajshree Agarwal click here
16 Exigency Of Domestic Norms For Tackling Refugee Crisis: Perspective On Citizenship And Balance Between Human Rights And National Interest In India Rishika Raghuwanshi Ayush Chowdhury click here
17 LGBT+ Discrimination: Invisible Conflict with a Visible Solution Sanika Surve Tanvi Kapde Disqualified
18 Human Rights For The Stateless, With Special Emphasis On The Rohingya Refugee Crisis Simran Chandani click here
19 If India Could Find It’s Antidote Smrutirekha Singh Nagendra Singh Disqualified
20 International Human Rights Law and Refugees: Foundational Obligations of Transnational Corporations Tanysha Samal Qazi Salar Masood Aatif click here
21 Overpopulation: A Hurdle in National Growth Vipul Ranjan Mishra Disqualified
Title of Publication Jus Dicere Review
Publisher Parag Agrawal
Imprint Jus Dicere
Volume One
Issue Two
ISBN 978-93-5300-108-7
Publication Month June
Publication Year 2018

Published Paper

S. No. Title of Paper Author Name Paper Link
First Author Second Author
1 Critiquing the Law on the Legitimacy of Child Birth -A Case to Reform Section 112 of the Indian Evidence Act (1872) Anirudh Belle click here
2 Demonetisation as Utilitarianism Anuradha Roy Chowdhury (Ghosh) click here
3 Global E-Commerce Affairs Damini Garg Kumar Shivam click here
4 MTP Amendments: Sufferers of Delay Are Knocking At Courts Door Deepika click here
5 Book Review the Trail Dipika Vyas click here
6 Forbidden Love – But For How Long? Divya Sugand Hunney Mittal click here
7 Times Up For Sara Act? Kartikeya tripathi click here
8 Clean Energy as a Reality in India Manas Ranjan Panda Ardhendu Sekhar Nanda click here
9 GDPR: The Need of the Hour Manish K.Salian click here
10 Time Limitation and Fast-Track Arbitration in India €“Analysis of Section 29a and 29b Misha Bahmani click here
11 Chit Funds- Laws and Regulations to Protect the Indian Investor Mouli Majumder click here
12 Constitution Endorses Sexual Privacy: A Vision to Bubble up Spiritual Equity Paavni Thareja click here
13 Jurisprudence of Intellectual Property Rights: Struggle between Have and Have-nots (Delhi University Photocopy Case) Priya Agrawal click here
14 Marital Rape: A Curse on Indian Wives Ramandeep Sohal Rajbeer Singh click here
15 Marginalized and Human Rights Risha Kulshrestha Neha Ramesh Bhat click here
16 IPR Issues in Sports Ruchira Swain Surbit Nandan click here
17 Critical Appraisal of Court-Annexed Mediation in India Ruhi Paul click here
18 Book Review 10 Judgements That Changed India Samarthya Pandey click here
19 Cultural Destruction as a War Crime: A Critical Analysis of Al-Mahdi Case Shivani Purohit Prachi Deva click here
20 Forensic Science and the Need for Its Improvement Sneha Mary Philip click here
21 Globalisation: A Study in International Peace-Keeping by the Dint of the Youth Swati Singh click here
22 Digital Currency- Bitcoin and Its Legal Aspects in India & Globally Yoshita click here
23 Exigency of Criminal Retribution for Patent Infringement Zarish Ali Upasana Dahiya click here
Title of Publication Jus Dicere Review
Publisher Parag Agrawal
Imprint Jus Dicere
Volume One
Issue Three
ISBN 978-93-5300-107-0
Publication Month September
Publication Year 2018

Published Paper

S. No. Title of Paper Author Name Paper Link
First Author Second Author
1 Case Comment – Neetu Singh V. Rajiv Saumitra Abhay Gairola click here
2 Crime Against Women; A Growing Concern For Humanity. Akshay Shrivastava click here
3 Gender Injustice and Harassment in Film Industry: Constraints And Remedies Akshi Gill Aditi Jaiswal click here
4 Indian Law Favour Women More Akshita Shukla click here
5 Uncle Judges Practice Alok Bhardwaj Sankalp Patel click here
6 Case Comment – Rajesh Sharma & Others V State of UP & Others Amrashaa Singh click here
7 Criminal Victimization and Administration of Justice Anshul Gupta click here
8 Female Infanticide Arathy.R click here
9 Uniform Civil Code: A Progressive Step Avni Kritika click here
10 The Fight Is Not Over: Analysis of Shayara Bano Case Deepansh Tripathi Rakshika Aphale click here
11 Comparison between Status of Women In Hindu Society And Muslim Society Divya Sadhwani click here
12 GST – Great Skeptic Transition Gautam Kumar Aadarsh Anand click here
13 Paris Women Identity Crisis: A Case Of Deemed Conversion Questioning the Autonomous Status of Women Gursimran Kaur Bakshi click here
14 Crimes Relating To Indian Passport Act, 1967 Harsh Narwal click here
15 Corporate Social Contract Ivin George click here
16 Marital Rape: A Legit Crime Juhi Anand Shweta Raj click here
17 Competition Policy: Developing Countries Advantage Kartikeya Tripathi click here
18 A Case Study of Feminism In India Krishna Balraj Sahay Snehil click here
19 Absolute Conjugal Rights Blurring the Concept of Violence Within A Wedlock: A Comparative Study Of South Africa And Swaziland. Mahima Balaji click here
20 The Indian Saga on Fugitive Economic Offenders Manohar Samal click here
21 Public Policy as Ground for Setting Aside Or Non- Enforcement of International Arbitral Awards: Asian Perspective Misha Bahmani click here
22 Why Marital Rape Should Not Be Criminalised Priyadarshi Jha click here
23 The Malediction of Juvenile Delinquency Priyanka Nair Vishnu Prasad J click here
24 Rights and Obligations of a State in International Investments Priyanka Parag Taktawala click here
25 Execution of Foreign Arbitral Award Vis-A-Vis Public Policy Rahul Saraswat click here
26 Quality of Legal Education In India: Way Ahead Raj Krishna Jagriti Pandey click here
27 Incongruity between Creditors and Homebuyers Under The Insolvency And Bankruptcy Code, 2016 Rudrani Sengupta click here
28 Rehabilitating Criminals through Probation And Parole: A Socio-Legal Analysis Sami Ahmed Mohd Yasin click here
29 Digital Economy Simran Kaur Kohli click here
30 Do Medicines Need Treatment In India Subhiksha.S Swathika Rathnachalam click here
31 Religion and Equality in Liberal Constitutionalism Varsha Balasubramanian click here
32 GST and the Service Sector-An Analysis in India Vasudha Krishnamurthy click here
Title of Publication Jus Dicere Review
Publisher Parag Agrawal
Imprint Jus Dicere
Volume One
Issue Four
ISBN 978-93-5300-105-6
Publication Month December
Publication Year 2018

Published Paper

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