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Wither The Law Firm Technology Subsidy?

If your firm expects you to have the most expensive data plan, shouldn’t they be giving you something for the inconvenience? I mean, perhaps it’s not an inconvenience because you’re busy streaming Friends episodes on the subway and forcing yourself to pretend you’re watching something clever. But the firm doesn’t know that you’ve got terrible taste in television. Practicing law in the Read More


Law Trainee Vacancy At Uttar Pradesh Real Estate Regulatory Authority

Uttar Pradesh Real Estate Regulatory Authority invites online application for the post of Law Graduates who have graduated not before 2016-17 for contractual engagement as “Law Trainee” in UP-RERA. Name of the Post: Law Trainee No. of Post: 03 (Three) Honorarium: Rs. 30,000/- Maximum Age Limit: 27 Years Essential Qualification The candidates must have at least one-year experience of working in a court of Read More


Karnataka assembly passes bill to reserve National Law School’s 50% seats for state students

Karnataka higher education minister Basavaraj Rayaraddi said this year out of 80 students only two are from the state. Bengaluru: The Karnataka legislative assembly on Tuesday unanimously passed the National Law School of India (Amendment) Bill 2017 which proposes to reserve 50% seats in the premier institution for students who are residents of the state. State higher education minister Basavaraj Read More


Real Estate Companies Waiting For Clarity On GST, New Law: Survey

New Delhi: Sentiment in real estate sector has improved post demonetisation but the industry is still in ‘wait and watch’ mode due to lack of clarity on reforms, including the new real estate law and GST, according to a study. Property consultant Knight Frank India and FICCI today released its real estate sentiment index, based on a quarterly survey of Read More


Check how India has scored in Rule of Law index among other countries

India has ranked 59th in the Rule of law index 2015 compiled by The World Justice Project gaining an overall score of 0.51 out of 1. Rule of law index measures adherence to the rule of law by looking at policy outcomes such as whether people have access to courts or whether crime is effectively controlled. The top five countries Read More


Maharashtra security law: First draft had checks that were junked

One of the main complaints against the draft Maharashtra Protection of Internal Security Act (MAPISA) — termed “draconian” and a potential harbinger of “police raj” — is the absence of representation of the political opposition in the State Internal Security Committee, the apex body in charge of monitoring the implementation of the law. It has now emerged that an earlier Read More