In this post, the author talks about the need to positively enforce the right to privacy, post the Puttaswamy judgment. In doing so, the author also argues for increased state intervention (via a data protection law) for the protection of privacy on the internet.
This essay was awarded the 1st Position at the IDIA-TCLF National Essay Writing Competition, 2021, on the theme, “Intersection of Environment and the Law: Analyzing the Evolving Legal Regime”. The essay focuses upon the challenges presented by contemporary environmental law issues in the application of the law of state responsibility under international law.
This essay was awarded the 2nd Position at the IDIA-TCLF National Essay Writing Competition, 2021, on the theme, “Intersection of Environment and the Law: Analyzing the Evolving Legal Regime”. This focuses upon the issue of bio medical waste management in India in light of the COVID-19 pandemic, alongside the laws governing the treatment and disposal of such waste.
In this post, the author attempts to highlight the inclusion struggle of gig workers by analysing their position under various employment laws in India and abroad. In doing so, the author also provides certain recommendations for the creation of a new legal arrangement that caters to the needs of the gig economy.
In our latest editorial, the authors attempt to provide a brief analysis of the Draft Mediation Bill 2021, focusing firstly on some of its significant provisions and the positives attached to them. The authors then highlight some of the gaps that exist in the legislation and require further deliberation.