Alternate dispute resolution mechanisms have become an important tool of settlement, owing to their speedy nature of dispensing justice. These mechanisms provide for out of court settlements of matters at the convenience of the parties and with their consent. Mediation has thus gained popularity especially in matters related to family or matrimonial disputes.
In this article, Akanksha Mishra discusses the effectiveness of the International Court of Justice and its ruling, paying special attention to its policy of consensual jurisdiction.
The world that the law is meant to reign upon has relocated its focus from text to visual ways of understanding various happenings as the technology develops.The article wants the readers to check the pace at which they want justice to be imparted with the aid of visual understanding of events.
A spouse can approach the court of law under the providential fault ground, and can get his or her marriage dissolved. Nevertheless, there are certain drawbacks in the law that disables the patient-spouse.In the present article, the authors will try to analyze and find the effective solution to the some highlighted problems.
This article proposes to traverse a different path of introspection. We endeavour to invite the readers’ attention to the ‘public behaviour’ and ‘celebratory applause’ that went unnoticed and which we as students found slightly disturbing.
In times of a pandemic, where access to Courts is not easily available, arbitrary use of such laws becomes more troubling.
In this article, the author highlights the inadequacy of reservation in uplifting oppressed groups and emphasises on the need for a social and bottom up approach.
In this article Unnati attempts to defend the actions of the judiciary as being a part of their role as the guardians of justice within the Indian judicial system.