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EDUCATION IS A RIGHT NOT A PRIVILEGE By – ARADHAYA SINGH

(ISSN: 2582-7952) Twitter Instagram Linkedin Youtube Facebook Introduction As we can see that since the creation of our country India, our country has mainly been unable to solve its problem like the epidemic crisis, the…
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FREE WEBINAR ON “JOURNEY OF A PRACTICING ADVOCATE | IN CONVERSATION WITH ADV. JAYANT BHATT” – By VIDHI PARIVARTAN

(ISSN: 2582-7952) Twitter Instagram Linkedin Youtube Facebook ABOUT VIDHI PARIVARTAN Vidhi Parivartan is a legal platform that seeks to hone the skill-sets of all the budding lawyers, aid the law students in all possible manner…
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CALL FOR LEGAL RESEARCHERS- By Lex Bona Fide – Law Journal (ISSN: 2582-7952)

(ISSN: 2582-7952) Twitter Instagram Linkedin Youtube Facebook CALL  FOR  LEGAL   RESEARCHERS >Lex Bona Fide – Law Journal (ISSN: 2582-7952) ABOUT US LBLJ (Lex Bona Fide Law Journal) (ISSN: 2582-7952) is an online platform for Students, Teachers, and…
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Workshop on Corporate Drafting By Legal Guru Expert

(ISSN: 2582-7952) Twitter Instagram Linkedin Youtube Facebook Workshop on Corporate Drafting(Register by March 21 to avail early registration discount) About the Organization Legal Guru Expert is a legal blog whose purpose is to spread awareness…
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CALL FOR BLOGS – By LEX BONA FIDE – Law Journal (ISSN: 2582-7952)

(ISSN: 2582-7952) Twitter Instagram Linkedin Youtube Facebook About LEX BONA FIDE LBLJ (Lex Bona Fide Law Journal) (ISSN: 2582-7952) is an online platform for Students, Teachers, and Scholars to express their views on various contemporary legal…
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Cherokee Nation v. Georgia: The Case and Its Impact by- Nivethi Natarajan

Cherokee Nation v. Georgia (1831) requested that the Supreme Court decide if a state may force its laws on Indigenous people groups and their domain. In the last part of the 1820s, the Georgia council…