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Liberalism – A Notion By Keerti Tawar

(ISSN: 2582-7952) Twitter Instagram Linkedin Youtube Facebook “Heaven helps those who help themselves”                                                -Algernon Sidney. A liberal believes in blood, sweat, and tears. Those with the ability and willingness to work will prosper, while…
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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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Online Certificate Course on Civil Drafting – By Legal Utility

(ISSN: 2582-7952) Twitter Instagram Linkedin Youtube Facebook About the Organisation Legal Utility is a smooth platform for law students, professionals to boost their knowledge. Visitors will find a wide range of features including Judgments, Articles,…
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CLASSIFICATION OF LAWS – BY MANASVI PANDEY

(ISSN: 2582-7952) Twitter Instagram Linkedin Youtube Facebook CLASSIFICATION OF LAWS A particular classification of law encompasses all types of law but it distributes them according to particular unique characteristics. Before understanding the classification of law…
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Arbitration – The better problem solver- BY Aman Arun Singh

Twitter Instagram Linkedin Youtube Facebook “I will see you in court!” We always hear people saying this to end debate and resolve the dispute by moving to Courts. But, here, what we really should shift…