Human Hands Together organized its 1st Symposium on "Law - not merely a career" in association with District Legal Services Authority, Gautam Budh Nagar, Panacea Legal, Legal Desire Media & Publications and Innovative Institute of Law, Greater Noida. The programme held on 16th September 2018 in the afternoon at the Moot Court Hall of IIL, Greater Noida. …
Legal education being a professional education for dispense of justice is incomplete without the skills of drafting. A perfect drafting of academic manuscripts from research papers to memorial and practice matters in relation to Suits, Applications, Complaints, Writ petition, Appeals etc. and other such matters connected therewith shall obviously leads to good result in terms of money, time, energy and expectation of not only the learned members of the Bench, but also the Bar as well as the parties to the litigation. It creates a congenial atmosphere where the glory of the judiciary and the Law grows to sky-heights..… …
Lloyd Law College
Paraphilia is a conduct where one is explicitly sexually stirred towards objects, targets which are surprising or unusual interests. World Heath Organisation has classified ‘Necrophilia’ as a ‘paraphilia’. The act of Necrophilia or necrophilism involves sexual attraction towards the corpses. It is a psychosexual disorder where one has bizarre fantasies revolving around the corpses.
Mooting involves identifying legal issues in a given fact scenario, advancing legal arguments after extensive research followed by drafting a written submission and finally representing these arguments in front of eminent judges. Mooting, in short is the closest a student is to being a lawyer while still in law school. Mooting helps students grow more comfortable and confident while arguing in front of judges and honing the essential skills for being an advocate. Mooting makes one brave and confident personality. The challenge and the excitement that one experience while mooting cannot be gained in classes.
Article 21 covers the Right to get medical assistance, treatment, & other medical facilities which are necessary for a person’s well-being. Due to the malpractices occurring in the medical profession, many individuals, who are in urgent need of medical facilities are often deprived of such amenities due to unacceptable crimes being committed by other private individuals.
Unfortunately, the dreaded pandemic has left many children extremely vulnerable, particularly those who have been orphaned. According to UNICEF, India has over 30 million orphan children. This number would increase during this pandemic. There are the reports wherein, Child helpline number has recorded several calls for children whose both parents succumbed to COVID-19. The Constitution of India mandates State to ensure to children equal opportunities and protection against exploitation, moral and material abandonment.
With the onset of social evolution and advancement of technologies, a consensus was formed among nations after World War II, that certain practices can no longer be tolerated. Death Penalty was one such act. In 1986, 46 countries had abolished the death penalty for ordinary crimes.
In the present context of lockdown amid the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, most of the students are at their homes doing their online classes and attending their lectures in the virtual mode. But little do they realise that there is a lot of more things to do in between this period of pandemic than to just sit at home and attend the virtual lectures. Here is a list of things which any law student can undertake during the lockdown very easily:
The extensive legal protection for human rights that currently exists in national, regional and international law is the product of millennia of struggle by individuals concerned with human justice and well-being. Human Rights governed under International Human Rights Law define the will of human rights. The distinct feature of rights related to human beings is the fact that emergence of human rights or the recognition of the rights cannot be pinpointed to one specific era or period. Research Scholars, historians among other prominent academicians have been unable to agree on one specific date as to when these rights were recognized.
Many law students face difficulties when they enter professional life. It is aptly said - it is one thing in theory and another in practice or to perform. However, if law schools adequately prepare their students they can perform exceptionally well. In developing countries, the system depicts a sorry story, and improvement in law schools is yet to be seen. It could be a complete recipe of disaster for the legal profession.
COVID-19 has given rise to an unprecedented crisis across the globe. It has brought the attention of countries to the importance of balancing the different forces of nature to save the human life. But it has undermined the other basic human rights to a large extent. Vulnerability to human rights has always been the concern of humanity as a whole and community at large. This has further been exposed during COVID-19.
The team of Human Hands Together conducted a survey at Jagat Farms Market, Greater Noida. With a team of a dozen of active volunteers especially from LLOYD LAW COLLEGE, we met at around 30 people who were begging in the market and didn’t had any place to live. The value of food, they knew better than us as many of them had no source of basic income and used to end their day without eating even a single piece of grain. On 3rd January, we purchased around 40 Blankets to distribute.
Human beings are born equal in status, dignity, importance and rights. These are moral claims which are inalienable and inherent in all individuals by virtue of their humanity alone, irrespective of caste, colour, creed, and place of birth, sex, cultural difference or any other consideration. These claims are articulated and formulated in what is today known as human rights. Human Rights become operative with the birth of an individual. They are not created by any legislature, through legislation and are not subject to amendment. Because of their enormous gravity to human beings; these rights are also sometimes referred to as fundamental rights, basic rights, inherent rights, natural rights and birth rights.
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The legal profession as it exists in India today had its beginning in the earlier years of British rule. The most talented and bright among the Indians were attracted to the study and practice of law. The legal professionals dominated the public life of the country and played a prominent role in the national struggle for freedom. Law profession produces so many great leaders who not only fought for the freedom of the country but also fought against the social discrimination and bad practices prevalent in the society.
We live in a society in which everyday life is touched by legal regulation more than at any other period of history. One of the many ways in which human societies can be distinguished from animal groups is by reference to social rules. Legal rules are especially significant in the world of business, politics, administration, human rights, conflict of laws issues, international disputes and intercountry disputes including public and private.
Criminal Law has always been at the heart of the legal field. It is one such field that requires deep study and tons of experience to master. Some of the top lawyers of the country have been able to achieve these high standards only and only because of their excellence in criminal law. It is not only helpful to a person aspiring to be criminal lawyer but also to each and every person who is involved in the any field of law as there is no field of law that is untouched from the intricacies of criminal law...…
JRTC Intern in association with Human Hands Together is privileged and proud to announce that we are associated with JRTC Intern to organize the first of its own kind, National Law Conclave on Saturday, January 11, 2020 at Vigyan Bhawan, New Delhi. The Conclave shall be comprised of two sessions viz.…
This seminar was a 3-4 hours event being curated by JRTC Intern in association with iPleaders. Human Hands Together is privileged to be a Knowledge Partner of this initiative. Our goal is to bring together bright minds to give talks that are idea-focused, and on a wide range of subjects, to foster learning, inspiration and wonder - and provoke conversations that matter. The objective of this seminar would be finding solution to imminent problems and lacunae pertaining to skills after completing the degree of law by talking and deliberating upon the skills required in different disciplines of law.…
Dr. Anita A. Patil
In India, we have two types of taxes. First, Direct taxes which are directly paid by an individual taxed on Salary, wages, commission etc. Indirect taxes which are indirectly paid by an individual for the goods purchased by an individual such as Service Tax, Excise Duty, Value Added Tax etc. …
Law is a way of life, not merely one’s career. It is perhaps, the sole profession (besides medicine of course) which is inevitably applied and verily utilized by each and every person at some point of time in their lives. Whether a lawyer or not, one inexorably does come across this field in its variant forms, be it a relative’s property dispute, a family member embroiled in a civil litigation, a stark case of corporate fraud or an unfortunate series of criminal trials.
In the year 1991, a meeting of representatives was held in Paris which is related to UN-sponsored. The meeting concluded a detailed set of principles on the status of national institutions. These are universally known as the Paris Principles.