Education & Guidelines for LGBTQA+

LGBTQA rights have been a topic of discussion for a long time around the world and has gained a lot of importance in India recently. It was only in 2017, when people of the LGBT community were allowed to express their sexual orientation under the Right to Privacy under the Indian Constitution. The Right to Privacy was declared a fundamental right in the same year in the historic KS Puttaswamy versus Union of India (SC, 2017) case.

Socio-Legal aspects and provisions for Live-in Relationship in India

‘Live-in Relationship’ as defined in Alok Kumar v. State: “Live-in relationship is a walk-in and walk-out relationship where neither any strings are attached, nor does it create any legal bond between the parties. It is a contract of living together which is renewed every day by the parties and can be terminated by either of the parties without the consent of the other party and one party can walk out at will at any time.”


This course will focus on providing extensive knowledge to the students about the Company Law along with corporate restructuring and along with SEBI regulations of the M&A.

Information as a Public Good: Importance of Reliable Information During a Pandemic

The COVID-19 pandemic has demonstrated how crucial free access to reliable information can be. In a crisis such as this, it wouldn’t be an understatement to say that information can be a matter of life and death. Conversely, disinformation has speedily increased and it fuels various risks, including, at the present, the risk to public health. Further, it reinforces other challenges such as socio-economic disparity, gender bias, and inequalities of all forms.

The Defence of Parasomnia – Interpreting Criminal Behaviour

Parasomnias are a set of sleep disorders characterized as undesired physical occurrences or sensations that occur during the initiation of sleep, throughout sleep, or during arousal from sleep. Sleepwalking, sleep terrors, sleep talking, and sleep paralysis are some of the behavioral symptoms linked with partial arousals from sleep known as parasomnia. It can happen at any age.

Call for Members: ISLR’s Global Ambassadors Programme

About ISLR Indian Society for Legal Research is a non-profit and apolitical organisation which works in the field of legal research. Currently, we have launched a short term Project on International Courts & Tribunals and Electoral Reforms. We have also launched Online Certificate Course on International Humanitarian Law and Artificial Intelligence. About the Global Ambassadors ProgrammeContinue reading “Call for Members: ISLR’s Global Ambassadors Programme”

Need for Criminalizing Marital Rape in India

||Pragati Mishra|| The bruises and the marks on the body of some married Indian women often tell the story of their sufferings. The story which has no existence in the eyes of law. It is often said that how can a husband rape his wife? Why the hell she said yes to the marriage ifContinue reading “Need for Criminalizing Marital Rape in India”

What is Unconventional Trademark?

By- Mohd Imran!! A trademark according to S.2(1)(zb) of the Trademarks Act, 1999 means “a mark capable of being represented graphically and which is capable of distinguishing the goods or services of one person from those of others and may include the shape of goods, their packaging and combination of colours.” From a cursory readingContinue reading “What is Unconventional Trademark?”

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