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15th Vyas Government Law College National Legal Essay Competition

Akanksha Prakash
25 Oct 2015 6:45 AM GMT
15th Vyas Government Law College National Legal Essay Competition
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Writing is a proclivity that a lawyer must never detach from himself, and thus, each year, the Magazine Committee of the Government Law College, Mumbai, organizes a national level legal essay writing competition, The Vyas Government Law College National Legal Essay Competition.

The Vyas Government Law College National Legal Essay Competition is sponsored by Mr. Dinesh Vyas, one of GLC's most distinguished alumni, who obtained his LLB degree from Government Law College in 1967.

In the previous edition, the entries were judged by the following judges of the Bombay High Court - Hon'bleShri Justice A. S. Oka, Hon'ble Shri Justice A. M. Thipsay, Hon'bleShri Justice S. C. Gupte and Hon'bleShri Justice S. J. Kathawalla.

The Magazine Committee of the Government Law College now invites entries for the same.

The topics this year are: 



  1. Elaborate on the need of a gender neutral Indian Penal Code in protecting men from the misuse of laws in India.



  1. With reference to 'ShreyaSinghal v Union of India', elaborate on the liberty of thought and expression in cyber space. 



  1. Is it time for India to legalise voluntary active euthanasia? Discuss in light of the recent demise of Aruna Shanbaug. 



  1. Analyze 'The Constitution (100th) Amendment Act, 2015' discussing, in detail, the implications of the Land Boundary Agreement between India and Bangladesh.



  1. Discuss the need for codification of Admiralty Law in India.


Word Limit: 

3500 - 4500 words

Deadline:

The deadline for entries is January 3, 2016.

Prizes:

1st Place:  Rs. 12,000/-

2nd Place: Rs. 9,000/-

3rd Place:  Rs. 7,000/-

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