How to do RESEARCH?

Many people in the world don’t know how to do Research, But they don’t ask anyone’s help. I don’t know why? Continue reading “How to do RESEARCH?”

Thinking Like A Lawyer!

The art of thinking like a lawyer.

It’s a form of swift reasoning, cool logic, effortless problem-solving skills and precision analysis that many non-lawyers wished they possessed in heated exchanges between partners, friends or colleagues. its’s a kind of calculated mental weaponry that shields you from unhelpful, inflammatory emotions while actively disarming your opponents with one slash of your sharp verbal blade. Continue reading “Thinking Like A Lawyer!”

Things Law Students Do!

When you are a law student you see things differently.

Please watch the video below and comment if you do the same:

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Arbitration is a legal technique for the resolution of disputes outside the courts.

To understand more, please watch the below video:
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Multi- (or pluri-) and interdisciplinary research are often used interchangeably , but originally they referred to different approaches. When experts from different fields work together on a common subject within the boundaries of their own discipline, they are said to adopt a multidisciplinary approach. However, if they stick to these boundaries they may reach a point where the project cannot progress any further. They will then have to bring themselves to the fringes of their own fields to form new concepts and ideas–and create a whole new, interdisciplinary field. A trans-disciplinary team is an interdisciplinary team whose members have developed sufficient trust and mutual confidence to transcend disciplinary boundaries and adopt a more holistic approach.

Literal meaning of Multidisciplinary Research is combining or involving several academic disciplines or professional specializations in an approach to a topic or problem. So, this Journal is for all the people around the globe who would like to research and would like to publish their research in a journal.


Fees for Publication

Academicians, lawyers, scholars, etc. – Rs.700

Student: Rs.300

In case of Co-Authorship, the publication fee would be Rs.500.


  • The title of the paper should be followed by name, designation, name of the Organisation/University/Institution, email address, Phone Number and name and details of the Co-author, if any.
  • It is mandatory to mention e-mail address as all future correspondence shall be made through email only.
  • The paper should be typed in MS Word format (.doc or .docx).
  • The paper must be in single column layout with margins justified on both the sides.
  • The heading should be in Font size 12, BOLD, and Times New Roman, 1.5 spacing and Justified.
  • No Word LIMITS (Minimum of 1000 words)
  • All reference must be in the form of foot notes.
  • All references must be in the form of Foot Notes with the font size 10. The authors should follow BLUE BOOK method for footnotes.

Authors are requested to submit full-Length papers at

This Journal is in Association with PEACE CHILD INDIA.

Last Date of Submission of Full Paper: 31st December, 2015


Introduction of the New Economic Policy, 1991 paved the way for economic liberalization in India. The government relaxed various controls and regulations allowing trade and commerce to flourish, resulting in a robust and progressive economy. Deregulation of industries coupled with participation from foreign investors marked the dawn of the era of large scale mergers and acquisitions (“M&A”) in India. As per Mergermarket, a global deal tracking firm “the aggregate value of merger and acquisition transaction involving Indian entities was $20.8 billion in 2013, down 46.3 per cent over the 2012 figure.” This triggered the need for reconsideration of the existing laws. Continue reading “MERGERS AND ACQUISITIONS: NEW RULES OF THE OLD GAME”

Contract for the International Sale of Good – An Analysis

We are living in the era of globalization and with the advent of internet and faster modes of communication, world has been condensed into a global village where almost each and every country are in trade relations with one another. Lifting up of legal fences with an endeavour to move on the lines of first world countries, businessmen of developing countries are now intricate in trade with traders from a wide array of jurisdiction whose laws are not familiar or uniform. Continue reading “Contract for the International Sale of Good – An Analysis”

Malicious Prosecution


Malicious prosecution is the malicious institution of unsuccessful criminal or bankruptcy or liquidation proceedings against another without reasonable or probable cause. This tort balances competing principles, namely freedom that every person should have in bringing criminals to justice and the need for restraining false accusations against innocent persons. Malicious prosecution is an abuse of the process of the court by wrongfully setting the law in motion on a criminal charge. The foundation lies in the triangular abuse of the court process of the court by wrongfully setting the law in motion and it is designed to encourage the perversion of the machinery of justice for a proper cause the tort of malicious position provides redress for those who are prosecuted without cause and with malice. In order to succeed the plaintiff must prove that there was a prosecution without reasonable and just cause, initiated by malice and the case was resolved in the plaintiff’s favour. It is necessary to prove that damage was suffered as a result of the prosecution.
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“The need of the hour is to reduce adversarial adjudicatory litigation and at the same time, give speedy, satisfactory and cost effective justice. That is where alternative dispute resolution processes with the active participation of the Bar, become relevant and urgent.[1] -Justice R.V. Raveendran
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The Future of Mediation

Mediation, as used in law, is a form of alternative dispute resolution (ADR), a way of resolving disputes between two or more parties with concrete effects. Typically, a third party, the mediator, assists the parties to negotiate a settlement. Disputants may mediate disputes in a variety of domains, such as commercial, legal, diplomatic, workplace, community and family matters.
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