By meghna at 7 October, 2010, 1:46 pm
There is a good news for ours readers. Recently Legaldrift won accolades in a blogging competition organized by legallyindia. The prize money Rs.10,000 would be invested in the upgradation of Legal Drift.
Two of our posts “Selling their bodies killing their souls: Plight of widows in Vrindavan and Mathura” and “Insight to Bhopal Gas Tragedy: A case lost before trial” recieved honourable mentions by the judges.
“Legaldrift’s entry Selling their bodies killing their souls: Plight of widows in Vrindavan and Mathura I thought again was very strong on the originality front, picking an issue ...read more Read More
By meghna at 21 July, 2010, 1:41 pm
I have a good news today to share with my readers.
I recently got credited for my research assistance in Prof Prabahkar’s paper published in the inaugural issue of the Indian Yearbook of International Law & Policy. He has also cited one of his comments on Legal Drift in the References of his paper.
The Yearbook is new peer-reviewed academic publication in the field of international law. The Yearbook seeks to provide an intellectual platform for the discussion and dissemination of Indian and international views and practices on contemporary international legal issues.
By meghna at 17 March, 2010, 2:11 pm
Wazhma Frogh needs no introduction. She has been awarded 2009 US State Department’s International Women of Courage Award by Michelle Obama and Hillary Clinton. Wazhma is presently pursuing her masters in international development law and human rights at Warwick University, U.K. She writes on her blog wazhmafrogh.blogspot.com – and has written for newspapers, including the Washington Post and The Guardian.
By meghna at 10 November, 2009, 5:11 am
A drift is a movement or force that makes something move along. Law itself signifies change , movement and evolution. It is a force that can compel people to sacrifice their beliefs and dogmas. Law shapes the opinion of masses in due course of time. Law has the capability to alter the notions of people and this legal force is the inspiration of our site “Legal Drift”.
But what can change law?