Share Tweet Plus One Pin It Email Print By: Manav Malhotra May 25, 2018 2:21 pm Change Font Size NLSIU Bengaluru is organizing Three Day Professional Certificate Course On “Privacy and Data Protection Laws”. Venue: International Training Centre, NLSIU Nagabhavi, Bengaluru, India – 560 242 Date: 6th to 8th July, 2018 Aim: The Three Day Professional Certificate Course on Privacy and Data protection Laws would be analysing its issues and look at matters relating to data protection and privacy from a legal, constitutional, industry and compliance specific perspective. Who Can Attend? Lawyers, Cybersecurity Experts, Cyber Technicians, Privacy Officers, Data Officers, Compliance Officers, Data Protection Officers, Students, Academicians, Relevant Industry Personnel Course Fee: Rs. 10, 000/ – per participant – Non residential Last Date for Registration: 10th June 2018 For More Details, Please Contact: Dr. Sairam Bhat Professor of … [Read more...] about NLSIU Bengaluru Certification Course on Privacy and Data Protection Laws, 6th to 8th July, 2018
Lawyers on law and order
CAMPAIGNERS are calling for "Charlie's Law" and "Alfie's Law" - giving parents of terminally ill children more power over their hospital care. Steven Woolfe, Member of the European Parliament for North West England, is backing a campaign supported by Alfie Evans' parents. Here's what you need to know. What are Alfie's Law and Charlie's Law? Launched by Westminster think tank Parliament Street, the Alfie's Law campaign says MPs should give parents more rights over their children's hospital treatment. The campaign claims it recognises the dedication of doctors and nurses treating sick children, but parents also have "moral rights". It follows the high-profile legal battle to keep 23-month-old Alfie Evans alive. Judges backed doctors at Liverpool's Alder Hay hospital who wanted to withdraw life-support, and ruled against his parents' wish to take him abroad. The campaign was backed by the parents of 11-month-old Charlie Gard who died last July after a legal battle with Great Ormond Street … [Read more...] about What are Charlie’s Law and Alfie’s Law, what rights would they give parents over their children’s care and who has backed them?
Share Tweet Plus One Pin It Email Print By: Apoorva Mandhani April 16, 2018 6:43 pm Change Font Size ‘Lawyers for Democracy and Rule of Law’ has written to the Bar Council of India (BCI) demanding disciplinary action against lawyers of the State of Jammu and Kashmir who had allegedly called for a strike in defence of the accused in the matter of rape and murder of an eight-year-old girl in Kathua. In a letter addressed to BCI Chairman Mr. Manan Kumar Mishra, the Lawyers’ body asserts that while the Bar Council of Jammu and Kashmir should immediately have sprung into action, it has not done anything so far as it appeared to be hand-in-glove with the accused lawyers. It then asserts, “It is the duty of the Bar Council of India to ensure that the lawyers conduct themselves within the bounds of law and professional ethics. The whole country is disturbed and dismayed over the way the Bar Associations and its lawyer members at Jammu have behaved in … [Read more...] about Take Disciplinary Action Against J&K Lawyers: Lawyers For Democracy And Rule Of Law To BCI
“Prohibition of law interns on miscellaneous days hampers the scope of learning expected out of litigation internships as most of the important arguments and leading cases are listed and heard on these two days only, therefore denying interns entry on those specific days, defeats the very objective of a legal internship and the provision. Further, such a denial vide the notification also violates the fundamental rights of the law interns”, said the petition A bench headed by Chief Justice Dipak Misra has agreed to hear a petition filed by a law student challenging the ban (since August 2013) on entry of law interns into the Supreme Court courtrooms/premises on ‘miscellaneous days’ –Monday and Friday– of every week when several public interest litigations are heard.“Prohibition of law interns on miscellaneous days hampers the scope of learning expected out of litigation internships as most of the important arguments and … [Read more...] about CJI Bench Agrees To Hear Plea By Law Student Challenging ‘Miscellaneous Days’ Entry Ban On Law Interns
The Supreme Court today issued notice to the Centre and states on a public interest litigation which alleged that its orders issued in 2013 and 2015 pertaining to curbing acid attacks and timely grant of relief and compensation were not being followed“We are issuing notice”, a bench headed by Chief Justice Dipak Misra told petitioner and lawyer Anuja Kapoor.Quoting some statistics, she claimed that there were 1189 cases of acid attacks between 2010 and 2016, a shocking high number even after theSC orders. She contended that “open sale of acid was going on in the market without any control”.SC had earlier ruled that a photo identity card containing residential address issued by authorities concerned would be required for purchasing such substances which in any case cannot be sold to a person who is below 18 years.She urged that the Supreme Court should not spare any state which is not implementing its earlier orders in dealing with acid attacks on women and not … [Read more...] about SC Notice To Centre, States In PIL Which Said Acid Attacks On Rise As Orders Not Being Complied With