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Our Mission: To legally empower the marginalized and excluded groups of the society by providing effective legal representation, legal literacy and awareness and bridging the gap between the legally available benefits and the entitled beneficiaries.​

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Law Time Journal : Law Times Journal is India’s no. 1. law website for all law Students. Best website for law students and for law news . Best law website for regular update.

MCA : MCA regulates corporate affairs in India through the Companies Act, 1956, 2013 and other allied Acts, Bills and Rules. MCA also protects investors and offers many important services to stakeholders. This site is your gateway to all services, guidance, and other corporate affairs related information.

Amnesty India : Amnesty International is a global movement of more than 7 million people in over 150 countries and territories who campaign to end abuses of human rights.

Live Law: Law impacts the society in a big way and is deeply embedded in our social world. The pursuit of social change, therefore, involves an engagement with law. In India, the social dimension of law becomes especially relevant considering the fact that
services remain largely inaccessible to the common man…

Indian Constitutional Law and Philosophy: Through an analysis of some of our important constitutional cases, past and present, I seek to engage with the set of diverse political and philosophical values that underlies the text of the Constitution, and has informed its interpretation over the years. These values may be articulate or inarticulate premises of judicial decisions; they may harmonise both horizontally (across constitutional provisions) and vertically (at different levels of abstraction within the same provision), or they may be in irreconcilable conflict. The idea is to arrive at a tentative understanding of the kinds of values that judges invoke in important constitutional cases, and the manner in which they do so – and then to critically question them at both levels.