Journal of Legal Studies & Research

Journal of Legal Studies & Research is a Bi-Monthly e-Journal of Law and allied subjects bearing ISSN: 2455-2437. The Journal covers contemporary issues of Law and is not limited to any specific topic or subject.

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Contradictory Statement of Article 13 and 368

Legal battle between the Indian Judiciary and the parliamentary bodies of the country started in the early 1950s. Perhaps no issue of Indian constitutional law has received more scholarly attention than the basic structure doctrine. The notion that courts can invalidate constitutional amendments poses difficult questions about the scope of judicial review and the nature

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Comparative Study on the Commons Mechanism of Key Patent Technologies in Public Health Emergencies

This paper makes a comparative analysis of the three patent commons mechanisms, that is, compulsory patent licensing, patent pool, and voluntary pledges. It is found that different patent commons mechanisms have different characteristics, and the research and development costs of different technologies and their impact on public health also vary to a certain extent. Relevant

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Investor-State Dispute Settlement (ISDS) Mechanism: A Multifaceted Examination of their Jurisprudential Underpinnings

Investor-State Dispute Settlement (ISDS) mechanisms and arbitration play a pivotal role in modern international investment law. This abstract provides an overview of ISDS mechanisms and arbitration, highlighting their significance, evolution, and the ongoing debates surrounding their use. ISDS mechanisms offer a platform for resolving disputes that may arise between foreign investors and host states. These

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A Comparative Analysis of Data Privacy Laws across India, EU and USA

The research paper aims to address the pressing issue of data privacy laws in India and the European Union (EU) to comprehensively examine the challenges, disparities, and potential areas of convergence within these two distinct regulatory frameworks. In an era marked by the global exchange of personal data and heightened concerns over data breaches and

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The Bedrock of Fairness: Principles of Natural Justice in Legal Adjudication

This article examines the Principles of Natural Justice, highlighting their fundamental role in ensuring fairness, transparency, and due process in the administration of justice. The honourable Supreme Court’s position on Natural Justice as elaborated in the Canara Bank Vs. Debasis Das’s case underlines its role in liberating the administration of justice from narrow consideration and

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