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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Comparing Trade Union Laws and Labour Protections in the Commercial Realms of Malaysia and Kazakhstan

This article analyzed the specifics of the Federation of Malaysia and the Republic of Kazakhstan, as two lead contemporaries of the developing world, espousing correct measures to regulate the relationship between trade unions and labour force. Kazakhstan, which has emerged as a multi-confessional and multi-ethnic specificity, it is imperative to explore the experience of peer

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Time to Ease Public Access to Justice: Solace of PIL

Access to Justice is a Fundamental Right guaranteed to citizens by Article 14 and Article 21 of the Constitution of India. According to the Supreme Court justice should be conveniently accessible in terms of distance and adjudication must be affordable to the disputants these are the main facets that constitute the essence of access to

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Abandoned Victims of the Genocidal Rape of 1971

Two weapons were frequently used historically to suppress any nation throughout the history of the world. One is the massacre and the other is rape. During the liberation war of 1971, the Pakistanis violated the law of the war committing almost all the possible war crimes, genocide, and rape of Bangladeshi women with the help

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Examining the Requirements for the Litigation and Mediation of Traditional Knowledge and Associated Genetic Resources Disputes

Disputes on traditional knowledge and genetic resources between providers and users of these resources often arise from the diversity in cultural perspectives and interests. Every form of dispute resolution has prerequisites. There are requirements to be met to commence each cause of action in the law court. There are also essentials to consider before choosing

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