Editorial

Salil Misra on Mohammad Ali Jinnah and why he still provokes.

A BJP MP wrote to Aligarh Muslim University last month, demanding to know why a portrait of Pakistan’s founder Muhammad Ali Jinnah was hanging on the wall of the students’ union office. AMU explained that Jinnah was a founder member of the university court who had been given life membership of the union 80 years… Continue reading Salil Misra on Mohammad Ali Jinnah and why he still provokes.

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Can’t Find a Job? Try This Instead.

Remember the Occupy Wall Street movement, aka the uprising of the masses against the tyranny of the one percent? I bet you’re wondering whatever happened to that? What happened is it fizzled out in a heartbeat, and for one simple reason: It wasn’t credible. The movement did not represent the 99 percent as claimed. It represented… Continue reading Can’t Find a Job? Try This Instead.

Editorial

This Startup Aims to Make Divorce a Simpler Process

This startup is taking a high-tech approach to making divorces more amicable. "Every 13 seconds, someone is getting divorced in this country. It's created a $30 billion market in legal fees alone and the second most stressful event in life," said Michelle Crosby, founder of Wevorce. Breaking it down Crosby's idea came from her own… Continue reading This Startup Aims to Make Divorce a Simpler Process

Editorial

10 Staples of Mooting for every Law Student

Mooting is a daunting activity for beginners and experienced mooters. A student, with progresses and experiences in more moots they become less daunting, but it is not a natural experience. Many students who had previously signaled their desire to participate in a moot will, by the date the moot arrives, would rather be anywhere else… Continue reading 10 Staples of Mooting for every Law Student