Legal Directions Newsletter Covers Indian and International Legal Affairs
Notice: Legal Directions news magazine was discontinued in May 2020 because there was a dearth of legal stories during the coronavirus crisis. The magazine will soon be restarted.
The humanitarian organization RMN Foundation publishes Legal Directions which is a monthly newsletter on Indian and international legal affairs. It carries news, opinion articles, book reviews, interviews, analyses of court judgments, and so on. You can share your information with Legal Directions and support this editorial initiative.
Currently, the newsletter project is being managed by Rakesh Raman who is a national award-winning journalist and founder of RMN Foundation.
The main stories in the April 2020 issue of Legal Directions are:
– Defunct Supreme Court Won’t Ask Modi Empire to Save Poor Workers from Coronavirus
– Trust Fund at the International Criminal Court (ICC) for COVID-19
– Sextortion Accused Former Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi Nominated to Rajya Sabha
– Why Indian Lawyers Must Come Under Consumer Protection Act
– Legal Content Development Services for Law Firms
– PolCom Political Communications and Research Services
– How European Judicial Systems Work During COVID-19 Pandemic
– CARES Act Provides Relief to Legal Profession
You can download this issue and share it with your colleagues, including law teachers, students, alumni, advocates, courts, and others so that they could support this knowledge-based project. It is also given below in digital format.
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