Legal Directions Newsletter Covers Indian and International Legal Affairs
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 March 2020 issue of Legal Directions are:
– Supreme Court Asks Political Parties to Declare Criminality of Candidates
– Dutch Court Stops Government Attempts to Spy on the Poor: UN Expert
– New Law Proposed to Stop Crimes and Corruption in Delhi
– Legal Content Development Services for Law Firms
– Careless Courts Allow Illegal Construction in Delhi
– Kejriwal Must Publicly Release Crime Details of Delhi MLAs
– New Law Commission of India Formed for Legal Reforms
– PM Modi Says 1500 Obsolete Laws Abolished in India
– Delhi Police Allowed Violent Attacks Against Muslims: U.S. Commission
– Lawyers Condemn Justice Arun Mishra’s Praise for PM Modi
– UN Human Rights Chief Files Application in Supreme Court to Stop CAA
– Georgian Presidency Calls for Modern Laws to Protect Environment
– ABA TECHSHOW 2020 Showcases Latest Legal Technology
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