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Global Development of Free Access to Legal Information
Subject : Legal Information System
Journal : Journal of Law and Technology
Volume : 1
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Since the mid-1990s the Internet’s World-Wide-Web has provided the necessary technical platform to enable free access to computerised legal information. Prior to the web there were many online legal information systems, and numerous legal in..

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Subverting ID from above and below: The uncertain shaping of India’s new instrument of e-governance
Subject : e-Governance
Journal : Surveillance & Society
Volume : 11.3
Case Note :

This article traces the contours of a new biometric project in India that aims to develop a universal biometric database for the unique identification of India’s residents (UID, The Indian Unique Identification Project). It was launched in 2..

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Challenges for Free Access to Law in a Multi-Jurisdictional Developing Country: Building the Legal Information Institute of India
Subject : Legal Information System
Journal : SCRIPT-ed
Volume : 8 (3)
Case Note :

This article analyses the complexities involved in providing free public online access to the ‘public legal information’ of the Indian legal system. It starts with some of the causes of the complexity of Indian legal information, then ..

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Meaning of 'free access to legal information': A twenty year evolution
Subject : Legal Information System
Journal : Journal of Open Access to Law
Volume : 1 (1)
Case Note :

Free online access to legal information is approaching maturity in some parts of the world, after     two decades of development, but elsewhere is still in its early stages of development. Nowhere     has it..

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Legal Text Retrieval and Information Services in Digital Era
Subject : Legal Information System
Journal : 3rd International CALIBER - 2005, © INFLIBNET Centre, Ahmedabad
Volume : 441-447
Case Note :

India being a huge country by population has lots of court judgments available on print format to various law libraries of the country. Keeping in view the user demand into the library, this article touches the need for computerized legal text ret..

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Article 21 Of Constitution Of India And Right To Livelihood
Subject : Constitutional Law
Journal : Voice of Research
Volume : 2 (2)
Case Note :

In any organized society, right to live as a human being is not ensured by meeting only the animal needs of man. It is secured only when he is assured of all facilities to develop himself and is freed from restrictions which inhibit his growth. Al..

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Securities and Exchange Board of India and the Regulation of the Indian Securities Market
Subject : Corporate Law
Case Note :

Financial markets have an important relationship with economic development. Regulation has been acknowledged to enable the orderly functioning of the securities market. The Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) is the regulator charged wit..

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Judicial Protection of Rights in the Context of Changing Economic Conditions
Subject : Human Rights Law
Journal : Conference organised by the Supreme Economic Court, Minsk, Belarus
Case Note :

Despite considerable opposition from various quarters, the Bangalore principles have gradually found wide acceptance with judges in many jurisdictions looking towards the growing body of international human rights law to streamline their domestic ..

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Security and Justice An Indian perspective
Subject : Prevention of Terrorism
Journal : Paper submitted for the Indo US forum on Security and Justice at University of Georgia Law School
Case Note :

In the long-run, the only real solution is to strengthen the investigation machinery so that attacks being planned for the future can be effectively prevented. This means that intelligence as well as law-enforcement agencies at different levels mu..

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Law Librarianship in India with Special Reference to the Judicial Library System
Subject : Law Librarianship
Journal : International Journal of Legal Information
Volume : 36 (2)
Case Note :

Law librarianship, especially the librarianship in judicial institutions, is different from librarianship in any other discipline. This aspect is more appropriately explained by Prof. Igor I. Kavass, when he says that “the reason&n..

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The Union Judiciary: The Supreme Court of India. [Articles 124to147.]
Subject : Constitutional Law
Journal : Lectures prepared for e-Learning Centre, Visveswaraya Technological University
Case Note :

Disputes are endemic in any society. Even in a well-knit family, disputes cannot be ruled out or wished away. It was Bernard Gournay, a French Philosopher, who said several decades ago that the only place which is free from conflict..

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Open access legal information resources and their use by the students of National Law University
Subject : Online Resources - Legal
Journal : Annals of Library and Information Studies
Volume : 60 (4)
Case Note :

This article identifies various open access resources that are popular among legal community in India. The findings of the study reveal that majority of respondents are aware of open access resources. The main purpose of using these resources are ..

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Online Legal Information Systems in India: a Case Study from the Faculty of Law, University of Delhi
Subject : Legal Information System
Journal : Legal Information Management
Volume : 12(2)
Case Note :

In this digital age, users require immediate access to information. To foster the process of research, the legal fraternity demands efficient online legal information systems. Raj Kumar Bhardwaj provides a view from India and reports on a case stu..

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