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421 Views NILS Bangladesh Chapter is going to introduce the “BEST CHAPTER AWARD” to encourage and acknowledge the activities of our different university chapters of Bangladesh. This award has been initiated to appreciate our NILS Bangladesh University Chapters for their enthusiasm, program standard, professionalism, and active involvement in NILS Bangladesh’s programs for many years. ★About […]

7th NILS Mooting School, 2021

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449 ViewsThe Network for International Law Students (NILS) Bangladesh, in continuation of its tradition, will launch the 7th NILS MOOTING SCHOOL,2021. This is the finest and one-month-long certificate course on Mooting through a virtual platform. About the Event: NILS mooting school provides an institutional format of mooting, which aims to add a new dimension to […]

Revisiting “Naruto v Slater”: Can animals own copyright? Or Not a Monkey Business: Revisiting “Naruto v Slater” on Animal’s Copyright

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4,424 ViewsIntroduction Copyright as it protects creative work has been established as a legal right under both domestic and international legal instruments.[1] While the existing legal frameworks conspicuously affirm humans the right to sue for copyright infringement, it is uncertain whether the animals have the opportunity to exercise the same against humans, corporations and companies. […]

Media Trial and its effect over Judicial Proceedings

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1,296 ViewsThere is a legal principle that goes ‘presumption of innocence’ which refers a person is considered ‘innocent until proven guilty’. But at the current age of media the principle is contravened as following an offence any accused is straight away viewed to be guilty. Media trial is one of the main reasons behind this kind of trends. In the late 20th century and early 21st century, the phrase media trial or trial by media became popular […]

A Case Review on M Siddiq (D) Thr Lrs vs. Mahant Suresh Das & Ors

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1,534 ViewsIntroduction Communal violence is a worldwide phenomenon. It is also found in India. Islam is the second-largest religion in India, almost 195 million people adherent of Islam. Initially, the dispute of the case started as a property dispute between two religious communities both of whom claim ownership over a piece of land admeasuring 1500 […]