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So today is the day! We are finally announcing the winner of our Blog Writing Competition of the 1st week of January 2021 (From 4th January 2021 to 10th January 2021). 

We’d like to say a big thanks to everyone for participating! It has been a great pleasure receiving your articles on a different legal topic, they were all amazing! 

And now we’d like to congratulate our top 5 contestants who become the undoubted winners. They will receive Prize money of Rs 2000, LawSikho store credits worth Rs. 1000 and a Certificate of Merit from team LawSikho.

They will also get an opportunity to intern at iPleaders under the direct mentorship of Ramanuj MukherjeeAbhyuday AgarwalHarsh Jain, and Komal Shah. Their articles will get published on iPleaders blog (India’s largest legal blog). Click here to see other perks available to them.

Their entries (see below) received maximum marks based on the average marks given by the panel of editors, and have been crowned the winners!

S.no

Name

About Author

Article

1

Aditi Shrivastava

Student pursuing Diploma course in 

Cyber Law, FinTech Regulations and Technology Contracts 

from 

LawSikho

Procedure for filing a cybercrime complaint in India

2

Harshita Varshney

Intern

Types of cases addressed in family courts

3

Parul Chaturvedi

Intern

Honour killings in India and need for urgent reforms and new laws

4

Anshika Agarwal

Intern

Judicial activism to Public Interest Litigation

5

Saswata Tewari

Intern

Regulation and funding of alternative maternity care providers

Meet our next 5 contestants who made it to top 10 here. They will receive a Certificate of Excellence from team LawSikho.

They will also get an opportunity to intern at LawSikho under the direct mentorship of Ramanuj MukherjeeAbhyuday AgarwalHarsh Jain and Komal Shah. Their articles got published on iPleaders blog (India’s largest legal blog). Click here to see other perks available to them.

S.no

Name

About Author

Article

6

Kartik Bohra

Intern

An upsurge of custodial deaths in India : an analysis of D.K. Basu v. State of West Bengal

7

Anisha Bhandari

Intern

Aggravating factors vs. mitigating factors in a crime

8

 Abanti Bose

Intern

Gender, power, and resistance : the diversity in feminism 

9

Mayank Raj Maurya

Guest Post

Obscenity and its laws in India

10

Amartya Sharan

Intern

Was it right for the PMO to reject RTI on PM Cares Fund

Click here to see all of the contest entries. Click here to see our previous week’s winners.

Our panel of judges, which included editors of iPleaders blog and LawSikho team, chose the winning entry based on how well it exemplified the entry requirements.

Certificates will be sent on the email address given by the contestant while submitting the article. The contestants have to claim their prize money by sending their account details as a reply to the mail in which they received their certificate within 1 month (30 days) of the date of declaration of results and not afterwards. 

For any other queries feel free to contact Vanshika (Senior Managing Editor, iPleaders) at [email protected]

LawSikho credits can be claimed within twelve months from the date of declaration of the results (after which, credits will expire).

Congratulations to all the participants!

Regards,

Team LawSikho

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