Blog Competition
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So, today is the day! We are finally announcing the winner of our Blog Writing Competition of 4th week of September 2019 (From 23rd September 2019 To 29th September 2019) 

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. Their entries (see below) received marks ranging from 7 to 9 out of 10 based on the average marks given by the panel of our editors, the most of any entrant, and has been crowned the winners!

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Participants Name

About Participants

Name of the Selected Articles

1

Priya Jha

Student of BA.L.L.B. (4th year), Bharati Vidyapeeth University, New Law College, Pune

Artificial Intelligence Through The Lens Of Copyright

2

Rajeshkumar Rajendran

Pursuing a Certificate Course in Arbitration: Strategy, Procedure and Drafting from Lawsikho.com

Which Method is More Effective: Arbitration or Litigation

3

Jelena Marijanović 

Pursuing a Diploma in M&A, Institutional Finance and Investment Laws (PE and VC transactions) from  Lawsikho.com

Reverse Merger

4

Vrinda Baheti and Vishesh Goel

Second-year students of Faculty of Law, University of Delhi

Alleged Arbitrariness in Premature Release of Prisoners

5

Mariya Paliwala

Intern at Lawsikho.com

Relevance of Aadhar in Present Era


We also have winners who made the top 10. Their entries (see below) received marks ranging from 5 to 6 out of 10 based on the average marks given by the panel of editors, the most of any entrant, and has been crowned the winners!

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Participants Name

About Participants

Name of the Selected Articles

6

Shanvi Agarwal

Student of (School of Law, Christ Deemed to be University, Bengaluru)

Fourth and Fifth Amendment Act, 1955

7

              Hitul Sehgal

Guest Post

The legal odyssey of the Uniform Civil Code

8

Anjali Dixit

Guest Post

Let abortion laws be woman-centric

9

      Sahajveer Baweja

Pursuing a B.A.LL.B (Hons.) from Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law Patiala

Feminist Jurisprudence in the Indian Constitution

10

Jitmanyu Satpati

A third-year student from NLU Odhisa

Character Evidence in Criminal Trials

 

Click here to see all of the contest entries.

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

Congratulations all the participants!

Regards,

Team LawSikho.


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