Blog Competition
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So today is the day! We are finally announcing the winner of our Blog Writing Competition of 2nd week of October 2019 (From 7th October 2019 To 13th October 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 editors, the most of any entrant, and has been crowned the winners. Each of them will get prize money of INR 2000.

S.no

Participants Name

About Participants

Name of the Selected Articles

1

Ojas Chitre

Pursuing a  Certificate Course in Trademark Licensing, Prosecution and Litigation from LawSikho.com.  

Patentability of Biotech Innovations in Light of Recent Monsanto and Naziveedu Dispute

 

2

Saloni Maheshwari and Surbhi Agrawal

Guest Post

Legal Backdrop of Prison Reforms

3

Deep Kumar Mohanty

Guest Post

Multidimensional Approach to Data Protection Laws in India, Loopholes and Solutions

4

Sonali Chauhan

Intern at LawSikho 

A Brief Guide to Special Marriage Act

5

Pearl Narang

Intern at LawSikho

Everything you must know about Legal Notice and its format

 

 

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,

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Participants Name

About Participants

Name of the Selected Articles

6

Aakanksha Jadhav

Guest Post

Devolution of Interest in Coparcenary Property: Scope and Interpretation Post Amendment

 

7

Siddharth Pareek

Guest Post

Dynamics Of Transgression Of Women’s Human Rights: The Contemporary Legal Framework In India

 

8

Anjali Dixit

Guest Post

The Law on Anticipatory Bail: from ‘Sibbia’ to ‘Chidambaram’

9

Suryansh Verma

Guest Post

When can a victim be deemed as competent to give evidence: Legal Provisions and Judicial Pronouncements

10

Ritika Saxena 

Guest Post

A Case Study on Corporate Crimes in India

 

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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