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LAABh Foundation (Legal Aid and Awareness for Bhartiya) is a research and resource-based non-profit organization that started with the aim to promote awareness about the law of the land, to ‘enthrone and not entangle’ justice in the net of the law, to promote education and awareness to live a dignified life, and to create a platform for the effective and efficient resolution of disputes. We aim to build an impactful platform that promotes legal education and awareness along with discussing the varied ranges of societal problems that the diverse and ever-growing Indian community faces and strive to build a better future for tomorrow’s generation through this initiative of ours. Read More….

Interview Corner – Outside the Conventional

The Interview Corner interviews people all over the world who have completed their studies in law but went on to either entirely quit the legal field and pursue their passion exclusively; took up their passion as a side hustle with their legal careers; or those who have still remained in the legal field but took up something unconventionally legal. The interview places its focus on the interviewee’s reason to switch careers, the factors they took into consideration before making the switch, the challenges they faced, how they overcame these challenges and what they would do differently if they could go over the entire process again. This gives those who are considering a career switch post law, a reality check of sorts and a certain amount of background knowledge of what they would be getting into, especially since our interview corner covers a host of different career paths that people have opted for post their studies in law. Read More…

Expert’s Corner – A Law & Policy Blog

With the growing importance that Policy as a field is gaining, inviting experts and luminaries from a plethora of fields to contribute to the policy making process with their valuable insights, the Expert’s Corner was founded to promote appraising people of the different issues our Country and the International sphere is currently facing. Our contributors come with years of expertise and applied knowledge which they weave into their pieces to truly explain the hidden loopholes with a wide variety of legislations, draft bills, policies and “accepted” practices. Other than that, our pieces also suggest better reforms that the country could consider to improve the overall legal system. We hope to further pioneer research and academic scholarship through our publications and your contributions on any topic relating to Law and Policy will be welcome. This affiliation with educators, researchers, and other experts will help us provide resources for people working in all stages of legal development. Since our Expert’s Corner has a broad topic of Law & Policy, it invariably invites a diverse set of written submissions which will go a long way in promoting legal research. Read More…

Student’s Corner – Simplifying the Law

The main aim of our Students’ Corner is to simplify those areas of the law that is comparatively more difficult to understand for those who have not studied the law. Covering 4 broad headers – International Humanitarian Law, Right to Privacy, Right to Health and Legal Aid, we aim to cover multifaceted research on the above provisions covering different target groups and analyzing which groups stand to gain at the expense of other groups, and thus also suggest practical reforms that the laws could undergo to prevent the power balance tilt. These are written by law students to educate the lay person and are thus, free from large amounts of legal jargon, ones that primarily make it difficult for the general public to truly understand the status of some very crucial rights that they are granted. Read More…