Tag: Legal Education

Flexing Young Changemaking Muscles the Solve Ninja Way

With community tested knowledge kits, available crowdsourced data, and community leaders equipped with diverse skills, the Solve Ninja platform integrates technology, people and knowledge with large scale government systems and non-profit organizations to enable them to make targeted interventions regarding climate change, skill-building, and citizen engagement.

Changemaking as a Justice Jagrik: Stories of Youth-Led Transformations from Harda,...

The Justice Jagrik model enables grassroots movements to take collective action towards justice by inspiring local communities in a language that they identify with.

Young Changemakers: The Torchbearers of Changemaking in Law and Justice

What do you young people think of law and justice? Ashoka Law For All Initiative's Report uncovers the inspirations, methods, and hurdles faced by young changemakers in their social entrepreneurial journeys across India.

#JustTech: How Technology Can Help Innovate Justice

How can technological advancement further the cause of justice innovation?

Digitalizing India’s Judiciary: COVID-19’s Silver Lining

A hybrid model of offline and online proceedings as envisaged in Phase III of the E-Courts project is most suitable for India's judicial system.

Building A Case Against Domicile Reservation in Private Unaided Universities

In late September last year, the Karnataka High Court quashed an amendment which introduced a domicile reservation for The National Law School of India...

The Final Verdict: Our Judges Need to Be Trained Better

Written by Avani Airan Trends in the interpretation and application of the law by the judiciary have a huge impact on how society views itself,...

The Letter of the Law: For the People and Of the...

Co-authored Avantika Bunga and Swini Khara "The summum bonum of the aforesaid discussion is that all the aforesaid material which existed before the learned Executing...