LL.M.  SEMINAR PRESENTATION SUBMISSIONS

(SECOND TERM)

(2013-2014)

FYLLM  (SECOND TERM) SEMINAR PRESENTATIONS

LEGAL THEORY-II

1)   Aleesha Dos Res Falcao :

Supreme and Subordinate forms of Legislation.

2)   Dattaraj K.G. Dessai:

3)  Devanand Prabhakar Prabhu:

Interpretation as an exception to Golden Rule and Mischief Rule of Interpretation.

5)   Jyoti Ramakant Navelkar:

Judicial Restrain and Judicial Activism

6)   Kaustubh Rote:

Tests for Determining Ratio Decidendi of a Decision

7)  Dr.  Ketan Govekar

Delegated Legislation in India.

8)   Malini Ramchandra Kamat:

Principles governing application of the Doctrine of Precedent in Indian subordinate Judiciary

9)   Manisha Naik:

Ratio Decidendi and the test for its determination.

10)   Muriel A. Fernandes:

The Concept of Precedent : Rupert Cross's Opinion

11)  Prasiddh Prakash Naik:

Nature of Legislative Power under Indian Constitution.

12)  Pravesh Misal:

Meaning of Stare Decisis and its Evolution in Indian Legal System.

13)  Queency Pereira:

Benjamin Cardozo's Opinion on Judicial Process.

14)  Rigveda Dattatraya Amonkar:

15)  Saeesh Naik:

Ratio Decidendi : Wambaugh's Test, Goodhart's Test, Lord Halsbury Test.

16)  Sandesh Gaonkar

Precedent as Understood in U.K., France and U.S. Legal Systems.

17)  Sankalp Bhangui:

Benjamin Cardozo's Opinion on the Legal Process.

18)  Subas H. Mahto

Obiter Dicta and its Application in the Judicial Process.

19)  Yamini Dalvi


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FYLLM  (SECOND TERM) SEMINAR PRESENTATIONS

CONSTITUTIONAL LAW-II

1)   Aleesha Dos Res Falcao :

Administrative relations between the Centre and the State under provisions of the Constitution of India.

2)   Dattaraj K.G. Dessai:

3)  Devanand Prabhakar Prabhu:

Advisory Jurisdiction of Supreme Court with reference to cases.

5)   Jyoti Ramakant Navelkar:

Examine the Appellate Jurisdiction of the Supreme Court in India.

6)   Kaustubh Rote:

Parliamentary Privileges and Immunities in the light of various Judicial Decisions.

7)  Dr.  Ketan Govekar

Water disputes in India : Constitutional Approach.

8)   Malini Ramchandra Kamat:

Doctrine of Repugnancy in the Context of Provision of Constitution.

9)   Manisha Naik:

Parliamentary Procedures for passing an Ordinary Bill.

10)   Muriel A. Fernandes:

Trade, Commerce andIntercourse: Parliamentary Control over States.

11)  Prasiddh Prakash Naik:

Writ Jurisdiction of Supreme Court and High Court.

12)  Pravesh Misal:

Interstate, Trade and Commerce study in the light of Article 19(1)(g) of the Constitution of India.

13)  Queency Pereira:

Constitutional Scheme for Distribution of Revenue Between Centre and States.

14)  Rigveda Dattatraya Amonkar:

15)  Saeesh Naik:

Position of Civil Servants in India and Constitutional Safeguards applicable to them.

16)  Sandesh Gaonkar

National Emergency : Impact on Federal Structure.

17)  Sankalp Bhangui:

Constitutional Safeguards available to the civil servants under the provision of Indian Constitution.

18)  Subas H. Mahto

Legislative relation between Union and States.

19)  Yamini Dalvi


FYLLM  (SECOND TERM) SEMINAR PRESENTATIONS

LAW AND SOCIAL CHANGE

1)   Aleesha Dos Res Falcao :

2)   Dattaraj K.G. Dessai:

3)  Devanand Prabhakar Prabhu:

Legal Aid as an instrument of social change under Goan experience.

5)   Jyoti Ramakant Navelkar:

Birth of Secularism and Social Change in India.

6)   Kaustubh Rote:

Prison Reforms and Social Change in India.

7)  Dr.  Ketan Govekar

Right to Information as a means of Social Change.

8)   Malini Ramchandra Kamat:

Changes is brought about in Criminal Law relating to protection of women.

9)   Manisha Naik:

Family Law of India in Social Change.

10)   Muriel A. Fernandes:

Plea Bargaining : Its relevance in India.

11)  Prasiddh Prakash Naik:

Role of Directive Principles in bringing Social Change in India.

11)  Pravesh Misal:

Evolution of the law of child in India.

13)  Queency Pereira:

Evolution Growth and Today's Scenario of Mundkar System of Goa.

14)  Rigveda Dattatraya Amonkar:

15)  Saeesh Naik:

Reservation as an instrument of Social Change.

6)  Sandesh Gaonkar

Right to education in India : Laws and recent amendments.

17)  Sankalp Bhangui:

Concept of Welfare State under Indian Constitution.

18)  Subas H. Mahto

Untouchability Legislation in India and their effects in bringing about social change.

19)  Yamini Dalvi


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S.Y.LL.M.  (SECOND TERM) SEMINAR PRESENTATIONS

INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY LAW

1) Ashwini Colaco

  1. Agreement on Agriculture.
  2. Remedies for infringement under the Bio-Diversity Act.

2) Ian Savio Pimenta

  1. Protection of IPRs under TRIPS.
  2. Infringement of Patents and Penalties.

3) Pari Sinari

4) Samantha Noronha

5) Shanoor Pandurang Audi

6) Vidita P. Khutkar

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LABOUR LAW

1) Prakash Marathe

  1. Concept of Disablement.
  2. Employment Exchange.

2) Samatina Fernandes

  1. Health Provisions under the Factories Act, 1948 : Occupation Diseases and Industrial Injuries under the Employment Compensation Act.
  2. Writs relating to service matters.

3) Sarita Sucorina Rodrigues

  1. Misconduct.
  2. Motor Vehicle Compensation Law Employer Liability Act.

4) Sarala Juwel Antao

  1. Provident Fund, Pension and Gratuity.
  2. Central Administrative Tribunal and State Administrative Tribunal.

5) Shahir Shirazali Issani

  1. Misconduct under the Indian Service Laws.
  2. Social Security and Labour Legislations.

6) Shreya Prabhudessai

  1. Judicial Interpretation of the Expression 'arising out of and in the course of employment'.
  2. Law relating to civil servants ( Constitutional and Service Laws).
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