It is, therefore, with pleasure that Model Governance Foundation, in partnership with For the Sake of Argument, invite all our friends to express their fresh perspectives on today’s burning global issues, by taking part in our POSTER-MAKING COMPETITION!
Please select ONLY ONE of the following themes to prepare your original poster:
Political dialogue through global protests.
Youth and global social change.
Last date: 15th March, 2015.
Mailing address: firstname.lastname@example.org
In the mail, you must mention your name, contact number and e-mail address.
The subject line of the mail should be: “Samvaad Poster Making Competition, 2015”
Certificate of Participation will be issued to all participants.
Top three entries will be featured on the Samvaad website, Facebook and Twitter Pages.
Top three entries will also be published on the FSA website, Facebook and Twitter Pages.
Winners will be given a chance to work as Creative Associates for Samvaad, 2015!
Akanksha Arora, Convenor: +91 9929451140
Garima Sharma, Co-Convenor: +91 9990255202
Rahul Rautela, Co-Convenor: +91 8376085251
LexQuest is pleased to announce the second batch for LexQuest’s Online Course
In recent years, the use of computers and internet has risen and now, computers
are an integral and indispensable part of any professional, commercial and
industrial activity. The development of information technology continues to give
rise to novel and complex legal problems related to the use of internet and
computers. Cyber Law is the law regulating the cyber space and it is still in a
nascent stage and continuously evolving every passing day. Even the most
learned legal luminaries find it difficult to solve the legal problems posed by
Online Certificate Course
The Online Certificate Course offered by LexQuest, intends to spread awareness
among the general public about the cyber law and it is specifically beneficial to
the lawyer community who face cases on a daily basis. The scope and ambit of
the course is very vast and covers every aspect of the Cyber Law related issues,
which involves the use of computer or internet. This program highlights Cyber
Laws in the areas of Electronic Commerce, e-Governance, Intellectual Property,
Data Security and Cyber Crimes.
Duration of Course: 2 Months (1st April, 2015-30th May,
Exam dates: 1st June -3rd June, 2015. (You can choose any date as per your
About the exam: The exam will consist of 50 questions, 2 marks each. For
passing, you need to secure a minimum of 40%. No negative marking.
Certificates will be dispatched in the first week of July, 2015.
Who can pursue?
It is a general course which would be of immense value to persons who fall in
the following categories:
Persons working in IT companies
Note: You can download the modules, which will be sent to you at regular
intervals and you can study them at your own pace.
Syllabus: The Course shall be divided into 4 parts.
Module I – Introduction
This module covers basic concepts like what is Cyber law, Concepts of Internet
and Cyber Space; Hardware/Software/Applications; Networking, Privacy; Data
Security, Issues relating the Cyber jurisdiction, Types of E-contract, Digital
Signature, Security and privacy issues with regard to e-contracts, E-governance,
Issues related to Social Networking Sites.
Module II – Cyber Space
This Module covers concepts like Internet ownership, Standards & Role of ISPs,
Data security and management, Encryption of data and digital signature,
Internet telephony and VPNS, International Perspectives.
Module III – Cyber Crimes
This Module covers topics such as what are Cyber- crimes, Cyber criminals and
their objectives, Distinction between cyber-crimes (non- conventional crime) and
conventional crimes, Kinds of cyber-crime: cyber pornography, crimes related to
IPR, cyber stalking, cyber terrorism, crimes relating to cyber
destruction/alteration, mail spoofing, identity theft, financial frauds; Tools and
Methods Used in Cybercrimes: Proxy Servers, Phishing, Password Cracking,
Keyloggers and Spywares, Virus and Worms, Trojan Horses and Backdoors, DoS
Attacks; Cyber forensics; Governmental Regulations.
Module IV – IPR and Cyberspace
This Module has further been divided into 3 parts: Patent and its infringement,
copyright and related issues, trademark and domain name issues.
Fees for full course: Rs. 2500/-
Nature and scope the International law in 21 century
Necessity of international law
Scope of the public international law
Scope of the private international law
Essentials requirements for international treaty according to Vienna convention on law of treaty
Formation of the international treaty/ convention including amendment, denounce or repeal process
International law adoption procedure by State/s in to national legal system
Legal status of the international law in to various legal system
Application of the international law in to national legal system
Application of the international treaty and its protocol between other states
Interpretation of the international law in to the national legal system
LexQuest is an Online Portal for Law Students, across the Globe. We seek to not only provide you
with information regarding all the opportunities out there but we go a step further and seek to engage
with you by creating such opportunities for you!
LexQuest is looking for Research Interns
The Interns will be required to do Online Research work as assigned to them by the Organization.
Students having excellent research and writing skills can send their CV along with a writing sample
to email@example.com and fill our form
Positions Available: 15
Duration: One month, i.e., 1st March, 2015-31st March, 2015. We will consider extending the
duration on the basis of your work and availability.
Certificate: The candidates who will perform all the assigned tasks in the
given time limit will be given duly recognized certificates at the end of their
Last Date to Apply: 15th February, 2015.
Official Notification: http://lexquest.in/online-research-internship-lexquest/
The Law Mantra Law journal (ISSN 2321 6417) is a monthly academic journal, published
online, that seeks to provide an interactive forum for the publication of articles in the field
of Law. The Journal is currently soliciting submissions for Volume 2, Issue 4, which will be
published in March 2015. The submission deadline for Volume 2, Issue 4 is March 30, 2015.
We welcome submissions from academicians, practitioners, students, researchers and
experts from within the legal community. We have a strong preference for articles that
assert and defend a well-reasoned position. Law Mantra is an Online Journal and Web
Portal, under the Chief patron of Dr. Hon. Justice Malimath, former Chief Justice
Karnataka and Kerala High Court, Prof. (Dr.) M.P.Singh, Chancellor Central University,
Haryana, Prof. (Dr.) Gurjeet Singh, Founder Vice-Chancellor N.L.U.J.A Assam, Prof. (Dr.)
Faizan Mustaffa, V.C NALSAR Hyderabad, Prof. Shamnad Basheer and other luminaries
from the legal fraternity. It is aimed at institutionalizing and channelling the analytical and
incisive articles of students towards value addition and developing inherent potentials of
About The Competition
The competition basically has the purpose to bring out original and concrete views of the
mass- to the mass. In an essay, we look forward to a detail analysis of the status quo and
putting forward suggestions that would serve as an instrument for change to the problems
that persist. The Paper submitted will be used to create modules for free awareness campaigns.
Call for Papers
Law Mantra Journal invites articles of high caliber that address contemporary theoretical
and conceptual controversies on particular aspects of company law, justice and crimes/
scams/ corporate frauds/ insider trading and other company affairs related topics.
Undergraduate and post graduate students may contribute in the form of essays, articles,
notes and comments in accordance with the editorial policy.
The last date for submission of papers is 5th March, 2015.
Nature of Contributions
1. Articles: An article must conduct a complete analysis of the area of law, which the
author seeks to highlight. It must contain a comprehensive study of the existing law,
indicating the lacunae therein, and must contain an attempt to suggest possible
changes which can address the said lacunae. An article should be between 4,000 5,000
2. Essays: An essay is more adventurous as it challenges challenging existing
paradigms/norms and provides a fresh outlook to common problems. It is strongly
recommended that essays be considerably more concise than articles, in terms of
scope and conceptualization. An essay is thus advised to be between 3,000 5,000
3. Notes: A note is a relatively concise form of an argument advanced by the author. The
focus of a note should be on a relatively new debate or controversy regarding the
interpretation or implementation in the law. Notes shall primarily highlight
contemporary issues, which need to be addressed, and the authors are expected to
offer a solution. The maximum word limit for a manuscript in the form of note is
4. Comments: A comment is where the author may decide to critique any
recent/landmark judicial pronouncement or any recent legislation or bill before the
Parliament or State Legislature. The word limit for a comment is 2,500 words.
1. Word Limit: As has already been indicated, the maximum word limit for articles and
essays is 5,000 words (exclusive of footnotes) whereas that for notes and comments is
2,500 words (exclusive of footnotes).
2. Citation Format: The citation format to be used is The Bluebook (19th ed.). In
keeping with the same, speaking footnotes are discouraged.
3. Abstract: Every submission should be accompanied by an abstract of not more than
350 words describing the relevant conclusions drawn in the manuscript. Please note
that there is no requirement of prior submission of abstract as the selection of the
paper for publication shall be on the full manuscript. The abstract shall serve merely
to help the Editorial Board in its review process.
4. Biographical Information of Authors: A separate document with biographical
information of the authors must also be attached including the following details:
Name, E mail address, Postal Address, Name and Address of Institution, Course (if
applicable), Academic Year.
As per the Law Mantra Policy on Academic Misconduct, “plagiarism” means failure to
acknowledge ideas or phrases from another source. Such source is not limited to published
text. Acknowledgement of others’ work is expected even if the source was a discussion
(whether oral or written) with another person, or use of materials on the internet.
1. Multiple submissions are not allowed: “Multiple Submission” means submitting the
same, or largely the same, piece of work in more than one journal or competition,
without written permission from the instructors involved and or recycling of any part
of a previously written piece of work whether or not published without appropriate
reference to their your own prior work. Prior permission shall be required if the
recycled work forms more than 5% of the new work.
2. Misrepresenting work: Misrepresenting work prepared by another as one’s own means
submitting work that has been prepared by someone else (whether for payment or not)
as one’s own work. This would include instances where excessive help is taken from
another person such that the assessment objective and intention of the assignment/
exercise is frustrated.
Note: It is assumed that work submitted is represented as being authored by the person on
whose behalf it is submitted. Falsification of Work Product is falsifying, concocting or
misrepresenting of data, statistics, or other observations/ information.
All submissions should be made electronically at firstname.lastname@example.org or
email@example.com. The last date for submission of manuscripts is 5th March,
About Legal Desire Campus Associate Programme:
An opportunity for students to act as liaisons between Legal Desire and their institutions. It is an
opportunity to develop professional, marketing, communication and leadership skills. The initiative
also intends to use various engagements to develop relationship with institutes starting with knowledge awareness initiatives, student projects, curriculum enablement development tuned to current industry needs and collaborative research.
This will entail hosting of activities like workshops, events and build relationships with students,
faculty and professionals. Campus Associate will be interacting with industry experts, successful entrepreneurs and peers from across the country.
Campus Associates are provided training and professional development, leadership and management
opportunities, and are rewarded with awesome perks. What’s not to like? Join the team today!
Duration & Time Commitment:
12 months, the estimated time commitment is approximately 5-7 hours a week, with some variations throughout the term.
As a Legal Desire Campus Associate you can:
Build valuable business and career skills like problem-solving, public speaking, and
Expand your professional network, by working side-by-side with students, faculty, professionals
and Team Legal Desire.
Express your passion for providing a student voice and helping your peers.
Have your work published via Legal Desire portal, our magazine, Journal, social media outlets,
internal newsletters etc.
Law Student of recognized Institution. We are looking for self-motivated and responsible individuals
with excellent communication skills. He/she should also be well networked and be able to engage with a variety of audience. Organizing and resourcefulness skills will also be an added advantage.
Passion for Law
Ability to give positive, encouraging and clearly targeted feedback to the people you interact with
Ability to motivate and excite others
Genuine interest in public interaction and organizing events
Willingness to be a public figure. Your role is providing face-to-face guidance to professors and
students, so comfort with being “public” is very important
Help Legal Desire to better understand your campus culture
Build relationships on campus with faculty and student groups
Champion the Legal Desire brand on campus
Promoting Legal Desire in your Institution and various Social Media Platforms.
Serve as a strategic link between your college and Legal Desire. Assist Legal Desire team in
organizing a workshop/seminar at your campus.
Make people aware of Legal Desire through social media and other resources you have.
Submitting Articles and Research Papers.
Collecting Articles for publication on Legal Desire Online portal, Quarterly Legal Journal and our
Monthly Magazine ‘Legal Desire Reporter’.
Promoting Legal Desire Online Courses and earning flat 10-25% commission.
Organizing Events in your Institution with support and sponsorship of ‘Legal Desire’ vice versa,
helping us organise events with sponsorship from your college.
Conduct interviews of Dean, Director, Law Faculty, eminent Legal Luminaries visiting your
college/university, the guests arriving at your campus, etc. for the purpose of publication on our
website. You will be given recognition for the same.
Collect feedback about legal desire from your faculty, students etc.
Submit reports/pictures of events that take place in and around your campus.
Share the latest campus happenings with Legal Desire.
A unique opportunity to earn during your student life.
Stipend of Rs.1000/month paid on completion of half tenure.
Paid tasks to earn during your tenure.
Welcome Letter & Certificate of Appreciation
Coffee with Founder and Legal Professionals.
Registration fee for all the workshops/courses/events by Legal Desire will be fully subsidized for
Legal Desire Campus ambassadors
Recognition of active Campus Ambassadors on our website.
Enhance your professional development, leadership, and communication skills
Add the Legal Desire Campus Ambassador Program experience to your resume
Rewards for Performance.
Free Trips to National Legal Events like Seminars, Conferences and Moots as a Part of Legal
Desire Team to report the event with our Media Team.
Free Legal Desire Shopping Credits to shop online law books and other services.
Free Discount Vouchers for Online Certification Courses conducted by Legal Desire.
Legal Desire Goodies & Gift Hampers.
Applications are accepted on rolling basis. After review of applications by HR Department of Legal Desire,
the selected applicants will receive confirmation email and contract of work.
How to Apply?
Submit your resume with contact details to firstname.lastname@example.org with subject headline ‘Application for the post of Campus Associate’.
- The word-limit for article is 2000 words (excluding footnotes).
- It shall be in English only.
- Each person can submit one entry only. Co-authorship is NOT allowed.
- The Article shall not be plagiarized. Only the original articles will be considered for the competition. No part of it should have been published earlier nor should it be under consideration for publication or a contest elsewhere. Any form of plagiarism will result in disqualification of the article. The participants will submit a separate undertaking with regard to originality of work.
- Copyright of the Articles shall rest with the organizers. Organizers hold the right to republish the articles if required.
- Identification mark (name or any mark which identifies the author) must not befound in any part of Article.
- Only Soft copy in MS Word file (.doc/.docx format) has to be submitted via email to email@example.com
- The email should carry the Subject-LexQuest 1st National Article Writing Competition, 2015.
- The Article must accompany an abstract (not more than 300 words), Bibliography, cover page and a scanned copy of student ID card issued from institutions.
- The Cover page of the submission should contain the following details only-
- Name of the Participant
- Contact Number
- Email id
- Course and Year of study
- Permanent Address
- Title of the Essay
- Word Count of Abstract and Article
- The main body of the Article should not carry any mention of the name or name of the institution. It shall be lead to immediate disqualification.
- Last Date for submission is 25th February, 2015.
- Font type: Times New Roman
- Font size: 12
- Line Spacing : 1.5
- Page number: Top left of the page
- Footnote size: 10
- Associates: Students from 1st Year LLB Hons to 3rd Year LLB Hons with good academic records
- Senior Associates: Students from 4th Year and 5th Year LLB Hons with good academic records, internship experience and research skills.