GLC Essay Writing Competition

The
Magazine Committee of Government Law College, Mumbai, has called for papers for
the 12th Vyas – Government Law College National Legal Essay Competition. The
winners receive a cash prize and the top two essays are published in méLAWnge,
the annual college magazine. The competition is judged by sitting judges of the
Bombay High Court. The 11th edition of this competition was judged
by Hon’ble Shri Justice J. P. Devadhar, 
Hon’ble Shri Justice V. M. Kanade, Hon’ble Shri Justice A. S. Oka,
Hon’ble Shri Justice S. J. Kathawalla, Hon’ble Shri Justice K. K. Tated,
Hon’ble Smt Justice Bhatkar amongst several others.
This
year’s topics are:
(1) 
Discuss the role of the Higher Education Bill, 2011 in the growth, development
and regulation of education in India.
(2) The
Real Estate (Regulation & Development) Bill, 2011- A step toward greater
transparency in the Real Estate sector?
(3) The
GAAR effect- is India ready for the proposed General Anti-Avoidance Rules?
(4) Do
we require faster and more efficient modes of adjudication of inter- state
water disputes in India?
(5)
Examine the impact of the judgment in Natco v Bayer and its significance for
developing countries in the field of compulsory licensing.
The
committee also organizes the Belles-Lettres J.E. Dastur Memorial Government Law
College Short Fiction Essay Writing Competition, which has been judged by
authors like Gregory Roberts and Ruskin Bond in the past.
For
more information please visit www.glcmag.com or write to melawnge@glcmumbai.com

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