AN INTERVIEW WITH EX-CHIEF JUSTICE KALYAN SHRESTHA

-Prashamsa Ghimire, Editor, NaLC EJC Honorable Mr. Kalyan Shrestha served the judiciary from the year of 2005 to 2016 A.D. and brought numerous reforms including the changes during developments and reconstruction period after the devastating earthquake in 2015 A.D. that brought huge loss to Nepalese economy and lifestyle. Talking about his professional career, he worked…

Winner of Mock Parliament

A Mock Parliament was organized by The First Botanist of Nepal Prayag Raj Pande Foundation on 1st Ashoj, 2076. The topic of discussion on the mock parliament was “Fundamental Rights in the Constitution of Nepal 2072”. About 20 students from National Law College took part in the competition. There were other participants from other colleges…

A Step Closer to Better Reproductive Health

The women of our country have always had to go through a number of problems when it comes to reproductive health care; due to lack of information or lack of resources. Even though we are facing problems in its implementation, the Safe Motherhood and Reproductive Health Rights Act 2075 can be considered a step forward towards the achievement of proper maternal and reproductive healthcare and rights in our country.

My Very First Internship Experience

Often, we think being spoon-fed is the way to learn, but working independently with little guidance, widening network, newfound knowledge, good work ethic, taking constructive criticism might help you to grow even more and sharpen the skills that you already possess.

Facilitating program for LLM Students

Dated on 18th Kartik, 2076, the National Law College (NaLC) administration organized an Orientation Program for the 7th batch of Latin Legum Magister (LL.M.). Honorable Former Chief Justice, Kalyan Shrestha was invited as a chief guest for the day with the presence of Principal of National law College Dr. Ram Krishna Timalsena and LL.M. Coordinator…

SEVENTY-FORTH ANNIVERSARY OF THE END OF SECOND WORLD WAR: 74th UN DAY

But just when we need collective action more than ever, support for global cooperation is flagging. In many countries, public trust in traditional institutions is in decline and relations between countries are under strain. Dialogue – and action – on global issues could not be more urgent.

Talk Program on “Article 370: Perception and Reality”

Neeti Anusandhan Pratisthan in association with National Law College(NaLC) organised a talk program on the topic of “Article 370: Perception and Reality”. The program took place on 9th Asoj at Alice Gairidhara. Dr. Ram Krishna Timalsena (Ex-registrar of Supreme Court, founder, Principal of NaLC) also spoke on the matter. Similarly, Shri Arun Kumar, Akhil Bharatiya…

Impact of Media Trial

–Jyoti Sharma (6th Semester) Media is regarded as the fourth pillar of democracy. An independent media is important for keeping a check on the government and its organ. Media has become a blessing for the developing world as it has focused on the social ills of the society existing in those countries. It has the…

NaLC qualifies for regional round of Henry Dunant Memorial Moot Court Competition

-Dikshya Adhikari. The team from National Law College(NaLC) comprising of Sushmita Chaulagain, Ashru Thapa and Isha Bhusal in National round of 15th Henry Dunant Memorial Moot Court Competition was able to secure the position of the second-best team and qualified for the regional round of the competition. The competition was organized by the International Committee…

Poetry Recitation Program

-Jyoti Sharma “Poetry is nearer to vital truth than history.“ -Plato Word Warriors, a spoken word poetry group conducted two sets of poetry performance on sexual violence and impunity on 22nd September 2019 (5th Ashoj, 2076) at National Law College(NaLC), under the Zubaan-Panos Stepping Stones project supported by International Development Research Center (IDRC). Students of…

Mock Parliament Session

–Prashamsa Ghimire, Editor A Mock Parliament is a simulation of the parliamentary proceedings of a legislature or other deliberative assembly, often based upon the Westminster Parliamentary system. Mock Parliaments are usually held as an educational tool to promote understanding of the working of government. Participants of Mock Parliament plays the role of prominent members of parliament, ministers and speaker, and then they discuss…

FETI

-Prashamsa Ghimire, Second Semester, B.A. LL.B. The Forensic Experiential Trauma Interview (FETI) is a new approach to interviewing sexual assault victims. We are all familiar with the common kind of Cognitive Interview (CI) whereby questioning technique is used by the police to enhance retrieval of information about a crime scene from the eyewitnesses and victim’s…

Workshop on Sex, Sexuality and Gender

On September 14, 2019, Civil Law and Human Rights Research Center (CLHRRC), National Law College(NaLC) and Youth Thinkers Society(YTS) organized a workshop on the topic of Sex Sexuality and Gender.  Students from fourth semester, sixth semester and fifth year participated in the program. The students were elucidated regarding the concept, trends, queries and present scenario regarding…

First-Ever UN Youth Climate Summit and the States

Wordsmith: Sabu Sharma BALLB (4th semester) Editor: Priya Lamichhane On September 5, 2019, the Austrian government selected me from the Global South to join the official delegation for the United Nations (UN) Youth Climate Summit 2019 which took place from 20-24 September on the margin of United Nations General Assembly in New York. My adoption…

Internal Round for K.K. Luthra Moot Court Competition held

– Shiwanee Shree Pant National Law College organized an internal round of K.K. Luthra Moot Court Competition on 27th September, 2019. A total of seven teams participated in the competition. The participating students were from second semester, fourth semester, sixth semester and fifth year. The top three scorers: Prashamsa Ghimire, Ashutosh Pandey and Sadin Karki…

Corporate Social Responsibility and Sustainable Development: An Interface

With the growing concerns of stakeholders over sustainable development, CSR has become the cornerstone among the business community, taking the business model beyond profit-making to a whole new paradigm based on social welfare, environmental conservation, economic performance and stakeholder engagement.

2nd Bharat Raj Upreti Moot Court Competition (Arbitration), 2019

A team of Bivuti Sharma, Lomash Neupane, Preetam Ghimire and Sashwat Adhikari (all from 6th semester) represented National Law College in this competition. The team turned out to be the first Runner-Up of the Competition. Following is the short interview of the team…