CORRUPTION IN NEPAL: A CRITICAL STUDY

Wordsmith: Ajita Bhandari Editor: Priya Lamichhane Defining corruption can be a challenge because corruption takes many forms and perpetrators are skilled in developing new ways to be corrupt and cover their tracks. In simple words, corruption is defined as the misuse of public power for private gain. Corruption is dishonest behavior by those in the…

The Dillibazar Prison Visit

Field visit is a great way of learning things out of normal studying environment. On Mangsir 15 and 16, students of sixth semester along with their teacher of interpretation of law, Mr. Vinaya Jha, visited the Dillibazar prison. Ms. Sita Adhikari(Section officer) and Mr. Purushottam Thapaliya taught the students regarding the prison system. Interactive discussions…

Proposal Writing Training for the committee members.

-Dikshya Adhikari On 22nd December, 2019 proposal writing training was organized by National Law College for committee members of the 4 committees of National Law College, namely; E-Journal Committee, Oratory and Event Management Committee, Journal Committee and Moot Court and Model United Nations Committee. Mr. Ankit Babu Adhikari from Foundation for Development Management was the trainer…

Blood Donation Program at NaLC.

-Dikshya Adhikari National Law College in association with Red Cross Society, Lalitpur organized Blood donation program on 30th December, 2019. Other associations such as Rotary and Rotract Club of Tripureswor, Euresia Reyukai and NRCS/CBTS also supported the program in various manners. Students of National Law College: Roshan Sunar, Bikash Rimal, Kanhaiya Chaurasiya and others were part…

खै के मिलेन!!!

–निश्चल पौडेल (दोस्रो सेमेस्टर) तिम्रो र मेरो सोच मिलेन भो तिम्रो अगाडि मेरो औकात मिलेन प्रेमको यात्रा त हामीले सँगै सुरु गरेका थियौं तर दुर्भाग्य हाम्रो त्यो गन्तव्यमा पुग्ने बाटो मिलेन तिम्रो लागि म एक्लै यो दुनियासँग लडेकै थिए बस तिम्रो घमण्डसँग लड्न मलाई फेरिपनि तिम्रो  साथ मिलेन म हाम्रो अमर प्रेम कथा लेख्न चाहान्थे…

Japanese Mock Trial

-Prashamsa Ghimire, Editor A mock trial is an act or imitation trial. It is similar to a moot court, but mock trials simulate lower-court trials, while moot court simulates appellate court hearings. Attorneys preparing for a real trial might use a mock trial consisting of volunteers as role players to test theories or experiment with each other. Mock trial is also the…

Kemper: The Co-ed killer

-Abhijeet Adhikari (4th Semester) “If something is wrong with the society then criminality is a response to that.” Emile Durkheim Deviant behaviour of the sociopaths and psychopaths are not genetically inherent, rather they are construed and nurtured after their arrival. However, this doesn’t mean to be an exemption from their crime or justifiability of their…

News section

21st D.M. Harish Memorial Government Law College Mumbai International Moot is going to be held on February 7-9, 2020 in collaboration with D.M. Harish Foundation. The application was accepted by MCMUN Committee to allow the interested groups to register and represent the college in national and international rounds further. Huge congratulations to the selected team…

An Interview with Honorable Justice of Sri Lanka

–Jyoti Sharma Honorable Justice Priyantha Jayawardena is the sitting judge of the Puisne Justice of the Supreme Court of Sri Lanka. Justice Priyantha Jayawardena was speaker of the fifth Constitutional Law Lecture Series conducted by the Constitutional and Federal Law Research Center, National Law College. The E-Journal Committee (EJC) got an opportunity to have a…

Short interview with Professor. Dr. Jules Lobel

-Dikshya Adhikari. Prof. Dr. Jules Lobel is a constitutional law expert and professor at the University of Pittsburgh, USA. He was present as a speaker in one of the sessions of NaLC Constitutional Law Lecture Series. Here is a short interview by E-Journal Committee (EJC) with Prof. Lobel: EJC: Sir, How would you introduce yourself?…

5th Constitutional Law Lecture Series

-Jyoti Sharma Fifth Constitutional Law lecture Series was conducted on 21st November 2019 (5th Manghsir, 2076) by Constitutional and Federal Law Research Centre (CFLRC), National Law College (NaLC). The speaker of the program was Honorable Justice Priyantha Jayawardena from Sri Lanka. Justice Priyantha Jayawardena is the sitting judge of the Puisne Justice of the Supreme…

Discussion on Border Issue of Nepal

-Shiwanee Shree Pant On the  1st of December, Yes Together We Can conducted a discussion on the border dispute issue of Nepal. Dr. Dwarika Nath Dhungel, Ms. Ram Kumari Jhakri and Mr. Sher Bahadur Gurung were the guest speakers for the event. Border encroachment has been an issue that Nepal has had to face for…

National Seminar on “Corporate Law Practice in Nepal”

The National Seminar on “Corporate Law Practice in Nepal” was held on 24th November at National Law College (NaLC) in association with Imperial Law Associates. Students from various law colleges attended the program. The program started with an inaugural speech from Dr. Ram Krishna Timalsena (Principal, NaLC). It was followed by Mr. Rastra Bimochan Timalsena’s (Deputy…

Seminar on Intellectual Property Rights

Dikshya Adhikari. National Law College (NaLC) in association with Unilever Nepal organized Seminar on Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) on 8th December 2019. Mr. Govinda Shahi, Ms. Sujana Koirala and Ms. Elina Acharya from Unilever Nepal were the speakers in the seminar. There were 89 participants from National Law College in the seminar. The seminar was…

The Three Day Residential School

National Law College(NaLC) in partnership with Public Defender Society of Nepal (PDS-Nepal) conducted a three-day residential school for the Sixth semester students. The residential programme occurred from 15th to 17th of November at Chetana Kendra, Budol, Banepa. The first day, students were provided with three sessions. The first session on Effective Communication with Client by…

16 days Activism

Prashamsa Ghimire, Editor 16 Days of Activism Against Gender-Based Violence is an international campaign to challenge violence against women and girls. The campaign runs every year from 25th November, the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women, to 10 December, Human Rights Day. It was initiated in 1991 by the first Women’s Global Leadership Institute, held by the Center…

First NaLC Intra-College Nepali Moot Court Competition

Prashamsa Ghimire, Editor On 12th December 2019, National Law College (NaLC) for the first time organised a Intra-College Nepali Moot Court Competition alongside the Moot Court and Model United Nations Committee (MCMUNC). Students from 6th semester, 4th Semester and 5th year took part in it. A total of twelve teams were selected in the memorial…

AN INTERVIEW WITH THE TEAM PARTICIPATING IN GD GOENKA MOOT COURT COMPETITION

Moot Court Competitions, which is a mandatory part of law curriculum in our law school offers a practical and application-based approach to learning of law. It gives the law students, the necessary free space to interpret and analyze legal provisions in the context of a given legal regime, while trying to solve a practical problem….