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Drugs have perhaps always been the invisible enemy, gaining prominence in intermediary outrages. Despite the importance that has been sanctioned in light of the recent circumstances in the film industry, there is little of a concerted effort to sustain a lasting and permanent decline in drug consumption. A synopsised and analytical viewpoint of the NDPS Act has been featured in this monthly issue.

Transgender’s roles in society have been diminishing and they are being viewed with increasing animosity, which in turn perpetuates their remission to prostitution and fringe activities with dubious legal and moral standings. A close introspection is required by all of us to understand our individual contribution to their situation.

The pandemic has propelled the importance of understanding of the access and availability of public health. However, there exist multiple constraints to access to health infrastructure and capacities in India. In view of understanding the need of medical access, a brief understanding on the legality and functioning of tele-medicine in India has been highlighted.

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PublisherLawZ Media Pvt. Ltd.




LawZ released its first issue in August, 2001. The intent was to create a magazine about the law and the legal field, but with a difference. LawZ is India s first comprehensive monthly law magazine for all.The magazine not only covers events relating to the Indian legal system but also makes an effort in comparing it with the legal systems across the globe.

Instead of being of interest only to lawyers and others involved in the legal profession, the aim was to create something that could be read, understood, and even enjoyed by those who do not have formal knowledge of law. In short, it was to be more than a dry, ponderous collection of articles written in the oft arcane language of the court. Nor was it to focus solely on India, because today no news is complete unless it touches on the world at large.

The magazine reaches to all the judges of the Supreme Court, High Courts, Bar Council of India, Lawyers, Law Colleges and Institutions, top Indian and foreign Law Firms, Indian Corporates and Multinational Companies and Legal departments of government and Semi-government agencies, Corporate houses and several Embassies.

The magazine is presently in its 15th year of publication and is receiving tremendous response and appreciation from all the sections of the society and today is the only legal magazine, which has attained its present status in such a short span of time.

We’ve come a long way since our first issue. Today, it is regarded as a benchmark and a trailblazer in legal journalism.

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