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Online e-Journals

          Electronic Journals are digitalized journals which you can read on the Web. Considering their convenience and up-to-date information, they are indispensable as a research tool. They are largest and fastest growing segment of the digital collections. They have the purpose of providing material for academic research and study, and they are formatted approximately like journal articles in traditional printed journals. E-journals are mainly formatted as PDF or HTML files. You can read and download them by using web browsers.

  1. • AGORA International Journal of Juridical Sciences
  2. • Comparative Law Review
  3. • Journal of International Commercial Law and Technology
  4. • Journal of Law and Family Studies
  5. • Journal of Legal Analysis
  6. • Journal of Philosophy, Science and Law
  7. • Journal of Politics and Law
  8. • Journal of Academic Legal Studies
  9. • Journal of Information, Law & Technology
  10. • International Journal of Legal Information
  11. • Yojana
  12. • Texas Law Review
  13. • The Federal Courts Law Review
  14. • Federal Communications Law Journal
  15. • Indian Journal of Pharmacology
  16. • Indian Law Journal
  17. • Journal of Digital Information
  18. • Surveillance & Society
  19. • Indiana Law Journal & Supplement
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Online e-Books

          An e-book, or electronic book, is a digital book that you can read on a computer screen and other mobile devices Such as book readers, i.e Kindle and iPod, iPad, etc. An Electronic Book (variously: e-book, eBook, e-Book, ebook, digital book, or even e-edition) is a book-length publication in digital form, consisting of text, images, or both, readable on computers or other electronic devices. Although sometimes defined as "an electronic version of a printed book".

S.No Title Author Name
1 The Declaration of the Rights of Man Georg Jellinek
2 Constitutionalism Charles Howard McIlwain
3 Dissertations on Early Law and Custom [1883] Sir Henry Sumner Maine
4 An Essay on Crimes Cesare Bonesana di Beccaria
5 An Introduction to the Philosophy Roscoe Pound
6 The Online Library of Liberty James Mill
7 The Ideal Element in Law Roscoe Pound
8 The Story of the Law John Maxcy Zane
9 The Genius of the Common Law Sir Frederick Pollock
10 The History of English Law before the Time of Edward I, Vol. 1 [1898] Sir Frederick Pollock
11 The History of English Law before the Time of Edward I, Vol. 2 [1898] Sir Frederick Pollock

Hamylan Lectures

Series Title Year Lecturer
1
Blackstone's Tower: The English Law School
1994
Professor William Twining
2
British Justice: The Scottish Contribution
1961
Professor Sir Thomas Smith
3
Can Human Rights Survive
2005
Professor Conor Gearty
4
Commercial Law in the Next Millennium
1997
Professor Roy Goode
5
Constitutional Fundamentals
1980
Professor Sir William Wade
6
Crime and the Criminal Law (Part 1 & Part 2)
1963
The Baroness Wootton of Abinger
7
Does the United Kingdom still have a Constitution?
2000
Anthony King
8
English Law – the New Dimension
1974
The Rt Hon Lord Scarman
9
English Law and the Moral Law
1952
Professor A L Goodhart
10
Executive Discretion and Judicial Control
1954
Professor C J Hamson
11
Freedom Law and Justice
1998
The Rt Hon Lord Justice Sedley
12
Freedom Under the Law
1949
The Rt Hon Lord Denning
13
From the Tube to the Coffin: Choice and Regulation in Private Life
1995
The Hon Mrs Justice Hale
14
Hamlyn Revisited: The British Legal System Today
1983
Lord Hailsham of St Marylebone
15
Human Rights, Serious Crime and Criminal Procedure
2001
Andrew Ashworth QC
16
Intolerable Inquisition? Reflections on the Law of Tax (Part 1 & Part 2)
1981
Hubert Monroe
17
Introducing a European Legal Order
1991
Gordon Slynn
18
Judge and Jurist in the Reign of Victoria
1959
C H S Fifoot
19
Judging Civil Justice
2008
Professor Dame Hazel Genn DBE, CBE, QC
20
Judicial Activism
2003
Hon Justice Michael Kirby
21
Justice in the Welfare State (Part 1 & Part 2)
1968
Professor H Street
22
Justification and Excuse in the Criminal Law
1988
J C Smith
23
Labour and the Law
1972
Professor Sir Otto Kahn-Freund
24
Law and Lawyers in the United States
1964
Dean Erwin N Griswold
25
Law and Order
1985
Professor Ralf Dahrendorf
26
Lawyer and Litigant in England
1962
The Rt Hon Sir Robert Megarry
27
Legal Conundrums in our Brave New World
2002
Baroness Kennedy of the Shaws
28
Liberty , Law and Justice
1978
Professor Sir Norman Anderson
29
Maladministration and its Remedies
1973
Sir Kenneth Wheare
30
New Law for a New World ?
1965
The Rt Hon Lord Tanley
31
Other People's Law
1966
The Rt Hon Lord Kilbrandon
32
Pragmatism and Theory in English Law
1987
P S Atiyah
33
Proctection of the Public A New Challenge
1989
The Rt Hon Lord Justice Woolf
34
Protection of the Public – A New Challenge
1957
The Rt Hon Lord MacDermott
35
Punishment, Prison and the Public
1971
Professor Sir Rupert Cross
36
Rights at work: Global, Europe and and British perspectives
2004
Sir Bob Hepple QC
37
Social History and Law Reform
1979
Professor Lord McGregor of Durris
38
Speech & Respect
1992
Professor Richard Abel
39
The Administration of Justice
1993
Lord Mackay of Clashfern
40
The British Tradition in Canadian Law
1969
The Hon Bora Laskin
41
The Common Law in India
1960
M C Setalvad
42
The Contribution of English Law to South African Law: and the Rule of Law in Sou
1967
The Rt Hon O D Schreiner
43
The Development of Consumer Law and Policy – Bold Spirits and Timorous Souls
1984
Sir Gordon Borrie
44
The English Judge
1970
Henry Cecil
45
The European Communities and the Rule of Law
1977
Lord Mackenzie Stuart
46
The Fabric of English Civil Justice
1986
Sir Jack Jacob
47
The Inheritance of the Common Law
1950
Richard O'Sullivan
48
The Land and the Development; or, Turmoil and the Torment
1975
Sir Desmond Heap
49
The National Insurance Commissioners
1976
Sir Robert Micklethwait
50
The Prisoners' Dilemma: Political Economy and Penal Populism in Contemporary Democracies
2007
Professor Nicola Lacey FBA
51
The Proof of Guilt
1955
Professor Glanville Williams
52
The Queen's Peace
1953
Sir Carleton Kemp Allen
53
The Quest for Security: Employees, Tenants, Wives (Part 1 & Part 2)
1982
Professor Tony Honoré
54
The Rational Strength of English Law
1951
Professor F H Lawson
55
The Sanctity of Contracts in English Law
1958
Professor Sir David Hughes Parry
56
The Sovereignty of Law: the European Way
2006
Sir Francis Jacobs KCMG QC
57
The State of Justice
1999
Michael Zander QC
58
The United Kingdom and Human Rights
1990
Dr Claire Palley
59
Trial by Jury
1956
The Rt Hon Lord Devlin
60
Turning Points of the Common Law
1996
The Rt Hon The Lord Cooke of Thorndon

 

Legislation

          Legislation (or "statutory law") is law which has been promulgated or enacted by a legislature. Another source of law is judge-made law or case law. Before an item of legislation becomes law it may be known as a bill, and may be broadly referred to as "legislation", while it remains under consideration to distinguish it from other business. Legislation can have many purposes: to regulate, to authorize, to proscribe, to provide funds, to sanction, to grant, to declare or to restrict. It may be contrasted with a non-legislative act which is adopted by an executive or administrative body under the authority of a legislative act or for implementing a legislative act.

Bills

The basic function of Parliament is to make laws. All legislative proposals have to be brought in the form of Bills before Parliament. A Bill is a statute in draft and cannot become law unless it has received the approval of both the Houses of Parliament and the assent of the President of India. The process of law making begins with the introduction of a Bill in either House of Parliament. A Bill can be introduced either by a Minister or a member other than a Minister. In the former case, it is called a Government Bill and in the latter case, it is known as a Private Member's Bill.

Gazette

          Gazette of India Notifications are published and printed by the Department of Publications of the Government of India regularly. This is an authorised legal document of the Government of India containing the mode of operations under the law of the land. It may be mentioned here that this Publication Programme is executed as per the Government of India (Allocation of Business Rules) issued from time to time by the Cabinet Secretariat of the Republic of India.

The Gazette is a public journal, a newspaper of record, or simply a newspaper. In English-speaking and French-speaking countries, newspaper publishers have applied the name Gazette since the 17th century. Today, numerous weekly and daily newspapers bear the name The Gazette.

Equivalent Citation Table

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Rules framed by the High Court of Karnataka

    The High Court of Karnataka Rules, 1959 Click to View in PDF Format

    Civil Procedure (Alternative Dispute Resolution) (Karnataka) Rules 2005 Click to View in PDF Format

    High Court of Karnataka (Contempt of Court Karnataka) Rules 1981 Click to View in PDF Format

    Writ Proceedings Rule 1977 Click to View in PDF Format

    Arbitration Centre Karnataka (Domestic and International) Rules 2012 Click to View in PDF Format

    Karnataka (Case Flow Management in Subordinate Courts) Rules 2005 Click to View in PDF Format

    Karnataka Civil Procedure (Mediation) Rules 2005 Click to View in PDF Format

    The Family Courts (Karnataka) Rules 1987 Click to View in PDF Format.

    The Code of Criminal Procedure (Karnataka) Rules 1984 Click to View in PDF Format

     

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