"JUSTICE DENIED & JUSTICE DELAYED" - EFFICIENCY OF THE CONTEMPORARY LEGAL SYSTEM IN INDIA
Retika Yadav ()
Fiat Iustitia, 2017, vol. 11, issue 1, 313-327
Justice concerns everyone and nobody should be deprived of it. As Rawls said there can be distributive justice only when you strip your identities while formulating legal rules. This paper is influenced by his theory and pin points some of the most common problems faced by the children of the Indian society. It discusses the evolution of the legal system in India since its independence and how the efficiency of the legal system varies in relation to different issues regarding children. Lastly the paper will provide reasons for the downfall of the legal system, ways how it can be reduced and recommendations for the development of child rights.
Keywords: gauging; effectiveness; law-making; judicial application of law; legal consciousness (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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