CaseLaw Research

CaseLaw Research is an initiative by Chaitanya Singh, Founding Editor of Constitutional Renaissance Blog and a Legal Correspondent at Bar & Bench.

He believes that it is our fundamental duty to develop the scientific temper, humanism and the spirit of inquiry and reform, in the field of legal research. Law is for the citizens – we all must know the law – that is the objective of this initiative.

Case laws and legal research are important in presenting your argument before the Hon’ble Courts and in the moot courts as well. Digital legal research tools like SCC, Manupatra etc have made it easy to research in these times. But still, due to a lack of resources and time, we all struggle with legal research.

That’s why #CaseLaw Research Initiative wants to step in and help fellow law students and professionals alike. This is an extension of our existing initiative – Constitutional Database.

What do we do? We will offer help in three ways:

  • Case law research;
  • Decoding the law;
  • Helping in citations (High Court and Supreme Court cases).

Need some assistance in your legal research? Fill out this form with your query and we will get back to you as soon as possible.

If you have any extensive questions about law for which you need our assistance, feel free to reach out to us on our email: constitutionalrenaissanceblog@gmail.com

We'd really appreciate some help in covering our website hosting and domain name costs. This will allow the blog to keep up with its objectives and keep helping fellow law students and lawyers in their #CaseLawResearch.
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