Lex Erudites- An Annual Peer-Reviewed E-Journal
A Note from the Editor-in-Chief

The Lex Erudites Journal exhibits a collective aspiration of a cohort of undergraduate students from various universities across India to promote the documentation of reasoned perspectives and ideas of young independent minds on contemporary socio-political issues. The idea of this journal is not limited to being a pensive host to enthusiastic authors; whereas, it is also geared towards extending continuous and extensive orientation to aspiring authors to systematically inculcate a sterling balance between scholarly analysis and refined presentation of arguments and understandings.

This Journal intends to establish itself as a breeding pasture of academic discourse, critical analysis and exchange of ideas and thoughts to cater the requirements of socially responsible citizenry, academia and students. Being a student driven initiative supported by distinguished board of advisors chaired by Dr. Dhvani Mehta from Vidhi Centre for Legal Policy, Professor Dr. Bryan Clark from Newcastle University, UK and Mr. Sagar Singamsetty, senior passenger analyst for IRU, Brussels and an Adjunct Professor of CADL, NALSAR University of Law, it intends to affiliate towards sustainable development of student community in multiple avenues.
It gives me immense pleasure to become a part of the inaugural edition of this Journal which symbolically manifests a combined vision of the contributors of articles and the editorial team of Lex Erudites. And I sincerely believe that this edition is capable enough to engage your attention and stimulate your critical assimilation.

Adv Akhil George
Editor-in-Chief, Lex Erudites

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Socio-Legal Aspects of Racial Discrimination- A Global Perspective

Soorya V.R

Government Law College, Thrissur, Kerala

Unfolding the Cold Reality of How Caste Based Reservation in India Barricades the Economic Upswing

Abdul Noor N & Ashwani C Rajeev

Government Law College, Thrissur, Kerala

Constitutional Morality V. Subjective Morality: An Insight on the Concept of Constitutional Morality with Reference to Secularism & Basic Structure Doctrine.

Silpa V.R

CSI College of Legal Studies, Kottayam, Kerala

Environment Protection Laws in India

Radhika Prasad & Rani Maria Joseph

Government Law College, Thrissur, Kerala

Reworking Defection- A Scrutiny on Intricacies of Anti-Defection Law in India

Navya P Raviprasad & Nihala Jasmin

Government Law College, Thrissur, Kerala

Tackling a Domestic Pandemic amidst a Global Pandemic- The Need to Address and Analyse the Rise in Domestic Violence Against Women During Covid-19

Meenakshy Priya CM

Bharat Mata School of Legal Studies, Cochin Kerala

Ensuring Justice Amidst the Covid-19 Pandemic Expediting Disposal Through Alternate Dispute Resolution

Sandra Marie Roberio

Mount Zion Law College, Kerala