This book discusses the laws that exist today and how some of them might do good with a bit of change. It gives us suggestions on how we can protect the rights of the people.
Summary of the Book
Injustice is still quite rampant in India and many of our laws need to be reviewed. The marginalized and oppressed are put under a lot of pressure because of the way our legal systems works. The author, Leila Seth, gives you this book where she shares her insights on the matters that are causing a problem for the nation. The book contains essays on the crucial points of law and human rights on issues like women’s rights, children’s rights, and gender sensitization of the judiciary. This book is essential for any individual of the nation who wants to get a clear understanding of their rights.
About Leila Seth
Leila Seth was the first woman to top the Bar examinations in London, the first woman judge of the Delhi High Court and the first woman to become Chief Justice of a state High Court. She was appointed as a judge in 1978 and retired as Chief Justice of Himachal Pradesh in 1992. She was a member of the 15th Law Commission of India (1997 - 2000) and one of the three members of the 2012 committee (Known as the Justice Verma Committee), which was constituted in the aftermath of the rape in Delhi of the young woman known as Nirbhaya.
She is the author of two books: On Balance, her autobiography, and We, the Children of India, which explains the principles of the Indian constitution to its younger citizens.
Certified Buyer, New Delhi
4 Sep, 2017
Hon.Judge put justice for poor above all.
Certified Buyer, Bangalore
14 Jan, 2015