Administration of Justice: Feminist Jurisprudence

By: Aaditya Sinha

This project is about the administration of justice and we all know justice is a kind of word that we listen to every day and if we want to live peacefully in this society we have to check that if justice prevails or not. It should be noted that justice is not the same as law; the law is a process to reach out to justice. In order to understand the administration of justice, we have to understand many topics like the purpose of justice, in both criminal and civil nature. We also understand the dynamic and subjective nature of law by studying the law of different genders and communities including ‘Feminist Jurisprudence”.

Female Jurisprudence is a diverse yet upcoming topic. The author felt the need to address the paper to such a topic wherein people from all backgrounds are familiar with the facts. The paper caters to facts as to how female Jurisprudence can impact society at large. Ironically, Female Jurisprudence was one such subject that was not paid much heed yet it can impact the society, thus, being an important aspect, which can be used by all. The paper also draws attention to the Administration of Justice and the pillars of it. It also draws a bridge between the Administration of Justice and female Jurisprudence and plans to showcase the symbiotic relationship between the two topics.

The paper is researched with the help of doctrinal research in which we will talk about the different doctrines or statutes as a matter of reference. There may be many statutes but some of them are Indian Penal Code, 1860; The code of criminal Procedure, 1973; The constitution of India; Sexual Harassment of Women at Workplace (Prevention, Prohibition and Redressal) Act, 2013; Dowry Prohibition Act, 1961.

Keywords: Administration, Justice, Criminal, Civil, Subjective, Feminism, Jurisprudence

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