The Admin Law Blog is a forum for the discussion of ideas and developments of interest to scholars of administrative law across the common law world. It aims to connect administrative law scholars to each other and to contribute to the growing field of comparative administrative law. The blog is edited by Farrah Ahmed (Melbourne Law School), Swati Jhaveri (National University…

  On the evening of the 19th of December, Dr. Tarunabh Khaitan,  Associate Professor in Law at Wadham College, Oxford, will be delivering a talk titled “Securing Dissenters’ Consent for India’s Constitution: The Role of Directive Principles“.  A copy of the draft article on which the talk is based is available for download here.   Using India…

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Routledge, Taylor & Francis is delighted to announce the launch the Indian Law Review. Edited by a global team of exceptional scholars, we are excited to be publishing the first volume in 2017. Authors are now welcome to submit manuscripts. Its current Editors are Arun Thiruvengadam, Dev Gangjee, Farrah Ahmed, Prabha Kotiswaran, Sudhir Krishnaswamy, Tarunabh…

The following event has been cancelled.  On the evening of the 5th of December, Dr. Tarunabh Khaitan,  Associate Professor in Law at Wadham College, Oxford, will be delivering a talk titled “Securing Dissenters’ Consent for India’s Constitution: The Role of Directive Principles“.  Using India as a case study, Dr. Khaitan’s paper on the issue argues that Directive…

This blog has doggedly pursued the issue of housing discrimination and the need for legal regulation (see here and here). Sociological research by Sidhwani and Vithayathil & Singh add to the growing evidence of housing apartheid in urban India. Here are a few further updates on the issue. 1. While the Government was piloting the…

This programme is being run in collaboration with the prestigious Pegasus Scholarship Trust. The programme is intended to provide young lawyers in India with a first-hand experience of the workings of the legal system in England and Wales over a period of eight weeks, while young legal practitioners from England and Wales will be provided…

NEW GENERATION SCHOLAR IN LAW AND INDIA Australia India Institute, Melbourne Law School http://jobs.unimelb.edu.au/caw/en/job/887871/new-generation-scholar-in-law-and-india Salary: $64,863* – $88,016 p.a. (*PhD entry Level $81,998 p.a.) plus 17% superannuation   The Melbourne Law School (MLS) and the Australia India Institute (AII) are looking to recruit an excellent scholar in the broad field of ‘Law and India’ to undertake three…