(A guest post by Eugene R. Fidell) [Eugene R. Fidell teaches Military Justice at Yale Law School and edits the Global Military Justice Reform blog, globalmjreform.blogspot.com. His book, Military Justice: A Very Short Introduction, was published in 2016 by the Oxford University Press. He served as a judge advocate in the U.S. Coast Guard.] —————…

Guest Post by Thriyambak J. Kannan The Arbitration and Conciliation Act, 1996 (“the Act”), pursuant to the recommendations of the 246th Law Commission Report (“Report”) underwent a series of amendments to rectify what the Commission was informed as, “several inadequacies observed in the functioning of the Act”.[1] Pursuant to these recommendations, the Act was amended by…

(by Cameron Miles and Surabhi Ranganathan) Cameron Miles is a barrister of Gray’s Inn and a barrister and solicitor of the Supreme Court of Victoria and the High Court of Australia. He is a practicing public international lawyer and a member of 3 Verulam Buildings in London. He is the author of Provisional Measures before…

I note at the outset that this blog post does relate back to this blog’s remit regarding ‘India’s laws and legal system’. (Or, at least, to the question of Indian political history and culture.) It just takes its time in doing so. I’ve recently had the opportunity to read two fascinating works – Brij V….