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Call for Proposals: The 3rd LAOT-NALSAR Courts and Constitution Conference (Submit by 25 February, 2022)

Call for Proposals: The 3rd LAOT-NALSAR Courts and Constitution Conference (Submit by 25 February, 2022)

Anushri BhutaJanuary 21, 20225 min read

Law and Other Things and NALSAR University of Law are organizing the 3rd Edition of the Courts and the Constitution Conference. Entries for the same are invited from interested students,…

Merger Exception to Defection – Obstacle or Facilitator?

Merger Exception to Defection – Obstacle or Facilitator?

Shanthan ReddyJanuary 21, 202210 min read
[Ed Note: This is a two-part series on anti-defection law by our Senior Analyst, Shanthan Reddy. Part I introduces defection law to the readers and explains how the merger exception…

Divine labours, devalued work: Concluding response to the discussion pieces

Divine labours, devalued work: Concluding response to the discussion pieces

Sneha Banerjee and Prabha KotiswaranJanuary 14, 202215 min read

Ed Note: As part of our New Scholarship section, we have been inviting discussants to respond to the public law themed articles featured in Volume 5 of the Indian Law Review.…

The Editorial Board of the Indian Law Review (“ILR”) invites applications for the position of an Editor on its Editorial Board.

The Editorial Board of the Indian Law Review (“ILR”) invites applications for the position of an Editor on its Editorial Board.

Anushri BhutaJanuary 13, 20223 min read

The ILR, published by Taylor and Francis, was launched in 2017 by a group of legal academics based in institutions of legal education in Australia, India, the UK and the…

Divine labours, devalued work: Response by Sharmila Rudrappa

Divine labours, devalued work: Response by Sharmila Rudrappa

Sharmila RudrappaJanuary 4, 202211 min read

Ed Note: As part of our New Scholarship section, we have been inviting discussants to respond to the public law themed articles featured in Volume 5 the Indian Law Review. You…

Monthly Round-Up: December 2021

Monthly Round-Up: December 2021

Pranjal GautamJanuary 1, 20225 min read

Law and Other Things published a range of interesting articles and new scholarship discussions to further scholarship in public law. Below we bring you an update on the Blog’s activities…

DIGITAL FELLOWSHIP 2022

DIGITAL FELLOWSHIP 2022

Anushri BhutaDecember 21, 20218 min read

The Centre for Communication Governance at National Law University, Delhi (CCG), is calling for applications for the DIGITAL (Digital Rights and Inclusive Technology for All) Fellowship, to be offered to…

Divine labours, devalued work: Response by Swati Gola

Divine labours, devalued work: Response by Swati Gola

Swati GolaDecember 21, 20218 min read

Ed Note: As part of our New Scholarship section, we have been inviting discussants to respond to the public law themed articles featured in Volume 5 the Indian Law Review. You…

Aadhaar and Exclusion: The Public Distribution System in India

Aadhaar and Exclusion: The Public Distribution System in India

Nitya RavichandraDecember 19, 20217 min read

Ed Note: [This piece is Part 1 of a 2-part series discussing the exclusionary effect of the Aadhaar Act. In this post, our analyst Nitya Ravichandran, discusses the impact of…

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India & Global Decline in Democracies

India & Global Decline in Democracies

DGV RithvikJune 5, 20217 min read

Over the last few months, Law and Other Things has had the opportunity to host an international blog symposium on India and Global Decline in Democracies as a part of our New Scholarship initiative. We discussed Professor Tarunabh Khaitan’s article…

Killing A Constitution With A Thousand Cuts: A Response to the Symposium Blogs

Killing A Constitution With A Thousand Cuts: A Response to the Symposium Blogs

Tarunabh KhaitanFebruary 18, 202113 min read
[Ed Note – We are hosting an international blog symposium on India and Global Decline in Democracies as a part of our New Scholarship initiative. We discussed Professor Tarunabh Khaitan’s article, which he introduced here. All responses to his article can be found here.…

Some Reflections on What the State is doing with our Time

Some Reflections on What the State is doing with our Time

Malavika PrasadDecember 11, 202022 min read
[Ed Note: As part of our series marking 15 Years of Law and Other Things, we bring to you posts from our long-time contributors and supporters! In this post, our Senior Editor Malavika Prasad examines state action relying upon the…

Samvidhaan: Reflections on Shyam Benegal’s rendition of Indian Constitutional history

Samvidhaan: Reflections on Shyam Benegal’s rendition of Indian Constitutional history

Dr. Arvind ElangovanNovember 30, 202017 min read
[Ed Note: As part of our series marking 15 Years of Law and Other Things, we bring to you posts from our long-time contributors and supporters! In this post, Professor Arvind Elangovan reflects upon the famous television series “Samvidhaan: The Making…

Institutional Reform at the Supreme Court

Institutional Reform at the Supreme Court

Nick RobinsonNovember 10, 202012 min read
[Ed Note: As part of our series marking 15 Years of Law and Other Things, we bring to you posts from our long-time contributors and supporters! In this post our Senior Editor Nick Robinson traces the institutional changes in the Indian…

DIGITAL FELLOWSHIP 2022

DIGITAL FELLOWSHIP 2022

Anushri BhutaDecember 21, 20218 min read

The Centre for Communication Governance at National Law University, Delhi (CCG), is calling for applications for the DIGITAL (Digital Rights and Inclusive Technology for All) Fellowship, to be offered to…

CALJ: Call for Submissions

CALJ: Call for Submissions

Suhani ParuvellyDecember 12, 20215 min read

The Comparative Constitutional Law and Administrative Law Journal, National Law University, Jodhpur Submission Guidelines General Guidelines The Comparative Constitutional Law and Administrative Law Journal [“Journal”] attempts to initiate and foster…

Call for Submissions: Trade, Law and Development, Special Issue “Looking Ahead: Addressing the Challenges Faced by the International Trade Regime” Issue 14.1 | Summer ’22

Call for Submissions: Trade, Law and Development, Special Issue “Looking Ahead: Addressing the Challenges Faced by the International Trade Regime” Issue 14.1 | Summer ’22

Anushri BhutaNovember 3, 20215 min read

Founded in 2009, the philosophy of Trade, Law and Development has been to generate and sustain a constructive and democratic debate on emergent issues in international economic law and to…

Call for Papers: NLSIR

Call for Papers: NLSIR

Suhani ParuvellyOctober 26, 20214 min read

The NLSIR is the flagship law review of the National Law School of India University, Bangalore, India. It is a bi-annual, student edited, peer-reviewed law review providing incisive legal scholarship…

Call for Papers: NLSIU’s Indian Journal of Law & Technology Special Issue on Fintech : Submit by February 28, 2022.

Call for Papers: NLSIU’s Indian Journal of Law & Technology Special Issue on Fintech : Submit by February 28, 2022.

Suhani ParuvellyOctober 20, 20214 min read

The Indian Journal of Law & Technology (IJLT) is now accepting submissions for its upcoming special issue on Financial Technology (‘FinTech’) Please send in your submissions before February 28, 2022…

The Editorial Board of the Indian Law Review (“ILR”) invites applications for the position of an Editor on its Editorial Board.

By Anushri Bhuta / January 13, 2022 / 0 Comments
The ILR, published by Taylor and Francis, was launched in 2017 by a group of legal academics based in institutions of legal education in Australia, India, the UK and the US.  In the ensuing five years, it has emerged as...

Monthly Round-Up: December 2021

By Pranjal Gautam / January 1, 2022 / 0 Comments
Law and Other Things published a range of interesting articles and new scholarship discussions to further scholarship in public law. Below we bring you an update on the Blog’s activities during December 2021. Blog Posts We started with a piece...

Divine labours, devalued work: Response by Sharmila Rudrappa

By Sharmila Rudrappa / January 4, 2022 / 0 Comments
Ed Note: As part of our New Scholarship section, we have been inviting discussants to respond to the public law themed articles featured in Volume 5 the Indian Law Review. You can access all the posts in this discussion here. In this...

Call for Proposals: The 3rd LAOT-NALSAR Courts and Constitution Conference (Submit by 25 February, 2022)

By Anushri Bhuta / January 21, 2022 / 0 Comments
Law and Other Things and NALSAR University of Law are organizing the 3rd Edition of the Courts and the Constitution Conference. Entries for the same are invited from interested students, scholars, and practitioners of law and other connected fields. About...

Divine labours, devalued work: Concluding response to the discussion pieces

By Sneha Banerjee and Prabha Kotiswaran / January 14, 2022 / 0 Comments
Ed Note: As part of our New Scholarship section, we have been inviting discussants to respond to the public law themed articles featured in Volume 5 of the Indian Law Review. You can access all the posts in this discussion here. In...

Merger Exception to Defection – Obstacle or Facilitator?

By Shanthan Reddy / January 21, 2022 / 0 Comments
[Ed Note: This is a two-part series on anti-defection law by our Senior Analyst, Shanthan Reddy. Part I introduces defection law to the readers and explains how the merger exception has been misused to facilitate defection. Part II specifically looks...