Contemporary Issues in Indian Public Law: Transnational Perspectives

The Faculty
of Law, University of Oxford, Melbourne Law School, University of Melbourne and
National Law University, Delhi invite you to a conference on ‘Contemporary Issues in Indian Public Law:
Transnational Perspectives’.
The conference will be held on the 12th of
April 2015
at National Law University, Delhi.
To attend the
conference, please register here
There is
no registration fee for Indian residents,
but registration is essential. There is a conference registration fee of £20 for international participants. Please
ensure that you select the relevant category when registering. Upon
registration, further details relating to the event will be emailed to you closer
to the time.
If you
have any queries or require any help or advice regarding visa requirements or
hotel bookings, please email Joanna Simon on [email protected] 
This
conference is an International Association of Constitutional Law Roundtable


Programme of Events
Transnational
Engagement with the Indian Constitution
Cheryl
Saunders (Melbourne), Constitutional
Comparison between India and Australia
Nick
Bamforth (Oxford), Comparative Authority
in Constitutional Litigation
Paul
Craig (Oxford), Meta-Constitutional
Narratives: Some Comparative Thoughts
Adrienne
Stone (Melbourne), attendance tbc
Separation of Powers
Nick
Barber (Oxford), The Basic Structure
Doctrine
Sudhir
Krishnaswamy (Azim Premji), Directive
Principles: Institutional Questions
Alison
Young (Oxford), Inter-institutional
Dialogue
Human Rights
Anup
Surendranath (NLU), The Death Penalty
Pip
Nicholson (Melbourne), The Death Penalty

Carolyn
Evans (Melbourne), Religious Freedom and
Conversion Laws

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