A piece titled the “The Death of Books” sparked off a fiery debate around a proposed amendment to the copyright act. Two of us (leading technology lawyer Rahul Mathan and me) initially countered this doomsday prediction largely centred around the prospect of a phenomenon interestingly referred to as “remaindering”.In a Mint opinion piece, I argued…

NUJS is collaborating with Eurasia-Pacific Uninet and other partners is organizing an International Conference on “Constitutional Pluralism: New Challenges for Constitutional Theory” on 11th and 12th November, 2010 in Kolkata, India.This Conference is the third in a series of Asian-European Dialogue on Comparative Constitutional Law that has been organized by Eurasia-Pacific Uninet, a network of…

The Socio-Legal Review (SLR) is a student-edited, peer-reviewed interdisciplinary journal published annually by the Law and Society Committee of the National Law School of India University, Bangalore. The Journal aims to be a forum that involves, promotes and engages students and scholars to express and share their ideas and opinions on themes and methodologies relating…

Journal of Indian Law & Society is currently soliciting submissions for its second issue due in December, 2010. The deadline for submissions is October 5, 2010. Please send in your submissions under the categories mentioned below. All submissions to the Journal are double blind refereed and edited by the student editorial board. For general queries…