Category: New Scholarship

A reply to Ms. Ashok by Prof. Khaitan regarding his ILR paper

[Ed Note: Please find below Prof. Tarunabh Khaitan's quick response to the post from Krithika Ashok regarding Prof. Khaitan's Article ...
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A Brief Response to “The Indian Supreme Court’s Identity Crisis: A Constitutional Court or a Court of Appeals?”

[Ed Note: As part of our New Scholarship Section, we have been inviting discussants to respond to specific articles. This ...
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Discussing Vol. 4 Issue 1 of the Indian Law Review

As our readers might be aware, we have recently started the New Scholarship Section on our Blog, to promote new ...
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A reply to Dr Chowdhury by Prof. Khaitan regarding his ILR paper

[Ed Note: Please find below Prof. Tarunabh Khaitan's quick response to the post from Dr. Rishad A. Chowdhury's regarding Prof ...
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Response to “The Indian Supreme Court’s identity crisis: a constitutional court or a court of appeals?” by Dr. Rishad A. Chowdhury

[Ed Note: As part of our New Scholarship Section, we have been inviting discussants to respond to specific articles. This ...
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COVID-19 and Dwindling Indian Federalism

[Editorial Note: This post is a part of a new initiative - New Scholarship, through which we aim to promote ...
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ICON’s special issue on Asia (freely downloadable)

The International Journal of Constitutional Law has just published its special issue on Asian law on its website. The entire ...
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Freedom of Speech

In a new book published this month, “Republic of Rhetoric: Free Speech and the Constitution of India” (Penguin, 2017), I argue ...
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Economic Survey 2017

Yesterday, the Chief Economic Advisor, Arvind Subramanian, released the Economic Survey 2017. Various chapters of the Survey grapple with issues ...
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Courting the People: Public Interest Litigation in Post-Emergency India

Guest Post by Anuj Bhuwania, South Asian University, about his new book.   My book 'Courting the People: Public Interest Litigation ...
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Access to Justice – Decoding Delays in Civil Cases

Earlier this year, Daksh India (of which blog member Harish Narsappa is a founder) conducted the ‘Access to Justice’ Survey. Through a ...
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Gautam Bhatia’s “Offend, Shock or Disturb” – A Review

Guest Post by Adithya Reddy Gautam Bhatia’s book on free speech is a first of its kind work on any Part ...
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History of the Bombay High Court

In a new book published this month, “An Independent, Colonial Judiciary”, I explore the history of the Bombay High Court during the ...
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India’s Judicial Architecture

I recently posted on SSRN this piece on India's judicial architecture. A revised version of it will be published in ...
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New Law Commission Report on Delays, Arrears, and Adequate Judge Strength

The Law Commission has come out with its 245th Report, titled "Arrears and Backlog: Creating Additional Judicial (Wo)manpower." The Report ...
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Standard Indian Legal Citation Launches

Standard Indian Legal Citation (SILC) launched earlier this week at a number of law schools in India. SILC is a ...
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Law Clerks, the Supreme Court, and Harvard

  A draft of a paper I have been working on was recently posted on SSRN as part of the Harvard ...
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“Proportionality” and the Supreme Court of India

In a paper published in the latest issue of the Oxford University Commonwealth Law Journal, I explore the proportionality doctrine ...
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NUJS Law Review (Oct-Dec 2009)

In this recent post, I had drawn attention to the print issue of this journal. Happily, the editors have now ...
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