I wanted to bring the readers attention to Parul Kumar’s new article on the treatment of substantive allegations of fraud in arbitration, published in Arbitration International, a journal published by the  London Court of International Arbitration.  The abstract of the article is below and the article can be found here. “The Indian Supreme Court judgment…

The Chair for Public and Comparative Law at Humboldt University Berlin together with Dr. Benedikt Naarmann offer short-term research stipends for emerging  legal scholars from India, who would like to  come  to  Berlin  in  order  to  prepare  or  advance  a  research  project  in  comparative law.  Stipend holders will spend up  to  two  months  in  Berlin …

The Admin Law Blog is a forum for the discussion of ideas and developments of interest to scholars of administrative law across the common law world. It aims to connect administrative law scholars to each other and to contribute to the growing field of comparative administrative law. The blog is edited by Farrah Ahmed (Melbourne Law School), Swati Jhaveri (National University…

 Centre for Policy Research and Centre on Law and Social Transformation are pleased to invite you to a conference on Land Rights, Land Acquisition, and Inclusive Development in India Thursday and Friday, 2-3 March 2017, 9:30 a.m. Conference Room II, India International Centre   India faces serious challenges in creating development processes that generate economic growth while…

100 LEGAL LUMINARIES OF INDIA, no author stated, LexisNexis,  New Delhi, 2016, pp 470, Price: Rs 5,995.00 (hbk), ISBN: 978-93-5143-757-4. Even by the standards of vanity publishing, this book will raise many eyebrows for its nakedly hagiographic tone and tenor. It purports to sketch the lives and achievements of 100 ‘illustrious legal minds in India’…