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NLAT 2020: Is it really wrong?

[Ed Note: We recently published a two-part post written by Bhavisha Sharma and Dayaar Singla on the NLSIU's decision to ...
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Part II: NLAT: Lack of Transparency, Accountability & Other Concerns

[Ed Note: This piece has been published on an evolving situation with all updates till 5:00pm, 9th September having been ...
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Discussing Volume 41, Issue 2 of the Statute Law Review (SLR), Oxford University Press

Our second part of discussions under the New Scholarship series around public law themed articles will include pieces featured in ...
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Letter to Law Students on Obama’s DNC Speech: Finding the North Star of the Indian Constitution

[Ed Note: We are delighted to bring to our readers this post as part of a series of letters addressed ...
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Orissa HC Judgment Highlights the Challenge of Protecting Privacy of COVID-19 Patients

A judgment of the Orissa High Court on 16.07.2020 has brought into focus the challenges involved in formulating a balanced ...
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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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Reading List on Article 370 Abrogation

5 August 2020 marked one year of hollowing out Article 370 of the Constitution of India, thus unilaterally abrogating the ...
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Book Cover of The Truth Machines

Introduction to a Book Discussion on Jinee Lokaneeta’s The Truth Machines: Policing, Violence, and Scientific Interrogations in India

(Over the next few days, the Law and Other Things Blog will run a book discussion on Jinee Lokaneeta's The ...
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The Courts and The Constitution

The Courts and the Constitution Conference is an annual conference organised by Law and Other Things, in collaboration with the ...
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“Bois’ Locker Room” and the Limits of Our Constitutional Morality

In early 2007, two female law students in America were targets of degrading comments on the site “AutoAdmit”, a discussion ...
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Simultaneous applicability of the Indian Penal Code and the Information Technology Act: A Problem of Differentiated Protections and Liabilities – Part II

In Part I, through the cases of  Sharat Babu Digumarti v. Govt. of NCT of Delhi and Gagan Harish Sharma ...
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Guarding Against Dangerous Revolutionaries

Shivraj Singh Chouhan, the Chief Minister of Madhya Pradesh took oath on March 23, 2020. Almost a month until then, ...
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Simultaneous applicability of the Indian Penal Code and the Information Technology Act: A Problem of Differentiated Protections and Liabilities – Part I

There have been several questions regarding the simultaneous applicability of the Information Technology Act [“IT Act”] and the Indian Penal ...
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Press Release – ‘The Courts and The Constitution – 2019 in Review’ Conference

NALSAR University of Law recently concluded the second edition of its ‘The Courts and the Constitution Conference’ held in partnership ...
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Life without Remission: An Irreviewable and Unconstitutional Punishment

A recent judgment of the Madras High Court upheld the validity of an order by the President of India commuting ...
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“Rubber-band” Secularism: How Islamic and Hindu majoritarianism repurpose colonial legal governance

(In this conclusion to our blog round-table book discussion, Professor Julia Stephens writes a response to the reviews for “Governing ...
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