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Feminist questions in Danish Khan v. State (Govt. of NCT of Delhi) – Part 2

Feminist questions in Danish Khan v. State (Govt. of NCT of Delhi) – Part 2

Shardha RajamMay 23, 20215 min read
[Ed Note: This is Part II of the post on Danish Khan v. State. Part I can be accessed here.] I ended my earlier post questioning the order of the…

Analysing The State of Emergency in Myanmar: A Constitutional Perspective

Analysing The State of Emergency in Myanmar: A Constitutional Perspective

Sourav PaulMay 17, 202112 min read

“By general law, life and limb must be protected, yet often a limb must be amputated to save a life; but life is never wisely given to save a limb.”…

Feminist questions in Danish Khan v. State (Govt. of NCT of Delhi) – Part I

Feminist questions in Danish Khan v. State (Govt. of NCT of Delhi) – Part I

Shardha RajamMay 16, 20217 min read

On 5th January 2021, in Danish Khan v. State (Govt. of NCT of Delhi) (‘Danish Khan’), the Delhi High Court granted anticipatory bail to the Applicant, who was accused of…

Response to Prof. Saptarshi Mandal and Ms. Shruti Iyer

Response to Prof. Saptarshi Mandal and Ms. Shruti Iyer

Preeti Pratishruti DashMay 15, 20217 min read

Ed Note: As part of our New Scholarship Section, we have been inviting discussants to respond to specific articles. This is part of a series of posts discussing the public…

Circumvention of Federalism & The GNCTD (Amendment) Bill, 2021

Circumvention of Federalism & The GNCTD (Amendment) Bill, 2021

Shravani ShendyeApril 26, 202110 min read

INTRODUCTION In March 2021, both Houses of the Parliament passed the Government of National Capital Territory of Delhi (Amendment) Bill, 2021 (hereinafter, GNCTD Bill) amidst massive furore. The President also…

In Memoriam: V.S. Mallar

In Memoriam: V.S. Mallar

Vikram RaghavanApril 25, 20215 min read

Varadaraja Shivaraya Mallar, who taught at seven law schools across India, left us on Saturday. With his ebulliently booming voice, Professor V.S. Mallar introduced generations of students to the lofty…

Letting Go: The End (of the Start)

Letting Go: The End (of the Start)

Swethaa BallakrishnenApril 23, 202110 min read
[Ed Note: We have been hosting a Book Roundtable on Swethaa Ballakrishnen’s Accidental Feminism: Gender Parity and Selective Mobility among India’s Professional Elite. We had the introductory post by Nick Robinson…

Analysing NEP Through Gendered Lens – Part II

Analysing NEP Through Gendered Lens – Part II

[Ed Note: This is a two-part series on the analysis of the National Education Policy through gendered lines. Part I can be accessed here.]  Ignoring LGBTQIA+  The NEP also fails to…

Response to “Who are our Judges? Assessing the Information Disclosure Practice of Indian Supreme Court Judges”

Response to “Who are our Judges? Assessing the Information Disclosure Practice of Indian Supreme Court Judges”

Deepika Kinhal and Shreya TripathyApril 14, 20219 min read

Ed Note: As part of our New Scholarship Section, we have been inviting discussants to respond to specific articles. This is part of a series of posts discussing the public…

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Crafting Justice through Ethical Experiential Education

Crafting Justice through Ethical Experiential Education

Arun ThiruvengadamJanuary 6, 20185 min read

(Guest Post by Abhayraj Naik) Justice, experiential education, and an ethical vision and practice of social justice (for educators, learners, governments, universities, NGOs, research institutions, and ethical corporations in India…

Call for Papers – International Conference on Affirmative Action and the Sustainable Development Goal of Gender Equality

Call for Papers – International Conference on Affirmative Action and the Sustainable Development Goal of Gender Equality

January 4, 20182 min read

The Tamil Nadu National Law School, Trichy and the Oxford Human Rights Hub are pleased to announce the International Conference on Affirmative Action and the Sustainable Development Goal of Gender…

ILR Early Career Researcher Prize for Case/Legislative Notes 2017

ILR Early Career Researcher Prize for Case/Legislative Notes 2017

Tarunabh KhaitanDecember 15, 20173 min read

Indian Law Review invites submissions for Case Notes or Legislative Notes on any case decided or legislation passed in India in 2017 (pending cases/bills may be considered if exceptional). A Note…

Scholarships for Indian students to study Law (JD/LLM) at Melbourne Law School

Scholarships for Indian students to study Law (JD/LLM) at Melbourne Law School

Tarunabh KhaitanOctober 5, 20172 min read

DESCRIPTION The Alex Chernov JD Scholarship/Alex Chernov Master of Laws (LLM) Scholarship will be awarded for the first time in 2017 to students from India commencing at Melbourne Law School…

Indian Law Review: First Issue Availability and Reduced Subscription Price

Indian Law Review: First Issue Availability and Reduced Subscription Price

Tarunabh KhaitanOctober 4, 20171 min read

We are delighted to announce that the first issue of Volume 1 of the Indian Law Review is now available for free download on our website (for a limited period). The…

The Editorial Board of the Indian Law Review (“ILR”) invites applications for the position of an Editor on its Editorial Board.

By Anushri Bhuta / January 13, 2022 / 0 Comments
The ILR, published by Taylor and Francis, was launched in 2017 by a group of legal academics based in institutions of legal education in Australia, India, the UK and the US.  In the ensuing five years, it has emerged as...

Monthly Round-Up: December 2021

By Pranjal Gautam / January 1, 2022 / 0 Comments
Law and Other Things published a range of interesting articles and new scholarship discussions to further scholarship in public law. Below we bring you an update on the Blog’s activities during December 2021. Blog Posts We started with a piece...

Divine labours, devalued work: Response by Sharmila Rudrappa

By Sharmila Rudrappa / January 4, 2022 / 0 Comments
Ed Note: As part of our New Scholarship section, we have been inviting discussants to respond to the public law themed articles featured in Volume 5 the Indian Law Review. You can access all the posts in this discussion here. In this...

Divine labours, devalued work: Concluding response to the discussion pieces

By Sneha Banerjee and Prabha Kotiswaran / January 14, 2022 / 0 Comments
Ed Note: As part of our New Scholarship section, we have been inviting discussants to respond to the public law themed articles featured in Volume 5 of the Indian Law Review. You can access all the posts in this discussion here. In...

Call for Proposals: The 3rd LAOT-NALSAR Courts and Constitution Conference (Submit by 25 February, 2022)

By Anushri Bhuta / January 21, 2022 / 0 Comments
Law and Other Things and NALSAR University of Law are organizing the 3rd Edition of the Courts and the Constitution Conference. Entries for the same are invited from interested students, scholars, and practitioners of law and other connected fields. About...

Merger Exception to Defection – Obstacle or Facilitator?

By Shanthan Reddy / January 21, 2022 / 0 Comments
[Ed Note: This is a two-part series on anti-defection law by our Senior Analyst, Shanthan Reddy. Part I introduces defection law to the readers and explains how the merger exception has been misused to facilitate defection. Part II specifically looks...