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Call for Papers: NLSIR

Suhani ParuvellyOct 26, 20214 min read

The NLSIR is the flagship law review of the National Law School of India University, Bangalore, India. It is a bi-annual, student edited, peer-reviewed law review providing incisive legal scholarship…

Need for a Vaccine Law: Resolving Liability Issues and Ensuring Injury Compensation

Need for a Vaccine Law: Resolving Liability Issues and Ensuring Injury Compensation

Gursimran Singh NarulaOct 25, 20219 min read

Vaccines have immensely contributed to public health in this country. India successfully controlled diseases such as smallpox and polio. The Jan Andolan in favour of the Pulse Polio program is…

Rethinking India’s intermediary liability regime: The advent of intermediary-turned-publishers

Rethinking India’s intermediary liability regime: The advent of intermediary-turned-publishers

Raghav AhoojaOct 23, 20219 min read
[Ed note: This article has been written by Raghav Ahooja, a law graduate from RGNUL, This article has been coedited and co-ordinated by Ajitesh Arya, Gayatri Gupta from our student…

Preserving Privacy After Puttaswamy II: An Invitation to Conceptual Thinking in the Constitutional Law Courtroom

Preserving Privacy After Puttaswamy II: An Invitation to Conceptual Thinking in the Constitutional Law Courtroom

Ujwala UppaluriOct 21, 202111 min read

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

Call for Papers: NLSIU’s Indian Journal of Law & Technology Special Issue on Fintech : Submit by February 28, 2022.

Call for Papers: NLSIU’s Indian Journal of Law & Technology Special Issue on Fintech : Submit by February 28, 2022.

Suhani ParuvellyOct 20, 20214 min read

The Indian Journal of Law & Technology (IJLT) is now accepting submissions for its upcoming special issue on Financial Technology (‘FinTech’) Please send in your submissions before February 28, 2022…

Unravelling the Role of Autonomy and Consent in Privacy

Unravelling the Role of Autonomy and Consent in Privacy

John Sebastian and Aparajito SenOct 19, 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 law…

Demands for Structural Changes in the Supreme Court of India: A Historical Overview (Part 2)

Demands for Structural Changes in the Supreme Court of India: A Historical Overview (Part 2)

Raghuveer R. SattigeriOct 18, 20217 min read
[ Ed Note: This is part 2 of a two-part series on the history behind the demand for structural changes in the Supreme Court of India. Part 1 can be…

Demands for Structural Changes in the Supreme Court of India: A Historical Overview (Part I)

Demands for Structural Changes in the Supreme Court of India: A Historical Overview (Part I)

Raghuveer R. SattigeriOct 18, 20218 min read
[ Ed Note: This article has been written by Raghuveer R. Sattigeri. The article has been co-edited & coordinated by Mariyam Mayan, Gayatri Gupta & Anushri Bhuta from our Student…

Monthly Round-Up: August 2021

Eeshan SonakOct 16, 20214 min read

In the month of August 2021 we welcomed new members to our LAOT Team. In addition to DGV Rithvik, we had Anushri Bhuta and Suhani Paruvelly join us as Technical…

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

Jan 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

Tarunabh KhaitanDec 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

Tarunabh KhaitanOct 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 KhaitanOct 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…

Feminist Judgment Project India: Call For Proposals

GuestSep 13, 20176 min read

By  Jhuma Sen The Feminist Judgment Project India imagines the possibilities of collaborative writing of alternate judgments for several Indian cases across a broad range of legal issues having a…

Confused and Confusing: Proportionality in the Supreme Court’s FCRA Judgment

By Siddharth Sunil and Shagun Bhargava / August 29, 2022 / 1 Comment
The Supreme Court, in Noel Harper and Ors. v. Union of India (‘Noel Harper’) had occasion to consider a batch of petitions assailing the constitutional validity of the Foreign Contribution (Regulation) Amendment Act, 2020 (‘Amending Act’). The Amending Act incorporated,...
Procedures for Medical abortion in India

Medical Termination of Pregnancy Procedure

By Ishika Garg / September 14, 2022 / 0 Comments
In this infographic, Ishika Garg presents a step-by-step process of the circumstances in which a pregnancy can be terminated according to the Medical Termination of Pregnancy Act, 1971. The Act is complemented by the Medical Termination of Pregnancy Regulations, 2003 which,...
Feminist Judgement re-writing project

#2.3 – Interview with Kanika Sharma and Laura Lammasneimi – Dadaji Bhikaji v Rukhmabai

By Kanika Sharma, Laura Lammasneimi and Ajitesh Arya / August 31, 2022 / 1 Comment
https://open.spotify.com/episode/6YU2Pdcxh7x6L83cHprlUg?si=ut30TLAqQXqAedqGEFpZHg The Indian Feminist Judgments project [IFJP] is a collaboration between feminist legal academics, litigators and judges, practitioners, and activists from law and other disciplines who use a feminist lens to re-write alternative opinions to existing judgments. Indian Law Review, Volume 5 (Issue...
Monthly Updates- August 2022

Monthly Round-Up: August 2022

By Dyuti Anand / September 6, 2022 / 1 Comment
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 August 2022. CEDE Collaboration: Law and Other Things (LAOT)...
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Animal Law Centre: Webinar Week 2022:  Aligning Perspectives in Animal Protection and Practice.

By Avani Vijay / August 31, 2022 / 1 Comment
After the success of our webinar series conducted in July 2022 on the theme "Multilateral Perspectives in Animal Protection and Practice", the Animal Law Centre, NALSAR University of Law, presents its second webinar week, titled, "Aligning Perspectives in Animal Protection...
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Anonymous Social Media Users: Exploring Policy Solutions to Regulate Anonymity over the Internet (Part 1)

By Anmol Jain / September 24, 2022 / 1 Comment
Anmol Jain writes an extensive two-parter where he analyses the merits and demerits of online anonymity while developing an idea for an alternative legal regime that may address the concerns posed by such anonymity without taking away the immense benefits...