Prof.Marc Galanter’s lectures in Delhi

Prof.Marc Galanter, who is presently in New Delhi, has a busy schedule of lectures and academic interactions in the next two weeks. The following are some details, shared by one of his hosts.

On 16th Jan. at 5 pm Professor Galanter will adress the issue of “everyday justice in India” at the School of Arts and Aesthetics, Jawaharlal Nehru University. His talk will be chaired by Justice S Muralidhar, Delhi High Court. This lecture has been organised by the Centre for the Study of Law and Governance, JNU.

On 17th Jan., Professor Galanter will interact with students at the Centre for the Study of Law and Governance at 2:30 pm.

On 18th Jan, Professor Galanter will address students at the Law Faculty Delhi University on the issues that surround lok adalats at 5pm.

On 21st Jan, Professor Galanter will engage in an informal discussion on a range of issues that address law and society scholarship in India at the Centre for Policy Research at 5pm.

On 22nd Jan, Professor Galanter willl address the Delhi High Court on Access to Justice at 2:30 pm.

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  • Marc is partly famous for writing a piece titled “why the haves always come out ahead” in the law and society review. The article is an excellent description of litigation phenomenon and raises interesting questions about justice and the legal profession.

    Always wanted to hear him speak but sadly I wouldnt be an Delhi during that period. Thanks for the info though