Response to ‘The Sound of Constitutional Silences: Interpretive Holism and Free Speech under Article 19 of the Indian Constitution’ by Arpita Sarkar

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

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Response to Prof. Dipika Jain’s article: “Law-Making by and for the People: A Case for Pre-legislative Processes in India” by Anirudh Burman

In this response paper, the arguments laid in Prof. Dipika’ article are critiqued by raising the need for a standard definition of a pre-legislative process. A need to arriving at a definition in order to have clarity over the role of such processes in democratic system has been raised.

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Indian Journal of Constitutional Law, NALSAR releases Vol 9 (2020) | A Mélange of Scholarship on Indian and Comparative Constitutional Law Issues

[Ed Note: We are happy to report the release of IJCL’s Vol. 9 (2020). This Volume of the Journal seems quite promising with 11 pieces in the form of 7 Articles, 2 Essays and 2 …

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