Monthly Archives: May 2014

Looking Ahead: What after NALSA?

by Diksha Sanyal The National Legal Services Authority v. Union of India [Writ Petition (Civil) No. 400 of 2012] has the potential to play a transformative role in altering the discourse on the State, citizenship and the transgender community. By … Continue reading

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The Political Class and the Decline of Constitutional Morality

(Admin’s Note: This post was previously published as an Editorial Note in the Monsoon Issue of Volume 4 of JILS, highlighting the decline in the respect for the unwritten rules and the spirit of the Constitution among the political class. … Continue reading

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Volume 4 Monsoon Issue of JILS Released

We are pleased to announce the launch of the Monsoon issue of Volume 4 of the Journal of Indian Law and Society. The past academic year has been a watershed year for the Journal and its members. Last October, Stella … Continue reading

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