by Diksha SanyalThe 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 recognizing the third gender and most importantly, an individual’s choice to decide one’s own gender, the … Continue reading Looking Ahead: What after NALSA?
(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. It is written by Shambo Nandy, an Advocate practicing in Delhi, and Vasujith Ram, the … Continue reading The Political Class and the Decline of Constitutional Morality
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 James, a young graduate of NUJS, approached us with a remarkable piece based on a personal … Continue reading Volume 4 Monsoon Issue of JILS Released