Conversation with Suchitra Vijayan, Barrister-at-Law, Political Analyst and Writer

Suchitra Vijayan is a writer, lawyer and a political theorist. She studied Law, Political Science and International relations, and was trained as a Barrister-at-Law. She previously worked for the UN war crimes tribunal for Yugoslavia and Rwanda. She co-founded and was the Legal Director of Resettlement Legal Aid Project, Cairo that gives legal aid for … Continue reading Conversation with Suchitra Vijayan, Barrister-at-Law, Political Analyst and Writer

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Conversation with Flavia Agnes, Director, Majlis Legal Centre

Ms. Flavia Agnes is a lawyer who has worked in the field of women's rights for over two decades. She is a co-founder of Majlis Legal Centre, Mumbai, that provides socio-legal support to women and children on issues of matrimonial rights, domestic violence, sexual abuse, etc. She has several publications to her credit and is a … Continue reading Conversation with Flavia Agnes, Director, Majlis Legal Centre

Conversation with Prof. Nandini Sundar, Professor of Sociology at DU

Prof. Nandini Sundar is a Professor of Sociology at the Delhi University. She was one of the lead petitioners in the well-known case of Nandini Sundar v. State of Chattisgarh (WP (C) 250 of 2007). She won the prestigious Infosys Prize in 2010 for her contributions to social sciences. She has several publications to her credit and … Continue reading Conversation with Prof. Nandini Sundar, Professor of Sociology at DU

Conversation with Prof. Madhava Menon, former Vice-Chancellor, NLSIU and WBNUJS

On the occasion of our 8th Convocation, we were graced with the presence of Prof. Madhava Menon, former Vice Chancellor of WBNUJS and NLSIU. He took a few moments to sit down and have a candid chat with us. Here are the excerpts of that interview… Meenakshi Kurpad (MK): You first mentioned in one of … Continue reading Conversation with Prof. Madhava Menon, former Vice-Chancellor, NLSIU and WBNUJS

Conversation with Raju Ramachandran, Senior Advocate, Supreme Court

Shambo Nandy, the Executive Editor of Journal of Indian Law and Society recently spoke to Raju Ramachandran on a wide array of topics. He talks about legal education in the 1970s and now, the qualitative change in the Bar and about the benefits of interdisciplinary legal education. SN: Please tell us something about yourself. What … Continue reading Conversation with Raju Ramachandran, Senior Advocate, Supreme Court