Manipal University’s Guest Lecture on Why Courts Limit Their Own Power [March 31]: Register Now!


The Manipal Education Group, with its heritage of excellence in higher education for over 60 years, launched Manipal University Jaipur in 2011 on an invitation from the Government of Rajasthan, as a self-financed State University.

To give exposure to students pursuing the law course on various comparative issues, School of Law organizes guest lecture on regular basis. Such Comparative Constitutional Law issues exposes students to critical thinking in light of rights of liberty and equality.

About the Guest Lecturer

Richard Albert is the William Stamps Farish Professor in Law, Professor of Government, and Director of Constitutional Studies at the University of Texas at Austin. Born and raised in Canada, he has published over twenty books, including Constitutional Amendments: Making, Breaking, and Changing Constitutions (Oxford University Press 2019). He is the Founding Director of the International Forum on the Future of Constitutionalism.

He teaches courses in constitutional law, researches and writes about making and amending constitutions, and convenes international conferences in public law. His publications have been translated into Chinese, French, Hungarian, Portuguese, Russian and Spanish. He holds law and political science degrees from Yale, Oxford and Harvard, and formerly served as a law clerk to the Chief Justice of Canada.

Manipal University Guest Lecture

Guest Lecture Details

Topic: Why Courts Limit Their Own Power

Date: March 31, 2021

Timings: 7 AM IST

Platform: Microsoft Teams

Registration: Guest Lecture on Why Courts Limit Their Own Power


Prabhpreet Singh: Assistant Professor, School of Law, Manipal University Jaipur and Moot Court Coordinator, Manipal University Jaipur | Off Jaipur-Ajmer Expressway |

Post: Dehmi Kalan | Jaipur-303007 | Rajasthan | India

Contact Number: +91-9413336353  Office: 0141-3999100, Ext No: 392

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