About the Organization
Campus Law Centre, University of Delhi and Corporate Judis LLP in association with Sangyartham Research Foundation & Asia Legal Foundation.
About the Webinar
A two-Day free webinar on
Courts, Constitution and Current Legal Problems. Themes
Features of judicial dissociation from Politics.
Courts at the forefront of political discourse.
Narrative of Electoral or democratic probity- Analysing Anti-defection Jurisprudence.
Discourse on custody of the Constitution.
Stimulating dynamics of Judicial Independence: Mapping with the notion of Judicial Accountability.
Balanced Constitutionalism-Comparative prism of Judicial Review.
Emerging constitutional values: Proportionality in the right based jurisprudence.
Decades of Constitutional Practice: Views from Bar.
Global Constitutional Dialogue.
Realism v formalism in Judicial outcomes.
Law–Literature Movement: Narratives on democratic conversation within Court.
Jul 31, 2020, at 10:00 am
Aug 1, 2020, at 10:00 am.
Justice Subhro Kamal Mukherjee, former Chief Justice of the High Court of Karnataka;
Prof. (Dr.) M.P. Singh, Constitutional Jurist Professor Emeritus at University of Delhi and Chancellor, Central University, Haryana;
Prof.(Dr.) Raman MittalProfessor-in-Charge, Campus Law Centre, University of Delhi;
Mr. Zoheb Hossain, Advocate, Supreme Court Senior Standing Counsel Income Tax);
Mr. Sanjoy Ghose Advocate, ASC, Delhi High Court;
Prof. (Dr) KKSR Murthy, Professor of Law, Hyderabad;
Prof RK Chaubey, Dean (Law), University of Allahabad;
Dr. Amitabh Rajan, IAS (1979), Ph.D. (J.N.U.);
Prof Harbans Dixit, Member Uttar Pradesh Higher Education Commission;
Dr. Seema Singh, Asst. Professor (Law), University of Delhi;
Dr. Rangin Pallav Tripathi, Fullbright Fellow, Harvard Law School, and Asst. Professor NLUO;
Mr. Arun Tripathi, Advocate, Allahabad High Court;
Mr. Chintan Nirala, McGill University Canada;
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