Webinar : Basic Structure Doctrine of the Constitution by UPES Dehradun (April 18 @ 5 PM) : Register Now!

About SCLHR Society for Constitutional Law & Human Rights (SCLHR), UPES School of Law is a forum dedicated to promoting research, increasing student’s ability to interpret the law as per the changing situations, spread awareness of issues dealing with Comparative Constitutional Law & Human Rights. The mission of the Society is to promote research dealing … Continue reading Webinar : Basic Structure Doctrine of the Constitution by UPES Dehradun (April 18 @ 5 PM) : Register Now!

5th Keynote Series of ‘Courtroom Legends’ by DDS, Campus Law Centre (10th April, 5 PM) : Watch the Live Event

Organisation/College/University Details The Debate & Discussion Society (DDS), Campus Law Centre is a unique forum that promotes free thought and exchange of opinions. When the discussion is the ethos of an institution, DDS forms a natural facilitator of that  spirited culture. The DDS hosts a plethora of events covering various facets of the art of … Continue reading 5th Keynote Series of ‘Courtroom Legends’ by DDS, Campus Law Centre (10th April, 5 PM) : Watch the Live Event

COURTROOM LEGENDS – 4TH KEYNOTE SERIES BY DDS, CAMPUS LAW CENTRE, DU – WATCH THE LIVE EVENT AT 6 PM, MARCH 31

Organisation/College/University Details The Debate & Discussion Society (DDS), Campus Law Centre is a unique forum that promotes free thought and exchange of opinions. When the discussion is the ethos of an institution, DDS forms a natural facilitator of that  spirited culture. The DDS hosts a plethora of events covering various facets of the art of … Continue reading COURTROOM LEGENDS – 4TH KEYNOTE SERIES BY DDS, CAMPUS LAW CENTRE, DU – WATCH THE LIVE EVENT AT 6 PM, MARCH 31

COURTROOM LEGENDS – Keynote Series by DDS, Campus Law Centre, DU – Watch the Live Event at 4:30PM, March 19

Organisation/College/University Details The Debate & Discussion Society (DDS), Campus Law Centre is a unique forum that promotes free thought and exchange of opinions. When the discussion is the ethos of an institution, DDS forms a natural facilitator of that  spirited culture. The DDS hosts a plethora of events covering various facets of the art of … Continue reading COURTROOM LEGENDS – Keynote Series by DDS, Campus Law Centre, DU – Watch the Live Event at 4:30PM, March 19

Courtroom Legends: Delhi University’s Keynote Series on 71 Years of Constitution: Are We True to the Dreams of its Makers [March 6, 5 PM]: Register Now!

About the Event Courtroom Legends: Keynote Series, is an initiative by Debate & Discussions Society, Campus Law Centre, Delhi University, where you get to learn and interact with Legendary Counsels who have mastered the craft of advocacy. Queen’s Counsel, Former Solicitor General of India, Sr. Advocate Shri. Harish Salve will be delivering a Keynote in … Continue reading Courtroom Legends: Delhi University’s Keynote Series on 71 Years of Constitution: Are We True to the Dreams of its Makers [March 6, 5 PM]: Register Now!

CENTRAL PUBLIC INFORMATION OFFICER, SUPREME COURT OF INDIA V. SUBHASH CHANDRA AGARWAL

CIVIL APPEAL NO. 10044 of 2010, Judgment Dated 13th November, 2019 Facts of the Case Subhash Chandra Agrawal, the RTI activist from Delhi, filed three RTI in 2009, Firstly, to get information regarding the complete correspondence of the CJI in the matter of Union minister influencing the judicial decision of Madras High Court judge, Justice … Continue reading CENTRAL PUBLIC INFORMATION OFFICER, SUPREME COURT OF INDIA V. SUBHASH CHANDRA AGARWAL

The doctrine of Protective Discrimination and its development in light of the Indian constitution

Introduction to the Doctrine of Protective Discrimination The doctrine of positive discrimination is the instrument from which equality our forefathers of the Indian constitution imaged which will be achieved. It provides a protective environment to the people who were left behind in our society due to various kinds of discrimination like caste discrimination, which not … Continue reading The doctrine of Protective Discrimination and its development in light of the Indian constitution

Webinar on Constitutional Governance by PCGT, GLC Legal Aid Committee, NSS Unit & The Economics Department-V.G. Vaze College: Nov 26, 7 PM

About the Opportunity A webinar on Constitutional Governance is being organized by PCGT (Public Concern for Governance Trust), GLC Legal Aid Committee, NSS Unit and The Economics Department of the V.G. Vaze College, on November 26, 2020. About the Organizers Public Concern for Governance Trust: Public Concern for Governance Trust (PCGT) is a registered trust founded … Continue reading Webinar on Constitutional Governance by PCGT, GLC Legal Aid Committee, NSS Unit & The Economics Department-V.G. Vaze College: Nov 26, 7 PM

RECENT JUDGMENTS RELATING TO ARTICLE 21 (2017-July,2020)

Compiled By Shailja Mishra, Intern (August, 2020) ____________________________________________________________________ Navtej Singh Johar v. Union of India: 2018 (1) SCC 791-  The 5 judge bench of Supreme Court declared ultra vires section 377 of Indian Penal Code, 1860, which criminalized same sex relations between consenting adults (Homosexuality). As a consequence of this landmark judgment the LGBT individuals … Continue reading RECENT JUDGMENTS RELATING TO ARTICLE 21 (2017-July,2020)

Old Doctrine of Equality v/s New Doctrine of Equality

The Constitution of India Guarantees the Right to Equality under Article 14 to 18. It is one of the most important features for a democratic country to function. Article 14 provides for two important aspects in the Justice System of India i.e. Equality before the law and the Equal Protection of the law and also … Continue reading Old Doctrine of Equality v/s New Doctrine of Equality