NALSAR’s Talk on Life and Law in Delhi’s Terrorism Trials [March 24, 12 PM]: Register Now!

About the Event Socio-legal scholars of the global south have often located legal institutions in a legal pluralism framework. This means that the law is seen to be permeated by society and legal disputes can be looked at to understand social disputes. This suggests that the law and legal institutions are colonised by society. Is … Continue reading NALSAR’s Talk on Life and Law in Delhi’s Terrorism Trials [March 24, 12 PM]: Register Now!