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The National University of Advanced Legal Studies is conducting a 3 Day National webinar on “Constitutional Morality and Transformative Constitutionalism” from 14 - 16 October.
The idea of transformative constitutionalism focuses on the role of the state and the nature of obligation imposed on the state to ensure protection of individual rights.
The Indian judiciary in the recent past, through path breaking landmark decisions, has changed the face of Part III of the Constitution. The Courts have recognised the need to remove a static interpretation of the equality and dignity clauses in India and to have a Constitution that is guided on the principles of transformation rather than medieval notions of hierarchy and discrimination.
The webinar intends to create discussions over such a shift in the adjudication of constitutional morality and thereby enhance the understanding of Constitutionalism, Transformative Constitutionalism and the Constitutional Morality doctrine in India used as a tool in adjudicating fundamental rights.
Prof. (Dr.) K.C. Sunny, Vice-Chancellor, NUALS
Shri. Mahadev M. G. Registrar, NUALS
Prof. (Dr.) V.R. Jayadevan, Principal, Government Law College, Thrissur
Arundati Katju, Advocate, Supreme Court of India
Dr. P. Puneeth, Associate Professor, JNU
Adv. Suhrith Parthasarathy, Advocate, High Court of Madras
Dr. Mini S. Director (i/c) Centre for Competition Law and Policy, NUALS at email@example.com or Ms. Nandita Narayan, Director (i/c), Centre for Consumer Protection Law and Policy, NUALS at firstname.lastname@example.org
Chaitanya B. Ampadi - +91 98955 67696
Vishal Madukuttan - +91 90611 28454
Ashwin Sathish Nair - +91 87148 30485
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