Online Guest Lecture on "India's Transformative Constitution: A Historical Perspective”

The speaker, Vikram Raghavan, is a lead counsel at an international organization.
Online Guest Lecture on "India's Transformative Constitution: A Historical Perspective”

The Centre for Comparative Constitutional Law and Administrative Law, NLU Jodhpur, is hosting Mr. Vikram Raghavan for a guest lecture on the theme "India's Transformative Constitution: A Historical Perspective” at 4:30 PM on January 25, 2022 (Tuesday).

The Comparative Constitutional Law and Administrative Law Journal (ISSN: 2582-9807) [CALJ] is the flagship journal of the Centre for Constitutional Law and Administrative Law, published under the guidance of Prof. (Dr.) I.P Massey, Dean, Faculty of Law, National Law University Jodhpur.

It is an open-access online journal published bi-annually, aiming to foster debate on contemporary issues in comparative constitutional law and administrative law, with a comparative perspective.

About the Speaker

Vikram Raghavan is a lead counsel at an international organization. Beyond his professional commitments, Vikram remains deeply engaged in researching and writing about comparative constitutional law and history. Among other things, Vikram has created and contributes to Law and Other Things, a widely read blog devoted to Indian constitutional law.

He is the author of a much-cited book, Communications Law in India (LexisNexis 2006) and co-edited Comparative Constitutionalism in South Asia (Oxford University Press 2013). Vikram is the co-editor of the late George Gadbois’s classic: Supreme Court of India: The Beginnings (Oxford 2017), which remained unpublished for five decades. Over the medium term, Vikram hopes to write a narrative historical account about India’s founding as a constitutional republic in 1950.

About the Event

The guest lecture shall be hosted on a video conferencing platform, Cisco WebEx. Interested participants are required to register by filling this form.

This lecture is open for all students and members of the legal fraternity to attend. No registration fee is required to attend the same. The link for the lecture and other details (if any) shall be communicated to the registering participants via email.

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