Justice Gautam Patel of the Bombay High Court is writing a book on fundamental rights and free speech. The book is meant to be a guide for the common man..Justice Patel announced the same earlier today while rendering a talk during a discussion on “Internet Infringement Impacts: Transborder Reputation and Jurisdiction Under IPR.".Justice Patel said, "I have been recently approached by a publishing house, and in the contract that is being discussed, i have insisted on two things; I will not take any royalties in my name and all royalties will go to and only to IDIA Charitable Trust to use as that trust wishes for its young scholars in law.".I will not take any royalities in my name and all royalties will go to and only to IDIA Charitable Trust to use as that trust wishes for its young scholars in law.Justice Gautam Patel.The online discussion, which also featured Justice Prathiba Singh of the Delhi High Court, was hosted by the Hidayatullah National Law University, Raipur in collaboration with the CAN Foundation..Increasing Diversity by Increasing Access (IDIA) was founded by Professor Shamnad Basheer..Today's discussion also saw Justice Patel pay tribute to the late Professor Basheer. "He was taken from us at too early an age. In that brief, glorious life, Shamnad made contributions that few are able to do in lives lived twice as long.".Justice Patel also told the audience that Prof Basheer and him had also discussed an internship program for IDIA students weeks before he passed away.He added that he had also undertaken a commitment to keep a seat for IDIA interns at his chamber. "I reaffirm that commitment and hope to take that forward."