LSPR is an online Law and Policy platform run by a group of students from the National Law School of India University, Bangalore. We aim to use our legal expertise and analytical skills to present novel arguments on domestic and international issues that affect our daily lives.
Founded in May 2018, LSPR was started with the objective of creating an open-access online platform to generate discourse on law and policy, of which there is a noticeable lack at the university level in India. We have tried to fill this void by writing on various contemporary issues and covering areas as wide as Public law, Foreign affairs, Economics, Jurisprudence, Politics etc.
LSPR is also the successor to the successful Critical Twenties Blog, founded by NLSIU Alumnus and Founder, Vidhi Centre for Legal Policy, Arghya Sengupta in 2010.
Our articles have been cross-posted on multiple platforms such as LiveLaw, and The Eleventh Column, and are frequently cited in a number of research papers and journals. A number of eminent individuals have contributed to our blog, whose writings can be viewed here. As of 2020, LSPR has published over 200 articles, amassing upwards of 1,25,000 views.