Tripti Bhusan and Vinayak Sharma This piece seeks to bring to the fore the struggle of India’s transgender community in getting vaccinated against COVID, analyse the current vaccination policy from a legal […]
Reviewing India’s Covid-19 Vaccination Policy vis-a-vis Transgender Persons
Case Comment – Bishop Franco Mulakkal v. State of Kerala: Throwing the Baby out with the Bathwater?
Nidhi Agrawal This piece seeks to critique the Bishop Franco Mulakkal v. State of Kerala by highlighting its contravention of multiple judicial precedents through its reliance on the principle of Falsus in […]
LSPR Bi-Weekly Newsletter (Vol. 1)
The Law School Policy Review (LSPR) is excited to bring to you the First Volume of its bi-weekly newsletter. It will tackle contemporary developments in the realm of law and policy and […]
“Leave them kids alone”: Analysing Student Privacy Protection under the Data Protection Bill, 2021 in the Edtech Era
Niveditha Prasad This piece looks at the draft Data Protection Bill, 2021 and its regulation of edtech services that have a bearing on student privacy. The author deliberates on this issue by […]
Case Comment – N.G. Projects Limited v. Vinod Kumar Jain: Judicial Review of Tender Disputes
Raghav Bhatia Recently, the Supreme Court of India (“Supreme Court”), in M/s N. G. Projects Limited v. M/s Vinod Kumar Jain, has observed that High Courts under Article 226 of the Constitution […]
NLSIU Kautilya Society | Constitution, Domicile, and Inclusivity in Indian Legal Education – Rapporteur Report
Editorial Note Shreyas Sinha (Managing Editor, LSPR & Co-Convenor, NLSIU Kautilya Society) Affirmative action remains a contentious legal and political issue in liberal constitutional democracies. How affirmative action works vis-a-vis the right […]
Clipping India’s Overseas Wings: A Comparative Appraisal of the Attachment of State Assets for Arbitral Awards
Sukarm Sharma This piece is an analysis of the acutely divergent strategies used by Air India and Airports Authority of India (‘AAI’) to attempt to avoid the execution of their holdings with […]
Sex Workers: Undeserving of Morality?
Debmalya Biswas This article seeks to highlight the inherent contradiction between the law’s moral stance on sex work and long-standing principles of morality. Owing to the phenomenon of legal moralism, abstract moral […]
Fringe Watercooler Conversation to Key Business Priority: Reassessing the Role of Women in Arbitration
Aayushi Singh and Saksham Shukla Despite the quest for parity and ascending number of groups aiming to create equality in designating women arbitrators, an incredibly small percentage of women are being appointed as […]
Addressing the Legitimacy of ‘Shadow Libraries’ in Light of the ‘Serials Crisis’: What Should Copyright Law Do?
Prof. (Dr.) M.P. Ram Mohan and Aditya Gupta The rise in the cost of subscription to academic literature far outpaces the budgets of academic libraries — the resultant situation: A Serials Crisis. […]