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17 Feb 2020, 4:10 am by Howard Friedman
Pohlman, What Is Caesar's, What Is God's: Fundamental Public Policy for Churches, (Notre Dame Legal Studies Paper No. 200211 (2020).Abhinav Chandrachud, The Many Meanings of Constitutional Morality, (January 18, 2020).Muhammad Sohail & Ataullah Khan Mahmood, Islamic Criminal Jurisprudence on the Offence of Trafficking in Persons: An Interpretation of Fasad fil Arz and Hadd Offence, (Pakistan Journal of Islamic Research (2019)).Ataullah Khan Mahmood & Ijaz Ali… [read post]
3 Feb 2020, 4:00 am by Howard Friedman
Rev. 205 (2019)).Farrah Ahmed, Arbitrariness, Subordination and Unequal Citizenship, (January 7, 2020).Abhinav Chandrachud, Secularism and the Citizenship Amendment Act, (January 4, 2020).Samuel D. [read post]
17 Oct 2016, 9:00 am by Mitra Sharafi
Last year, Abhinav Chandrachud (Advocate, Bombay High Court) published An Independent, Colonial Judiciary: A History of the Bombay High Court during the British Raj, 1862-1947 (Oxford University Press). [read post]
8 May 2016, 7:01 am
State of Karnataka, (2010) 7 SCC 263 (Paragraph 88)] [see further: Abhinav Chandrachud, “Due Process”, in Choudhry et al (eds.), The Oxford Handbook of the Indian Constitution (New Delhi: Oxford University Press, 2016) 777]. [read post]
17 Oct 2014, 3:30 am by Nick Robinson
For example, in recent years Jayanth Krishnan has written on the motivations for the creation of “peel-off” law firms in the Indian corporate bar, Swethaa Ballakrishnen on women’s relative success in Indian corporate law firms, Pavan Mamidi on small town lawyers, Umakanth Varottil on the growth of the M&A bar in India, Abhinav Chandrachud on the motivations of Indian Supreme Court clerks, Greg Shaffer, James Nedumpara, and Aseema Sinha on building… [read post]
17 Apr 2013, 6:24 pm by V.Venkatesan
  Though he was a member of the Task Force, set up by the Government following the Supreme Court's judgment in the Salem Advocates case, he did not sign the report, and had no intention to publicly disagree with it at that time.The cover story is enriched by articles authored by Abhinav Chandrachud, critiquing the unwritten qualifications for membership on the court, Arghya Sengupta, examining the breakdown of precedent at the Supreme Court, and Sidharth Chauhan, exploring the… [read post]
6 Feb 2011, 8:27 pm
The Emerging Market for Corporate Control in India: Assessing (and Devising) Shark Repellants for India's Regulatory Environment by Abhinav Chandrachud. [read post]
31 Jan 2011, 8:45 am by Madhav Khosla
In a recent post on this blog, Abhinav Chandrachud discussed his recent study of the Supreme Court's composition (1985-2010) (published in the Economic & Political Weekly). [read post]
22 Jul 2010, 11:08 pm by Madhav Khosla
This article is a reply to Abhinav Chandrachud, “How Legitimate is Non- Arbitrariness? [read post]
18 Jul 2010, 9:09 pm by Arun Thiruvengadam
The issue contains an article titled 'Doctrine of Arbitrariness and Legislative Action' by fourth year law students at NALSAR, Deepika Sharma and Radhika Gupta, that analyses equality law under Article 14 of the Indian Constitution, and takes as its foil a 2008 article in the Indian Journal of Constitutional Law by Abhinav Chandrachud, who is a contributor to this blog. [read post]
7 Aug 2009, 2:37 pm
It gives me great pleasure to announce that Abhinav Chandrachud and Lawrence Liang have kindly agreed to join the LAOT team. [read post]
14 Apr 2009, 8:26 pm
Since many of our readers are Indians living abroad I thought there would be interest in Abhinav Chandrachud's op-ed in today's Hindu, "Overseas Citizens: A Horse with No Name", in which he calls for giving voting rights to Indians residing in foreign countries. [read post]
28 Jan 2009, 2:16 am
Law and Other Things has detailed posts on it and Abhinav Chandrachud gives and interesting analysis on the ‘Right against Terror’ here. [read post]
27 Jan 2009, 9:06 am
In this lucidly written piece, Abhinav Chandrachud, perhaps nurtures undue expectation from Soli Sorabjee's writ petition in the Supreme Court against terror. [read post]