Jindal Global Law Review

Jindal Global Law Review (JGLR) has been readily embraced by academics and students all over the world due to its global outlook and theme-based issues. JGLR is ranked as the No. 1 peer reviewed Indian law journal by Washington & Lee University, and is the first Indian Law Review to be indexed by Lexis Nexis legal database.

The journal lays emphasis on publishing works that are at the cutting edge of doctrinal, theoretical and empirical research. Each issue of JGLR, edited by subject-experts from the Jindal Global Law School faculty, is themed on a contemporary topic to rigorously explore its legal, political, socio-economic and policy dimensions. Selection of the theme is entirely based on the key developments in a particular field of law with the aim of addressing critical issues. JGLR encourages scholars and researchers from disciplines other than the law to contribute to the journal.

  • Aims to set apart from other Indian and foreign law reviews by focusing on articles that deal with significant legal developments at local or national level but are at the same time relevant within a globalized context
  • Publishes articles that analyze legal developments from a wider inter-disciplinary perspective
  • Theme-based issues that deal with contemporary developments in law
  • Publishes articles from leading scholars in the field
  • Encourages and supports contributions from emerging scholars
  • Is supported by an Editorial Board comprising of leading scholars in the world

Editor-in-Chief:

  • C. Raj Kumar, Professor & Vice Chancellor, O.P. Jindal Global University, Sonipat, India    

Editors:

  • Oishik Sircar, Associate Professor, Jindal Global Law School, O.P. Jindal Global University, Sonepat, Haryana, India

  • Arun Sagar, Associate Professor, Jindal Global Law School, O.P. Jindal Global University, Sonepat, Haryana, India 

Assistant Editor:

  • Vandana Gyanchandani, Research Associate, Jindal Global Law School, O.P. Jindal Global University, Sonipat, Haryana, India 

Editorial Board:

  • Upendra Baxi,Research Professor of Law and Distinguished Scholar in Public Law and Jurisprudence, Jindal Global Law School, O.P. Jindal Global University, Sonipat, Haryana, India

  • Simon Chesterman,Dean and Professor, Faculty of Law, National University of Singapore, Singapore

  • Dev S. Gangjee, Professor of Intellectual Property Law, St. Hilda’s College, University of Oxford, Oxford, UK

  • Sital Kalantry, Clinical Professor of Law, Cornell University, Ithaca, USA

  • Vikramaditya S. Khanna, William W. Cook Professor of Law,University of Michigan Law School, Ann Arbor, USA

  • Prabha Kotiswaran, Professor of Law and Social Change, King’s College London, UK

  • Jayanth Krishnan, Milt and Judi Stewart Professor of Law, Maurer School of Law, Indiana University, Bloomington, USA

  • Stephen P. Marks, François-Xavier Bagnoud Professor of Health and Human Rights, Department of Global Health and Population, Harvard T.H. Chan, School of Public Health, Harvard University, Boston, USA

  • Dianne Otto, Francine V McNiff Chair in Human Rights Law, University of Melbourne, Parkville, Australia

  • Balakrishnan Rajagopal, Associate Professor of Law and Development, Department of Urban Studies and Planning and founding Director of the Program on Human Rights and Justice at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), Cambridge, USA

  • Armin Rosencranz, Professor of Law and Public Policy, Jindal Global Law School, O.P. Jindal Global University, Sonipat, Haryana, India

  • Lawrence Sherman, Director, Jerry Lee Centre for Experimental Criminology and Chair, Cambridge Police Executive Programme,Institute of Criminology, University of Cambridge, Cambridge, UK

VOLUME 10, ISSUE 1, 2019

ENERGY, CLIMATE AND LAW

ISSUE EDITORS

Kshtij Bansal
Armin Rosencranz

EDITOR’S INTRODUCTION

Energy, Climate and Law
Kshitij Bansal and Armin Rosencranz
Abstract Article (PDF)

ARTICLES

1. According legal identity to natural resources: Approach towards environment protection
Akaant Mittal
Abstract Article (PDF)

2. Climate consequences: If India sneezes
Anjali Jaiswal, Madhura Joshi and Sameer Kwatra
Abstract Article (PDF)

3. An assessment of India’s energy transition: Paris and beyond
Bharath Jairaj and Parul Kumar
Abstract Article (PDF)

4. Adaptive governance in a changing climate situation: Exploring a practical approach to manage depleting water resources in Gurgaon, India
Chandni Bedi
Abstract Article (PDF)

5. The Global Pact for the Environment: A General instrument to face climate change
Domenico Amirante
Abstract Article (PDF)

6. One world, one sun, one grid: A (modi)fication in India’s environment
Harsh Vardhan Bhati
Abstract Article (PDF)

7. The namele mechanism: A Methodological tool to assist climate adaptation
Kristen Davies
Abstract Article (PDF)

8. Food and Climate Change
Sahil Aggarwal
Abstract Article (PDF)

9. A new dawn: Rise of a new energy regime in India and the World
Siddharth Johar
Abstract Article (PDF)

BOOK REVIEW

10. Isabel M. Borges, environmental change, forced displacement and international law: From legal protection gaps to protection solutions
Prashant Singh
Abstract Article (PDF)

VOLUME 9, ISSUE 2, 2018

UPENDRA BAXI IN OUR TIMES: LAW, LIFE, LIMINALITY

ISSUE EDITORS

Debolina Dutta
Adil Hasan Khan
Oishik Sircar

EDITOR’S INTRODUCTION

Upendra Baxi in our times: law, life, liminality
Debolina Dutta, Adil Hasan Khan and Oishik Sircar
Abstract Article (PDF)

ARTICLES

1. For ‘’…those who…lost their Utopias…but…still rebel…’’: taking up Upendra Baxi’s Bequixotements in times of crisis
Adil Hasan Khan
Abstract Article (PDF)

2. Another story of the open letter: an inheritance of relationship-making
Debolina Dutta
Abstract Article (PDF)

3. Professor of pathos: Upendra Baxi’s minor jurisprudence
Oishik Sircar
Abstract Article (PDF)

4. ‘Heard melodies are sweet but those unheard are sweeter’: an unfinished response
Upendra Baxi
Abstract Article (PDF)

5. Reciprocal relations: formations of the office of legal scholar
Shaun McVeigh
Abstract Article (PDF)

6. Letters to Kaka: post-card-images of Upendra Baxi
Pratiksha Baxi and Viplav Baxi
Abstract Article (PDF)

7. Teaching Baxi and learning from him: the symbiotic relationship between learning and teaching
Amita Dhanda
Abstract Article (PDF)

8. Fragments on reading and teaching Baxi: pedagogy, deconstruction, style
Arun Sagar
Abstract Article (PDF)

9. Teacher provocateur: Hedonism and the humanities
Brinda Bose
Abstract Article (PDF)

10. Human rights and its future: some reflections
Saumya Uma and Arvind Narrain
Abstract Article (PDF)

11. A Co-traveler in the long road to decriminalisation: Upendra Baxi’s engagement with the queer movement in India
Siddharth Narrain
Abstract Article (PDF)

12. Upendra Baxi: feminism, law, and the human
Shirin M. Rai
Abstract Article (PDF)

13. Voicing suffering and commitment of the intellectual
Sam Adelman and Abdul Paliwala
Abstract Article (PDF)

14. Reading Upendra Baxi as a guide to the study Indian constitutionalism: a comment
Matthew John
Abstract Article (PDF)

15. A republic of petty bureaucrats: Upendra Baxi and the pathologies of civil service jurisprudence
Rohit De
Abstract Article (PDF)

16. The southern jurist as a teacher of laws: An interview with Upendra Baxi
Saumya Uma and Arvind Narrain
Abstract Article (PDF)

17. The southern jurist as a teacher of laws: an interview with Upendra Baxi

Sundhya Pahuja, Adil Hasan Khan

Abstract  Article (PDF)

VOLUME 9, ISSUE 1, 2018

NEW GOVERNANCE STRATEGIES FOR PREVENTING CORRUPTION: LAW, THEORY AND PRACTICE

ISSUE EDITORS

Gerry Ferguson

Suvrajyoti Gupta

Alexandra Oriova

Poonam Puri

EDITOR’S INTRODUCTION

Introduction to the JGLR special issue on New Governance Strategies for Preventing Corruption: Law, Theory and Practice

Anver Saloojee

Abstract      Article (PDF)

Articles

  1. Informal Networks of Corruption: Assessing the Challenges for Public Sector Whistleblowing in Nigeria
    Olabisi D. Akinkugbe
    Abstract     Article(PDF) 
  2. Why Russian Anti Corruption Policies Fail? Examination of Corruption in the Civil Service and the Business Community
    Pavel Merkulov & Maria Shedij
    Abstract     Article(PDF)
  3. Exclusion and Rehabilitation: How Multilateral Development Banks Address Corrupt Behaviour
    Eugenia Pyntikova
    Abstract     Article(PDF)  
  4. Asset Recovery in the Fight Against Corruption in Vietnam: Problems and Perspectives
    Do Thu Huyen & Vu Cong Giao 
    Abstract     Article(PDF) 
  5. Control of Public Official’s Assets and Incomes in Vietnam
    Vu Cong Giao
    Abstract     Article(PDF) 
  6. Anti Corruption Strategies versus Public Services and Good Governance in Albania
    Oriona Mucollari
    Abstract     Article(PDF) 
  7. Everything Under One Roof: Canada’s Evolving Model of Parliamentary Ethics
    Ian Stedman
    Abstract     Article(PDF)
  8. To Bribe or Not to Bribe: Human Rights Issues That Should Factor into Decision Making Process
    Alan Franklin
    Abstract     Article(PDF)​

VOLUME 8, ISSUE 2, 2017

STANDARDIZATION, PATENTS AND COMPETITION ISSUES: GLOBAL DEVELOPMENTS AND PERSPECTIVES

ISSUE EDITORS

Ashish Bharadwaj
Indranath Gupta,
Sunita Tripathy

EDITOR’S INTRODUCTION

Introduction to the JGLR special issue on standardization, patents and competition issues: Global Developments and Perspectives
Ashish Bharadwaj, Indranath Gupta and Sunita Tripathy
Abstract Article (PDF)

ARTICLES

1. Methodologies for calculating FRAND damages: An economic and comparative analysis of the case law from China, the European Union, India, and the United States
Anne Layne-Farrar, Korean W. Wong-Ervin
Abstract Article (PDF)

2. Negotiating and litigating intellectual property: With and in accordance
Preston Moore
Abstract Article (PDF)

3. Extraterritorial application of US antitrust laws: Principles and responses
Donald E. Knebel
Abstract Article (PDF)

4. Anti-trust treatment of standard essential patent abuse: China’s experience and lessons
Jet Deng
Abstract Article (PDF)

5. Recent developments in Korean anti-trust cases concerning FRAND-encumbered standard essential patents
Jinyul Ju
Abstract Article (PDF)

6. Substantial determination of FRAND licence terms and competition issues by UK High Court Unwired Planet International Ltd v. Huawei Technologies Co. Ltd. and Huawei Technologies (UK) Co. Ltd. High Court of England and Wales, 2017 EWHC 711 (Pat)
Dipesh Jain
Abstract Article (PDF)

7. Data exclusivity: A tool to sustain market monopoly
Srividhya Ragavan
Abstract Article (PDF)

VOLUME 8, ISSUE 1, 2017

REFRAMING THE ARCTIC GOVERNANCE AND ASIAN COUNTRIES

ISSUE EDITORS
S.G. Sreejith
Kamrul Hossain

EDITOR’S INTRODUCTION

Reframing Arctic governance and the Asian states
S.G. Sreejith and Kamrul Hossain
Abstract Article (PDF)

ARTICLES

1. Governing the Arctic: Is the Arctic council going global?
Kamrul Hossain and Marija Mihejeva
Abstract Article (PDF)

2. India and the Arctic: Revisionist aspirations, Arctic realities
P. Whitney Lackenbauer
Abstract Article (PDF)

3. China’s emerging Arctic policy: What are the implications for Arctic governance?
Nengye Liu
Abstract Article (PDF)

4. Arctic policy of the North East Asian countries
Viatcheslav Gavrilov and Alexandra Kripakova
Abstract Article (PDF)

5. Walking the walk: Science diplomacy and identity-building in Asia-Arctic relations
Marc Lanteigne
Abstract Article (PDF)

6. The role of China in the Arctic: Challenges and Opportunities for a sustainable development of the region
Giuseppe Amatulli
Abstract Article (PDF)

BOOK REVIEW

7. Arctic law and governance: The role of China and Finland
Mia M. Bennett
Abstract Article (PDF)

VOLUME 7, ISSUE 2, 2016

INDIA’S 2015 MODEL BILATERAL INVESTMENT TREATY: ISSUES AND PERSPECTIVES

ISSUE EDITORS
James J. Nedumpara
Rodrigo Polanco

EDITOR’S INTRODUCTION

Does India need a model BIT?
James J. Nedumpara and Rodrigo Polanco
Abstract Article (PDF)

ARTICLES

1. The changing landscape of investor-state arbitration in India
Kabir Duggal
Abstract Article (PDF)

2. Tussle for policy space in international investment norm setting: The search for a middle path?
Srikar Mysore and Aditya Vora
Abstract Article (PDF)

3. Indian international investment agreements and ‘non-investment concerns’?: Time for a right(s) approach
Leila Choukroune
Abstract Article (PDF)

4. Bilateral investment treaties: A developing history
Kanu Agarwal
Abstract Article (PDF)

5. India’s shifting treaty practice: A comparative analysis of the 2003 and 2015 model BITs
Aniruddha Rajput
Abstract Article (PDF)

6. General exceptions in the Indian model BIT: Is the ‘necessity’ test workable?
Deepak Raju
Abstract Article (PDF)

7. The revolution of Indian model bilateral investment treaty: Escaping liability without mitigating risks
Azernoosh Bazrafkan
Abstract Article (PDF)

8. The shift towards an enterprise-based definition of investment: The quagmire of the Salini test and India’s model BIT
Bhagirath Ashiya
Abstract Article (PDF)

9. Methodology problems in international economic law and adjudication
Ernst-Ulrich Petersmann
Abstract Article (PDF)

BOOK REVIEW

1. Investment treaty arbitration as public international law: procedural aspects and implication by Eric De Brabandere
Akriti Gupta
Abstract Article (PDF)

VOLUME 7, ISSUE 1, 2016

COMPARATIVE FAMILY LAW

ISSUE EDITORS
Saptarshi Mandal
Sachin Dhawan

EDITOR’S INTRODUCTION

Religious family law and legal change in comparative perspective
Saptarshi Mandal and Sachin Dhawan
Abstract Article (PDF)

ARTICLES

1. The market and the family, the sacred and the secular in modern comparative law
Veronica Corcodel
Abstract Article (PDF)

2. To ban or not to ban: Lessons for India from America’s endeavour to proscribe polygamy
Sachin Dhawan
Abstract Article (PDF)

3. Customary law of stateless nations: Some observations on the question of who can reform the Thesawalamai, the customary laws of the Tamils in Sri Lanka
Kumaravadival Guruparan
Abstract Article (PDF)

4. Transformations in Sharia’h family law in the Republic of Maldives
Marlum Jabyn
Abstract Article (PDF)

5. Women’s right to unilateral no-fault based divorce in Pakistan and India
Muhammad Zubair Abbasi
Abstract Article (PDF)

6. Righting Saria Mudgal v. Union of India and Others
Jhuma Sen
Abstract Article (PDF)

BOOK REVIEW

8. Human Rights and State-enforced religious Family Laws in Israel, Egypt and India by Yuksel Sezgin
Saumya Saxena
Abstract Article (PDF)

VOLUME 6, ISSUE 2, 2015

CORPORATE AND FINANCIAL LAWS

ISSUE EDITORS
Arjya B. Majumdar
Faiz Tajuddin

Editor’s Foreword (PDF)

ARTICLES

1. Corporate governance in the energy sector
Indrajit Duba and Neha Jaiswal
Abstract Article (PDF)

2. Banking reform in China
Wen Si
Abstract Article (PDF)

3. Intermediaries as arbitrageurs: Revisiting the motivations behind overseas listing
Pratik Datta
Abstract Article (PDF)

4. A review of financial reporting liability lawsuits in Singapore
Pelma Jacinth Rajapakse
Abstract Article (PDF)

5. The Insurance Laws (Amendment) Act, 2015 and life insurance policyholders
Mangesh Patwardhan and S. Uma
Abstract Article (PDF)

6. SEBI’s authority to regulate global depository receipts, traded on overseas exchange: Supreme court’s analysis in Securities and Exchange Board of India versus Pan Asia Advisors Ltd. and Ors.
Mandavi Jayakar
Abstract Article (PDF)

BOOK REVIEW

7. Corporate ownership and control: Corporate governance and economic development in Sri Lanka by Shalini Perera
Cicek Gurkan
Abstract Article (PDF)

VOLUME 6, ISSUE 1, 2015

ENVIRONMENTAL GOVERNANCE

ISSUE EDITORS
Nupur Chowdhury
Els Reynaers

Editor’s Foreword

ARTICLES
1. Comparative Environmental Constitutionalism
Erin Daly and James R. May
Abstract Article (PDF)

2. Access and benefit sharing: Issues and experiences from India
Balakrishna Pisupati
Abstract Article (PDF)

3. Sustainable development in EU law: Still a long way to go
Nicolas de Sadeleer
Abstract Article (PDF)

4. Balancing of competing rights through sustainable development: Role of Indian judiciary
Arindam Basu and Uday Shankar
Abstract Article (PDF)

5. The honeymoon is over: An assessment of judicial activism in environmental cases in Sri Lanka
Naazima Kamardeen
Abstract Article (PDF)

6. Odysseys of Vedanta and POSCO in Odisha: An Enviro-Legal Critique
Navneeta Dash
Abstract Article (PDF)

7. Regulating India’s blood-sport: An examination of the Indian Supreme Court’s decision in Animal Welfare Board of India v. A. Nagaraja
Geetanjali Sharma and Shivam Singh
Abstract Article (PDF)

8. The development of smart grid and the legal challenges in China
Haifeng Deng
Abstract Article (PDF)

VOLUME 5, ISSUE 1, 2014

MANAGING GROWTH IN A CHANGING WORLD: WHAT LESSONS CAN THE BRICS LEARN FROM EACH OTHER?

ISSUE EDITORS
James J. Nedumpara
Pallavi Kishore

Editor’s Foreword (PDF)

ARTICLES

1. Scan Globally, Reform Locally : The Horizontal Learning Method in Law and Development
David M. Trubek
Abstract Article (PDF)

2. Everybody has a Car But Nobody Moves: Contradiction in Brazil’s Social Inclusion Via the Consumption Development Model
Jose Garcez Ghirardi
Abstract Article (PDF)

3. FDI in Brazil: Some Considerations
Maria Lucia and L.M. Padua Lima
Abstract Article (PDF)

4. Tax Policy and Economic Growth within the BRICS: A Case Study of Tax Structuring in the Face of India’s General Anti-Avoidance Rules
Charles D. Maddox
Abstract Article (PDF)

5. Sunset Reviews: Important Provisions made Irrelevant?
Abhijit Das and Meghana Sharafudeen
Abstract Article (PDF)

6. Regionalism and BRICS: Understanding BRICS’ Trade Policy Agenda in the Era of Growing Regional Trade Agreements
Geetanjali Sharma
Abstract Article (PDF)

7. Corporate Governance and Informal Institutions: Experiences of BRICS Economies
Yugank Goyal
Abstract Article (PDF)

BOOK REVIEW

8. Patent and Trade Disparities in Developing Countries by Srividhya Ragavan
Yogesh Pai
Abstract Article (PDF)

VOLUME 4, ISSUE 2, 2013

LAW, CULTURE AND QUEER POLITICS IN NEOLIBERAL TIMES – PART II

ISSUE EDITORS
Oishik Sircar
Dipika Jain

Editor’s Foreword (PDF)

ARTICLES

1. Homonationalism as Assemblage Viral Travels, Affective Sexualities
Jasbir K. Puar
Abstract Article (PDF)

2. Beyond ‘Hate’ : Queer Metonymies of Crime, Pathology and Anti-Violence
Jin Haritaworn
Abstract Article (PDF)

3. Transnational Homo Assemblages Reading in Counter Terrorism Discourses
Dianne Otto
Abstract Article (PDF)

4. Post/Colonial Queer Globalisation and International Human Rights Images of LGBT Rights
Aeyal Gross
Abstract Article (PDF)

5. Sexual Exiles or Citizens of the World? The Homoerotics of Travel
Ruth Vanita
Abstract Article (PDF)

6. The Men of Blanket Boy’s Moon Repugnancy Clauses, Customary Law and Migrant Labour Sex
Neville Hoad
Abstract Article (PDF)

7. Slim Disease and the Science of Silence: The invisibilisation of same sex sexuality in ‘African AIDS’ Discourse, 1983-2006
Marc Pprecht
Abstract Article (PDF)

8. Recognising Disability Cross Examining Social Inclusion through the Prism of Queer Anti Sociality
Fiona Kumari Campbell
Abstract Article (PDF)

9. In the Shadow of the Homoglobal: Queer Cosmopolitan in Tsai Ming Liang’s I Don’t Want to Sleep Alone
Ani Maitra
Abstract Article (PDF)

10. Kissing Cousins: Racisim, Homophobia and Compulsory Able Bodiedness in the Controvery over Inter-Cousin Marriage
Ummni Khan
Abstract Article (PDF)

11. Polymorphous Reproductivity and the Critique of Futurity: Toward a Queer Legal Analytic for Fertility Law
Stu Marvel
Abstract Article (PDF)

12. Baring and Veiling: Sex, Politics and National Identity in Canadian Legal Discourse
Carolina Ruiz Austria
Abstract Article (PDF)

13. Queering Conceptual Boundaries: Assembling Indigenous, Marxist, Postcolonial and Queer Perspectives
Paulo Revecca and Nishant Upadhyay
Abstract Article (PDF)

BOOK REVIEW

14. Dangerous Sex, Invisible Labour: Sex Works and the Law in India by Prabha Kotiswaran
Saptarshi Mandal
Abstract Article (PDF)

15. Hegemony and Heteronormativity: Revisiting ‘The Political’ in Queer Politics edited by María do Mar Castro Varela, Nikita Dhawan and Antke Engel
Ashley Tellis
Abstract Article (PDF)

VOLUME 4, ISSUE 1, 2013

LAW, CULTURE AND QUEER POLITICS IN NEOLIBERAL TIMES – PART I

ISSUE EDITORS
Oishik Sircar
Dipika Jain

Editor’s Foreword (PDF)

ARTICLES

1. Continental Drift Queer, Feminism, Postcolonial
Brenda Cossman
Abstract Article (PDF)

2. Multitasking Queer Reflections on the Possibilities of Homosexual Dissidence in Law
Ratna Kapur
Abstract Article (PDF)

3. Contagion Politics Queer Rights Claims, Biopower and the ‘Public Health’ Rationale for the Repeal of Sodomy Laws
Neil Cobb
Abstract Article (PDF)

4. Section 377 and the Myth of Heterosexuality
Zaid Al-Baset
Abstract Article (PDF)

5. Claiming Citizenship, Contesting Civility: The Institutional LGBT Movement and the Regulation of Gender or Sexual Dissidence in West Bengal, India
Aniruddha Dutta
Abstract Article (PDF)

6. Disrupting the Dinner Table Re-thinking the ‘Queer Movement’ in Contemporary India
Ashley Tellis
Abstract Article (PDF)

7. Unlearning Human Rights and False Grand Dichotomies: Indonesian Archipelagic Selves Beyond Sexual/Gender Universality
Vanja Hamzic
Abstract Article (PDF)

8. Asking for it: Erotic Asphyxiation and the Limitations of Sexual Consent
Ingrid Olson
Abstract Article (PDF)

9. ‘Paradoxes of Visibility’: Lesbian and Gay Parents in the Australian Print Media
Damein W. Riggs
Abstract Article (PDF)

10. Resisting, Demanding, Negotiating and Being: The Role of Scandals in the Everyday Lives of Argentinean Travesties
María Soledad Cutuli
Abstract Article (PDF)

11. Queer Politics in Spain: There is Life after Same Sex Marriage Legislation
Susana López Penedo
Abstract Article (PDF)

BOOK REVIEW

12. ‘Split Decisions: How and Why to take a Break from Feminism’ by Janet Halley
Saptarshi Mandal

Jindal Global Law Review, Volume 4, Issue 1, August 2012, pgs. 264 (PDF)
Abstract Article (PDF)

13. ‘For the Record: On Sexuality and the Colonial Archive in India’ by Anjali Arondekar
Lakshmi Arya

Jindal Global Law Review, Volume 4, Issue 1, August 2012, pgs. 277 (PDF)
Abstract Article (PDF)

VOLUME 3, ISSUE 1, 2012

INDIAN PUBLIC LAW: INVESTIGATIONS AND IMAGINATIONS

ISSUE EDITORS
Aniruddha Jairam
Amit Bindal

Editor’s Foreword (PDF)

ARTICLES

1. ‘Faith’ in Law
Ratna Kapur
Abstract      Article (PDF)

2. Constitution as Fundamental Law: Preserving its Identity with Change
Mahendra Pal Singh
Abstract      Article (PDF)

3. Constitutional Right to Access to Basic Amenities: Perspectives on Limits of Law in Social Empowerment
Parmanand Singh
Abstract      Article (PDF)

4. Public Health Priority: Hazards of Tobacco Consumption, Legal Response and the need for its effective implementation
Ajay Pandey
Abstract     Article (PDF)

5. Judicial Independence: Is it Threatened?
J.S. Verma
Abstract      Article (PDF)

6. Independence of Judiciary: In Search of Conceptual Clarity
P. Puneeth
Abstract     Article (PDF)

7. India’s Land Title Crisis: The Unanswered Questions
Jonathan Zasloff
Abstract     Article (PDF)

VOLUME 2, ISSUE 2, 2011

THE CHANGING ROLE OF LAW IN ASIA

ISSUE EDITORS

Shilpi Bhattacharya

Prabhakar Singh

Editor’s Foreword (PDF)

ARTICLES

  1. Locating the Rule of Law in Asia Justice
    V. R. Krishna Iyer
    Abstract      Article (PDF)
  2. Does Law Matter in Japan?: The Emerging Role of Law, Lawyers, and Legal Institutions in the Revitalization of Japan
    Gerald Paul McAlinn
    Abstract     Article (PDF)
  3. Erasing the Non Judicial Narrative: Victim Testimonies at the Khmer Rouge Tribunal
    Mahdev Mohan and Vani Sathisan
    Abstract    Article (PDF)
  4. The Constitution of China: What Purpose Does it (Not) Serve?
    Surya Deva
    Abstract    Article (PDF)
  5. Chinese Policies in Tibet: Should India Remain Concerned
    Michael C. Davis
    Abstract    Article (PDF)
  6. Charting Corporate and Financial Governance in Korea in the New Decade: World Bank and IMF Reports
    Young Cheol and David K. Jeong
    Abstract     Article (PDF)
  7. Independent Directors and their Constraints in China and India
    Umakanth Varottil
    Abstract     Article (PDF)
  8. The Changing Scope of Human Rights in the Context of Counter Terrorism in Singapore: A Comparative Perspective
    Sarah Shi and Ronald Wong
    Abstract     Article (PDF)
  9. A Review of China’s Anti-Monopoly Law
    Gu Minkang and Chen Bing
    Abstract     Article (PDF)

    BOOK REVIEW

  10. Legal Education in Asia: Globalization, Change and Contexts
    Suvrajyoti Gupta
    Abstract     Article (PDF)

VOLUME 2, ISSUE 1, 2010

THE GLOBALIZATION OF LEGAL KNOWLEDGE

ISSUE EDITORS

Vik Kanwar

Prabhakar Singh

Editor’s Foreword (PDF)

ARTICLES

  1. Knowledge-Based Policing: India and the Global Revolution in Crime Prevention
    Lawrence W. Sherman
    Abstract         Article (PDF)
  2. Legal Transplants: Western Legal Transplants and India
    Jean-Louis Halpérin
    Abstract     Article (PDF)
  3. Legal Transplants and Codification: Exploring the North American Sources of the Civil Code of Argentina 1871
    Agustin Parise
    Abstract    Article (PDF)
  4. Human Rights Law, Policy, and Implementation: The Responsibility to Protect Watershed or Old Wine in a New Bottle?
    Stephen P. Marks and Nicholas Cooper
    Abstract      Article (PDF)
  5. Human Rights Law, Policy, and Implementation – TRIPS and Human Rights: The Case of India Subramanya 
    Subramanya Sirish Tamvada
    Abstract     Article (PDF)
  6. Human Rights: Globalizing Labor Standards: The Developed Developing Divide
    Supriyo Routh
    Abstract     Article (PDF)
  7. Human Rights: How to Better Infuse Gender into the Human Rights Council’s Universal Periodic Review Process?
    Jeremy Sarkin
    Abstract     Article (PDF)
  8. Foundations of Constitutionalism: Justice for All: A Better Path to Global Firearms Control
    David B. Kopel, Paul Gallant and Joanne D. Eisen
    Abstract    Article (PDF)
  9. Foundations of Constitutionalism: The True Foundation of Judicial Review: A View from Nigeria
    Ajepe Taiwo Shehu
    Abstract   Article (PDF)
  10. Foundations of Constitutionalism: A Lockean Defense of the Political Question Doctrine’s Application in War Powers Cases
    Matthew Jordan Cochran
    Abstract     Article (PDF)
  11. Refining the Methodology of Rights Based Monitoring: The Role of Human Rights Indicators
    Y.S.R. Murthy
    Abstract      Article (PDF)

    BOOK REVIEW

  12. Sen v. Rawls
    Nathan M. Rehn
    Abstract Article (PDF)

VOLUME 1, ISSUE 1, 2009

THE COMMEMORATIVE ISSUE – COURTS, INSTITUTIONS AND ACCESS TO JUSTICE

ISSUE EDITORS

C. Raj Kumar

Jayanth Krishnan

ARTICLES 

Part I : Courts, Institutions, and Access to Justice  

  1. Courts in a Democracy
    Peter H. Schuck
    Abstract       Article (PDF)  
  2. The Independence of the Judiciary Separation from the Executive
    Mahendra P. Singh
    Abstract       Article (PDF)  
  3. Legitimacy and Accountability in Global Regulatory Governance, Global Administrative Law and Developing Countries
    Richard B. Stewart
    Abstract      Article (PDF)  
  4. To the Listed Field The Myth of Litigious India
    Marc Galanter
    Abstract     Article (PDF)  
  5. Courts, Institutions, and Access to Justice Combating Financing of Terrorism Legislative Initiatives in India
    A. Francis Julian
    Abstract     Article (PDF)  

Part II: Equality, Social Exclusion, and Women’s Rights

  1. Equality, Social Exclusion, and Women’s Rights Tension Between Equality and Affirmative Action: An Overview
    Parmanand Singh
    Abstract    Article (PDF)  
  2. Equality, Social Exclusion, and Women’s Rights: Continuing the Colonial Tradition of Social Exclusion Through the Penal Measures in India
    B.B. Pande
    Abstract   Article (PDF)  
  3. Equality, Social Exclusion, and Women’s Rights: Redressing Women’s Rights Violations Through the Judiciary
    Avani Mehta Sood
    Abstract     Article (PDF)  
  4. Equality, Social Exclusion, and Women’s Rights: The Law of Sexual Harassment in China
    D.K. Srivastava and Minkang Gu
    Abstract     Article (PDF)  
  5. Corporate Governance, Trade, and Environment: Corporate Governance in India: Past, Present and Future?
    Vikram Aditya Khanna
    Abstract      Article (PDF)  

Part III: Corporate Governance, Trade, and Environment

  1. Corporate Governance, Trade, and Environment: Regional Trading Agreements: Need for a Coherent Policy Framework for India’s Negotiating Strategy
    R.V. Anuradha
    Abstract     Article (PDF)  
  2. Corporate Governance, Trade, and Environment: India’s Constitutional Challenge: A Less Visible Climate Change Catastrophe
    Deepa Badrinarayana
    Abstract     Article (PDF)  
  3. Corporate Governance, Trade, and Environment: Dying to Dine: A Story of the Suicidal Indian Farmers
    Srividhya Ragavan
    Abstract     Article (PDF)  
  4. Legal Education: Legal Education Reform in India: Dialogue Among Indian Law Teachers
    Jane E. Schukoske
    Abstract     Article (PDF)

Part IV: Legal Education

  1. Legal Education: Legal Education Reform in India: Dialogue Among Indian Law Teachers
    Jane E. Schukoske
    Abstract Article (PDF)