1. Union of India Vs. Rati Pal Saroj - (Citations : AIR1998SC1117) 
  2. Headmistress Government Girl High School and Ors. Vs. Mahalakshmi and Ors. ( Citations : 1999ACJ1228, AIR1998Mad86, 1997-2-LW958)
  3. Zafar Ahmad Khan Vs. The State (Citations : AIR1963All105, 1963CriLJ273)
  4. Malan and Ors. Vs. State of Bombay and Ors. (Citations : AIR1960Bom393, 1958(60)BOMLR428, 1960CriLJ1189)
  5. Raunaq International Limited Vs. I.V.R. Construction Ltd. and Ors. ( Citations :AIR1999SC393, 1999(1)ALLMR(SC)634, 1999(1)ARBLR431(SC), JT1998(8)SC411, 1999-1-LW236, 1998(6)SCALE456, (1999)1SCC492, [1998]Supp3SCR421, 1999(1)UJ600)
  6. The Municipal Corporation of Delhi Vs. Smt. Sushila Devi and Ors. ( Citations :II(1999)ACC1, 1999ACJ801, AIR1999SC1929, JT1999(3)SC567, 1999-2-LW583, RLW1999(3)SC373, 1999(3)SCALE226, (1999)4SCC317, [1999]2SCR1198)
  7. K.T. Pavunny and Anr. Vs. K.T. Mathew (Citations :AIR1982Ker309)
  8. State of M.P. and Ors. Vs. M.P. Ojha and Anr. (Citations :AIR1998SC659, [1999(81)FLR6], 1998(2)JLJ1(SC), JT1997(10)SC351, 1998LabIC890, 1997(7)SCALE776, (1998)2SCC554, (1998)SCC(LS)633, [1997]Supp6SCR654, 1998(1)UJ150)
  9. I.T.C. Ltd. workers Welfare Association and Anr. Vs. The Management of I.T.C. Ltd. and Anr. (Citations :AIR2002SC937, 2002(50)BLJR585, [2002(92)FLR889], [2002(2)JCR1(SC)], JT2002(1)SC511, 2002LabIC780, (2002)ILLJ848SC, 2002(1)SCALE558, (2002)3SCC411, [2002]1SCR711, 2002(2)SCT988(SC), 2002(1)UJ351, (2002)1UPLBEC641)
  10. Sajjan Raj Surana Vs. Jaipur Vidyut Nigam Ltd.and its AEN (Citations :AIR2002Raj109, AIR89 2001 Rajasthan 109, 2002(2)WLC182)
  11. Rajesh @ Raju Chandulal Gandhi Vs. State of Gujarat (Citations : 2002(2)ACR1247(SC), AIR2002SC1412, 2002(1)ALT(Cri)263, (SCSuppl)2002(3)CHN29, 2002CriLJ1821, 2002(2)Crimes1(SC), (2002)2GLR1511, 2002GLH(22)34, 2002GLH(34)22, JT2002(3)SC395, 2002(2)PLJR237, 2002(2)SCALE497, (2002)4SCC426, [2002]2SCR304, 2002(1)UC599, 2002(1)UJ730)
  12. Adhyatma Alwar Bhattar Vs. Adhyatma Bhattar Sri Devi (Citations :2001IXAD(SC)403, AIR2002SC88, 2002(1)ALLMR(SC)317, 2002 1 AWC(Supp)49SC, 2002(50)BLJR37, I(2002)DMC94SC, [2002(1)JCR220(SC)], JT2001(9)SC429, 2002-2-LW201, 2002(1)OLR1, 2002(I)OLR1, RLW2002(1)SC122, 2001(8)SCALE119, (2002)1SCC308, 2002(1)UC37)
  13. Madhegowda (D) by Lrs. Vs. Ankegowda (D) by Lrs. and Ors. (Citations :AIR2002SC215, 2002(2)ALT21(SC), 2002 1 AWC(Supp)13SC, JT2001(9)SC596, 2002-4-LW330, (2002)1MLJ169(SC), 2002 93 RD50, RLW2002(1)SC140, 2001(8)SCALE197, (2002)1SCC178, 2002(1)UC159)
  14. State of Maharashtra Vs. Bharat Fakira Dhiwar (Citations : 2002(1)ACR148(SC), AIR2002SC16, 2002(1)ALT(Cri)43, (SCSuppl)2002(1)CHN7, 2002CriLJ218, 2002(1)Crimes164(SC), JT2001(9)SC407, 2001(7)SCALE602, (2002)1SCC622, 2002(1)UC176, 2002(1)UJ292)
  15.  Union of India Vs. Bhagwati Prasad and Ors. ( Citations : 2002ACJ721, AIR2002SC1301, 2002(3)ALD22(SC), 2002(2)ALLMR(SC)615, 2002(3)ALT15(SC), 2002(3)ALT1(SC), 2002(2)AnWR183, 2002 2 AWC(Supp)1169SC, 2002(3)CGLJ296, [2002]110CompCas530(SC), (2002)3GLR1981, JT2002(3)SC10, 2002(2)KLT23(SC), 2002-3-LW435, 2002(2)PLJR139, (2002)2PLR327, 2002(2)SCALE487, (2002)3SCC661, [2002]2SCR290, 2002(2)UC99, 2002(1)UJ487 )
  16. M.C. Mehta Vs. Union of India and Ors. (Citations : 2002 AIR 1696, , 2002( 4 )SCC 356, 2002( 3 ) SCALE321, 2002( 3 )JT 527)

LL.M. Articles (Under Syllabus)

  1. David Staruss, “Do we Have a Living Constitution” 59 (4) Drake Law Review 973-984 (2011 Summer)
  2. Glen Staszewski, “Political Reasons, Deliberative Democracy and Administrative Law”, 97(3) Iowa Law Review 849-912 (2012 March)
  3. Mark Tushnet, “Returning With Interest: Observations On Some Putative Benefits Of Studying Comparative Constitutional Law” 1 U. Pa. J. Const. L. 325
  4. Ursula Bentele, Mining for Gold: The Constitutional Court of South Africa's Experience With Comparative Constitutional Law http://ssrn.com/abstract=1169642
  5. Mark Tushnet, “The Possibilities of Comparative Constitutional Law”, 108 Yale.L.J. 1225 (1999).
  6. Axel Tschentscher, "Comparing Constitutions and International Constitutional Law: A Primer" http://ssrn.com/abstract=1502125
  7. Anne Smith, “Internationalization and Constitutional Borrowing in Drafting Bills of Rights”, 60(4) International and Comparative Law Quarterly 867-894 (2011October).
  8. Michael J. Klarman, What's So Great About Constitutionalism? 93 Nw. U.L. Rev. 145
  9. Chhavi Agarwal, “ Rule of Law: Reflection upon we the People and Beyond” 252 (1) Madras Law Journal 8-16 (2010).
  10. Jeremy Waldron, "The Concept and the Rule of Law Public Law & Legal Theory" Research Paper Series New York University School of Law.
  11. Bruce Ackerman, “The New Separation of Powers” 113 (3) Harv. L. Rev. 634-729 (2000)
  12. Daryl Levinson and Richard H. Pildes “Separation of Parties, Not Powers” 119(8) Harvard Law Review 2311-2386 (2006).
  13. David King, “Formalizing Local Constitutional Standards of Review and the Implications for Federalism” 97 (7) Virginia Law Review 1685-1726 (November 2011).
  14. Nathan Chapman, "Due Process a Separation of Powers", 121 (7) Yale Law Journal 1672-1807 (2012 May)
  15. K.K. Venugopal, “Separation of Power and the Supreme Court of India”, Vol. 2 No. 2 Journal of Law and Social Policy 64-82 (July 2008).
  16. Ishwara Bhat, “Why and how Federalism matters in Elimination of Disparities and Promotion of Equal Opportunities for Positive Rights”, 54(3) Journal of the Indian Law Institute 324-363 (July-Sept 2012).
  17. Linda Bosniak, “Persons and Citizens in Constitutional Thought” 8 (1) International Journal of Constitutional Law 9-29 (January 2010).


  1. A.S. Anand, Legal Education in India - Past, Present and Future, 3 S.C.C. (Jour.) 1 (1998).
  2. Antoinette Sedillo Lopez, “Learning Through Service In A Clinical Setting: The Effect Of Specialization On Social Justice And Skills Training”, 7 Clinical Law Review 307 (2000-2001).
  3. Frank S. Bloch and M. R. K. Prasad, “Institutionalizing A Social Justice Mission for Clinical Legal Education: Cross-National Currents from India and the United States”, 13 Clinical Law Review 165 (2006-2007).
  4. Jagat Narain, “Legal Aid – Litigational or Educational: An Indian Experiment”, 28 J.I.L.I. (1986).
  5. Jennifer Howard, Learning to “Think Like A Lawyer” Through Experience, 2 Clinical Law Review 167 (1995).
  6. Jon C. Dubin, “Clinical design for Social Justice Imperatives”, 51 S.M.U. L. REV. 1461 (1997-1998).
  7. Justice Ranganath Misra, “Supreme Court Legal Aid Committee, New Delhi: Its Aims, Activities and Achievements”, 5 SCC Jour. (1995).
  8. Upendra Baxi, “Notes Towards Socially Relevant Legal Education: A Working Paper for the UGC Regional Workshop in Law”, 51 Journal of the Bar Council of India (1975-76).
  9. Uprendra Baxi, “The Pathology of the Indian Legal Professions”, XXII IBR, (1995).


  1. American Bar Association, Section of Legal Education and Admissions to the Bar, Legal Education and Profession Development – An Educational Continuum, Report of the Task Force on Law Schools and the Profession: Narrowing the Gap, (ABA 1992).
  2. Government of India, Ministry of Law, Justice and Company Affairs, Department of Legal Affairs, Report of Expert Committee on Legal Aid : Processual Justice to the People (1973)
  3. Law Commission of India , 14th Report on Reform of Judicial Administration (1958). Vol.-1    &   Vol.-2
  4. Law Commission of India, 184th Report on The Legal Education and Professional Training and Proposal for Amendments to the Advocates Act 1961 and the University Grants Commission Act 1956.  Part - I              &               Part - II
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