JUDGEMENTS

  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).


LL.M. SEM.-II (LEGAL EDUCATION AND LEGAL PEDAGOGY)

  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).

REPORTS

  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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