Source: The Socio-Legal Review Results: 102

(Trans) Gressing the Binary: Coalitional Self-determination for the ‘Third Gender’ Framework

In National Legal Services Authority (NALSA) v. Union of India, the Supreme Court of India legally recognized the existence of a ‘third gender’ iden  ...Read More

By: Akshita Pandit | | Human Rights

A Bio-political Perspective On Intersexuality And Disability In Discourses Of Law

Intersexuality and disability are disparate identity categories. In mainstream social discourses, however, these two identities are often confused to  ...Read More

By: Arpita Das | | Miscellaneous

Aadhaar: Wrong Number, Or Big Brother Calling?

Aadhar, touted by its supporters as the ultimate tech solution to India’s development problems, failed to bring the UPA back to power. Despite having  ...Read More

By: Kalyani Menon Sen | | Human Rights

Aging, Gender And Poverty -- The Case Of A Slum In Bangalore

Studies on the relationship between ageing and gender relations typically focus on comparing the condition of elderly women with that of elderly men.  ...Read More

By: Sarayu Pani | | Civil

An Unclear Empiricism: A Review Of The Death Penalty India Report

Empirical studies on death row populations, often exploring effects of socio-economic or racial marginalization, are not uncommon across several lega  ...Read More

By: Kunal Ambasta | | Criminal

Anticorruption By Fiat: Structural Injunctions And Public Interest Litigation In The Supreme Court Of India

Structural injunctions – where the court issues a series of interim orders over a period of time in an effort to stimulate institutional reform – are  ...Read More

By: Chintan Chandrachud | | Constitution

Battered Women: The Gendered Notion Of Defences Available

Battered Women Syndrome is a psychological theory propounded by Dr. Lenore Walker that explains why battered women who are compelled to kill their pa  ...Read More

By: Keerthana Medarametla | | Criminal

Blurred Lines – Between The Artist And His Art

Political beings as we are, our work often becomes a looking glass through which the world sees. Try as liberal theory might to separate the public f  ...Read More

By: Manasi Gandhi | | Human Rights

Book Review - A Liberal Theory Of International Justice

The idea of the State as the perceived state of normality seems to be the central theme the book pursues, in order to deem the relevance and successe  ...Read More

By: Parvathi Menon | | International Law

Book Review - Making A Case For Municipal Autonomy In Realizing The Paris Agreement

An international agreement with little binding value directing global mitigation efforts, and the increasing population of cities marks the climate c  ...Read More

By: Mrinalini Shinde | | Environment
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