Webinar on a Pre-Circulated Research Paper titled “Supreme Court as a Constitutional Watchdog” [DATE – Friday, 4th of February, 2021 at 5:30 PM IST onwards. ]

Organisation/College/University Details

The Debate & Discussion Society (DDS), Campus Law Centre is a unique forum that promotes free thought and exchange of opinions. When the discussion is the ethos of an institution, DDS forms a natural facilitator of that spirited culture. The DDS hosts a plethora of events covering various facets of the art of debate and discussion with an aim to provide ideas and expressions a platform they rightly deserve. Campus Law Centre (CLC) of the Faculty of Law offers a full-time three-year LL.B. programme. It has consistently been ranked among the top law schools in India and has been ranked second in the country by the India Today-Nielson survey of 2016. Quality teaching, moot-court competitions, campus placements, legal-aid services, and regular talks and discussions  by experts from academia and industry are some of the features which have established CLC as a Centre of Excellence. To facilitate a ‘case study’ teaching methodology, each student is provided an updated study material with relevant court judgments and reading material pertinent to each subject.  

Event Details

Campus Law Centre as a part of its endeavour to contribute to the spread of legal knowledge through learning, knowledge creation and research, cordially invites you to be a part of an insightful webinar on a Pre-Circulated Research Paper titled “Supreme Court as a Constitutional Watchdog”. The webinar will be addressed by Prof. Tarunabh Khaitan, followed by an interactive Q&A session.

Topic of Lecture:

“Supreme Court as a Constitutional Watchdog”

About the Speaker

The event will be graced by the presence of Professor Tarunabh Khaitan, Professor of Public Law and Legal Theory, Faculty of Law, University of Oxford. Prof. Tarun Khaitan is also the Head of Research at the Bonavero Institute of Human Rights at the University of Oxford, a Fellow at Mansfield College, and an Honorary Professorial Fellow at Melbourne Law School. He specialises in legal theory, constitutional studies, and discrimination law. Previously, he has also been the Vice Dean of the Oxford Law Faculty, an Australian Research Council Future Fellow at Melbourne Law School, and a Global Visiting Professor of Law at NYU Law School.

Eligibility Details

Every one who is associated with the legal fraternity or is a law student and has interests in legal field is eligible to join this webinar.

Location

The webinar will be hosted on Zoom platform. Kindly note that entry to the Zoom platform is subjected to registration only.

Registration Details

Participants are requested to register through the following link – https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1r3Ec4KGaZZu7FggvzW9Ftqpv1xuODORB15c6kCqDJIU/edit

Attendees are requested to thoroughly read the research paper beforehand in order to have a lively and informative discussion. The Research Paper has been attached with the registration form and can be downloaded from the same.

Fee Details

The event is completely free to join.

Date and Time

The event will be hosted on Friday, 4th of February, 2021 at 5:30 PM IST onwards.

Contact Details

For any query feel free to email us at dds.clc.du@gmail.com

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