‘The Supreme Court in Review, 2019’ brought together lawyers, academics, journalists and students together from across India. CLPR’s the Supreme Court Observer organised this event to review key Supreme Court judgments from 2019.
We looking to engage a Court Reporter for our website, the Supreme Court Observer. The Court Reporter will track cases being heard in the Supreme Court of India.
On 30th January 2019, CLPR led a session at the Teaching and Learning the Constitution of India Workshop, organised by the St. Joseph’s College of Law. CLPR introduced teaching faculty from around Bangalore to its CADIndia and SC Observer workshop model. The teaching faculty included faculty from both secondary and tertiary education institutions in Bangalore.
The Centre for Law and Policy Research (CLPR) in collaboration with the Praja Foundation organised…
CLPR requires maintenance and development services for CADIndia and SCObserver websites as part of the Constitutional and Civic Citizenship Project.
Student Delegates for the National Constitution Society (NCS) Convention 2018 will be engaging in a series of online discussions prior to the Convention on 23rd November. Prompt 1 on Illaiah Shepherd’s ‘Where are the Shudras?’