Tag: Constitutional law

Podcast Episode 02
Podcast

Podcast Episode 02

Marginalised Explanation of the Constitutional Ethos About the Guest Prof. Rohit De Prof. De is a lawyer and historian of modern South Asia and focuses on the legal history of the Indian subcontinent and the common law world.  As a legal historian he moves beyond asking what the law was; […]

A Case for Anti-SLAPP Laws in India
Constitution

A Case for Anti-SLAPP Laws in India

Strategic Lawsuits Against Public Participation, or what are commonly referred to as SLAPP suits, are filed to censor, intimidate and silence the critics who have spoken out in public interest by overburdening and exhausting them with litigation. SLAPP is a term coined by George W. Pring and Penelope Canan who […]