Sunday, February 01, 2015

Contemporary Issues in Indian Public Law: Transnational Perspectives

The Faculty of Law, University of Oxford, Melbourne Law School, University of Melbourne and National Law University, Delhi invite you to a conference on ‘Contemporary Issues in Indian Public Law: Transnational Perspectives’.

The conference will be held on the 12th of April 2015 at National Law University, Delhi.

To attend the conference, please register here

There is no registration fee for Indian residents, but registration is essential. There is a conference registration fee of £20 for international participants. Please ensure that you select the relevant category when registering. Upon registration, further details relating to the event will be emailed to you closer to the time.

If you have any queries or require any help or advice regarding visa requirements or hotel bookings, please email Joanna Simon on joanna.simon@seh.ox.ac.uk 



This conference is an International Association of Constitutional Law Roundtable





Programme of Events



Transnational Engagement with the Indian Constitution

Cheryl Saunders (Melbourne), Constitutional Comparison between India and Australia

Nick Bamforth (Oxford), Comparative Authority in Constitutional Litigation

Paul Craig (Oxford), Meta-Constitutional Narratives: Some Comparative Thoughts

Adrienne Stone (Melbourne), attendance tbc


Separation of Powers

Nick Barber (Oxford), The Basic Structure Doctrine

Sudhir Krishnaswamy (Azim Premji), Directive Principles: Institutional Questions

Alison Young (Oxford), Inter-institutional Dialogue


Human Rights

Anup Surendranath (NLU), The Death Penalty

Pip Nicholson (Melbourne), The Death Penalty


Carolyn Evans (Melbourne), Religious Freedom and Conversion Laws

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