Blog post for students/faculty interaction about recent constitutional developments in India and internationally.
The Centre aims to lead research in persistent and contemporary issues in public law (including administrative law) and political theory. It will seek to develop expertise in different methodologies and interdisciplinary interests spreading across political philosophy, history; comparative public law, empirical studies, and law and economics. Diverse concerns including issues of justice, violence, accountability, and coercion can promote research at the Center. Approaches adopted by researchers in the Centre can reference various schools and jurisdictions.
The following are the projected activities that can be organized through the Center:
Public law projects at the Centre can focus on developing expertise in South Asian constitutionalism; migration of constitutional ideas; projects for constitutional theory building and explorations into constitutional history; judicial reasoning; and empirical judicial studies. The Centre aims to become a destination for scholars and public intellectuals from a variety of regional and disciplinary bases.