Cross Currents?Law & More: Appointing our Judges?Forging Independence and Accountability
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Cross Currents Law & More: Appointing our Judges Forging Independence and Accountability
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ISBN 9789351434481
Edition 1st Edition 2016
Author Santosh Paul
Publisher LexisNexis
Publication Year 42309
Table Of Content
Pages 428
Binding PB
Language English
Author Description
Author Description Details:Description:SANTOSH PAUL was born in 1964 in Mercara, Coorg, and was educated in Kolkata, Coimbatore and Mumbai. He majored in Economics from the Elphinstone College Mumbai in 1985 and thereafter, graduated in Law from the Government Law College, Mumbai in 1988. He has been practising as a lawyer since the year 1988 in the Supreme Court and the Delhi High Court. He is the editor of The Maoist Movement in India: Perspectives and Counter perspectives (2012) and also editor of the book Choosing Hammurabi: Debates on Judicial Appointments (2013). He writes regularly on the Economic Times Blog titled Courts, Commerce and the Constitution. He has written articles in leading law journals, ?The Right to Counsel? ((1997) 8 SCC J-14); ?Judicial Appointments Commission: The British Experience ? Securing Independence and Merits? ((2014) 8 SCC J-43) and ?Was SCAORA a Radical Departure from Constitutional Principles? (SCALE). He has authored the life histories of the Roman lawyer, Cicero and of F E Smith, Lord Chancellor and Secretary of State for India which were published in Legal World. He has also presented papers on The Right to Food at the All India Seminar on Judicial Reforms, Confederation of Indian Bar; on TRIPS: Agreement on Trade Related Aspects of Intellectual Property Right at the International Pharmaceutical Conference held in Abu Dhabi in 2005; The Alaska Constitutional Experience: Containing the Maoist Insurgency at the Global Business and Human Rights 3rd UIA Business and Human Rights Commission Summit for Millennium Development Goals in March 2013.

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