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Comparing the law of democracy in continental polities
Arun Kumar, Democratic Constitutionalism in India and the European Union,(Edward Elgar: Feb 2021)
‘Constitutional Faith or Constitutional Idolatry?: Insights from recent mass protests in India’
Arun Kumar Thiruvengadam,‘Constitutional Idolatry, Literacy and Identity’(January 26, 2021)
‘Constitutional Foundings in South Asia’
Arun Kumar Thiruvengadam,‘India’s Constitutional Founding: A mixed but enduring legacy’(January 2021).
“The Hindu Parley podcast: “
Arun Kumar Thiruvengadam,Are courts encroaching on the powers of the executive”(2021, January 22). The Hindu.
Building a 'Hindu Rashtra' through 'Seva'
Malini Bhattacharjee, Economic and Political Weekly(2021, January 14).
‘India’s Founding Moment: The Constitution of a Most Surprising Democracy’
Kanika Gauba,Public Law (London: Sweet and Maxwell, 2021).
“The LLM programme at the Azim Premji university is a well designed, intensive programme that reflects a sound, contextualized understanding of the issues of development in India. The strong emphasis on practical engagement and legal writing is extremely valuable. The experience and vision of the faculty, a diverse student body and the multi-disciplinary environment of the University adds to a rich learning experience”
Preeta Dhar (Batch of 2017)
“The LLM programme at Azim Premji University is novel given its inter-disciplinary approach to the law. One of my main reasons for choosing this programme was its eminent faculty. My expectation on this front has been fulfilled as the faculty brings not only a unique approach towards teaching the subject, but also a willingness to adapt to the needs of students. The course structure as well as academic environment at APU ensures that one understands the law through the lens of other disciplines. This course, therefore, has provided me with a fresh perspective in understanding the law”
Nikita Sonavane (Batch of 2017)
Coming up on April 14-15 is the Policy Dialogue Event organized by the SPG. Our students have had field engagements for nine months as part of their curriculum. Now, they will present their work to policy practitioners. Their projects are on subjects like housing discrimination; community policing, school grants; police bail, etc.