Climate Justice in India
This course develops abilities, character, and a sense of direction towards climate justice.
Comparative Public Law and Systems of Governance
What do public policy and public administration in India consist of? What is the architecture and rationale of public authority and administrative practices? What is the nature and scope of the bureaucracy?
Criminal Justice and Public Policy
This course aims to adopt a fine balance between doctrinal and empirical analysis of the criminal justice institutions, with an interdisciplinary approach to respond to critical problems in criminal law, governance, and public policy.
Feminism – Law and Politics
This course examines the relationship between feminism, politics and the law.
Foundations of Private Law
This course offers a foundational view of the entire domain of private law that can shape perspectives and approaches to subsequent specialized courses in private law.
Law and Development
The relationship between law and development.
Law and Justice in a Globalising World
The concepts of law and justice have been critical to the journey of the modern world. What made modern law universal? What has been the journey of law and justice in globalisation?
Law and Policy Hub Group Project
Apply knowledge from the classroom learning onto field practice and vice versa.
Law and Social Transformation
The law as a key influence in shaping the social order and modern world.
Law, Politics and Popular Culture
Understanding the basic methods of classical jurisprudence.
Law, Violence and the State
This course will provide students a critical-ethnographic perspective on theories of governance and public policy relating to violence and disorder.
Legal System Reforms
India’s legal system and its systematic changes.
Nation in the Legal Imagination
The course examines legal-constitutional discourse on nationalism (including the constitutional text, constituent assembly debates and court judgments) and uses audio-visual materials to consider the contours of the relationship between law and nation.
Research Methods and Legal Writing
A systematic approach to research methodology for legal studies.
Technology and Human Rights: Law, Governance and Policy
The course contributes to the debates on ethical questions in the wake of contemporary science and technology developments, and the consequent challenges to the public policy and governance/regulation issues in our times.
The Legal Life of Partition
This course centers the Partition as an entry point into questions of legal, political and social belonging and exclusion in South Asia.
The course examines a set of extraordinary state responses that aim to restore rule of law in societies emerging from violent, usually undemocratic pasts.
Urban Development: Law & Policy
This course seeks to examine and explain how laws and policies structure, regulate, and
affect urban development in India.
Welfare Rights in India – A Research driven analysis
This is a course that seeks to provide students with an overview of welfare rights in India, while simultaneously requiring them to conduct in-depth research on aspects of a specific welfare rights programme.