At a Supreme Court Bar Association event on the eve of Constitution Day, Chief Justice of India Justice DY Chandrachud reiterates the need for stakeholders to sort out disagreements between Bench, Bar and Executive,
Justice DY Chandrachud takes over as the CJI, expectations are high from the Bar. PRAVIN H PAREKH, president, the Indian Society of International Law and six-time president of the SCBA, goes down memory lane as he remembers the Chandrachud family and their contribution to the country’s jurisprudence.
A judge is known by his dissenting verdicts. And Chief Justice DY Chandrachud, who is a champion of human rights and liberal values, has broken new grounds in jurisprudence by his forward-looking judgments. How will all this reflect during his tenure? Eminent legal expert PROF UPENDRA BAXI shares his insights with INDIA LEGAL.
Incorporating feminist thinking into law is not easy primarily because the language of legal decision making is substantively and linguistically male. The next chief justice of India has told law students to incorporate “feminist thinking” in the way they deal with law