Pedagogy

Breathing Life Into The Constitution 2016 [...]
​ Venue: Alternative Law Forum   This course offers an outline of the basic concepts underlying within the caste-based quota system. Students will be exposed to the major debates concerning reservations as [...]
ALF is offering scholarships for the second batch of the Gender Sexuality and the Law Course, that will be held on the 4th and 5th of July 2015. This opportunity is available because of our successful crowd funding [...]
Single Credit Seminar Course on Human Rights Lawyering: Principles and Practices National Law School of India, 16-20 March 2015 Traditional teaching on human rights focuses on textual traditions such as Universal [...]
    Human Rights Lawyering  Principles And Practices Traditional teaching on human rights focuses on textual traditions such as Universal Declaration of Human Rights, International Bill of [...]
Following is the order passed by the Karnataka High Court in the BMRCL construction workers case, which raised the issue of violation of various legislations governing workmen working on the Bangalore Metro Rail [...]
The State of Karnataka has amended the Goonda Act to bring "habitual offenders" concerning cybercrimes and copyright under the legislation. The Goonda Act is an extremely regressive piece of legislation stemming from [...]
Presentation made by Smarika Kumar on 20 May 2014 at the Mapping the Digital Media in India Roundtable organised by Centre for Communication Governance at National Law University, Delhi in collaboration with the Centre [...]
Module Design This semester-long workshop is conducted in the last module of the paper "Policy Research & Evaluation" (III Semester). The workshop forms the primary stage of learning to analyse processes of policy [...]
This section contains teaching modules being developed as part of the MPL Project. These modules explore specific aspects of media law and media policy, and are conducted in both Instruction and Workshop modes. The [...]
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