This post is not on ‘X’ law or ‘Y’, instead, it is on the method of it. As young judges/aspirants, over a lifetime of adjudication, you’d be faced with a myriad of different fact-situations and various laws to interpret. There, even if you don’t know the right answer, knowing the right method will keep you […]Read More The ‘Hypothetical Flood Case’ | A Test Case In Interpretation
Why an A to Z list of law/legal concepts/judgments etc.? As somebody wise said: A rear-view mirror is the best kind of crystal ball. Sometimes ‘looking back’ is ‘looking ahead’. Our choices and the effects we produce have their causes in the past; and, before this post degenerates into philosophical humdrum about interpretation of history […]Read More An A to Z guide to the new, time-less and important in law
are lawyers and judges facing an unprecedented existential crisis; in other words: What really is the future of the legal profession?Read More Why does India need super lawyers? Tech, AI, Data and the changing face of litigation
“What happens in vagueness, stays in vagueness…” Police Officer: “Hey, Mr.CEO, you’re under arrest! We’ve found that the website of your company displays….hmmm….what do you call it [Police Officer asks his slightly more informed sidekick]…oh..yes, yes..I know – ‘Data’; this can cause ‘harm’ to people, so I’ve been told [Police Officer grins] Mr.CEO: “What! Please wait a […]Read More The Unconstitutional Vagueness Of The Personal Data Protection Bill, 2018’.