Research

We have a dedicated research team of students and experts who work on issues of contemporary relevance.

Our Team work towards:

  • Research projects

  • Publications in reputed journals/blogs/newspapers

  • Filing of petitions before different courts and

  • Organisation of events involving training sessions, or expert discussion revolving around the well-researched themes and questions

Research Work in the Past (2020 onwards):

  • Towards writ petition before the Hon’ble Punjab and Haryana High Court

  • Towards special leave petition before the Hon’ble Supreme Court of India

  • An article titled ‘In Admission related Matter, Justice Delayed is most Times Justice Denied' published in The Indian Express (web version)

  • An article titled ‘Right to be Forgotten: Privacy vs Freedom' published in The Indian Express (web version)

  • A blog article titled 'Online, home-proctored exams: An invisible dagger hanging over students’ mental and moral well-being?’ Published in Bar and Bench

  • A blog titled ‘PM-WANI Project Promotes Internet Access. But What of State Curbs on Digital Connectivity?’ Published in the Wire

  • Research grants received by Ms Priya Garg (Trustee) from the University of Oxford to undertake research in the field of education

  • Submitted inputs to the UN Working Group on Business and Human Rights in relation to the role of human rights in international investment law.

Ongoing Research Work:

  • Paper on the intersection of investment law and human rights – by Ms Navya Bhayana (Student Research Fellow, Student: National University of Juridical Sciences, Kolkata)

  • Paper analysing Article 254, Constitution of India 1950 – by Ms Priya Garg (Trustee) and Ms Navya Bhayana (Student Research Fellow, Student: National University of Juridical Sciences, Kolkata)

  • Research and organisation for an expert event discussing how principles of secularism can promote or harm the CSR expenditure - by Md Sabeeh Ahmad (Research Assistant, Student: Faculty of Law, Aligarh Muslim University)

  • Research on varied themes for the legal awareness/ training programme based on court directions and mandates targeting a wide spectrum of students and professionals by Dev Sareen (Research Assistant, Student: University School of Law and Legal Studies, GGSIPU Main Campus)

  • Research on a paper involving a socio-legal theme and jurisprudential analysis by Atharva Patvardhan and Shrey Kumar Garg, Research Assistants, NLSIU and Jamia Milia Islamia respectively)

Upcoming Projects on which Preliminary Work has Commenced:

  • PIL petition in relation to an admission related matter

  • A novel analysis in relation to the bar and bench reforms

  • Legal Education to increase cultural quotient – towards Spencer Foundation grants

  • Two papers relating to CSR against the backdrop of two different specific themes

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