Clear Cut: Legal Leadership In A Changing World

  • March 1, 2024
  • 11:22 Mins
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What happens when a gavel meets the microphone? What do the voices of those who have interpreted the law and guided its course in India sound like? From a seminar organized by OP Jindal Global University (JGU) and Cyril Amarchand Mangaldas (CAM) on “The Role Of Judiciary In Protecting The Rule Of Law & Promoting Access To Justice”, listen in the Honourable Justice UU Lalit explore how India has gone beyond Marbury v Madison, which he considers one of the greatest milestones of judiciary history, how in India the Supreme Court has struck down constitutional amendments, the independence of the judiciary in India and more, while also listening to the Honourable Justice Swatanter Kumar explore how judicial activism is neither fundamentally wrong or objectively wrong, how the right to a clean environment is a fundamental right in India, how India may be one of the few countries that places this right at the constitutional level as a fundamental right and not a constitutional right and more.

Listen to this meaningful episode of CAM radio.