The Constitutional Law Society (‘CLS’) is an academic society which was constituted in 2012 by interested students and our faculty advisor, the former Vice-Chancellor, to assist the understanding of Constitutional Law. Its objective is to further knowledge and create a supportive environment for academic discussions and thought about constitutional matters.
The CLS that has successfully organised several events, including quizzes, mock parliaments, lectures and discussions by eminent scholars on topics of constitutional law of contemporary as well as historic relevance. We are associated with the D.D. Basu Trust which organises an annual essay writing competition and an endowment lecture, currently in its 12th Edition. Similarly, the M K Nambyar Lecture is also organised by the CLS, currently in its 6th Edition. In the past, we have hosted luminaries in the field such as K.K. Venugopal, Upendra Baxi, and Catherine MacKinnon among others.
We hope that the posts that are published on our blog will continue to uphold the objectives of the Society and also encourage further research in this field. We accept submissions at firstname.lastname@example.org. For any further queries, please refer to our Submissions and Events pages, or feel free to reach out to us.
Disclaimer – None of the views expressed in published posts are endorsed by NUJS, or the CLS; these are purely for academic discussion and to encourage thought.