Following the success of the Public Policy Lecture Series, another student group has come forward to organize a lecture series on Constitutionalism during the present academic year.
We have started this series with a talk by Dr. Arghya Sengupta on the subject of Judicial Appointments. It was on August 3, 2016 (Wednesday) in the 11:30 AM - 1 PM slot at the SAARCLAW Centre.
Arghya holds a bachelors' degree in law from NLSIU (2008) where he graduated at the top of his class. This was followed by masters' (B.CL.) and doctoral (D.Phil) degrees in law from Oxford University. He had secured the prestigious Rhodes scholarship to study at Oxford. Later, he founded the Vidhi Centre for Legal Policy in 2013 and has become a regular contributor to national newspapers and scholarly journals. I must mention that his doctoral thesis submitted at Oxford had concentrated on the problems with judicial appointments in India.
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