The Constitutional Law Society at
National Law University, Jodhpur was founded in the year 2018 by Mr. Swapnil
Tripathi (batch of 2019) to encourage discussion and deep routed understanding
in the subject of Constitutional Law. The Society aims to cover aspects of the
subject which cannot/are not in the class room due to several constraints. The
Society undertakes several activities in the form of special lectures,
competitions and general student discussions that augment and further the
understanding of the students in the field of Constitutional Law.
Since its establishment in January,
2018 the Society has successfully organized Guest Lectures by Ms. Shylashri
Shankar (Senior Fellow, Centre for Policy Research) who spoke on ‘From
Parliamentary Sovereignty to Activist Courts and Back.. and Back Again: The
Tale of Indian Constitutionalism’ and Mr. Sandeep Suresh (Faculty Member,
Jindal Global Law School), who addressed the students on ‘Gun Control in USA
and the 2nd Amendment: The Implications’.
The Society also started a novel
initiative in the form of Student Lecture Series wherein the students of the 4th
and 5th year, take special lectures for the junior batches. Under
the Series, a lecture on ‘History of Racial Discrimination in Education in the
US: The Journey to the Present’ was organized.
The Society has also organized the 1st
Intra-University Constitutional Law Judgment Writing Competition, 2018 wherein
the students of the University wrote judgments on a factual proposition on the
niche area of privacy law. The winners received prizes in the form of leading
books on Constitutional Law and Letters of Appreciation, penned by Prof. I.P.
Massey, Dean (Faculty of Law).
the Society is organizing the 1st Inter-University Constitutional
Law Judgment Writing Competition, 2018 wherein students from law schools across
the countries will be penning down judgments on a niche area of Constitutional
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from the above, the Society organizes regular Panel Discussions wherein
contemporary judgments of the Supreme Court and the High Courts are discussed
and debated upon. The Society has also started a YouTube Series titled ‘Intra-Vires’ wherein members of the
Society discuss key Constitutional Law Decisions rendered by the Hon’ble
Supreme Court of India and explain it in a manner suited for a common man’s
Society is the first in the University to draft and adopt its own Constitution,
which governs and regulates its proceedings and working. The Constitution has
been adopted in an official ceremony wherein it was signed by the Hon’ble Vice
Chancellor, Registrar, Dean (Faculty of Law), Asst. Dean (Faculty of Law),
Faculty Advisor and the Founding Convenor.
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