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Talk by Upendra Baxi


Tenth Anniversary Talk: "The Indian Constitution as an Act of Theft and the Theft of the Indian Constitution: A Retrospect on Indian Constitutionalism"
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Starts on 08 September 2008 Tenth Anniversary Talk: "The Indian Constitution as an Act of Theft and the Theft of the Indian Constitution: A Retrospect on Indian Constitutionalism"

 

 

Professor Upendra Baxi, currently (since 1996) Professor of Law in Development, University of Warwick, served as Professor of Law, University of Delhi (1973-1996) and as its Vice Chancellor (1990-1994.) He as also served as: Vice Chancellor, University of South Gujarat, Surat (1982-1985), Honorary Director (Research) The Indian Law Institute (1885-1988.) He was the President of the Indian Society of International Law (1992-1995.) 

 

Professor Baxi graduated from Rajkot (Gujarat University), read law in University of Bombay, and holds LLM degrees from University of Bombay and University of California at Berkeley, which also awarded him with a Doctorate in Juristic Sciences.

He has been awarded Honorary Doctorates in Law by the National Law School University of India, Bangalore, and the University of La Trobe, Melbourne.

 

Professor Baxi has taught various courses in law and science, comparative constitutionalism and social theory of human rights at Universities of Sydney, Duke University, Washington College of Law, The American University; Global Law Program New York University Law School’ and at the University of Toronto. He was recently invited to deliver the Keynote Address at the international conferences of the Law and Society Association at Baltimore, the Critical Legal Studies Conference, Hyderabad, ad Julius Stone Birth Centenary event, University of Sydney. 

 

His leading publications include: The Indian Supreme Court and Politics (1980); The Crisis of the Indian Legal System (1982); Courage, Craft and Contention: The Indian Supreme Court in Mid-Eighties (1985); Towards a Sociology of Indian Law (1986); Liberty and Corruption: The Antualy Case and Beyond (1990); Marx, Law, and Justice: Indian Perspectives (1993); Inhuman Wrongs and Human Rights (1994); Mambrino’s Helmet? Human Rights for a Changing World (1994.) He has edited a number of volumes, including the Bhopal Case trilogy, published by the Indian Law Institute and Law and Poverty: Critical Essays (1989.) 

 

Professor Baxi was invited to deliver a course of lectures by The Hague Academy of Private International Law, now published as Mass Torts, Multinational Enterprise Liability and Private International Law (2000.)  His most recent books include The Future of Human Rights (2008, 3rd edition) and Human Rights in a Posthuman World: Critical Essays (2007.). 

 

Professor Baxi has innovated social action litigation (miscalled as ‘public interest litigation’) before the Supreme Court of India. He has endeavoured to combine human and social rights activism with an active law teaching and research career. 

 




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