Demosprudence and Socially Responsible/Response-Able Criticism: The NJAC Decision and Beyond

Demosprudence and Socially Responsible/Response-Able Criticism: The NJAC Decision and Beyond

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Volume 9 Issue 3-4 ()

It is a proud privilege and great pleasure to be invited to deliver this Dr. Durga Das Basu Endowment Lecture at the West Bengal National University of Juridical Sciences (‘WBNUJS’). I deeply thank Professor (Dr.) Ishwara Bhat for inviting me so graciously. He has done an inestimable service by editing Durga Das Basu’s Limited Government and Judicial Review (Tagore Law Lectures) and also in bringing together many past memorial lectures, under the provocative book titled Constitutionalism and Constitutional Pluralism. The WBNUJS is indeed fortunate to have his able, scholarly, and continuing leadership…

Cite as: Professor Upendra Baxi, Demosprudence and Socially Responsible/Response-Able Criticism: The NJAC Decision and Beyond, 9 NUJS L. Rev. 153 (2016)

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