- 22 Sep 2022
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The Constitution Bench conundrum: Why clarity before action is needed
As important as it is to expeditiously dispose the pending Constitution Bench matters, it is critical that the Supreme Court settles the jurisprudence on what in fact constitutes a Constitution Bench matter.
This opinion was published in Bar & Bench on September 22, 2022.
About the Authors
Jyotika is a Research Fellow with the Justice, Access, and Lowering Delays (JALDI) team at Vidhi. She completed her B.A.LLB. from ILS Law College and went on to pursue her Master's from the Tata Institute of Social Sciences. She has worked extensively within the Juvenile Justice System as part of her fieldwork at TISS. Her interests lie at the intersection of law, research, and advocacy and include Criminal law, Criminology, and Human Rights law. When not working, Jyotika enjoys reading, painting, and spending time with cats.
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