On the tenth episode of Justify: A PIL too far? ft. Anuj Bhuwania

Round Up the procedural aspects of the Nirbhaya case. Why have the convicts not been hanged yet? What is the cause of this inordinate delay? [starts at 1:08]

Deep Dive into Public Interest Litigation jurisprudence in India. What was the genesis of this novel form of adjudication? Where is it headed? A critical analysis awaits. [starts at 11:28]

Listen in to a Tete-a-tete with Anuj Bhuwania, the author of “Courting the People”, the seminal treatise on PILs. The conversation focuses on Mr. Bhuwania’s experiences while writing the book and his opinion on the present status of PILs. [starts at 15:58]

As always, write to us at justify@vidhilegalpolicy.in with the answer in our weekly legal quiz CLATTER, and stand a chance to win a thousand rupee Amazon voucher. Last week’s winner was Pankaj Yadav and the right answer was the Gilgit Scouts from Jammu and Kashmir.

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