Aditya Prasanna Bhattacharya
Aditya is currently a Research Fellow in the Research Director's Office at the Vidhi Centre for Legal Policy. He graduated from the NLSIU Bangalore in 2021 with a BA LLB (Hons). His areas of interest include constitutional law, civil procedure, and dispute resolution. He has academic publications on constitutional law, legislative drafting, and arbitration law in journals such as Statute Law Review and Arbitration International. At Vidhi, he has been providing legislative drafting assistance to various Ministries, Departments, and Authorities of the Central Government and various State Governments.
Differentiated Case Management for Indian Judiciary
Working Paper I - A framework for Constitution Bench cases
How Rajasthan Can Make Right to Health a Reality
Two lawyers parse Rajasthan’s Right to Health bill and argue that the state must define ‘emergency’ and create a reimbursement fund
Need a Swatantra Kanoon Aayog
The Law Comission’s role needs to be made much broader, given the current backdrop— a Swatantra Kanoon Aayog Aayog should take the lead in introducing the framework for Simple, Accessible, Rational, Actionable Laws (SARAL) in India, which are in tune with the needs of the 21st century Indian and can be understood, used, and relied on by everyone