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Hybrid Symposium (online & in-person)

Symposium: Diversity in the Indian Legal & Judicial Profession

A symposium funded by the Reid Research Fund of the Royal Holloway (University of London) to examine diversity challenges in the Indian legal and judicial profession and to explore the notions of merit and exclusion.

Symposium: Diversity in the Indian Legal & Judicial Profession
Symposium: Diversity in the Indian Legal & Judicial Profession

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12 jun 2024, 9:30 GMT+1 – 13 jun 2024, 16:30 GMT+1

Hybrid Symposium (online & in-person)

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TOPIC: DIVERSITY IN LEGAL & JUDICIAL PROFESSION AND THE POLITICS OF MERIT AND EXCLUSION IN INDIA

Broad Themes (this is not an exhaustive list):

1. Gender, Sexuality and Judging

2. Caste and Higher Judiciary

3. Race, Religion, Ethnicity and Legal Profession

4. Social and Cultural Capital in the Legal Profession

5. Judicial Independence and Executive Interference

6. Judicial Appointments and the Collegium System

7. Inequality, Judiciary and Reform

8. Politics of Merit, Affirmative Action, and Judicial Recruitments

9. Ideology in Judicial Decision-making and Autocratic Legalism

10. Lawyers & Judges in Visual and Popular Culture

11. Legal Education in the Era of Neoliberalism

12. Data and Datafication of Judiciary

Please send your 500-word abstract by 19 April (Friday) 2024 (with full name, profession, institutional affiliation, paper title) covering one or more of the mentioned themes to: symposiumindianjudiciary.rhul@gmail.com. We encourage Doctoral students and Early Career Researchers (ECRs) to participate and submit research works from any disciplinary, methodological, and theoretical perspective within Social Sciences and Humanities.

Paper (work in progress of around 3000 – 5000 words) Submission: 31 May (Friday) 2024

Symposium Dates: 12 June (Wednesday) – 13 June (Thursday) 2024

Venue: Royal Holloway, University of London, London, UK

Mode: Hybrid (in-person & online)

NOTE: Limited travel allowance would be available for Doctoral students & ECRs from the UK/EU (Please include an expression of interest for travel support in your abstract submission).

Convenors: Dr. Shailesh Kumar (Lecturer in Law) & Arvind Kumar (Lecturer in Criminology and Sociology), Department of Law and Criminology, Royal Holloway, University of London.

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