ISSN (Print) - 0012-9976 | ISSN (Online) - 2349-8846

Articles By Reservation

A Passing of the Past, An Epistolary Rumination 1/n Caste and Legal Education

This article builds on letter writing as a discursive method to engage with university systems, administrators and communities more widely—especially students currently enrolled in law schools, colleges, faculty and practitioners of law—about structural inequalities that are embedded within educational institutions. Making a case for more caste-conscious approaches to legal education, this article critically examines gaps in legal education, especially those that relate to caste, reservation quotas, epistemology and method, and suggests constructive ways of bridging those gaps.

Anti-Conversion Laws

Conversion in India is a debate which goes back to the formation of the Constitution, which explicitly states the freedom of individuals to choose their religion. States are now bringing in laws which make it harder for people to convert their religion. In this reading list, we delve into the issue of conversion and anti-conversion law.