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Workshop on “Indian Constitution in 2022: Judicial Perspectives” [26th January]

The Society for Constitutional Law Discussion is organizing a workshop on “Indian Constitution in 2022: Judicial Perspectives” on the occasion of Republic Day i.e., 26th January, 2022

About the Workshop/ Concept Note

The Supreme Court of India has time and again maintained that the Constitution is a living or organic document and is not meant to be confined in its interpretation; it was drafted to survive for, without any summit clause. Supreme Court and several High Courts have mandated that the chapter on Fundamental Rights in the Constitution is sacrosanct, and the Constitution is important because it protects individual freedom. The word judicial activism has become a common discussion point with the people appalled on orders of the court on the issues concerning covid-19, elections amidst the pandemic, unconstitutionality of State OBC List, the contempt petitions, central vista project, farms bill and many such contemporary socio-legal issues. The workshop shall discuss the wider interpretation of the Constitution by the Apex Court and the relevance of the Indian Constitution in the contemporary world.

About the Resource Person

Abhinav K Shukla is a Hidayatullah National Law University graduate with honours in Constitutional Governance and Corporate Laws. He did his master's in law from O.P. Jindal Global University in Constitutional Laws and a distinction in GST Laws. He has been mentoring the CLAT aspirants since 2015. He has worked as a faculty, mentor, and national anchor with leading CLAT preparation institutions. He has also worked as Assistant Professor of Law at Amity University Chhattisgarh. He is a member of the Editorial Board of ‘The Exordium: Journal of Socio-Contemporary Issues’. He writes columns and articles for national newspapers: The Daily Guardian, The Pioneer New Delhi, The Hitavada.

He is presently working as Assistant Professor of Law at Hidayatuallah National Law University. He is also a faculty member of the Moot Court Committee, Internship Recruitment Committee and the Alumni Affairs Committee at HNLU.


“Indian Constitution in 2022: Judicial Perspectives”

General Details

  1. Date: January 26, 2022

  2. Time: 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM

  3. Platform: Online (Link to be sent to the registered students)

Registration Details

Interested participants can visit our website for registration or Register Here.


A certificate of Participation shall be provided to the participants.

Contact Information

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