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Domination, Democracy, and Constitutional Political Economy in the New Gilded Age: Towards a Fourth Wave of Legal Realism?

Texas Law Review, vol. 94 (2016), pp. 1329-59

What is the role of the constitution and constitutionalism in the current debate over economic inequality?   Drawing on Progressive Era political thought, especially reinterpreting the dawn of the legal realist movement, this paper offers a moral framework for conceptualizing today’s inequality crisis, and a theory of social change that links law, constitutionalism, public policy, and social movements. 355 more words

Democracy

Merits tests amended from 22nd July

Following its successful appeal in IS in the Court of Appeal, the LAA announced that it would no longer fund cases that were “poor” or “borderline”. 181 more words

Civil

Drawbridge or floodgates? Brexit's effect on the migration of EU nationals to the UK

[This is a guest post by Miriam Carrion Benitez, an immigration barrister at the 36 Group. Miriam is an EU national with particular interest in the effect of Brexit on migration, trade and policy… 778 more words

Immigration Law

First year law - it wasn't all late night reading cases

Having completed first-year law, I look back and see how my expectations match the experience I have had. The verdict: 10/10 would do it again… 1,766 more words

Challenges Facing The Implementation Of The Smart Cities Programme

By Akhil Deo

Introduction- Why we need smart cities

The 11th Five year plan highlighted that urbanization would be the key indicator of socio-economic development and that cities will be the locus and engine of economic growth over the next two decades. 3,044 more words

Public Law

The Need To Introduce Reforms In Legal Education

By Trishna Das

In order to revolutionize legal education in India, the Bar Council of India begun the five-year integrated Course as the only BCI recognized law course in 1982. 1,369 more words

Public Law

The Position of Foreign Law Firms In India

By Arpit Sinhal

The Advocates Act, 1961 (“Advocates Act”) is a law enacted to provide one class of legal practitioners, specifying academic and professional qualifications necessary for enrolling as a practitioner of Indian Law. 604 more words

Corporate Law