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Upendra Baxi on constitutionalism and legal education

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We had spoken to Prof. Upendra Baxi, one of India's pre-eminent legal scholars, on the day it was announced that he had been awarded the Padma Shri. He discussed the idea of constitutionalism, and how dragnet legislations went against it. He also spoke about his experience with legal education in India and his efforts to start NLSIU in Bangalore. Published on February 3, 2011.

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