Panels

The LASS conference consists of 35 panels spread over seven sessions. The complete panel-wise list is given below, with links to panel details and session information.

You may also download a consolidated document containing all panel descriptions and paper abstracts (large file, 114 pages).

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  • Dalits and the Law [details] [session]
  • Dialogue on Empire and Law [details] [session]
  • Gender, Law and Agrarian Relations: Panel in the Honour of Jayoti Gupta [details] [session]
  • The Germinal Contribution of J.M. Duncan Derrett to the Study of South Asian Comparative Law and Social Change [details] [session]
  • Independent Regulatory Agencies in India: Origins, Politics and Practice [details] [session]
  • Interrogating the Governance of Intimate Violence: Social Movements, State Presences, Legal Processes, 1 [details] [session]
  • Interrogating the Governance of Intimate Violence: Social Movements, State Presences, Legal Processes, 2 [details] [session]

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  • Labour Rights, Livelihoods and Mass Displacement of Peoples in Contemporary Contexts of Globalisation, 1 [details] [session]
  • Labour Rights, Livelihoods and Mass Displacement of Peoples in Contemporary Contexts of Globalisation, 2 [details] [session]
  • Law, Justice and Politics in South Asia, 1 [details] [session]
  • Law, Justice and Politics in South Asia, 2 [details] [session]
  • Law’s Violence [details] [session]
  • Learning from Gujarat 2002: Scope of the Criminal Justice System to Address Mass Crimes [details] [session]
  • Mobility and Movement in South Asian Legal History [details] [session]
  • Normality of Custodial Violence: Collusive Strategies of Policing Desires, 1 [details] [session]
  • Normality of Custodial Violence: Collusive Strategies of Policing Desires, 2 [details] [session]
  • Of Love, Hate and Gossip in the Shadow Worlds of Law [details] [session] [session]

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  • Political Theologies and the Postcolonial State [details] [session]
  • Property Rights, Labour, and Displacement [details] [session]
  • Queer Perspectives on the Law: Developments since 2006 [details] [session]
  • Rethinking the Regulation of Sex Work - Reflections on the Indian Sex Work Debates [details] [session]
  • Terror, Law and Bio-politics: Exploring Extraordinariness, 1 [details] [session]
  • Terror, Law and Bio-politics: Exploring Extraordinariness, 2 [details] [session]
  • Transition and Transformation: Law, Politics, and the State, 1942-52 [details] [session]
  • Water Law Reforms in India: an analysis [details] [session]