Panels

The LASS conference consists of 49 panels spread over eight sessions, along with three plenary sessions. The complete panel-wise list is given below, with links to panel details and session information. See the downloadable schedule and conference brochure for additional details.

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  • Adivasis in the Interstices of Law in Jharkhand [details] [session]
  • Affective Leadership: Balagopal and the Reimagining of Judicial Activism, Human Rights, and the State [details] [session]
  • Affective Life of Law and Justice [details] [session]
  • After the Naz Judgment: Examining Legal Controversies and Debates in the Wake of Section 377 [details] [session]
  • Authorising Culture: The Challenges of (and to) Property [details] [session]
  • Comparative Law in South Asia [details] [session]
  • Contemporary Agrarian Radicalism and Speaking Subjects of Indian Democracy [details] [session]
  • Courting the City: Law and the (Un)Making of Millennial Delhi [details] [session]
  • Court-ing Law: Ethnographies of Court Practice [details] [session]

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  • Religion and Constitutionalism in India [details] [session]
  • Resolving Disputes and Dispensing Justice beyond the Courts [details] [session]
  • Restitution of Conjugal Rights in Indian Matrimonial Law: What is its History, How is it Used, How Does it Impact Women's Rights and How is it Viewed from the Bench? [details] [session]
  • Rethinking the State, Development and the National Question in Sri Lanka [details] [session]
  • Rights Discourses [details] [session]
  • Sight Me If You Can: The Law in the Everyday [details] [session]
  • Social Values, Law and Women's Rights in Bangladesh [details] [session]
  • Spaces of Displacement and Futures in Law [details] [session]
  • Speaking Evidence, Making Secrets [details] [session]
  • Subalternity and Religion: The Prehistory of Dalit Empowerment in South Asia [details] [session]
  • Theatres of Justice [details] [session]
  • Water Law and Water Policy: Relationship in the Context of Water Law Reforms [details] [session]
  • Werner Gephart Panel [details] [session]
  • Who's AADHAAR is it anyway? Reflections on the UID debate [details] [session]