Indian Law Review Best Article Prize
About the prize
The Indian Law Review Best Article Prize is awarded annually to the best article published in a given year. The articles are judged on the following criteria:
— quality of argument, insight, and analysis [academic craft and rigour]
— quality of writing [style]
— originality and contribution to existing literature [originality of content and value added]
The Prize carries a cash award of INR 25,000 which will be shared by the winning authors.
You can browse the winning articles below.
|2020 Winner||Zaid Deva||Basic without structure?: the Presidential Order of 1954 and the Indo-Jammu & Kashmir constitutional relationship;||4||2|
|2020 Winner||Preeti Pratishruti Dash||Rape adjudication in India in the aftermath of Criminal Law Amendment Act, 2013: findings from trial courts of Delhi||4||2|
|2020 Honourable Mention||Prabhash Ranjan and Pushkar Anand||Indian courts and bilateral investment treaty arbitration||4||2|
|2019 Winner||Aradhya Sethia||Where’s the Party?: Towards a Constitutional Biography of Political Partiesr||3||1|
|2019 Winner||Sanjay Jain and Shirish Deshpande||Public Law Foundations of the Doctrine of Legitimate Expectations in India||3||1|
|2019 Honorable Mention||Rahul Hemrajani and Himanshu Agarwal||A Temporal Analysis of the Supreme Court of India’s Workload||3||2|