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.
The Indian Law Review is pleased to announce the results of its inaugural Best Article Prize 2019. The Prize Committee was convened by our former Editor Prof Dev Gangjee, and comprised the following members of our Advisory Board : Prof Srimati Basu, Prof Theunis Reux, Mr Suhrith Parthasarathy, Mr Trideep Pais, and Mr Saurabh Bhattacharjee. The Committee made its recommendations to the Editorial Board after taking comments of several other Advisory Board members into account. We are very grateful to all of them for undertaking this task with rigour, responsibility, and thoughtfulness. Many congratulations to the winners.
|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|