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After the immense success and appreciation of the many lecture-series, LCD MCS is organizing one another Event in the presence of an erudite scholar of Constitutional law.  In the words of Dr. Justice T. Kochu Thommen, “Affirmative action is not merely compensatory justice, which it is, but is also distributive justice seeking to ensure that community resources are more equitably and justly shared among all classes of citizens.”  The main focus through this lecture is to understand the affirmative action and its importance in justice system in two great jurisdictions i.e. India and the U.S.

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Session Details:

Dated: October 3, 2020

Time: 11:30 AM

Topic: Affirmative Action in India and the U.S.

Speaker: Dr. Abhinav Chandrachud (Advocate, Bombay HC | Author & Constitutional Scholar)




(Advocate, Bombay High Court | Author & Constitutional Scholar)

Dr. Abhinav Chandrachud has been a practicing advocate at the Bombay High Court since 2014.

Dr. Chandrachud completed his Bachelor's Degree in law from GLC, Mumbai in the year 2008 and his Masters in law from Harvard Law School in the year 2009. He then worked for a couple of years as an Associate Attorney at Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher LLP. Later on, he went to complete his J.S.M (Master of Science of Law) from Stanford Law School in the year 2012, followed by his doctorate (J.S.D.) in 2014 from the same law school.

He is an erudite scholar of Constitutional Law and has authored six books, focusing on subjects like freedom of speech and religion- including Republic of Rhetoric: Free Speech in India, Supreme Whispers: Conversations with the Judges of the Supreme Court of India, among others. Recently, his Master's Thesis from Stanford Law School, "The Informal Constitution" also got published. He is a distinguished legal scholar who regularly contributes in the legal academia through his writing and lectures.