Comparative law: Facets, nuances and intricacies
School of Business and Law
In view of the significance of the subject and the dearth of substantive literature in India, Comparative Law compiles and presents myriad stances. The chapters are conceptualized and written by members of the Indian judiciary, legal practitioners, academicians and research scholars from India and abroad. They offer a comparative outlook on a wide array of domains such as freedom of expression, sexual offences, food security, prison reforms and prisoners’ prerogatives, reproductive rights, right to information, Covid-19 pandemic, intellectual property rights and climate change. The book will be useful for those undertaking comparative research and for those with an appetite for the subject.