Socio-Legal Review (SLR), the inter-disciplinary, peer-reviewed and student edited journal published by the National Law School of India University (NLSIU) and Sage Publications, the independent international publisher of books, journal and international media have announced the 1st Annual SLR – Sage Essay Competition.
Participants have to write the essay on any one of the following:
1. John Milbank argues that, “Liberal principles will always ensure that the rights of the individual override those of the group.” For this reason, he concludes, “liberalism cannot defend corporate religious freedom.” Discuss the 2010 Babri Masjid verdict in light of this statement.
2. The Bhopal Gas Tragedy: On Whether and How the Indian Companies Act, 1956 can be used to make a case for imposing social responsibility on corporations?
3. Are Whistleblowers the New Age Journalists? Critique in Light of WikiLeaks.
First Prize: 10000 INR
Second Prize: 5000 INR
Third Prize: 2500 INR
All three essays will be published on SLR’s website: www.sociolegalreview.in.
1. Submissions should be sent as soft copies to “