Law and Society: Strategy for Policy Choice-2001
The work on ‘Law and Society’ is a legal anthology on the contemporary issues that draw sufficient attention of the brain-trust of the day. Alternatives and creative approaches devised for understanding quite some of the high-profile a wider profile of options. Intelligent human actions-social or legal or quasi-political-are the consequences of sensible choice. The year 2001 literally is impregnated with optimism, success and development. The work incorporates an erudite Foreword from a Judge of the Supreme Court of India, ‘dialektike Techne’ in lieu of an introduction three parts-Justicing, Researchers and Contemporary issues like the federal crisis, experiences-followed by appendices of considerable importance. The creative justicing in Indian Supreme Court, national policy-making in American Supreme Court and public interest litigation are found in the first part. The unconventional legal inquiries, studies in human rights and the banning of human torture are in Part II. The last part borders on star wars. Third world constitutional issues in India, the constitutional and federal questions elsewhere among others. hese issues are provoking the think-tanks who have indicated significant concern over the human causes, pluralistic policy a national questions just to cite a few. It is time to look around the emerging edge of the next century. Sociology of Law acquires newer perspectives and premises.
A graduate is since and law, Dr. Naorem Sanajaoba (b. 1945) had post-graduated in Law from Poona University and earned the Doctor of Philosophy (Law) from Gauhati University. A member of nearly a dozen international and national legal forums of repute, he had contributed seven to eight dozen research and socio-legal papers and articles in a number of national, regional and international conferences or forums. His published work are: ‘Industrial Tribunal-working, Procedure, Judicial Trends’, ‘Socio-legal Problems and Developing Society’. He has edited with an introduction and article of his own, ‘Basic Issues on Centre State Relation’. He has edited three volumes of History and a book of Treaties. Volume I of Manipur: past and present was published in January 1988 and vol. II in 1991. Currently, he is the Head of the Post Graduate Department of Law of the University of Gauhati. Dr. Naorem Sanajaoba who is currently working on Legal Philosophy, Social Sciences, Interdisciplinary Researchers among others, takes keen interest in creative studies and writings.
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