| Changing Conceptions of Justice And Globalised Legal Order

Course Information

  • 2021-22
  • LL.M.
  • Nov 2021
  • Core Course

This course seeks to provide an understanding of the conceptions of justice in the evolution of globalized legal order with the knowledge and analytical skills of appreciating the basic frame work of the actual working of the regime, as well as the Institutions at the International, regional and National level. The content of the course is primarily intended to furnish the practitioners of law with philosophical moorings of renowned Jurists and scholars, economic perspectives, human rights perspectives and judicial interpretations about the subject directed to ameliorate the prevalent injustices and divisions in the Global arena.

The course objectives as well as the evaluation process motivate the methodology adopted; hence it is unique in many respects. The area of Conceptions of justice, legal order in the Globalized world is an evolving dynamic discipline and this is one of the exceptional fields of law which demands an interdisciplinary approach. Problems of Justice and legal order, as we have seen, are irretrievably intertwined with issues of economics, politics, social justice, trade issues, human rights challenges and the like.

The course is designed to be interactive in the form of class discussions and presentations, multidisciplinary and to draw richly from the field of experiences in the understanding of this ever expanding subject.


Prof. (Dr.) T. Ramakrishna, National Law School University of India (NLSIU)
Dr. T. Ramakrishna

Chair Professor, IPR