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Articles In Academic And Professional Journals And Law Reviews

  1. Corruption in India: A Violation of Human Rights”, UC DAVIS LAW REVIEW, Volume 49, No.2, (December 2015), UC Davis Law School.

  2. “Future of Collegium System”, ECONOMIC & POLITICAL WEEKLY, Volume L, No. 48, (November 2015).

  3. “Question of Constitutionality”, ECONOMIC & POLITICAL WEEKLY, Volume L, No.26 & 27, (June 2015).

  4. “Human Rights Crisis of Public Health Policy: Comparative Perspectives on the Protection and Promotion of Economic and Social Rights”, INDIAN JOURNAL OF INTERNATIONAL LAW, Volume, Issue, (2013), Indian Society of International Law.

  5. “Legal Education, Globalization, and Institutional Excellence: Challenges for the Rule of Law and Access to Justice in India”, INDIANA JOURNAL OF GLOBAL LEGAL STUDIES, Volume 20, Issue 1 (2013), Indiana University Maurer School of Law, pp.1-32.

  6. “Human Rights and Human Security Implications of Disasters: Critical Perspectives on Law and Governance”, Volume 11, 2012, JOURNAL OF THE NATIONAL HUMAN RIGHTS COMMISSION, INDIA”, National Human Rights Commission, pp.129-148.

  7. “Challenges of Corruption and Good Governance: A Human Rights Perspective”, JINDAL JOURNAL OF PUBLIC POLICY, Volume 1, Issue 1, August 2012, Jindal School of Government and Public Policy.

  8. “Corruption and the Crisis of Governance in India”, GLOBAL-IS-ASIAN, October-December 2011, pp.10-11, Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy, National University of Singapore.

  9. “Promoting Transparency and Good Governance”, SEMINAR 625, September 2011, pp. 70-73.

  10. “Delays in Process, Denial of Justice: The Jurisprudence and Empirics of Speedy Trials in Comparative Perspective”, GEORGETOWN JOURNAL OF INTERNATIONAL LAW, Vol. 42, 2011, pp.747-784 (co-author).

  11. “Corruption, Development and Good Governance: Challenges for Promoting Access to Justice in Asia”, Volume 16, 2008, Issue 3, MICHIGAN STATE JOURNAL OF INTERNATIONAL LAW, pp.475-572, Michigan State University College of Law, United States of America.

  12. “National Human Rights Institutions (NHRIs) and Economic, Social and Cultural Rights: Toward the Institutionalization and Developmentalization of Human Rights”, Volume 28, Number 2, August 2006, HUMAN RIGHTS QUARTERLY, pp.755-779, The John Hopkins University Press, United States of America.

  13. “Global Responses to Terrorism and National Insecurity: Ensuring Security, Development and Human Rights”, Volume 12, Number 1, Fall 2005, ILSA JOURNAL OF INTERNATIONAL & COMPARATIVE LAW, pp. 99-123, United States of America.

  14. “Corruption, Human Rights, and Development: Sovereignty and State Capacity to Promote Good Governance”, 2006, 99 ASIL PROCEEDINGS 416, March 30-April 2, 2005, Proceedings of the Ninety-Ninth Annual Meeting of the American Society of International Law, New World Order or a World in Disorder? Testing the Limits of International Law, Sovereignty and the State in Asia: The Challenges of the Emerging International Order.

  15. “Human Rights Implications of National Security Laws in India: Combating Terrorism while Preserving Civil Liberties”, Volume 33:2, 2005, DENVER JOURNAL OF INTERNATIONAL LAW AND POLICY, pp.195-222, Denver Law School, United States of America.

  16. “Developmentalising Human Rights to Promote Corruption-Free Governance”, 2005, ISIL PROCEEDINGS, Proceedings of the Second International Conference of the Indian Society of International Law (ISIL), New Delhi, India.

  17. “Institutionalisation of Human Rights in Asia: Developmentalizing Rights to Promote Good Governance”, Volume 12, No.2, LexisNexis, 2004, ASIA PACIFIC LAW REVIEW, pp.143-159, School of Law, City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, China.

  18. “Protecting Human Rights while Ensuring Corruption-Free Governance: The Need for Establishing Hong Kong’s Independent Human Rights Commission” (Part 1), Viewpoint, September 2004, HONG KONG LAWYER, pp.99-106, The Law Society of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, China. Web:

  19. “Protecting Human Rights while Ensuring Corruption-Free Governance: The Need for Establishing Hong Kong’s Independent Human Rights Commission” (Part 2), Viewpoint, October 2004, HONG KONG LAWYER, pp.92-98, The Law Society of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, China. Web:

  20. “Developing a Human Rights Culture in Hong Kong: Creating a Framework for Establishing the Independent Human Rights Commission”, Volume 11, Issue 2, Spring 2004, TULSA JOURNAL OF COMPARATIVE AND INTERNATIONAL LAW, pp.101-130, Tulsa Law School, United States of America.

  21. “Corruption in Japan: Institutionalizing the Right to Information, Transparency and the Right to Corruption-Free Governance”, Volume 10, Number 1, May 2004, NEW ENGLAND JOURNAL OF INTERNATIONAL AND COMPARATIVE LAW, pp.1-30, New England School of Law, United States of America.

  22. “International Human Rights Perspectives on the Fundamental Right to Education: Integration of Human Rights and Human Development in the Indian Constitution”, Volume 12, Spring 2004, TULANE JOURNAL OF INTERNATIONAL AND COMPARATIVE LAW, pp.237-285, Tulane Law School, United States of America.

  23. “Human Rights Approaches of Corruption Control Mechanisms: Enhancing the Hong Kong Experience of Corruption Prevention Strategies”, Volume 5, 2004, SAN DIEGO INTERNATIONAL LAW JOURNAL, pp.323-351, University of San Diego School of Law, United States of America.

  24. “Moving Beyond Constitutionalization and Judicial Protection of Human Rights - Building on the Hong Kong Experience of Civil Society Empowerment”, 2003, Volume 26, Issue Two, LOYOLA OF LOS ANGELES INTERNATIONAL AND COMPARATIVE LAW REVIEW, pp.285-318, Loyola Law School, United States of America.

  25. “National Human Rights Institutions: Good Governance Perspectives on Institutionalization of Human Rights”, Volume 19, Number 2, 2003, AMERICAN UNIVERSITY INTERNATIONAL LAW REVIEW, pp.259-300, American University, Washington College of Law, United States of America.

  26. “An Opinion on the Depayin Massacre as a Crime Against Humanity”, December 2003, Volume 2, No.6, ARTICLE 2, pp.28-31, Asian Legal Resource Centre (co-authored). Web:

  27. “Corruption and Human Rights: Promoting Transparency in Governance and the Fundamental Right to Corruption-Free Service in India”, Fall 2003, Volume 17, No.1, COLUMBIA JOURNAL OF ASIAN LAW, pp.31-72, Columbia Law School, United States of America.

  28. “Human Rights Accountability of Transnational Corporations and Business Enterprises: Governance Perspectives”, Volume 6, Issue 3, September 2003, CORPORATE GOVERNANCE INTERNATIONAL, pp.15-27, The Hong Kong Institute of Company Secretaries (HKICS), Sweet & Maxwell Asia, Hong Kong.

  29. “State Torture in India: Strategies for Resistance and Reparation”, Volume 5, No.2, August 2003, THE AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL OF ASIAN LAW, pp. 160-183, Faculty of Law, The University of Melbourne, Australia.

  30. “The Development of International Human Rights Law in National Judiciaries: The Indian Experience”, Volume 19, July 2003, ANNUAL REPORT OF THE INSTITUTE OF JURISPRUDENCE, pp.75-91, Faculty of Law, Meiji Gakuin University (MGU), Tokyo, Japan.

  31. “The Scars of the SARS: Balancing Human Rights and Public Health Concerns”, May 2003, HONG KONG LAWYER, pp.58-67, The Law Society of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, China (co-author). Web:

  32. “International Law and Human Rights Dimensions of Nuclear Weapons”, April 2003, JOURNAL OF THE INTERNATIONAL PEACE RESEARCH INSTITUTE (PRIME), pp. 73-89, Faculty of International Studies, Meiji Gakuin University, Tokyo, Japan.

  33. “The Benefit of a Corruption-free Society”, Viewpoint, December 2002, HONG KONG LAWYER, pp.39-46, The Law Society of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, China. Web:

  34. “Role and Contribution of National Human Rights Commissions in Promoting National and International Human Rights Norms in the National Context”, Vol. XLVII, No.2, April-June 2001, INDIAN JOURNAL OF PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION, pp.222-236, New Delhi, India.

  35. Gender Justice Perspectives on Crimes against Women in India”, Volume 26(1&2), January & July 1998, INDIAN JOURNAL OF CRIMINOLOGY, pp.1-21, University of Madras, India (co-author).

  36. “Emergence and Evolution of Victim Justice Perspectives in India”, Volume 25(2) July 1997, INDIAN JOURNAL OF CRIMINOLOGY, pp.71-82, University of Madras, India.

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