Tag: law and public policy

  • Parliamentary Privileges: Essential for an Empowered Legislature or Abuse of Power?

    Parliamentary Privileges: Essential for an Empowered Legislature or Abuse of Power?

    The term privilege can be defined as an exemption, special right, advantage or immunity to a particular person or group of persons in a layperson’s terms. In law, privilege is an advantage enjoyed by a person or an association where people are exempted from some duty, burden, attendance or liability. Parliamentary Privileges are certain rights […]

  • Understanding the Law and Policy Interface in India

    Understanding the Law and Policy Interface in India

    For delving deeper into the domain of Public Policy it is necessary to fully understand the interface between law and policy. However, when deciphering the policy landscape concerning the law, several questions dealing with the interrelation of law and policy tend to confuse us. To simplify and demystify the law and policy interface, let’s try […]