Topic: "Due Process of Law vis-à-vis Procedure Established by Law"
Date: July 24, 2021 (Saturday)
Time: 5 PM IST
Mr. Pawan Reley
About Speaker: Mr. Pawan Reley is an Advocate, Supreme Court of India. He is also Co-founder of NIEV, Judicial Education. He has also authored a book analysing the constitution validity of the 99th Constitutional Amendment in the light of NJAC Verdict, 2015 namely "Iudexcracy vs Democracy: Re-visiting Fourth Judge Case". He has published more than 25 articles analysing the constitutional validity of various laws in various prestigious platforms.
Moderator: Ms. Ridhi Jindal, COO, Lawinternships
Mode: Online mode via Zoom App
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About the webinar:
The object of the Webinar is to analyse the real problems and legal intricacies involved in these concepts. The debate on the topic that whether India follow the due process of law or procedure established by law has been going on for the time commencement of the Constitution of India. Further, the Hon'ble Supreme in many of its judgements has set the law that India now follows the due process of law however, there is still confusion on the point of "Substantive due process of law" and "Procedural due process of law".
The speaker in this webinar, in simplest way possible, explain the differences between Substantive due process of law" and "Procedural due process of law" on one side and "Procedure established by law" on the other.
The Speaker will also take the viewers through the following points/topics in order to make them understand the concept:
i. Fourth and Fourteenth Amendment of US Constitution;
ii. Indian Constitution Assembly Debates;
iii. A.K. Gopalan Vs State of Madras , 1950 SCR 88 (Dissent of Justice Fazal Ali);
iv. Maneka Gandhi Vs UOI, (1978) 1 SCC 248;
v. Sunil Batrta Vs UT of Delhi, (1978) 4 SCC 494 ;
vi. Bachan Singh Vs UOI, (1980) 2 SCC 684;
vii. Mithu Vs State of Punjab, (1983) 2 SCC 277;
viii. Moh Arif Vs Supreme Court of India, (2014) 5 SCC (Crl) 408;
ix. Rajbala Vs State of Haryana, (2016) 2 SCC 445;
x. Justice K.S. Puttaswamy (Retd.) and anr. Vs UOI, (2017) 10 SCC 1.