Book by William Hubbard and Colleagues Examines Diversity on India’s Supreme Court

SC reflects India’s religious diversity but not gender & caste diversity, says new book

Appointments to the Supreme Court (SC) have represented the religious diversity of India, but there has been little caste and gender diversity in the top court, according to a new study whose findings are being presented in a book titled Court on Trial.

The book presents a data-driven account of the Supreme Court of India, and proposes a practical agenda for reform. It has been authored by Aparna Chandra, associate professor of law at National Law School of India University in Bengaluru, Sital Kalantry, professor of law and associate dean at Seattle University School of Law, and William H.J. Hubbard, professor of law at University of Chicago Law School.

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