Upen's writings: 1960-2008

 

 

Please note that this incomplete compilation is work in progress, with a fair share of egregious errors and we hope to upload as much material as we can in the coming months. This bibliographic work has been greatly assisted by Comrades Lawrence Liang, Arvind Narrain, Shruti Chitagi, Sidhartha Narrain and Raman Chima. They have done much of the material and bibliographic consolidation. Tony Blackshield found my writings from the Australian Society of Legal Philosophy and the Annual Conferences of the Australasian Universities Law Schools Association. Since Tony could not scan these articles, he typed each article painstakingly keeping intact the original appearance and retained the pagination as in the original. This labour of love from all friends, colleagues and students in actualising this compilation is stupendous and deeply touching.

 

 

 

 

Title

Year

A work in progress - the united states report to the United Nations (PDF)

 

Accumulation and legitimacy - the Indian constitution and state (PDF)

 

Accumulation and legitimacy - the Indian constitution and state (PDF)

 

Activism at crossroads with signposts (PDF)

 

At the end of his tether (PDF)

 

Beyond prostitutional platitudes (PDF)

 

Conflict of laws (PDF)

 

Constitutional changes - An analysis of the Swaran Singh committee (PDF)

 

Democracy, equality and freedom (PDF)

 

Developments in Indian administrative law (PDF)

 

From human rights to the right to be human - some heresies (PDF)

 

From takrar to karar - the lok adalat at rangpur (PDF)

 

Gender and reproductive rights in india (PDF)

 

Globalization - a world without alternatives (PDF)

 

Governance and accountability - crises and opportunities (PDF)

 

How Sobhraj became a champion of prisoners rights (PDF)

 

Human rights education - the promise of the third millenium (PDF)

 

Introduction - Creativity, craftmanship and communication (PDF)

 

Introduction - towards the revictimization of the Bhopal victims (PDF)

 

Islamization and the politics of muslim law reform (PDF)

 

Judiciary at the crossroads (PDF)

 

Kautilyan principles and the law of nations - a comment (PDF)

 

Laches and the right to constitutional remedies (PDF)

 

Law and environment - quest for environmental justice (PDF)

 

Law and state regulated capitalism in india (PDF)

 

Law of treaties in the contemporary practice of india (PDF)

 

Law, democracy and human rights (PDF)

 

Law, struggle and change - an agendum for activists (PDF)

 

Liberty, equality and justice - struggles for a new social order (PDF)

 

Mass disasters and multinational liability - the Bhopal case (PDF)

 

Memory and rightlessness (PDF)

 

New approaches to the history of international law (PDF)

 

Non-criminal lunatics in prisons - Twilight of human rights in India (PDF)

 

Notes towards a socially relevant legal education (PDF)

 

On being a teacher (PDF)

 

On being an activist judge not just an active one (PDF)

 

On the problematic distinction between legislation and adjudication (PDF)

 

Outline of a theory of practice of Indian constitutionalism (PDF)

 

Panchayat justice - an Indian experiment in legal access (PDF)

 

Popular justice, participatory development and power politics (PDF)

 

Power and social action (PDF)

 

Pre-marxist socialism and the Supreme Court of India (PDF)

 

Premises and principles - an honest citizen's guide to criminal justice system reform (PDF)

 

Professor Pradyumna Kumar Tripathi - a tribute (PDF)

 

Rechtstheorie (PDF)

 

Reflections on the sixth annual Grotius lecture (PDF)

 

Remembering Justice Hidayatullah (PDF)

 

Reservation policy and practice in india (PDF)

 

Sins of commission(s) (PDF)

 

Sociology of law and legal profession (PDF)

 

State of gujarat v. shantilal - a requiem for just compensation (PDF)

 

Struggle for implementation - some marginal notes (PDF)

 

Teaching of international law in india in 2000 A.D - some nonutopian proposals (PDF)

 

The bhopal victims in the labyrinth of the law (PDF)

 

The crisis of the indian legal system (PDF)

 

The fair name of justice - The memorable voyage of Chief Justice Chandrachud (PDF)

 

The gathering storm - resource crisis for universities (PDF)

 

The Indian supreme court and politics (PDF)

 

The just war for profit and power - the Bhopal catastrophe and the principle of double effect (PDF)

 

The new international economic order (PDF)

 

The pathology of the Indian legal professions (PDF)

 

The recovery of fire - Nehru and legitimation of power in india (PDF)

 

The shadow of law (PDF)

 

The shaking of foundations (PDF)

 

The state and human rights movements in india (PDF)

 

The Supreme Court and senior counsel at crossroads (PDF)

 

The travails of land use planning (PDF)

 

The ultra modernity of tradition (PDF)

 

Unification of private martime international law through treaties - an assessment (PDF)

 

Untouchability - Constitution, law and plan (PDF)

 

Untouchables access to water (PDF)

 

Valiant victims and lethal litigation the Bhopal case (PDF)

 

Violence, dissent and development (PDF)

 

What happens next is up to you (PDF)

 

INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON LAW AND CULTURAL DIVERSITY, AUSPICES: THE NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF JURIDICIAL SCIENCES, KOLKATTA, AND THE UNIVERSITY OF LEIPZING Valedictory Remarks (PDF)

2009

Writing about impunity and environment: the ‘silver jubilee’ of the Bhopal catastrophe (PDF)

2009

'Enculturing Law: Some Unphilosophic Remarks,' in K. Sitharaman and Mathew George (ed.) Enculturing Law (Centre for the Study of Society and Culture, Tulika Delhi)

2008

Outline of a Theory of Practice of Indian Constitutionalism, in Politics and Ethics of the Indian Constitution 92 (New Delhi: Oxford University Press).

2008

Foreword to 'Towards accountabiity for mass crimes A report of the Indian Campaign on the International Criminal Court 2000-2007, Pourichisti Wadia and Saumya Uma, (Mumbai, WRAG)

2008

12th Zakir Hussain Memorial Lecture - The Politics of Mass Cruelty and the Future of Indian Constitutionalism, Zakir Hussain College, New Delhi, February 8, 2008.

2008

Siting Truth, Justice, and Rights Amidst the Two Terror Wars, in Globalisation, Political Violence and Translation (Palgrave -Macmillan, 2008.) Final Text, March 25, 2008.

2008

'Re-Silencing Human Rights,' in Gurminder K, Bhambra and Robbie Shillman (ed.) Silencing Human Rights (Cambridge, Cambridge University Press; in press.)

2007

'The Promise and Peril of Transcendental Jurisprudence: Justice Krishna Iyer's Mortal Combat with the Production of Human Rightlesness in India,' in C. Raj Kumar and K. Chockalingam (eds.) Human Rights, Justice, and Empowerment 3-25 (2007, Delhi, Oxford University Press.)

2007

Human Rights in a Post-human World: Critical Essays (Oxford University Press)

2007

Towards a General Assembly of Peoples,' Symposium Issue Richard Falk and Andrew Strauss ed. Weidner Law Review.

2007

'Failed De-Colonization and Future of Social Rights,' in Daphne Barkarz and Ayeal Gross (ed.) Social Rights (Oxford, Oxford University Press, 2007; in press.)

2007

'The Globalization of Fatwas amidst the Terror Wars against Pluralism,' in Kebbet von Benda -Beckman et.al. (ed) Law, Power, and Control, ( in press, University of Edinburgh, 2007)

2007

'Development as a human right or as political largesse? Does it make any difference?', Founders Day Lecture [Working Paper].

2007

'What May the Third World Expect from International Law?' Special Issue: Third World Quarterly 27:713-725.

2006

Celebrating Professor M P Jain, Indian Socio-Legal Journal 32(01&02), 1 - 4.

2006

From International Law to the Law of Peoples? (Unknown publisher)

2006

Review- Jury Trials and Plea Bargaining: A True History. 2005. Mike McConville & Chester L. Mirsky. Kings College Law Journal, 17(1), 155-165

2006

The Development of the Right to Development Amidst the 'War of Terror' and the 'War on Terror': Unconventional Essays (Oxford University Press)

2006

Siting Secularism in the Uniform Civil Code,' in The Crisis of Secularism in India (Rajeswari Sunder Rajan and Anuradha Needham Ed). Durham, N.C. Duke University Press. 

2006

'A Report for all Seasons? Small Notes Towards Reading the Larger Freedom', in Human Rights and Development: Law, Policy and Governance, 495- 514, Editors: Raj Kumar C, Srivastava D K, Hong Kong: Lexis-Nexis Butterworth

2006

Dual Standards of Justice since Globalization, International Campaign for Justice in Bhopal (August 13th, 2006).

2006

Peoples' Report on Human Rights Education (edited with Kenny Ikeman, 2006, New York, People's Decade for Human Rights Education).

2006

Review- New Approaches to the History of International Law: Anthony Anghie, Imperialism, Sovereignty, and the Making of International Law and Gerry Simpson, Great Powers and Outlaw States: Unequal Sovereigns in the International Legal Order, Leiden Journal of International Law, Vol. 19, 555-566.

2006

The Zahira contempt case : Towards a legal critique, Lawyers Collective 21(10), 27 - 30

2006

 Market Fundamentalism at the Altar of Human Rights,' 3 Human Rights Review

2005

'Justice of Human Rights,' in Thomas Pantham and V.R. Mehta Ed. Modern Indian Political Thought (in press, Sage Publications)

2005

'Reflections on the Sixth Annual Grotius Lecture by Amy Chua,' 19 American University International Law Review 1255-1268.

2005

‘The Politics of Reading Human Rights,’ in Basak Çali and Saladin Meckled- Garica ed. Fin de ‘Legalization’ (in press; London, Routledge).

2005

 Cut Review- Race, Law, and Resistance by Patricia Tuitt, London: Glasshouse Press 2004, Law and Politics Book Review, Vol. 15(12) (December 2002), pp. 1044-1048.

2005

The J.P. Naik Memorial Lecture - Memory and Rightlesness, Centre for Women's Development Studies, New Delhi.

2005

'The "War on Terror" and "The War of Terror": Nomadic Multitudes, Aggressive Incumbents, and the "New" International Law: Some Prefatory Remarks,' 43, Osgoode Hall Law Journal 7-43.

2005

'Colonial Nature of the Indian Legal System', in Sociology of Law 45 (Indra Deva ed., New Delhi: Oxford University Press) (CSCS Record No. 09179).

2005

'Protection of Human Rights and Production of Human Rightlessness in India.' In Randall Peerenboom ed, Human Rights in Asia, France, and the US , in press.)

2005

'The Development of the Right to development,' contribution to international development law, the Encyclopaedia of Life support systems [Eolss Ltd. Oxford in association with UNESCO]

2005

Memory and Rightlesness: The J.P. Naik Memorial Lecture (New Delhi, Centre for Women's Development Studies.

2005

Review- Looking Back at Law's Century (Edited by Austin Sarat, Bryant Garth and Robert A. Kagan). Social & Legal Studies, 2005, 14(1), 143-144.

2005

The Bangalore Conference on Enculturing Law: A Retrospective - Introductory Speech (21st August 2005).

2005

'The Gujarat Catastrophe: Notes on Reading Politics as Democidal Rape Culture' in Kalpana Kannabiran, ed., The Violence of the Normal Times 332- 383 (New Delhi, Women Unlimited).

2005

'An Honest Citizen's Guide to Criminal Justice Reform: A Critique of the Malimath report,' in The (Malimath) Committee on Reform of

2004

'The Rule of Law in India: Theory and Practice' in Randall Peerenboom ed, Asian

2004

Keynote Address - Conference on Third World and International Order: Law, Politics, and Globalization, Osgood Hall Law School, October 12th-14th, 2004 (available in CSCS archive as Clipping Record No. A0351138).

2004

Foreword to 'The juvenile justice system in India: From welfare to rights', Ved Kumari, (New Delhi, Oxford University Press)

2004

'The 'Just War' for Profit and Power: The Bhopal Catastrophe and the Principle of Double Effect', in Lene Bomann-Larsen and Oddny Wiggen (eds.) Responsibility in World Business: Managing Harmful Side-effects of Corporate Activity' 175-201(Tokyo, The United Nations University Press)

2004

Hinduism and Human Rights: A Conceptual Approach (Author - Arvind Sharma, Editors - Upendra Baxi et al, New Delhi: Oxford University Press, 2004) (CSCS Record No. 07283, Call No. 294.517 7 SHA).

2004

Review - The Unity of Public Law, by David Dyzenhaus (ed)., Hart Publishing: 2004, Law and Politics Book Review, Vol. 14(10) (October 2004), pp. 799-804.

2004

Foreword to 'Queer: Dispised sexualities, law and social change', Arvind Narrain (Bangalore, Books for Change)

2004

'Constructing a Platform of Memory: Towards a Sociology of Indian Law Reviews', Delhi Law Review, Vol. 25, pp. 1-20.

2003

'The Colonial Heritage', in Pierre Legrand and Roderick Munday ed, Comparative Legal Studies: Traditions and Transitions 46 - 75 (Cambridge, Cambridge University Press) (available in CSCS Library - Call# 340.2 LEG, Record Number - {09189})

2003

Operation Enduring Freedom: Towards a New International Law and Order? In The Third World and International Order: Law, Politics, and Globalization ( Leiden, The Netherlands, Anthony Anghie et. al. Eds.) 3-46

2003

'Global Development and Impoverishment' in Peter Cane and Mark Tushnet (eds.), Oxford Handbook of Legal Studies 455-484. (Oxford, Oxford University Press).

2003

"A Known but an Indifferent Judge': Situating Ronald Dworkin in contemporary Indian Jurisprudence," 1, I.CON: International Journal of Constitutional Law 557.

2003

Violence, Constitutionalism, and Struggle: Or How to Avoid Being a Mahamoorkha!, in Liberty, Equality, and Justice: Struggles for a New Social Order 9 (Sathe & Narayanan eds. Lucknow: EBC Publishing).

2003

Foreword to 'Human Rights Violations against the transgender community: A study of kothi and hijra sex workers in Bangalore , PUCL-K , http://ai.eecs.umich.edu/people/conway/TS/PUCL/PUCL%20Report.html

2003

'The Second Gujarat Catastrophe', XXIV, No. 14, April 1, Economic and Political Weekly of India 3519-3531

2002

Operation 'Enduring Freedom', SEMINAR, Issue No. 518.

2002

The Future of Human Rights (Fourth Impression, Delhi, Oxford University Press).

2002

'Situating Arundhati amidst Ayodhya', The Hindu, 27th March (CSCS Record No. A0353405).

2002

K.C. Joshi, Reviewed work: The Future of Human Rights (Upendra Baxi, Oxford University Press, 2002), Journal of the Indian Law Institute, Vol. 44(4) p. 577.

2002

'The (Im) possibility of Constitutional Justice: Seismographic Notes on Indian Constitutionalism', in Z. Hasan, E. Sridharan and R. Sudarshan, ed., India's Living Constitution . Pages 31-63. New Delhi: Permanent Black.

2002

'Mass Torts. Multinational Enterprise Liability, and Private International Law,' Recueil des cours 305-427(2000) published in 2001

2001

'Professor Pradyumna Kumar Tripathi: A Tribute', (2001) 5 SCC (Jour) 1.

2001

'The Failure of Deliberative Democracy and Global Justice,' in Democracy Unrealized: Documenta 11_Platform 1 113. 132 (Ostfildren-Ruit, Hatje Cantz Publishers; Okwui Enwezor et. al. eds}.

2001

'What Happens Next is Up to you': Human Rights at Risk in Dams and Development, 16 American University International Law Journal 16: 1507-1529

2001

Globalization: Rights amidst Risk and Regression', in Making Law Matter: Rules, Rights, and Security in the Lives of the Poor' IDS Bulletin 32: 94-102

2001

Ravinder Kumar : A personal tribute, Economic and Political Weekly 36(17), 1385 - 1386.

2001

Affidavit submitted to the Commission of Inquiry on the Tehelka matter (Warwick: December 30th, 2001).

2001

'Preface', Judicial Activism in India, S.P. Sathe (Delhi: Oxford University Press).

2001

'Saint Granville's Gospel: Reflections'. Review- Working a Democratic Constitution: The Indian Experience. 1999. Granville Austin. Economic & Political Weekly, March 17, 2001.

2001

'Too Many or Two Few Human Rights?' Human Rights Law Review1 1-9.

2001

Geographies of Injustice: Human Rights at the Altar of Convenience,' in Craig Scott (ed.), Torture as Tort: Comparative Perspectives on the Development of Transnational Human Rights Litigation 197-202, (Oxford, Hart Publishing.)

2001

How Radical May Alternative Lawyering Become? - Conference on Alterative Lawyering, Bangalore, September 8-10, 2001.

2001

'Constitutionalism as a Site for State Formative Practices' Cardozo Law Review 21, 1183-1210.

2000

'The Kar Seva of the Indian Constitution? Reflections on Proposals for Review of the Constitution', Eco. & Pol. Weekly, XXXV (March 11, 2000), pp. 891-895.

2000

The Colonialist Heritage, Comparative Legal Studies: Traditions and Transitions Conference (26-30 July, University of Cambridge).

2000

'The Avatars of Judicial Activism: Explorations in the Geography of (In) Justice', in S.K. Verma and Kusum (eds.), Fifty Years of the Supreme Court of India: Its grasp and Reach, 156-209 (Delhi: Oxford University Press and Indian Law Institute).

2000

'Bringing Judas Back to the Last Supper: The Tasks of Republican criminology in Service of Globalization,' in Rani Dhavan Sankardass (ed.) Prison and Punishment: Indian and International Perspectives, 261-343 (New Delhi, Sage)

2000

'From Human Rights to the Right to be a Woman', in Amita Dhanda and Archana Prasher (ed) Engendering Law: Essays in Honour of Professor Lotika Sarkar, 275-90 (Lucknow: Eastern Book Co.).

1999

'Human Rights: Between Suffering and Market', in Robin Cohen and Shirin Rai (ed) Global Social Movements, 32-45, (London: Athlone).

1999

'Voices of Suffering, Fragmented Universality and the Future of Human Rights', Burns H. Weston and Stephen P. Marks (ed) The Future of International Human Rights 101-56 (New York: Ardsley, Transnational Publishers).

1999

-------- A. Jacob and T. Sigh (Eds.), Reconstructing the Republic, Indian Association of Social Science Institutions and Har- Anand Publications, Delhi. (available in the NLSIU library; pending scanning)

1999

'Human Rights: Between Suffering and Market', Global Social Movements, 32-45, Robin Cohen and Shirin Rai (eds) (London: Altheone).

1999

'The Constitutional Discourse on Secularism', in U. Baxi, A. Jacob and T. Sigh (Eds.), Reconstructing the Republic, Indian Association of Social Science Institutions and Har- Anand Publications, Delhi\, pp. 211-233.

1999

The Unreason of Globalization and the Reason of Human Rights (Mumbai: Dept. of Sociology, University of Mumbai)(Book , Vol. 1 in a series/set).

1999

'The Development of the Right to Development', Human Rights: New Dimensions and Challenges, Janus Symondies (ed.), 99-116 (Hants: Dartmouth).

1998

'Voices of Suffering and the Future of Human Rights', Transnational Law and Contemporary Problems, Fall, 1998, pp. 125-169.

1998

'The State and the Human Rights Movements in India', People's Rights: Social Movements and the State in the Third World, Manoranjan Mohanty, Partha Nath Mukherji and Olle Törnquist (eds), 335-52 (New Delhi: Sage Publications)

1998

'A Pilgrim's Progress: The Basic Structure Revisited', Indian Bar Review, Vol. 24 (1&2), pp. 53-72.

1997

'The Indian Constitution at the Crossroads', in Noel O'Sullivan (ed.), Aspects of India: Essays on Indian Politics and Culture, Ajanta Publications, Delhi, 1997, pp. 369-408.

1997

On being an 'Activist' judge, and not merely an 'Active' one, Address to the 11th Commonwealth Magistrates' and Judges' Association Triennial Conference, Cape Town, 27th October.

1997

'Human Rights Education: The Promise of the Twenty-First Century?', Human Rights Education, George Andreopoulos and Richard Pierre Claude (eds), 142-54 (Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press).

1997

Judicial Activism: Usurpation or Re-democratization?, Social Action, Vol. 47, pp. 341-357.

1997

Werner Menski, Reviewed work(s): The Rights of Subordinated Peoples by Oliver Mendelsohn; Upendra Baxi, Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London, Vol. 60, No. 3 (1997), pp. 615-616 .

1997

'Global Neighbourhood and Universal Otherhood: Notes on the Report of Commission on Global Governance', 21, Alternatives, 525-49.

1996

'The Reason"" of Human Rights and the ""Unreason"" of Globalization', University of Bombay, The First A.R. Desai Memorial Lecture.

1996

'The Reason"" of Human Rights and the ""Unreason"" of Globalization', University of Bombay, The First A.R. Desai Memorial Lecture.

1996

On judicial activism, legal education and research in a globalising India (New Delhi: Capitol Foundation). (sourced from the NLSIU library; pending scanning)

1996

'Power and Social Action', reprinted from 'India 1995', SEMINAR (437) January, 1996.

1996

What Kind of Agenda for Gender Justice, in Women's Studies in India: Some Perspectives 190 (Mumbai: Popular Prakashan) (CSCS Record No. 05956, Call No. 305.420 954 KRI(B)).

1996

'A Work in Progress?' The United States Report to the United Nations Human Rights Committee,' 38, Indian Journal of International Law 34-53.

1996

----- Bhikhu Parekh (eds), Crisis and Change in Contemporary India (New Delhi: Sage). (sourced from the NLSIU library; pending scanning)

1995

'Life of Law amidst Globalization', 50th Anniversary Conference of the Australasian Law Teachers' Association - Cross Currents: Internationalism, National Identity & Law.

1995

'Justice as Emancipation: 'The Legacy of Babasaheb Ambedkar' in Upendra Baxi and Bhikhu Parekh (eds), Crisis and Change in Contemporary India 122-49 (New Delhi: Sage).

1995

8th Zakir Hussain Memorial Lecture - Human Rights Education: The Promise of the Third Millennium, Zakir Hussain College, New Delhi, December 19th, 1995.

1995

'The Struggle for Redefinition of Secularism in India' Social Action, 44,13-30

1994

Inhuman Wrongs and Human Rights: Unconventional Essays (New Delhi, Har Anand).

1994

S Sivakumar, Reviewed work: Marx, Law and Justice by Upendra Baxi, The Law Academy Law Review, Vol XVII Nos 1& 2, 1994, pp. ???-306.

1994

'At the end of his tether', Encounter: Interview of Upendra Baxi, The Pioneer, September 4th, 1994.

1994

Governance and Accountability: Crises and Opportunities, Monograph (New Delhi: University of Delhi).

1994

Mambrino's Helmet?: Human Rights for a Changing World (New Delhi,Har Anand).

1994

The Rights of Subordinated Peoples, cu-authored/edited with Oliver Mendelsohn (New Delhi: Oxford University Press) (Available in the CSCS Library; Call No. 305.568 095 4 MEN Record Number - {01722})

1994

'Judicial Discourse: Dialectics of the Face and the Mask', Journal of the Indian Law Institute, Vol. 35(1), Nos. (1&2), pp. 1-12.

1993

'Sins of Commissions'. Seminar, 405, May.

1993

The Gathering Storm: Resource Crisis for Universities, Monograph (New Delhi: University of Delhi).

1993

'Remembering Justice Hidayatullah', 1 SCC [Jour] 13.

1993

Marx, Law and Justice (Bombay, N.M. Tripathi).

1993

'The State's Emissary: The Place of Law in Subaltern Studies' in 7 Subaltern Studies in Partha Chatterjee and Gyanendra Pandey) pp.274-265

1992

Address at the Annual Convocation. University of Manipur, Manipur, 4th January.

1992

Address at the Annual Convocation. University of Manipur, 4th January.

1992

ICES Annual Lecture - Globalization: A world without alternatives?, International Centre for Ethnic Studies, Colombo, November 24th, 1992.

1992

Complicity and Struggle: Theory and Society, Social Scientist, Vol 19, Nos 9-10, October-November, 19-26.

1991

Historic Need for Reasoned National Dialogue, Indian Bar Review, Vol. 18(1) 1991, pp. 386-392.

1991

Presidential Address, XVI Indian Social Science Congress on Decay and Deconstruction Today: Social Reality and Social Theory, Hosted by University of Poona, Organised by ICSSR, December 20-24.

1991

Accumulation and Legitimacy: The Indian Constitution and State Formation, Delhi Law Review, 13: 72-84.

1991

Conflicting Conceptions of Legal Cultures and Conflict of Legal Cultures JILI Volume 33, April - June, No. 2.

1991

Preface to Reservation Policy and Practice in India: A Means to An End by Anirudh Prasad (New Delhi: Deep & Deep Publications).

1991

Presidential Address, XVI Indian Social Science Congress on Decay and Deconstruction Today: Social Reality and Social Theory, Hosted by University of Poona, Organised by ICSSR, December 20-24.

1991

Law and Environment: Quest for Environmental Justice. 10 Aligarh Law Journal, Reprint.

1990

On Being a Teacher. In Amrik Singh ed ???? Konark Publishers

1990

Reflections on the Reservation Crisis in Gujarat, in Mirrors of Violence: Community Riots, and Survivors in South Asia 215 (New Delhi: Oxford University Press) (CSCS Call No. 303.623 095 4 DAS, Record No. 00300).

1990

----------- and Dhanda Amita (eds) Valiant Victims and Lethal Litigation (Bombay: N.M. Tripathi).

1990

Liberty and Corruption: The Antulay Case and Beyond (Lucknow, Eastern Book Co.) (sourced from the NLSIU library; pending scanning)

1990

On the Problematic Distinction between "Legislation" and "Adjudication": A Forgotten Aspect of Dominance, Delhi Law Review Vol 12, Reprint

1990

Co-authored with Marc Galanter, Panchayat Justice: An Indian Experience in Legal Access, in Marc Galanter, Law & Society in Modern India 54 (Oxford: Oxford University Press).

1989

D.N. Saraf, Reviewed work: The Right to be Human edited by Upendra Baxi, Journal of the Indian Law Institute, Vol. 31(1), p. 106.

1989

The Protection of Civil Rights Act: Pitfalls in Implementation, in Law and Poverty: Critical Essays.

1989

Untouchable's Access to Water: Two Moralities of Law Enforcement?, in Law and Poverty: Critical Essays 186-191.

1989

'Taking Suffering Seriously: Social Action Litigation Before the Supreme Court of India', in Upendra Baxi (Ed.) Law and Poverty: Critical Essays 387-415 (Bombay: N.M. Tripathi).

1989

Editor; Law and Poverty: Critical Essays (Bombay: N.M. Tripathi)

1989

Untouchability: Constitution, Law and Plan, in Law and Poverty: Critical Essays 165-174.

1989

Clemency, Erudition and Death: The Judicial Discourse in Kehar Singh. JILI Vol 30(4).

1988

The Law of Intellectual Property: Copyright Law in India (forthcoming, 1988] World Intellectual Property Organisation, Copyright Newsletter

1988

No 'Sea Change' in Doordarshan, Mainstream, 16th July (CSCS Record No. A0150270).

1988

Violence, Dissent and Development, Reprint from the Law and Social Change, ILI.

1988

Environment Protection Act : An agenda for implementation (Bombay: N.M. Tripathi)

1987

Jill Cottrell, Publication Review: Courage, Craft and Contention: The Indian Supreme Court in the Eighties by Upendra Baxi. Public Law 1987, Summer, pp. 301-303

1987

P. T. Muchlinski, Reviewed work(s): Inconvenient Forum and Convenient Catastrophe: The Bhopal Case by Upendra Baxi, The International and Comparative Law Quarterly, Vol. 36, No. 3 (Jul., 1987), pp. 694-695

1987

'From Human Rights to the Right to Being Human,' in Upendra Baxi, Geeti Sen, and Jeanette Fernandes (ed.) The Right to be Human (New Delhi, India International Center).

1987

Introduction to "Services under the State" by Justice M Rama Jois (Bombay: N.M. Tripathi Pvt. Ltd.)

1987

Law, Democracy, and Human Rights, Lokayan Bulletin, Vol. 5, 4/5, 1987.

1987

The Supreme Court and Senior Counsel at Crossroads. (1987) 4 SCC (Jour.) 1.

1987

Copyright Law and Justice in India. JILI Vol. 28(4), pp. 497-540.

1986

How Sobhraj became a Champion of Prisoner's Rights. The Telegraph, 6, May 1st 1986.

1986

S.P. Sathe, Review work: Courage, Craft, and Contention - The Indian Supreme Court in the Eighties by Upendra Baxi, Journal of the Indian Law Institute, Vol. 28(1), p. 112.

1986

Two Threats to Democratic Social Action, Mainstream, Vol. XXIV, No 48, August 2, 25-32.

1986

Bentham's Theory of Legislation, Bombay, NM Tripathi.

1986

------------ Dhanda, Amita (eds.) Inconvenient Forum and Convenient Catastrophe: The Bhopal Case (Bombay: N.M. Tripathi).

1986

Power Brokers Beware: Bunker Cometh, Mainstream, Vol. XXIV, No 44, July 5, 27-28.

1986

The Pathology of the Indian Legal Professions. Indian Bar Review Vol 13 [3&4].

1986

------------ and Paul Thomas (ed), Mass Disasters and Multinational Liability: The Bhopal Case (Bombay: N.M. Tripathi).

1985

For Bunker Roy: A Word of Advice, Mainstream April 16

1985

Popular justice, participatory development and power politics: The Lok Adalat in turmoil, in People's Law and State Law: The Bellagio Papers 171.

1985

Towards a Sociology of Indian Law (New Delhi, ICSSR/Satvahan Publications).

1985

"Weaknesses of the Copyright Law as it affects Creative People", a paper presented at a seminar on Asian Authors and Copyright Law, organized by the Indian Performing Rights Society, held at New Delhi (mimeo).

1985

Courage, Craft and Contention: The Indian Supreme Court in the Eighties

1985

Law, Struggle and Social Change: An Agendum for Activists, in Walter Fernandes edited Social Activists and People's Movements, New Delhi: Indian Social Institute, 110-25.

1985

State, Seth and Shiksha: The Saga of Sattema, Mainstream, April 17.

1985

Foreword to K.L Sharma, Sociology of Law and Legal Professions (Jaipur: Rawat Publications).

1984

Robert L. Kidder, Reviewed work(s): The Crisis of the Indian Legal System. by Upendra Baxi, The Journal of Asian Studies, Vol. 43, No. 1 (Nov., 1983), pp. 177-178

1983

Frank Wooldridge, Reviewed work(s): The Crisis of the Indian Legal System by Upendra Baxi, The International and Comparative Law Quarterly, Vol. 32, No. 2 (Apr., 1983), pp. 550-551

1983

Violence, Dissent and Development Paper presented to Indo-US Commissions Seminar on Law and Social Change, Boston, mimeo.

1983

Who Bothers about the Supreme Court? The Problem of Impact of Judicial Decisions, Journal of the Indian Law Institute, Vol. 24(4), pp. 848-862.

1982

George H. Gadbois, Jr., Reviewed work(s): The Indian Supreme Court and Politics by Upendra Baxi, The American Political Science Review, Vol. 75, No. 2 (Jun., 1981), pp. 523-524 .

1981

Seminar Talk: Islamization and the Politics of Muslim Law Reform, Department of Islamic and Comparative Law - Indian Institute of Islamic Studies, Allahabad, October 31st, 1981, text of talk carried in Islamic and Comparative Law Quarterly, Volume I(4) 1981, 318-324.

1981

Mohammad Ghouse, Reviewed work: The Indian Supreme Court and Politics. by Upendra Baxi, Journal of the Indian Law Institute, Vol. 23(2), p. 288.

1981

Susanne Hoeber Rudolph, Reviewed work(s): The Indian Supreme Court and Politics. by Upendra Baxi, The Journal of Asian Studies, Vol. 40, No. 3 (May, 1981), pp. 618-620

1981

S.P. Sathe, Reviewed work: K.K. Mathew on Democracy, Equality and Freedom (Introduction and edited by Upendra Baxi. 1978. Eastern Book Co., Lucknow), Journal of the Indian Law Institute, Vol. 22(4) p. 583.

1980

The Indian Supreme Court and Politics, Lucknow: Eastern Book Company.

1980

Mohammad Ghouse, Reviewed work: Legal Education in India: Problems and Perspectives., with a chapter by Upendra Baxi, Journal of the Indian Law Institute, Vol. 19(3), pp. 337-348.

1977

Mass copying: Should courts act as controllers of examination? Delhi Law Review 6:248.

1977

Tahir Mahmood,  Reviewed work: Bentham's Theory of Legislation, with an Introduction by Upendra Baxi, Journal of the Indian Law Institute, Vol. 19(3), pp. 334-336.

1977

Notes towards a Socially Relevant Legal Education: A Working Paper for the UGC Regional Workshop in Law, Journal of the Bar Council of India, Vol. 5[1-3], 1976, 1-33 [offprint].

1976

Access, Development and Distributive Justice: Access Problems of the "Rural" Population, Journal of the Indian Law Institute, Vol. 18(3), pp. 375-430.

1976

Uniform Civil Code and Reform of Muslim Law: The Crisis of Commonsense,"" in: Tahir Mahmood, Ed. Family Law and Social Change in: Essays in Honor of A.A.A. Fyzee (Bombay, N. M. Tripathi)

1975

Review- On Guilt, Responsibility and Punishment by Alf Ross, 1975. Stevens & Sons, London, Distributors: N.M. Tripathi, Bombay.

1975

The Shaking of Foundations: Some thoughts on Jerome Hall's Foundations of Jurisprudence. Delhi Law Review, Volumes 4 and 5

1975

Socio-legal Research in India: A Programschrift, A Report, ICSSR Occasional Monographs 12 [Foreword by Justice Krishna Iyer], later republished in Journal of the Indian Law Institute, Vol. 24(2&3), pp. 416-449, (1982).

1975

Law and Development Research in India: Themes, Problems and Literature, Part III Land Reforms, International Legal Centre, New York.

1974

Richard D. Schwartz, Legal Evolution and the Durkheim Hypothesis: A Reply to Professor Baxi, Law & Society Review, Vol. 8, No. 4. (Summer, 1974), pp. 653-668.

1974

Goodbye to Unification? The Indian Supreme Court and the United Nations Arbitration Convention, JILI, Vol. 15, July-September, No. 3

1973

University of Sydney, Faculty of Law, Department of Jurisprudence and International Law

(Institute for Advanced Studies in Jurisprudence),MATERIALS FOR POSTGRADUATE STUDIES, 1972

RENÉ MARCIC: SYDNEY COMMEMORATIVE SYMPOSIUM (PDF)

1972

TEACHING OF INTERNATIONAL LAW IN 1984, Some Non-Utopian Proposals

Upendra Baxi and Bill Holder, Australasian Universities Law Schools Association

Annual Conference, University of Adelaide, 1971 (PDF)

1971

Taking Suffering Seriously: Social Action Litigation in the Supreme Court of India. Delhi Law Review Volumes 8 & 9, 91-116.

1970-1980

State of Gujarat v Shantilal: A Requiem for Just Compensation""? [1969] 9 Jaipur Law Journal 29-97.

1969

Allepey Tumeric Fingers and Arbitsal Awards: Spices in the Conflict of Laws, 9 JILI 149-70.

1968

UNIVERSITY OF SYDNEY, FACULTY OF LAW, Department of Jurisprudence and International Law

(Institute for Advanced Studies in Jurisprudence)

MATERIALS FOR POSTGRADUATE STUDIES, 1967

KAUTILYAN PRINCIPLES AND THE LAW OF NATIONS: A COMMENT (PDF)

1967

Unification of Private Maritime International Law through treaties - An Assessment, Indian Year Book of International Affairs

1966-67

'The Little Done, the Vast Undone: Reflection on Reading Granville Austin's The Indian Constitution', 9 Journal of the Indian Law Institute, pp. 323- 430.

1967

Law of Treaties in the Contemporary Practice of India. Reprint from the Indian Year Book of International Affairs, 1965.

1965