The Indian Constitutional Law and Philosophy blog welcomes Mihir Naniwadekar as an editor and contributor. Mihir, a practicing advocate in Pune and Mumbai, has been a long-time friend of the blog; we look forward to his insights on a regular basis.

Some of his previous posts:

  1. The rejection of the arbitrariness doctrine in the Panchayati Raj judgement.
  2. Resigning MLAs, constitutional silences, and a “Fraud on the Constitution?” – I.
  3. Resigning MLAS, constitutional silences, and a “Fraud on the Constitution?” – II.