Coronavirus and the Constitution: Round-Up

This post brings together ICLP’s coverage of Covid-19, the Constitution, and the Courts over the past one year.

A. On the Disaster Management Act, Executive Decrees, and Judicial Review

  1. Coronavirus and the Constitution – XVIII: Models of Accountability
  2. Coronavirus and the Constitution – XX: Parliamentary Accountability
  3. Coronavirus and the Constitution – XXVII: On (Permanent) Crisis Governance [Guest Post]
  4. Coronavirus and the Constitution – XXXVIII: One Year On

B. On Civil Rights

  1. Coronavirus and the Constitution – III: The Curfew and the Quarantine
  2. Coronavirus and the Constitution – IV: Privacy in a Public Health Crisis [Guest Post]
  3. Coronavirus and the Constitution – VI: On the Freedom of Movement
  4. Coronavirus and the Constitution – VII: Balancing Privacy and Public Health in Karnataka [Guest Post]
  5. Coronavirus and the Constitution – IX: Three Curious Bail Orders
  6. Coronavirus and the Constitution – XV: The Odisha High Court on the Ban on Vehicles [Guest Post]
  7. Coronavirus and the Constitution – XXI: The Mandatory Imposition of the Aarogya Setu App
  8. Coronavirus and the Constitution – XXIV: Aarogya Setu and the Right to be Forgotten [Guest Post]
  9. Coronavirus and the Constitution – XXVI: Migrant Workers, Freedom of Movement, and Positive Obligations [Guest Post]
  10. Coronavirus and the Constitution – XXX: PM-CARES Fund and the Right to Information Act [Guest Post]

C. On Labour Rights

  1. Coronavirus and the Constitution
  2. Coronavirus and the Constitution – II: Household Staff and Employment Protection: Obligations, not Charity [Guest Post]
  3. Coronavirus and the Constitution – XXXI: The Payment of Wages Order
  4. Coronavirus and the Constitution XXXII: Payment of Wages and Judicial Evasion in a Pandemic
  5. Coronavirus and the Constitution – XXXVII: The Pandemic, Labour Rights, and the Supreme Court’s Judgment in Gujarat Mazdoor Sabha

D. On Fiscal Federalism

  1. Coronavirus and the Constitution – V: Financial Emergencies
  2. Coronavirus and the Constitution – XIX: The State Disaster Risk Management Fund and the Principle of Equal Distribution [Guest Post]
  3. Coronavirus and the Constitution – XXII: The State Disaster Risk Management Fund and the Principle of Equal Distribution – A Response [Guest Post]
  4. Coronavirus and the Constitution – XXIX: Sub-National Debt & Art. 293(4) – Some Constitutional Concerns [Guest Post]
  5. Coronavirus and the Constitution – XXXV: Examining the GST Compensation Crisis [Guest Post]

E. On the Supreme Court

  1. Coronavirus and the Constitution – VIII: A Critique of the Supreme Court’s Migrants Order [Guest Post]
  2. Coronavirus and the Constitution – X: Rights, not Policy
  3. Coronavirus and the Constitution – XI: The Supreme Court’s Free Testing Order
  4. Coronavirus and the Constitution – XII: The Supreme Court’s Free Testing Order – A Response (1) [Guest Post]
  5. Coronavirus and the Constitution – XIII: The Supreme Court’s Free Testing Order – A Response (2) [Guest Post]
  6. Coronavirus and the Constitution – XIV: The Supreme Court’s Free Testing Order – A Rejoinder (1) [Guest Post]
  7. Coronavirus and the Constitution – XVI: The Supreme Court’s Free Testing Order – A Response (3) [Guest Post]
  8. Coronavirus and the Constitution – XVII: The Supreme Court’s Free Testing Order – Some Concluding Remarks
  9. Coronavirus and the Constitution – XXV: Socio-Economic Rights and the Shifting Standards of Review [Guest Post]
  10. Coronavirus and the Constitution: XXXVI – The Supreme Court’s UGC Judgment [Guest Post]

F. On the High Courts

  1. Coronavirus and the Constitution – XXIII: Judicial Approaches Towards the Right to Food
  2. Coronavirus and the Constitution – XXVIII: Dialogic Judicial Review in the Gujarat and Karnataka High Courts
  3. Coronavirus and the Constitution – XXXIII: N-95 Masks and the Bombay High Court’s Dialogic Judicial Review [Guest Post]
  4. Coronavirus and the Constitution – XXXIV: The Bombay High Court [Guest Post]

One thought on “Coronavirus and the Constitution: Round-Up

  1. On Thu, 25 Mar 2021, 10:24 pm Indian Constitutional Law and Philosophy, wrote:

    > Gautam Bhatia posted: ” This post brings together ICLP’s coverage of > Covid-19, the Constitution, and the Courts over the past one year. A. On > the Disaster Management Act, Executive Decrees, and Judicial Review > Coronavirus and the Constitution – XVIII: Models of Accounta” >

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