A list of my academic work. (N.B.: Pre-publication versions of almost all paywalled articles can be found on my SSRN Page)
- The Transformative Constitution: A Radical Biography in Nine Acts (HarperCollins 2019).
- Offend, Shock or Disturb: Free Speech under the Indian Constitution (OUP 2015)
Peer-Reviewed (sole author)
- “Discursive Democracy and the Limits of Free Speech”, (2018) 25(3) Constellations 344.
- “’Equal Moral Membership’: Naz Foundation and the Refashioning of Equality under a Transformative Constitution”, 1(2) The Indian Law Review 115 – 144 (2017)
- “The Supreme Court’s Right-to-Privacy Judgment”, LII(44) Economic & Political Weekly 22 – 25 (November 4, 2017).
- “Freedom from Community: Individual Rights, Group Life, State Authority, and Religious Freedom under the Indian Constitution”, 5(3) Global Constitutionalism 351 (2016).
- “Horizontal Discrimination and Article 15(2) of the Indian Constitution: A Transformative Approach”, 11(1) The Asian Journal of Comparative Law 87 (2016).
- “Autonomy, Fairness, Pragmatism, and False Electoral Speech: An Analysis of Democratic Alliance v African National Congress”, (2016) 8 Constitutional Court Review 23.
- “‘Understanding’ and ‘Interpretation’: A Fresh Defence of Dworkin’s Interpretivist Account of Law”, (2015) 40 The Australian Journal of Legal Philosophy 66.
- “International Regulation of Platform Labor: A Proposal for Action”, (2021) 1(1) Weizenbaum Journal of the Digital Society w1.1.4 (co-authored with Sandra Fredman, Darcy du Toit, Mark Garaham, Aradhana Cherupara Vadekkethil, and Alessio Bertolini).
- “The Right to Work” in The Max Planck Encyclopedia of Comparative Constitutionl Law (Rainer Grote et al eds., OUP 2017) (co-authored with Jimena Suarez Ibarolla) (forthcoming).
- “Direct and Indirect Discrimination” in The Max Planck Encyclopedia of Comparative Constitutional Law (Rainer Grote et al eds., OUP 2017) (co-authored with Jimena Suarez Ibarolla)
- ‘Gender Discrimination’ in The Max Planck Encyclopedia of Comparative Constitutional Law (Rainer Grote et al eds., OUP 2017) (co-authored with Jimena Suarez Ibarolla).
- ‘Citizenship and the Constitution’ in On Citizenship (Romila Thapar ed., Aleph 2021).
- ‘Surveillance and the Right to Privacy in India: A Constitutional Biography’, 26 National Law School of India Review 127 (2014).
- ‘The Politics of Statutory Interpretation: The Hayekian Foundations of Justice Antonin Scalia’s Jurisprudence’, 42(3) The Hastings Constitutional Law Quarterly 525 (Spring 2015).
- ‘Transformative Constitutional Amendments’, 13(1) The Dartmouth Law Journal 1 (Spring 2015).
Chapters in Edited Collections
- ‘Religious Speech’ in The Oxford Handbook on Freedom of Speech (Adrienne Stone & Frederick Schauer eds., OUP 2021).
- ‘India’ in Gender, Sexuality and Constitutionalism in South Asia (Hart 2021) (co-authored with Shreya Atrey).
- ‘Social Rights’ in Democratic Constitutionalism in India and the European Union (Philip Dann and Arun Thiruvengadam eds., Edward Elgar 2021) (co-authored with Emilios Christodoudilis).
- “Equality under the Indian Constitution” in Equality in History and Law (Ulrike Davy ed., Bielefeld University Press 2021).
- ‘Navtej Johar v Union of India: The Indian Supreme Court’s Decriminalisation of Same-Sex Relations’ in The Max Planck Yearbook of United Nations Law, Vol. 22 (2019).
- ‘Directive Principles of State Policy’ in The Oxford Handbook for the Indian Constitution (Pratap Bhanu Mehta et al eds., OUP 2016).
- ‘The Conservative Constitution: Freedom of Speech and the Constituent Assembly Debates’ in The Indian Constituent Assembly: Deliberations on Democracy (Udit Bhatia ed., Routledge 2017)
- Madhav Khosla, India’s Founding Moment: The Constitution of a Most Surprising Democracy, 29 Journal of the Max Planck Institute for Legal History and Legal Theory 365 (December 2021).
- Gunter Frankenberg, Comparative Constitutional Studies: Between Magic and Deceit, 16(4) The International Journal of Constitutional Law 1363 (December 2018).
- Abhinav Chandrachud, Republic of Rhetoric: Free Speech and the Constitution of India, Frontline (October 2017).
- Bruce Ackerman, We the People: The Civil Rights Revolution, 684 Seminar 77 (August 2016).