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Analysing WTO-Arbitration under Article 25 of the DSU Agreement and proposing recommendations to incentivize it as a Dispute Resolution Mechanism (PART-I)

(In our latest two part blog post, the authors talk about the need to incentivise WTO Arbitration under Article 25 of the DSU Agreement in light of the prevailing appellate body crisis.) In Part-1 of the article, the authors highlight the key features of Article 25 arbitrations.

TCLF One-on-One


We are proud to present to you all ‘TCLF One-on-One’ series.Through the “One-on-One” series, we aim to interact with the best legal professionals from India and abroad on diverse themes of law.We hope that these interactions will provide new insights to law students and young practitioners.

Confronting the Puzzling Question of Legal Errors and Judicial Misconduct: Sadhna Chaudhary vs State of UP

“There is no doubt that a judgment, an order or the whole decision-making process can be criticised on merits but can legal errors committed by a judge constitute judicial misconduct? If yes, when can legitimate questions regarding the breach of judicial integrity be raised on the basis of legal errors committed by a judge? Further, can mere suspicion lead to the establishment of judicial misconduct?”