TRF Ltd. & Perkins: Limiting ‘Freedom of Contract’ and the Choking of Party Autonomy – Ajar Rab*  In 2017, a three-judge bench of the Supreme Court of India in TRF Limited v. Energo Engineering Projects Limited (“TRF”) had the occasion to interpret the much-lauded Arbitration and Conciliation (Amendment) Act, 2015, incorporating the IBA Guidelines on […]Continue reading

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Detain/Release: Teaching Law Students About AI Through Simulated Detention Hearings – Jason R. Tashea* Today, law students cannot graduate with just an understanding of law and procedure. They need to leave university able to understand and vet how science and technology will affect their practice and clients. This is because technology systems are increasingly affecting […]Continue reading

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