The Supreme Court Observer reports on selected cases before the Supreme Court of India. SC Observer aims to make accessible the work of the Supreme Court, through a non-partisan open access database of:
SC Observer emphasises simplicity and clarity.
Non-partisan reporting and analysis of landmark cases before the Supreme Court. Every tracked case includes:
Biographies of of sitting and retired Supreme Court Justices.
Introduction to the Court's jurisdiction, procedures and history. Further, a legal glossaly of commonly used legal terms.
Editorials on notable Supreme Court cases, weekly and monthly reviews of the Supreme Court and curated academic and journalistic essays.
Analysis of the historical evolution of the Supreme Court's jurisprudence on legal concepts, such as the right to privacy and reservation in promotion.
Insightful statistical anecdotes of various matters pertaining to the functioning of the Supreme Court.
The Civic and Constitutional Citizenship Project team at CLPR conceived of and delivered the Supreme Court Observer website.
CLPR is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to making the Constitution work for everyone through law and policy research, social and governance interventions and strategic impact litigation.