Mamta Rao’s third edition of Public Interest Litigation reflects the concern of the judiciary in protecting and preserving the fundamental rights enshrined in Part–III of the Constitution, read with Part–IV. The book is extensively revised and updated and incorporates all new developments and judicial decisions. The author has taken great pains to explain the dynamics of public interest litigation clearly and succinctly. The chapter on “Law Relating to Legal Aid and Lok Adalats” has further enlarged the scope of the book.
This book will be immensely useful to academicians, students, lawyers, judges, research scholars and all those who are interested in the subject.