Conversation with Prashant BhushanOctober 25 2010
Senior Advocate Prashant Bhushan is a noted civil liberties lawyer and is a Member of the Committee of Judicial Accountability and Reform. He talks about his becoming a lawyer and studying Philosophy at Princeton, discusses instances of corruption in the judiciary and changes in the Contempt of Court Act along with Judicial Standards and Accountability Bill.
Bar & Bench: Have you personally experienced corruption in the judiciary?
Prashant Bhushan: I have not personally experienced corruption. I don’t think . . .
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