Books                                  Author
Constitution of India – Defaced and Defied N. A. Palkhivala
Constitutional Law of India H. M Seervai
Courts and their Judgments Arun Shourie
Corruption in India N. Vittal
International Law Oppenheim
India divided Rajendra Prasad
India Wins Freedom Maulana Azad
Judge’s Miscellany, A M. Hidayatullah
Law, Lawyers & Judges H. R. Bhardwaj
Laws Versus Justice V. R. Krishna Iyer
Law in Changing society W. Friedmann
Law and Literature M. K. Gandhi
Landmarks in the Law Lord Denning
My Life – Law and Order Motilal C. Setalvad
Prison Diary Jayaprakash Narain
The Law of Nations Brierly
The Judgment Kuldip Nayar
We Indians Khushwant Singh
We the Nation N. A Palkhiwala
We the People N. A. Palkhiwala
India’s Legal System: Can It be saved? Fali S. Nariman


Laws are silent in the midst of arms Cicero
Laws should be like cloths. They should be made to fit the people they are meant to serve Clarence Darrow
In law nothing is certain but the expense S. Butler
Where law ends, tyranny begins William Pitt
A law is valuable not because it is law, but because these is no right in it H. W. Beecher
Laws grind the poor, and rich men rule the law Oliver Goldsmith
Laws are the very bulwarks of liberty; they define every man’s rights, and defend the individual liberties of all men J. G. Holland
The best way to get a bad law repealed is to enforce it strictly Lincoln
Necessity knows no law St. Augustine
Laws are like cobwebs which may catch small flies but let wasps and hornets break through Swift
When the State is corrupt, then laws are most multiplied Tacitus


Justice is truth in action Benjamin Disraeili
When men are pure, laws are useless; when men are corrupt, laws are broken Benjamin Disraeili
The greater number of laws, the greater the number of offences against them Havelock Ellis
Ignorance of the law excuses no man; not that all men knew the law, but because it is an excuse everyman will plead, and no man can tell how to refute them John Selden
Law is a bottomless pit; it is a cormorant, harpy that devours everything Arbuthnot
Necessity creates the law, it supersedes rules; and whatever is reasonable in such cases is likewise legal Sir William Scott and Lord Stowell
Lawyers are like bread, (are best) when they are young and new Thomas Fuller
Law must be stable and yet it cannot stand still Rescoe Pound
The Laws of a state change with the changing times Aeschylus
If there were no bad people there would be no good lawyers. Charles Dickens
Law cannot persuade, where it cannot punish Rosalind Fergusson
Litigation is a game in which the Court is umpire Pollock
Law is an ass Charles Dickens
Law and sense are not the same thing Jawaharlal Nehru


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