Judicial activism an approach to the exercise of judicial review or a description of a particular judicial decision in which a judge is generally considered more willing to decide constitutional issues and to invalidate legislative or executive actions. Fredrick p lewis the context of judicial activism the endurance of the warren court legacy in a conservative age 1999 see also arthur s miller for judicial activism ny times nov 11 1979 at e21. Judicial activism is a relatively new term in the indian judicial political system and that is the reason we dont find a definition of this of this term in the constitution of india hence well have to look at what other sources have to say. They believe that judicial interpretation of laws is the appropriate vehicle for developing legal standards and should be used whenever justified by the needs of society or public sentiment proponents of judicial activism also believe that constitutional issues must be decided within the context of contemporary society
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