Indian Constitutional Law Review is a quarterly journal published by the Publishing Unit of Agradoot Web Technologies LLP. Indian Constitutional Law Review is a peer-reviewed quarterly law review published with an intention to promote and contribute to the growth of Constitutionalism in India. It revolves around the issues pertaining to the wide sphere of Constitutional Law and within its array, covers all areas of law through its interactions with them.
The ICLR seeks to practically link and bring together legislative ideologies, research scholars and judicial officers to promote and make available to the public the importance of this area of law and its interaction in every way the Government functions and in every act and move of the State. It aims to review academically emerging issues pertaining to the actions of the Executive, Judiciary and Governments in the light of constitutional values.
Honorary advisors to the journal
Honb’le Justice A. K. Sikri, Judge, Supreme Court of India
Hon’ble Justice K. S. Panicker Radhakrishnan, Former Judge, Supreme Court of India
Hon’ble Justice Prakash Prabhakar Naolekar, Former Judge, Supreme Court of India, Former Lokayukta, Madhya Pradesh
Prof. (Dr.) Shashikala Gurpur, Director, Symbiosis Law School, Pune
Prof. (Dr.) Ranbir Singh, Vice-Chancellor, NLU, Delhi
Prof. (Dr.) Mahendral Pal Singh, Chancellor, Central University of Haryana
Prof. (Dr.) James Andrew Harding, Professor of Law, National University of Singapore (NUS)
Prof. (Dr.) Faizan Mustafa, Vice-Chancellor, NALSAR Hyderabad
Prof. (Dr.) R. Venkata Rao, Vice-Chancellor, NLSIU Bengaluru
Prof. (Dr.) A. Lakshminath, Vice-Chancellor, CNLU Patna
Prof. (Dr.) Paramjit Jaswal, Vice-Chancellor, RGNUL Patiala
Adv. Arvind Datar, Senior Advocate, Supreme Court
Adv. Geeta Luthra, Senior Advocate, Supreme Court
Adv. Maneka Guruswamy, Advocate, Supreme Court
Adv. Karuna Nundy, Advocate, Supreme Court
Prof. S. Sivakumar, Member, Law Commission of India
Prof. Michael Keating, Director, Center for Constitutional Change, University of Aberdeen
Prof. Madabhushi Sridharacharyulu, Central Information Commissioner, New Delhi
For full list of Academic Council, please visit our website or visit this page.
Mode of submission and guidelines
The manuscripts must conform to the Submission Guidelines mentioned here.
Abstract is mandatory for Research Papers and Articles but not mandatory for Case Comments and must not exceed 400 words.
All manuscripts/papers are to be sent in a Word Document Format (DOC/DOCX) to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Themes/Topics for Submission
The submissions shall revolve around contemporary happenings and/or any relevant issue in relation to Constitutional Law, Administrative Law and must establish its relevance to the area of study that the journal undertakes.
Last date for submission: March 05, 2019 [23:59].
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