The Centre for Business and Commercial Laws (CBCL) is a UGC-accredited body at the National Law Institute University, Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh, India.
Established in 2008, CBCL aims to provide an avenue to the students of business and commercial laws to explore and develop the foundation required to be a successful practitioner in the field.
ABOUT THE CBCL BLOG
The CBCL Blog has been started by CBCL for the purpose of encouraging students to engage in research and discussion in the areas of corporate law, competition law, capital markets and securities laws, law of arbitration, law of taxation and banking law.
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Deeksha Malik is an Associate at Khaitan & Co., working with the firm's capital markets team. Her areas of interest are corporate and securities laws, insolvency law, and international commercial arbitration. She is the founder-editor of the corporate law blog run by NLIU. At present, she runs The Indian Review of Corporate and Commercial Laws, a blog that publishes articles relating to corporate law, insolvency law, dispute resolution, taxation, anti-trust, and trade law.