Contributions to Christ University Law Journal (CULJ), ISSN 2278-4322, a biannual peer reviewed journal can be in the form of articles, case comments, legislative notes and book reviews. All submissions shall be subject to peer review modification as per the journal style sheet.
The Indraparstha Technology Law Journal (ITLJ) is a half yearly legal periodical published twice in a year (Summer and Winter issue) by the University School of Law and Legal Studies, GGSIP University, Delhi.
1. Crime Scene Investigation and Forensic Evidence in ATM/ Credit Card Crimes.
2. Internet Banking : Transaction Frauds in Online shopping
3. Jurisdiction Issues in Cross Border Frauds- Investigation, Detection and Prosecution
4. Digital Forensics with regard to Bank and Credit Card Frauds
DWRTC is a biannual journal published by the GNLU, with its 1st issue already published in March 2011. Within a short time it has got immense recognition from the legal academia all over the world. The Journal deals with the burning issues regarding the legal implications on the trade and commercial front and its competition
The RGNUL Student Law Review (hereinafter “Law Review”) is a bi-annual, student run, peer reviewed journal based at Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law, Punjab. It is the flagship journal managed by the students of the University. It has been founded with the objective of facilitating arguments in black and white.
The NLUD Student law Journal (NLUD-SLJ) is the flagship student publication of National Law University, Delhi. It is an annual peer reviewed journal which seeks to provide a forum for engaging in discussions on varied issues of contemporary importance in domestic and international law and policy.
THC 2014 will play a key role in the official year-long series of events and initiatives that promote EU-Russia cooperation in research, higher education and innovation areas, during the EU-Russia Year of Science 2014 organized by the European commission and the Russian Ministry of Education and Science.
Papers introductory in nature would not be entertained. Paper presentation is not necessary for participation. Research Papers focusing on developments post 2009 are invited on any of the themes. Ed: The brochure is very beautiful!
NUJS Criminal Law Review is the only online peer reviewed journal dedicated to further research in the field of criminal law. It is flagship journal of Society of Advancement of Criminal Justice (SACJ).
University of Law and Legal Studies, GGS IP University, in collaboration with Vikkalp Law Society, New Delhi is organizing a National Seminar for students on the topic 'Womanhood through the lens of Media'.
I request for your kind confirmation and registration (registration fee for delegates Rs.700, for students Rs.500 and after 05 March14 registration fee Rs.1000) for the seminar participation before 05, March 2014.
1. Privacy versus Security: Democracy versus Free Speech - Achieving Funambulism
2. Technology and Law: Achieving Digital State
3. Privacy versus Disclosure: Evaluating the Challenges to Electronic Commerce
Banaras Hindu University in collaboration with The Centre For Consumer Studies, Indian Institute Of Public Administration, New Delhi is organising a Two-Day Seminar on "Legal Protection of Consumers in Global Economy: Recent Approaches and Way Forward".
RGNUL Financial and Mercantile Law Review and its Sidebar looks to understand the legal paradigm prevalent in India and South East Asia and how it affects finance and other cross border mercantile activities.
With the adoption of the U.N Universal Declaration of Human rights in 1948, and related covenants in the succeeding decades, member states made a commitment to fundamental human rights for every man, woman and child on the planet. One of the most important components of the effort is human rights education (HRE).
Nalsar Student Law Review is the flagship publication of NALSAR University of Law, Hyderabad, India. We take pride in being one of India’s very few and foremost student publications— which is both student-edited and solely dedicated to student submissions.
NLUJ Law Review is the flagship publication of National Law University, Jodhpur (NLUJ). The Review is student-edited and publishes one volume every year comprising of two separate issues. Each issue contains submissions by law students and professors, practicing lawyers and other members of the legal fraternity.
Lotika Sarkar, who passed away in February 2013, was a law professor at Delhi University in addition to being a founding member of the Centre for Women’s Development Studies and the Indian Association of Women’s Studies.
The Journal of Telecommunication and Broadcasting Law (JTBL) accepts submissions on a rolling basis. Interested contributors are requested to send their submissions under the categories mentioned below.
The Student Law Review is an e-journal aimed at institutionalizing and channeling the analytical and incisive articles of students towards value addition and developing inherent potentials of legal fraternity.
Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law, Punjab in association with Indian Council of Social Science Research, North- Western Regional Centre, Panjab University, Chandigarh is organising one day National Seminar on "A World in Transition: New Challenges for Women Empowerment" on 22nd February 2014.
A one day national seminar is proposed to be organized on commercial surrogacy in India. The cases of commercial surrogacy show a constant rise and the issue assumes a serious view having regard to its linkage to the exploitation of women from BPL segment.