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.
The A38 Journal of International Law (ISSN 2277-9361) is a quarterly academic journal, published online, that seeks to provide an international forum for the publication of articles in the field of International Law. Submitted by Kirthi Jayakumar
Centre for International Humanitarian Law at Institute of Law, Nirma University invites you to the 3rd National Students’ Conference on International Humanitarian Law and Refugee Law, 2014. Info via Heli Pathak. Publicize your law school's event on Lawctopus! Send us an email at [email protected]
Campus Law Centre, University of Delhi, a premier legal institution takes pride in organizing a National Seminar on ”Gender Justice: A Reality or Fragile Myth-Changing Patriarchal Mindset through Strict Implementation of Women Laws” .
Campus Law Centre, University of Delhi, Delhi is organizing an International Conference from 25-27 April 2014. The international and national experts are invited to deliberate upon legal and policy matters related to climate change, alternative energy, global warming and natural resources etc
The ADR Board of the National Law School of India University is pleased to announce The NLS ADR National Essay Competition, open to all full-time students of law, including both undergraduate and post-graduate students. Submitted by Keerthivas Giri. Anyone can post an opportunity for law students HERE. Login with your Facebook ID
The conference call is open to early career researchers (i.e. those in the later stages of their doctoral studies or having received their PhD within the last few years) who adopt practical or theoretical perspectives to their work in conflict.