Centre for Academic Legal Research [CALR] is a worldwide initiative by students of law school with the aim to fill the void present in high-quality legal research in various fields of law.
There are five centres established under CALR, namely, Centre for the Study of Contemporary Legal Issues, Centre for Cyber Law, Centre for Commercial and Financial Law, Centre for Study of Dispute Resolution, and Centre for Environmental Awareness. Each established centre is dedicated towards high-quality research work which is analytical and critical in nature under their respective field of law.
Theme for Article
The development of IBC in relation to the current Economic Situation.
The New Tax Regime.
The Impact of Singapore Convention 2018 on International Commercial Dispute.
The Legal Side of Blockchain Technology.
Recent Developments in the Constitutional Jurisprudence.
CALR also welcomes articles other than above-mentioned themes.
Submit at centreforalr[at]gmail.com (Rolling submission).
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