CfP: NUJS Journal of Regulatory Studies Volume 2 Issue 3: Submit by June 1

NUJS Journal of Regulatory Studies

The NUJS Journal of Regulatory Studies (Quarterly) (Online ISSN: 2456-4605) is run by Centre for Regulatory Studies, Governance and Public Policy (CRSGPP), a research centre that strives to promote in-depth and critical research on areas that are at the intersection f law and public policy.

The journal aims at giving opportunity to legal academia, research scholars, legal practitioners and students to publish work that is at the cutting edge of doctrinal, theoretical and empirical research.


The upcoming issue of NUJS Journal of Regulatory Studies is going to be special edition on
Mediation as an Effective ADR Mechanism: A Socio-legal Perspective.


(1) Court-annexed mediation
(2) Community mediation
(3) Pre-litigation mediation
(4) Pendency and mediation
(5) Online mediation

However, the above list is not exhaustive and the authors are free to choose a different subtheme so far as it is related to the main theme, i.e., “Mediation as an Effective ADR
Mechanism: A Socio-legal Perspective.”

* Authors are requested to write only on topics circumscribing mediation and not on any
other alternative dispute resolution mechanisms such as arbitration, conciliation, etc.

Submission Deadline

The submission deadline is 1st June, 2018. Submissions should be emailed at
[email protected]


For details regarding submissions, you may e-mail us at [email protected] or call the
Assistant Editor, Mr. Rajat Banerjee, on 033-23357379/033-23352811 (Ext: 7210).

For full details, view the official notification given here and the official website link given here.  


This post was first published on: 1 May 2018

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