The Faculty of Juridical Sciences, Rama University is an innovative educational community with a belief of preparing students for global leadership in judiciary, academia, business and government.FJS is established in 2015 and approved by the Bar Council of India & UGC.
ABOUT THE JOURNAL
The ‘International Journal of Juridical Studies & Research (IJJSR)’, is an official biannual publication of Rama University that focuses on publishing the top-notch peer-reviewed work pertaining to all aspects related to Juridical Sciences.
The journal provides a platform to researchers, practitioners, academicians and students to gain new insights to publish their articles and hone their existing skills in the field of Juridical Sciences.
Manuscripts for publication in IJJSR are selected through a dedicated editorial board to ensure originality, relevance, and engagement. The journal encourages the submission of legal articles, research papers, academic projects, case analysis, case reviews, book reviews, essays, and other relevant manuscripts.
Submissions are invited in emerging areas of Law both from national and international perspectives highlighting developments, issues and challenges and other aspects affecting the regulation and implementation of various facets of Law from legal practitioners, academicians and other stakeholders for the forthcoming Volume I, Issue II (December 2019).
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