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Indian Journal of Law and Technology
The Indian Journal of Law and Technology (IJLT) (ISSN : 0973-0362) is an open-access, peer-reviewed, student-run law journal published annually by the National Law School of India University (NLSIU), Bangalore.
Established in 2005, IJLT is the first and only law journal in India devoted exclusively to the study of the interface between law and technology. IJLT also runs a blog to publish short articles on contemporary developments and organises lectures and conferences to promote interest and scholarship in the field of law and technology in India.
International Journal on Consumer Law and Practice
The International Journal on Consumer Law and Practice (IJCLP) is a blind-peer reviewed, open-access journal published annually by NLSIU under the aegis of the Chair on Consumer Law and Practice. Launched in 2013, IJCLP provides a forum for discussions on national and international best practices in consumer protection law. The journal welcomes contributions from academics, practitioners and students of law and allied fields. It features articles, essays and case notes on various themes, including but not limited to:
- Consumer welfare legislation and its implementation
- Consumer rights in the digital era
- Technological advancements in the enforcement of consumer rights
- Effectiveness of mediation as a tool to resolve consumer disputes
- The need for an international consumer protection framework and policy
National Law School Journal
The National Law School Journal (NLSJ) is the flagship journal of the National Law School of India University, Bengaluru. It is an open-access, peer-reviewed journal that has consistently published original contributions to contemporary legal scholarship on India and the developing world since 1989. The journal’s Editorial Board includes the Vice-Chancellor and members of the faculty. NLSJ invites contributions from academics, practitioners and researchers across legal studies and allied interdisciplinary scholarship.
The National Law School of India University, Bengaluru is India’s premiere law school and has pioneered legal education reforms for over three decades.
NLSJ is indexed in UGC-CARE. From 2022, the journal will be published twice a year.
National Law School of India Review
The National Law School of India Review (NLSIR) is a bi-annual student edited, peer-reviewed law journal published by the Student Advocate Committee at the National Law School of India University, Bangalore (NLSIU). NLSIR, which was first published in 1988 under its erstwhile title ‘Student Advocate Journal’, is the flagship law review of NLSIU.
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Socio-Legal Review (SLR) is a bi-annual, open access, student-edited, peer-reviewed interdisciplinary journal run by the students of National Law School of India University, Bangalore, and published by the Eastern Book Company (EBC). With respect to our mandate, we subscribe to an expansive view on the interpretation of “law and society” in South Asia, inviting articles with a perceived link between law and social sciences. First published in 2005 with the help of a grant from the Modern Law Review, SLR has carried articles by luminaries in the legal and social fields, including Roger Cotterrell, W.T. Murphy, Werner Menski, Asghar Ali Engineer, Pratiksha Baxi and Gina Heathcote.
SLR has also been cited by the Supreme Court of India multiple times. The article ‘Identity and Identification: The Individual in the Time of Networked Governance,’ Nishant Shah, Vol. 11(2) Socio-Legal Review, (2015) has been cited in Justice Chandrachud’s opinion in Justice KS Puttaswamy and Anr v. Union of India and Ors (2018). SLR has also been cited by Justice Indu Malhotra and Justice Chandrachud in their respective opinions in Joseph Shine v. Union of India (2018). The article cited is ‘The Good, the Bad, and the Adulterous: Criminal Law and Adultery in India’, Abhinav Sekri, Vol. 10(1) Socio-Legal Review, (2014).