The Indian Law Review will publish the best scholarship on Indian law, so watch this space for the first issue, or sign up for content alerts.
The Indian Law Review is an academic - led, double- blind peer-reviewed, generalist journal on Indian law. It aims:
- to publish top quality scholarship on Indian law spanning all areas of law including comparative perspectives that include Indian Law
- to offer a forum for the community of scholars of Indian Law both within and outside India
- to take a broad interdisciplinary approach to the study of Indian Law, thereby reaching a wide readership, including legal academics, philosophers, criminologists, anthropologists, sociologists, historians, political scientists, legal practitioners and others
The Indian Law Review's scope is broad, and extends to all work relevant to Indian law (including comparative perspectives). The journal is not limited in terms of legal themes or methodology; the only limitation is jurisdictional, and submissions are welcome from scholars located worldwide. Indian Law Review may also publish a small number of high quality pieces relating to the law of other South Asian and Southeast Asian jurisdictions with historical and geographical connections to India.
The Indian Law Review publishes three issues per year. Each issue aims to contain three to five articles, one to three book reviews, a literature review, and notes on recent case and statutes. Its editorial policy requires anonymised submissions, and strictly follows double-blind peer review.
Indian Law Review is accepting submissions
The Indian Law Review uses Editorial Manager to manage the submission and peer review process, and is now accepting submissions for articles, literature reviews, case notes, legislative notes, and book reviews. To submit your manuscript please visit the Journal’s submission page. For information on preparing your submission please visit the Instructions for Authors page.