Upholding its age long repute of being the flagship journal of National Law University Jodhpur, the NLUJ Law Review, formerly known as Scholasticus, was established with the fundamental objective of advancing academic research and fostering discourse on contemporary legal issues in India. The Journal is a bi-annual, double-blind reviewed, and student-edited journal, aiming at an inter-disciplinarian approach towards legal writing and greater inclusivity of the student body. The remit of the Review is broad and is not restricted to any particular field of law. We encourage writings which afford a holistic understanding to the reader, dealing with national as well as international legal and policy-related issues.
National Law University, Jodhpur
National Law University, Jodhpur [hereinafter “NLUJ”] is one of the premier law universities in the country. The University was developed to provide a holistic approach towards understanding law and justice from a multi-disciplinary perspective. It boasts of a dynamic faculty comprising of both experienced and young academicians coming from diverse backgrounds and drawn from all across India and attracts top-quality students from diverse social, cultural and religious backgrounds, from all corners of the country. The faculty, students and alumni have achieved illustrious accolades in the fields of domestic as well as international law and hold distinguished positions in their respective fields today. The University has stood testimony to the fact that “Knowledge is Empowerment” and the NLUJ Law Review proffers this sentiment by providing a platform for legal discussion and debate upon the several important issues of national and international importance.