The Indian Journal of Socio-Legal and Contemporary Affairs is a student run peer-reviewed law journal started by the conjoint efforts of collaboration of students across various NLUs and Central universities in the country with the objective of promoting academic research and fostering debate on contemporary legal issues. The Advisory Board comprises of Reputed Professors of renowned Universities.
Breaking the barriers of limited legal discussions, the journal not only confines it’s scope to the latest developments in the legal field but aims to create an inter-disciplinary forum to analyze the social issues in light with the legal discussions.
VOLUME I ISSUE I – (JULY 2020)
Jay Gajbhiye and Ankesh, both 2nd year Law students of National Law University Odisha, describes the concept of Act of God and it’s repercussions on the performance of contractual obligations amid Covid-19 pandemic.
Simran Kaur, final year law student from University Institute of Legal Studies, Punjab University Chandigarh analyzes the Digital Privacy Law in India.
Snigdha Shandilya and Pritish Kumar Pattnaik, both 5th year law students from KIIT School of Law, Bhubaneswar discusses the development of dispute resolution through Arbitration in different countries.
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