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. 

PATRONS

HON’BLE FAIZAN MUSTAFA

VICE – CHANCELLOR, NALSAR UNIVERSITY OF LAW (HYDERABAD)

HON’BLE JUSTICE DILIP BABASAHEB BHOSALE

FORMER CHIEF JUSTICE, ALLAHABAD HIGH COURT & EX- MEMBER, LOKPAL

BLOGS

GENDER-BASED VIOLENCE: AN EMERGING PANDEMIC

Naina Bora and Devika Bansal, both 3rd year law students of Gujarat National Law University, Gandhinagar discusses the surge in Gender based violence amidst the COVID-19 pandemic along with the directions given by the High Courts of J&K and Delhi on this issue.

FEDERALISM IN TIMES OF PANDEMIC

Rishi Raj Mukherjee, 1st year student of National University of Study and Research in Law, Ranchi analyzes the manifold challenges associated with the Indian federalism at the time of pandemic.

CALL FOR PAPERS

VOLUME 1 ISSUE 1 – TO BE PUBLISHED SOON

SUBMISSION CLOSED

CALL FOR BLOGS

1st Edition 2020

SUBMISSION – ON ROLLING BASIS

TO BECOME AN INTERN