It’s not every day that a new journal gets launched in South Asian legal studies. Hence excitement all around when the Indian Law Review was launched at the LASSnet conference in Delhi in December. Published by Francis and Taylor, the ILR is an academic-led, double-blind, peer-reviewed journal that aims to publish top-quality scholarship on Indian legal studies. Its global team of editors is stellar.
Here’s how to submit an article.
The ILR welcomes legal historical work. While so many other journals in our field are backlogged with very slow times til publication, here’s a fantastic new option to aim for. You’ll also be part of the early days of what is poised to be a high-profile journal in our field.