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11 J. Indian L. & Soc'y VII (2020)

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                      JOURNAL OF

      INDIAN LAW AND SOCIETY

Volume   XI(1)                                                      2020





                            FOREWORD




                                               JILS Editorial Board 2019-201


     This issue marks the culmination of the yearlong efforts of the JILS Board
2019-20 to clear the backlogs for the Journal. In this Academic year, we published
four issues - Volume 8 (2017), Volume 9 (2018), Volume 10 (2019), and Volume
11(1) (2020 Monsoon). Further, Volume 11(1) marks the first bi-annual issue of
the Journal in the space of four volumes. Considering that there are no further
backlogs, the Journal is reverting to a bi-annual publication for all subsequent
issues. Thus, in a strange mix of pride and humility, we tell you, the reader
unequivocally that the Journal of Indian Law and Society ('JILS') is firmly back
on its feet again. What makes this moment all the sweeter for us is that we can
state with cent percent confidence that each piece in each of the four volumes
live up to the high standards that JILS is now renowned for. Every Article, Note,
Essay, and Legislative Brief published in these volumes went through a rigorous
double-blind peer review process in addition to multiple rounds of review and
edits by the Editorial board. Any report or lecture while not peer reviewed was
either the result of research carried out in association with JILS or delivered by
eminent scholars/practitioners.

      In addition to the pressure of taking the reins of a journal that has
published the likes of Martha Nussbaum, Marc Galanter, and Prabhat Patnaik,
JILS provides the added challenge of being an interdisciplinary journal. We feel
that it is worthwhile to share with you, the reader, one aspect we noted about

   Alex Koshy, Anamika Kundu, Rohit Sharma, Sarath Ninan Mathew and Sudev Singh.

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