11 NUJS L. Rev. [i] (2018)

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EDITORIAL NOTE


            The  Law  Review  from  its inception has worked to push  the
boundaries of academic literature, garnering literature from students, academi-
cians and professionals. When Professor M.P. Singh, founded the journal back
in 2008, he had a vision of an academic journal which provided a platform to
academicians, professionals and students alike to express their views in a man-
ner which would be conducive to educating readers about various dimensions
of the law as it stands and the law as it should be. Professor Singh wished to cre-
ate a journal which would be at par with foreign law school reviews in terms of
quality. Throughout the years, the editorial boards have attempted to maintain
the threshold of quality set by Professor Singh while ensuring the frequency of
issues is consistent. The NUJS Law Review has sought to sustain and support
legal excellence through its continued standards of publication.

            Having  completed 10 years, the Law Review continues to endeav-
our to bring together different perspectives on contemporary issues of law in
order to enhance legal awareness and understanding. It has been a goal of the
NUJS  Law  Review  to consistently publish pieces which augment the exist-
ing literature through their innovative takes on various matters which have
been the subject of discussion within the legal community. Till today the Law
Review  continues to remain one of the only quarterly law journals in India that
is completely student-run, without any external support. The members of the
Law  Review continue to work to strive to achieve this vision, to uphold the ide-
als and goals set out over a decade ago.

            We  have sought to live up to Professor Singh's belief by putting
forth a curated collection of analytical articles and insightful book reviews in
each of our volumes. The position of respect of the NUJS Law Review in the
legal community today is due to the untiring efforts of all the members of the
editorial boards who have taken up the reins of this journal throughout its jour-
ney. We extend our gratitude to all previous members of the Editorial Board of
the NUJS  Law Review  and contributing authors who have played a significant
role in establishing NUJS Law Review as one of the most reputed law journals
in the country.

            This issue we are proud to present excellent literature on different
areas of law and policy. Broadly, this issue covers areas of constitutional law,
taxation, human rights, alternative dispute resolution and criminal law.


January - March, 2018

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