Lucknow Law Review (‘Journal’ hereinafter) is a peer-reviewed, academic law journal, promoting intersectional scholarship in the field of law. The Journal is a quarterly publication, established in April 2021. The Journal is an interactive forum for generating awareness for broad and dynamic legal and social issues, with the contribution of by jurists, academicians, industry professionals, scholars, and students having immense informative value. The object behind the Journal is to bring in the close insights of the various contemporary and current issues of law to the readers. This journal provides an opportunity for authors for concentrated study in specific areas of the law and enhances their skills in legal research writings and analysis.
The Journal represents a refereed, peer-reviewed exponential journal publication with the aim of bridging the gap between research and practice, implementation of new and varied techniques of learning, integrating technological and market innovation, to provide easy and hassle-free paper submission and prompt response. The Journal also aims to establish a strong link between researchers and learners and to provide everyone a common platform to enhance the development of learning standards. Our objectives include promoting interactions between various though processes and finding, and to facilitating the exchange of information and ideas between individuals freely, fostering training amongst students and improving the legal scholarship.
We publish research articles both long and short, blogs, case comments, and book reviews on a rolling basis. Currently, the Journal is publishing its Volume 1 Issue 2, and has applied for the ISSN number with the concerned authority.