About the Journal

The Indian Journal of Law is a legal luminary, devoted to diving into the various intricacies of the global legal system. IJL is a bi-monthly legal publication housed inside Shodh Sagar's intellectual endeavours. In keeping with Shodh Sagar's objective to promote legal study and comprehension, this publication has established itself as a forum for the sharing of essential legal thoughts and research.
Meet our Editorial Board.

Journal particulars:
Title: Indian Journal of Law
ISSN: 3048-4936 (Online)
Frequency: Bi-Monthly (6 issues per year)
Publisher: Shodh Sagar
Publisher Address: First Floor, 230-231, Pocket E21, Sector 3, Rohini, Delhi-110085
Publication Place: Rohini, Delhi
Publisher Email: teamshodhsagar@gmail.com
Editor-in-Chief: Dr. Diwan Sher Singla
Editor Email: dr.diwan@shodhsagar.org
Copyright: Remain Journal
Starting Year: 2023
Main Subject: Law
Aim and Scope: Law and Legal Studies
Language: English
Publication Format: Online (Open Access)
Phone Number: 9812052026
Website: https://lawjournal.co.in

Current Issue

Vol. 2 No. 3 (2024): May - Jun 2024
Published: 30-07-2024

Original Research Article

  • International Human Rights Law: Enforcement Mechanisms and Challenges in a Globalized World

    Vikram Sharma
    1-6
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.36676/ijl.v2.i3.26
  • Study of Cybersecurity Laws and Regulations

    Aditya Joshi
    7-14
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.36676/ijl.v2.i3.27
  • Cybersecurity Law: Challenges and Legal Frameworks for Protecting Digital Assets and Privacy Rights

    Rahul Khanna
    15-20
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.36676/ijl.v2.i3.28
  • Environmental Law and Sustainability: Legal Approaches to Addressing Climate Change and Protecting Natural Resources

    Rahul Mehta
    21-26
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.36676/ijl.v2.i3.29
  • Criminal Justice Reform: Examining Strategies for Reducing Mass Incarceration and Promoting Rehabilitation

    Vikram Chatterjee
    27-31
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.36676/ijl.v2.i3.30
  • White collar crime identification in India: A Critical study

    Aarav Singhania
    32-37
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.36676/ijl.v2.i3.31
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