Law Press publishes a number of online journals on contemporary legal developments and key subjects viz. constitutional law, criminal law, corporate law, IPR, international law, and technology law. It is a medium for legal scholars – be it law students, academicians, professionals, or judges – to make original contributions to the legal field. We also publish a blog on myriad legal issues. Our endeavor is to contribute to legal scholarship, offer a stage for discussion on the most important and relevant legal issues, and encourage reflection among scholars.
Law Press publishes the following online journals:
- Law Press Journal on Constitutional Law (LP-JCL)
- Law Press Criminal Law Journal (LP – CrLJ)
- Law Press Corporate Law Journal (LP – CLJ)
- Law Press Technology Law Journal (LP – TLJ)
- Law Press Innovation & Intellectual Property Rights Journal (LP – IIPRJ)
- Law Press Contemporary Legal Affairs Journal (LP – CLAJ)
- Law Press Journal on International Law (LP – JIL)
Each Journal has an ISSN number (currently in process), is published biannually (2 times in a year), and is retained perpetually by Law Press. The current and previous volumes are accessible on our website archive.
THE EDITORS & THE ADVISORY BOARD
Each Journal is edited by an Editorial Team team of editors lead by an Editor-in-Chief and is guided by a Board of Advisors composed of eminent personalities from the legal arena. The Journal selects editors in a process that typically includes assessment of research skills in addition to skills at analyzing legal scholarship.
Law Press adopts a rigorous and intense editing process for selection. Our editors proofread, verify and line-edit each submission for accuracy and originality to maintain excellent standards of legal publication.
“Accessibility allows us to tap into everyone’s potential.” ― Debra Ruh. Law Press publishes all its journals online which are accessible to everyone without subscription. We believe in sharing knowledge and providing scholars with a more accessible platform. Needless to add, we love nature and avoid cutting trees to print our journals on paper.
Karam has a keen interest in constitutional and technology laws. He is responsible for ensuring scholarly standards of the blog and the journals. He constantly strives to find editors of the highest repute and skill for the journals. His idea behind associating with Law Press is to provide an accessible stage to legal scholars. He is known for pioneering creative and mind stimulating ventures which help not only the student community but the entire legal fraternity. In addition to this he also manages technology concerns of Law Press.
Shreyans is inclined towards criminal and corporate laws. His responsibilities include promotion of our blog, journals and events to the masses by using all available conduits. He also manages the resources of Law Press. He manages the student editorial team of Law Press and is responsible for managing our blog.
Rahul is a corporate person and has special interest in IPR and ADR. He acts as the main point of communication between Law Press and our advisory board. Rahul plans and manages events/competition at Law Press with a view to open more avenues for law students. He is also responsible for managing our collaboration and association with other organizations. His long term vision is to reach out to the vulnerable section of the Society and provide them justice.