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CLR

CLR

The CHANAKYA LAW REVIEW (CLR) is a half yearly International Journal of multidisciplinary- Fundamental Research in Law, Social Sciences, Sciences and Humanities interface with Law. The legal education is the backbone and driving force towards social justice. In fact it’s a social justice education. The study of law encompasses all the aspects of society. It is a study of society which needs to be regulated by social norms and statutory laws. The social behaviour depends upon the behaviour of the people living in the society. Since human needs are varied, so the inter relations with various disciplines. It has impact on the administration of Justice System and governance. In order to explore the significance of interdisciplinary study, ‘the Chanakya Law Review’ is being launched by the CIRF in IPHD of CNLU. This Journal will provide a platform to the academicians all over the world on the inter-disciplinary, cross disciplinary and multi-disciplinary issues in Sciences, social sciences and humanities interface with laws. Keeping in view the needs and nature of the journal, the editorial board has been constituted.

The Chanakya Law Review (CLR) is an International Journal (E-Journal) of Fundamental Research and Development in the field of Law interface with other Social sciences, and Humanities interface with law. It is a Half yearly Research Journal comprising scholarly works of renowned academicians and research scholars. It aims to encourage authors to write papers on international issues involving multidisciplinary fundamental research and disseminate knowledge worldwide. It has objectives of publishing high quality original research work through articles and case comments that provide contemporary insight and add value to the existing Indian legal framework with respect to interdisciplinary, multidisciplinary and cross disciplinary comparative discourse with all the subject of social sciences, Sciences, Humanities interface with Law. It shall encompass all the areas in juridical sciences and Administration of Justice System, national and International.