University or Research Institution
Focal point: 
Prof. G.S. Bajpai

Location

Gautam Budh Nagar , Uttar Pradesh
India
Uttar Pradesh IN
Postal address: 
Plot No.2, Sector 17-A Yamuna Expressway, Greater Noida, Gautam Buddh Nagar, Uttar Pradesh, India
Working languages: 
English

Galgotias Journal of Legal Studies

As part of our pursuit for the academic excellence and to contribute to the body of knowledge, School of Law, Galgotias University announces its forthcoming launch of its Galgotias Journal of Legal Studies. It shall be an interactive online peer reviewed journal. The Journal shall focus on the dynamic role and effect of law on the society and how it helps to engineer the changes within the society. It shall aim to have an interdisciplinary approach and provide a platform for thoughts, opinions, ideas, concepts and suggestions from various fields and sections of people. It shall intend to publish articles on various contemporary issues such as confluence and congruence of science, technology and law, legal and political efforts to combat the ecological imbalance without sacrificing and further harnessing globalised development, issues related to the intellectual proprietary rights and their contribution in protecting and encouraging research, development, creativity and its ultimate contribution to the society, the legal recognition of victims in the criminal justice system, the present day hurdles of business corporations as well as their active contribution towards fulfilling their corporate social responsibility etc. The journal shall not limit the scope of the article. It shall be entirely author's autonomy to pen down his thoughts relating to legislations, legal policies, treaties, conventions, law commission reports etc which has a direct impact on the society and its transformation.

 

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Policy Papers & Briefs
December 2014
India

This paper focuses on the enforcement of proprietary rights of women by the Indian courts and their endeavor to interpretlegislation in favour of marginalized women. 

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