NUJS Law Review

NUJS Law Review

The Quarterly Flagship Journal of NUJS

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The NUJS Law Review operates on an open access model, making its articles freely available on its website and other sources.

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The NUJS Law Review is a quarterly publication and accepts submission on a rolling basis through the year.

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NUJS Law Review Mentions

Justice D. Y. Chandrachud cites NUJS Law Review in his dissent in the judgement on the constitutional validity of Aadhar. He cites the article authored by Pratik Datta, Shefali Mehrotra and Shivangi Tyagi from Vol. 10(2) titled Judicial Review and Money Bills.
The Supreme Court of India has cited five articles published in NUJS Law Review in its historic judgement decriminalising homosexuality. The following authors have been cited with three articles being from the special issue of Vol. 2(3) - 1) Shamnad Basheer, Sroyon Mukherjee & Karthy Nair 2) Saptarshi Mandal 3) Tarunabh Khaitan 4) Robert Wintemute and, 5) Dipika Jain & Kimberly Rhoten.
Advocate Arvind Datar cites the NUJS Law Review article "Judicial Review and Money Bills" by Pratik Datta, Shefali Malhotra & Shivangi Tyagi to highlight that the judicial review of money bills is not precluded by virtue of the term "finality" in the matter pertaining to Aadhar as a money bill
The Ministry of Finance cites article by Rishad Ahmed Chowdhury in Volume 5 of the NUJS Law Review in the Economic Survey 2017 – 2018
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