Wednesday, 10 October 2012

Indian Journal of Arbitration Law launch

The inaugural edition of the Indian Journal of Arbitration Law (IJAL) had been recently launched on Thursday, September 27, 2012.

The IJAL is proposed to be a biannual peer reviewed student run journal, under the aegis of the Centre for Advanced Research & Training in Arbitration Law (CARTAL) of National Law University, Jodhpur. 
The mission of IJAL is to provide timely information, both practical and academic, on developments in the field of arbitration.

The Editorial Team of IJAL works under the guidance of an Advisory Board, which includes distinguished scholars like Mr. Fali S. Nariman, Prof. Martin J. Hunter, Mr. S K Dholakia, Mr. Gary B Born, Prof. Loukas Mistelis, Prof. Lakshmi Jambholkar & Mr. Promod Nair.

The website of IJAL can be found at http://www.ijal.in

We at Arbitration India - Perspectives deeply appreciate this non-commercial endeavor and only hope for its continued success.

While several luminaries such as Gary B Born, J. Martin Hunter and S. Dholakia have contributed to this first edition, the article which impressed us the most was one authored by Mr. Badrinath Srinivasan (who contributes regularly on http://practicalacademic.blogspot.in/ ) titled APPEAL AGAINST THE ORDER OF THE CHIEF JUSTICE UNDER SECTION 11 OF THE ARBITRATION AND CONCILIATION ACT, 1996: AN EMPIRICAL ANALYSIS.

Happy reading!

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