ABOUT THE NALSAR LIBRARY
The library of the NALSAR University of Law is one of the largest law libraries in the country, not just in terms of the number of titles, but in terms of capacity as well. The library is a host to more than 30,000 titles and over 1,85,000 e-books covering various fields of study ranging from law to social sciences. The reference section of the library stocks complete volume sets of the most prestigious and well-known journals and compilations in the field of law. The library has subscribed to various online databases such as Westlaw, HeinOnline, Kluwer Arbitration, Manupatra, SCC Online, Economic and Political Weekly, JSTOR, LegitQuest, Oxford Reports on International Law, Cambridge University Press, Oxford, Taylor and Francis, Bloomsbury Hart and BRILL.
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The NALSAR Student Law Review (NSLR) is the flagship publication of NALSAR University of Law, India. It began publication in 2005 as a student-run organization and has published thirteen volumes since then. NSLR is an annual, student-edited, peer-reviewed law review which serves a medium of expression for multi-disciplinary writing.
In order to actively contribute to the intellectual climate of the country apart from carrying out its role as an instrument of academic research, NSLR hosted the first symposium on the theme “Law & Public Health” in February 2019. The symposium saw the participation of industry professionals, academicians, and practitioners. The proceedings of the symposium have been published as a separate issue as Volume 13(2).
The Tech Law Forum aims, essentially, to provide an open platform for opinions, comments, and responses, from students – a platform for discussions and debates on all issues relating to Technology Law, with a specific but not limited focus on India. We chose the Forum’s existing format due to the constantly evolving nature of technological advances, and the necessarily immediate, or even better, proactive, nature of responses to such developments.
The Forum aims to serve as a place for students, academicians and practitioners from the fields of technology and law, both, to discuss relevant issues. At the same time, the Forum also aims to provide a ready commentary on recent developments in the field from its own Editors and to link readers to other interesting resources and articles.
The NALSAR Public Policy Group (PPG) was envisioned by a few students of the college in 2015 to kindle the interest of students in the field of public policy of governance. It is primarily a lecture series, as part of outreach efforts to generate awareness among the student community, the PPG has held talks and lectures by eminent personalities in the field of public policy.
Some of the personalities that the PPG has hosted so far include Ms. Usha Ramanathan, Mr. Shiv Shankar Menon, Mr. Yogendra Yadav, Mr. Shashi Tharoor, Mr. Yashwant Sinha, Mr. Swapan Dasgupta, Mr. Varun Gandhi, Mrs. Seema Chisti, Mr. Arun Shourie, Ms. Maneka Gandhi, Mr. P Sainath, Ms. Brinda Karat, Mr. Aman Wadud, Mr. J Sai Deepak, Mr. Paranjoy Guha Thakurta, Ms. Aitishi Marlena, Mr. SY Qureshi and the like.
The Indian Journal of Intellectual Property Law (IJIPL) is the flagship intellectual property law journal of NALSAR University of Law, Hyderabad. IJIPL is India’s first student run journal that is wholly devoted to the study of intellectual property law running for the past 10 years. Published annually, it is the combined endeavour of NALSAR University of Law, Hyderabad and the N.C. Banerjee Centre for Intellectual Property Rights Studies to address contemporary issues in the field of intellectual property law.
Their call for papers can be found below: