CALR is an initiative by the law students which aims to fulfil the gap present in the high-quality research/scholar work. It also aims to explore challenges that lie before lawmakers, the applicability of the same, and how the society responds to it, in the event of ever-changing social, economic, and technological scenarios. For the same purpose, the following centres have been established:


Centre for Study of Contemporary Legal Issues (CSCLI) established under CALR seeks to provide numerous insights and views into contemporary legal issues and encourage conversation about the same. It aims at updating the readers with minute nuances of the latest developments in the field of Constitutional, Civil, Criminal and International Humanitarian Laws, thereby generating a cross current of ideas on emerging topics. It showcases contemporary issues and challenges specific to law, with an interdisciplinary approach towards assimilating knowledge. CSCLI endeavours to become the beacon of legal education by encouraging synthesis of knowledge and best practices cutting across the academia and research fraternity. The expertise and experience of the diversely composed board which has representation in the form of advocates and legal professionals are to provide a holistic review of the articles and uphold the standard of the articles that finally get accepted for publication; with there being a great emphasis on quality research, the relevancy of topic and novel contributions in the scrutiny phase of review. The student-member body seeks to achieve the above-stated ambition by accumulating quality researched articles and making the blog a one-stop destination for the inquisitive readers. For any inquiries, or to get in touch with CSCLI, do contact us at


Dispute resolution is a term that refers to a number of processes that can be used to resolve a conflict, dispute or claim. Dispute resolution may also be referred to as alternative dispute resolution, appropriate dispute resolution, or ADR for short. It is becoming the primary function of the legal corporate world. Parties often find themselves at dispute, which needs to be addressed. Centre for the Study of Dispute Resolution follows the latest development in the said field, to bring the readers the idea of mastering managing a dispute. Dispute resolution many times, interchangeably used with conflict resolution, although conflicts are more deep-rooted and lengthier than disputes. Even many claim settlements are part of a negotiation or dispute. This centre does not distinguish between Dispute, Conflict and Claims, and covers all the three subject matters. The research area focuses on laws such as Insolvency and Bankruptcy, Contracts, or any law in which a dispute can be addressed. This centre focuses on Arbitration, Mediation, Negotiation, Traditional litigation as a mechanism to dispute resolution, etc and their impact on the corporate bodies. The centre is for Dispute resolution enthusiasts and welcomes law students, and practising professionals to contribute their idea on the subject matter and to have a platform to keep up with recent changes. For any inquiries, or to get in touch with CSDR, do contact us at



Center for Technology Law (CTL) is a department under the project CALR that aims to cover under its ambit all the interconnection of law and technology—taking up a vast number of issues under its wings, from blockchain technology, national and international cyber laws with a keen focus on the Indian scenario, along with legal integration of new and upcoming technology in the physical world. All this is directed towards escalating awareness in the direction of techno-legal interplay. Through the means of analytical academic literature, the centre directs one’s sight on the advancement of new and development of the existing span of technology laws. In the time that’ll follow the present, technological advancements are bound to surge new skies, and the legal system can’t fall behind. Centre for Technology Laws seeks to document this trail through the means of eminent articles, analytical write-ups and legal literature by our team. Furthermore, with the facility of monthly newsletters, our readers can be up to date with the work of our centre, effortlessly. For any inquiries, or to get in touch with CTA, do contact us at


The Centre for Environment Awareness (CEA) established under CALR seeks to engage in contemporary academic discussions surrounding environmental laws and judicial discourse. The idea behind the Centre for Environment Awareness is to work towards bringing about a shift from anthropocentric attitude to an ecocentric approach through the means of academic writing and deliberations on significant enviro-legal topics. The interplay of law and environment in India has allowed for prominent changes in the way the environmental rights are perceived and the Constitution of India is one among the few constitutions in the world to imbibe rights relating to the environment within it. The aim of the Centre is to promote awareness about various environmental issues concerning ecology, habitat, interplay of economy and environment inter alia through case analysis, articles and newsletters. The articles published adhere to the required standard in order to contribute to the existing literature in environment jurisprudence. For any inquiries, or to get in touch with CEA, do contact us at


Centre for Commercial and Financial Law (CCFL) established under CALR as one of its departments. The main objective of CCFL is to promote learning and research in the field of the commercial and financial law segment. This centre deals in Competition Law, Banking law, Insolvency Law, Taxation Law, Companies Law, Labour Law and various other laws in the field of commercial and financial law. CCFL aims to provide broader understanding of Commercial and Financial law to readers by the way of weekly newsletters, research articles and case analysis. CCFL is also concerned with tracking of national and international changes in the field of Commercial and financial law. This centre also encourages professionals and students to make their unique contribution. With the presence of such eminent personalities in our advisory board we try to provide an expert opinion about the lesser known topics and also encourage the students to discover this field and showcase the power of their pen. For more queries related to CCFL, mail us at