CALR Journal of Applicable Law & Jurisprudence (CALR | JAL&J) is a reputed international online research paper, journal, thesis and conference paper publishing company headquartered at Dehradun, India. JAL&J is an one stop, open access source for a large number of high quality and peer reviewed journals in various academic domains. JAL&J has an extensive Editorial Board with renowned policy makers, academics and senior editors from across the globe. The published papers are made highly visible to the academic community through a wide indexing policy adopted by this online international journal. Being a part of an eco-friendly community, JAL&J favours and encourages e-publication of papers to truly present itself as an online ‘Green journal’.

About CALR Journal of Applicable Law & Jurisprudence (CALR | JAL&J)

 

CALR Journal of Applicable Law & Jurisprudence is another step towards fulfilling the CALR Institute’s goal, which aims to advance high quality research/scholar work. The journal will have different chapters, affiliated to the different established centres of CALR:

Centre for Study of Contemporary Legal Issues (CSCLI)

CSCLI Focuses on the landmark and latest development in the contemporary issue filed. The centre provides analysis of the various constitutional, criminal, civil and international law, 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.

Centre for Study of Dispute Resolution (CSDR)

Dispute resolution is a term that refers to a number of processes that can be used to resolve a conflict, dispute or claim. 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. This centre does not distinguish between Dispute, Conflict and Claims, and covers all the three subject matters. This centre focuses on Arbitration, Mediation, Negotiation, Traditional litigation as a mechanism to dispute resolution, etc and their impact on the corporate bodies.

Centre for Technology Law (CTL)

Centre 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.

Centre for Environmental Awareness (CEA)

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 eco-centric approach through the means of academic writing and deliberations on significant enviro-legal topics.

Centre for Financial and Commercial Law (CCFL)

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 is also concerned with tracking of national and international changes in the field of Commercial and financial law.