KnowLaw with profound pleasure, humility, and anticipation celebrates the launch of the KnowLaw Journal on Socio-Legal and Contemporary Research Volume 01 Issue 01. The KnowLaw Journal on Socio-Legal and Contemporary Research is the flagship journal of KnowLaw Publication, established with the objective of promoting academic research and fostering debate on contemporary legal issues. The journal is a double-blind peer-reviewed journal, focusing on socio-legal and contemporary writing. The remit of the journal is not restricted to any particular field of law but is broad enough to include national as well as international socio-legal and contemporary affairs.
The Journal keeps its scope wide open to accommodate all fields of law, national as well as international with an aim to provide the readers with legal opinions and analysis. The Journal provides our readers with an avenue to stay updated on legal developments all around the world. The platform also provides students as well as professionals an opportunity to exchange ideas and share their thoughts and knowledge with the rest of the world.
Volume 01 Issue 01
|S.No.||Title of the Manuscript||Author(s)||Link|
|01||Evolution of Criminal Law in India.||Aarushi Tomar||Taken down on grounds of not meeting the Publication Ethics.|
|02||Case Commentary – Narendra v. K.Meena||Ekansh Agarwal||Read|
|03||Embracing Selfhood beyond Social Diversity in Rudyard Kipling’s novel Kim.||Riddhi Kashyap||Read|
|04||Gender Justice in Indian Labor Laws.||Stephen P Wilson||Read|
|05||Revamping Juvenile Laws – India needs it.||Jeeva Thomas Mannanal||Read|
|06||She said, He sued – A Defamation movement born out of the #MeToo Movement.||Neha Samji & Chilamkuri Deepthi||Read|
|07||Rule of Law in India and the Western World.||Sara Gauhar & Sara Naqvi||Read|
|08||Analysis of the Relationship between International Law and Domestic Law in the light of prevalent theories.||Aditya Agrawal||Read|
|09||Analysis of the 226th Law Commission Report on Acid Attacks.||Saloni Jaiman||Read|
|10||Substance Abuse in Contemporary India.||Sayari Kar||Read|
|11||Education – Struggle of X Years.||Puneet Dhawan||Read|
|12||Child Delinquents – Are they really ‘Doli Incapax’?||Siddhant Bhanawat||Read|
|13||Post Poll Alliance – An Analysis.||C. Amirdha Varshini & S. Abhijeet Krishna||Read|
|14||History of General Data Protection Regulation and Evolution of Concept of Surveillance in International and Indian Context.||Lovika Jaiswal||Read|
|15||Case Comment – Questions of Interpretation and Application of the 1971 Montreal Convention arising from the Aerial Incident at Lockerbie (Libya v. US) Preliminary Objections, ICJ.||Sakshi Nathani & Pratiksha Gautam||Read|
|16||Patriarchy to Pseudo-Feminism – Did we do a 180°?||Nupur Manshani||Read|
|17||Women as Marginalized Group – Status and Challenges||Tanaya Das||Read|
|18||Gender Discrimination in the devolution of Property under Hindu Succession Act, 1956||Pranav Karwa||Read|
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