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Madras Law Journal (MLJ)

Established: 1891 (oldest journal recognized under Law Journals Reporting Act)

Reporting: Madras Law Journal (Civil) and Madras Law Journal (Criminal) have completed 133 and 67 years of reporting, respectively

Recognition: Highly regarded by legal professionals, scholars, and aspirants for its:

  • High editorial standards: Ensures exceptional quality and reliability of legal information and analysis.

Founding Editorial Board:

  • Rai Bahadur Salem Ramaswami Mudaliar
  • Sir C. Sankaran Nair
  • Mr. V. Krishnaswami Aiyar
  • Mr. P.R. Sundara Aiyar

Current Editorial Board:

  • Editor-in-Chief: Justice K.M. Joseph (Former Judge, Supreme Court of India)
  • Deputy Editor: Mr. Sharath Chandran (Advocate)
  • Advisory Editorial Board:
    • Prof. Dr. Upendra Baxi (Emeritus Professor of Law)
    • Mr. K. Doraiswami (Senior Advocate)
    • Mr. Arvind P. Datar (Senior Advocate)
    • Mr. R. Yashod Vardhan (Senior Advocate)
    • Mr. Dama Seshadri Naidu (Senior Advocate)

Madras Law Journal (Criminal) Editorial Board:

  • Editor-in-Chief: Justice P.N Prakash (Former Judge, Madras High Court)
  • Deputy Editor: Mr. Sharath Chandran (Advocate)
  • Advisory Editorial Board:
    • Justice Uday Umesh Lalit (Former Chief Justice of India)
    • Justice S. Nagamuthu (Former Judge, Madras High Court)
    • Mr. R. Shunmughasundaram (Senior Advocate)

Labour Law Journal (LLJ)

Established: 1949

Focus: Evolving field of labour law, covering:

  • Employment issues
  • Labour regulations
  • Worker safety

Significance: Plays a crucial role by reporting decisions from High Courts and the Supreme Court.

Editorial Board:

  • Editor-in-Chief: Justice R. Banumathi (Former Judge, Supreme Court of India)
  • Deputy Editor: Mr. Sharath Chandran (Advocate)
  • Editorial Board:
    • Mr. A.L. Somayaji (Senior Advocate)
    • Mr. Arvind P Datar (Senior Advocate)
    • Mr. L.V.V. Iyer (Advocate)
    • Justice V. Parthiban (Former Judge, Madras High Court)
    • Mr. J.B. Dolia (Senior Advocate)
    • Mr. Manpreet Singh Doabia (Advocate)

Why Law Journal?

  • The journal, well-known and respected for its prompt and discerning reporting, strives to maintain the highest standards of accuracy and neat execution.
  • Case treatments to the cases mentioned in a judgment. This helps users to identify and select the correct judgment to cite the same before various forums or courts of law.
  • High-quality Short Notes/Headnotes on judgments to quickly read and understand the case.
  • To encourage legal scholarship, we also report research articles, thought-provoking articles on critical contemporary issues and timely and topical issues in law, which give rich knowledge to the readers on various areas of law.
  • Articles reported are original, analytical, and comprehensive work on specific areas of law.