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I sit on the Editorial Boards of two Academic Journals and a Blog site that are published in the UK and India, and engage with works in the areas of law, criminology, and socio-legal studies .

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Birkbeck Law Review

The Birkbeck Law Review (BBKLR) is a blind peer-reviewed biannual independent publication managed and run by students from Birkbeck, University of London. It is available free online on this website, as well as through databases such as HeinOnline, Westlaw, and Google Scholar. It publishes thought-provoking articles written by students, professors and legal practitioners, and has been cited by the UK Supreme Court

Project 39A Criminal Law Blog

This blog aspires to provide a platform for academic engagement with issues pertaining to the criminal justice system. We believe that a nuanced and multidisciplinary discussion of these issues will enable us to meaningfully examine the structural challenges and harsh realities of the criminal justice system in India. Through this blog, we hope to trigger conversations that usher a deeper understanding of our criminal justice system and inspire critical thinking. While the focus of this blog is criminal law and justice, we also encourage perspectives through a diversity of disciplines, including sociology, psychology, anthropology and science. 

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DNLU Law Review

DNLU Law Review is a bi-annual, double-blind peer-reviewed, faculty-run journal of Dharmashastra National Law University, Jabalpur.

We hope to build on the DNLU Law review as a platform for meaningful research to discuss issues not only of and about the law but also about the disciplines that have developed out of their interface with the law such as diplomacy, international relations, legal anthropology, legal philosophy, legal history, etc.

We aim at developing DNLU Law Review a platform of research inclusive of different communities. We, therefore, encourage submissions from marginalised groups.

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