Founded in 2009, Jindal Global Law Review (JGLR) is the faculty-edited flagship journal of the Jindal Global Law School. Since 2015, JGLR has been published by Springer Nature. JGLR is published twice a year, with each issue curated as a themed dossier on a specific area of both historical and contemporary significance to law. JGLR expansively understands ‘law’ as an assemblage of ideas, theories, methods, concepts, norms, traditions, politics, moralities, aesthetics, doctrines, policies, pluralities, and life practices. We publish peer-reviewed interdisciplinary and critical legal scholarship—with a focus on the Global South—by academics in law and cognate disciplines that take the conventional and the creative seriously.
As a space for fostering collaborative legal scholarship, alongside the standard journal article, case comments, and book reviews, JGLR has published long-form interviews and photo-essays. From 2020, JGLR will introduce three new occasional sections: Book Forum (conversations about a book between readers and authors), Teaching Texts (pedagogical experiences of engaging with key texts in a classroom), and Review Essays (argument based analyses of a collection of books/ works).
* Articles from JGLR Volumes 1 to 5 may be accessed here. From Volume 6 onwards, links on these pages direct users to the Springer website. JGLR editorial team can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.