NUJS has launched the ‘NUJS Working
Paper’ series with the objective to bolster the
culture of legal research in national law
schools in India. This series is aimed at
reflecting and showcasing the active and ongoing
research in the university on diverse legal and
social science topics. This research, published
as a ‘working paper’, is not fully refined and
fully polished/finished like a journal article
or a book chapter. It represents preliminary
findings and arguments of ongoing research work
and hence the name ‘working paper’. It is
intended to disseminate the preliminary findings
and arguments of ongoing research for the
purpose of exchanging ideas, getting feedback
and catalysing debate.
Faculty members of NUJS, doctoral students and other researchers and visitors to NUJS are encouraged to publish their preliminary research in the form of a ‘NUJS working paper’ to get feedback and comments before submitting their research to a refereed journal or any other refereed publication. It is not necessary that every ‘NUJS working paper’ should be followed by a publication in a refereed publication, though it is desirable.
NUJS working papers are intended to cover any legal or social science topic, national or international; or interdisciplinary; or policy related; or purely theoretical or even a critique of the some existing work or literature or a new policy or a case (national or international).
The views, analysis and conclusions in the ‘NUJS working papers’ are of the authors only and not of NUJS. Readers are encouraged to quote or cite working papers with the permission of the author and with due acknowledgement to the author and NUJS. Once the preliminary research is published as a ‘NUJS working paper’, the concerned faculty and other researchers are invited to present the paper in the ‘faculty seminars’ to get the comments and feedback of other colleagues. This can then be followed by presentation of the same paper in other conferences and workshops.
- "Prevention of loss or Decline of Vernacular and Indigenous Languages in the Indian Sub-Continent" by Prof. (Dr.) P. Ishwara Bhat"
- Analysing the Status of the Surrogate Mother under the Assisted Reproductive Technologies (Regulation) Bill 2010
- Euthanasia Regime- A Comparative Analysis of Dutch and Indian Positions
- Juxtaposing Scientific Uncertainty with Legal Certainty-The Carbon Conundrum
- Vertical Agreements in Competition Law - Striking the Right Balance between Regulation and Competition
- Alternate to Alternatives - Critical Review of the claims of ADR