ICLR THE STORY
The Indian Constitutional Law Review (ICLR) is a quarterly-law journal that revolves around the issues pertaining to the growth and development of Constitutional Law in India. With increased awareness on Constitutionalism and remedies of citizens through Writs, challenges to Constitutionality of various statutes and laws have risen due to which it has become imperative for all laws and orders passed by any Governmental and Executive authority to be in sync with the Constitutional Mandate and the structure. The ICLR emerges out of a positive ideology to promote the growth of Constitutionalism in India. The growth of judge-made law has also given rise to various issues pertaining to the Constitutional Framework of Separation of Powers inter alia. The journal seeks to review academically all actions of Governments, Executive and Judiciary in light of the Constitutional values and principles.
The Indian Constitutional Law Review is published by Harbinger. Harbinger is a part of Agradoot Web Technologies LLP and carries out publishing activities inter alia for the organization. It is pertinent to state that ICLR is a for-profit initiative of the organization and does not undertake any non-profit activities. The journal also undertakes research activities by way of Research Papers, Research Presentations, Projects and organizing competitions. Further, the journal also promotes research by providing internship opportunities to law students across the country to intern with the journal to gain both Research as well as Editorial experience.
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