NALSAR Student Law Review: New Issue

The latest issue of the NALSAR Student Law Review (which is available online) carries a number of articles that may be relevant to readers of this Blog. Here is a list of those:

– Regulation and Responsibility of Credit Rating Agencies vis-a-vis the Current Economic Crisis- A Comparative Analysis

– Rethinking the Linkages Between Foreign Direct Investment and Development: A Third World Perspective

– The Place of Reasonableness in the Restraint of Trade: Just how much does India depart from the Common Law

– Lost in Transit: The Fate of Anti-Assignment Clauses in Patent Licensing Agreements in the Case of Mergers

– Stretching the Limits of Statutory Interpretation: Critical Review of Bhatia International v. Bulk Trading

Hat-tip: Aditya Swarup

About the author

Umakanth Varottil

Umakanth Varottil is an Associate Professor at the Faculty of Law, National University of Singapore. He specializes in corporate law and governance, mergers and acquisitions and cross-border investments. Prior to his foray into academia, Umakanth was a partner at a pre-eminent law firm in India.

1 comment

  • @ Umakant,

    This is an incidental comment; I understand NALSAR also is due to come out with the Indian Journal of Law and Economics this year.. The Journal is timely indeed and am looking forward to reading it.. Do you (or Swarup)know whats the latest on that front?

    I plan on reading the NALSAR Student Law Review though! I have been into publishing and law review editing myself and believe that this one is right up there with the best. (The problem is the political economy in legal scholarship operates however to a slight disadvantage of the student-edited journals in India, with the result that aside from a inner circle, few are aware that quality work gets forum here).

    I wish the editors all the very best..

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