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Institute of Law, Nirma University. The intricacies of corporate world have grown manifold times with the
developments taking place every hour at the national and international level.
The globalization web requires corporate businesses to not just be limited to
Company and its allied laws, rather have a holistic understanding from
environmental, social and cultural level as well. The Centre has taken up
several initiatives in the form of publications, debates and regular
interactions to keep pace with this dynamic era.
announce the launch of third issue of its Journal on Corporate Law. The multidimensional policies, tactics and
amendments changing the global market have impacted India. The journal thus provides a platform to academicians, practitioners, researchers,
students and other stakeholders in the field to deliberate upon the recent
developments in the corporate world.
Articles, Short Notes, Book Reviews and Case Commentaries to delve deep into
different perspectives and critically analyze the current policies along with
suggesting valuable, rational, legal ideas. The theme of the write-ups has been
kept open for free flow of intellectual ideas relating to the business arena.
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