Law is dynamic and closely linked to the social developments, which make it an essential, that the knowledge of law should be shared. Research has to be communicated to the society. Peer-review journals have been identified as the best option for publishing and sharing your research results. Peer review is an academic evaluation of a research work by one or more scholars and experts in the same field or similar competence as the producers of the work (peers). Peer review is a form of academic self-regulation by qualified members of a profession within the relevant field. There are so many journals published in India, and especially, in the field of law there are numerous choices for an author to make. Identifying the best journal to publish in is not easy. However, it is essential to select correctly, since you can only send your article to one journal at a time, never simultaneously. It is always advised that your research contributions should be send to peer reviewed journals for better acceptance of your arguments and perspectives by the experts in your relevant area.
1.Journal of the Indian Law Institute Indian Law Institute, New Delhi
2.Indian Journal of lnternational Law Springer, Indian Society of International Law
3.Indian Police Journal Bureau of Police Research and Development(BPRD) New Delhi (India)
4.Criminal Law Journal, All India Reporter Nagpur
5.Indian Journal of Law and Economics NALSAR University Hyderabad
6.NLS Socio-Legal Review National Law School of India University, Bangalore
7.Indian Journal of Law and Technology NLSIU, Bangalore
8.Indian Journal of Legal Theory Centre for Legal Theory, National Law University, Jodhpur, Rajasthan,
9.Lexigentia, Lloyd Law College, Greater Noida law college in delhi ncr.
10.The Indian Journal of Legal Studies, University of Jodhpur.