“Never before in India, and perhaps in the wider world of legaleducation, has a new Law School commenced its existencewith the publication of a learned journal; the Jindal Global LawReview marks thus an inaugural break in the history of Indianlegal education. I wish the Review all success, which is alreadyensured by the eminent content of this issue.”
Professor Upendra Baxi
Emeritus Professor of Law, University of Warwick, U.K.
“Congratulations on the inaugural issue of the Jindal Global LawReview. With topics ranging from access to justice to corporategovernance to legal education, addressed by an internationallyillustrious slate of authors (and editors), the Review is mirroringand advancing the global character of the new Jindal Global LawSchool. I look forward with excitement to the Review being animportant voice regarding law and legal education throughoutthe world.”
Professor William P. Alford
Vice Dean, Graduate Program and International Legal StudiesHarvard Law School, U.S.A.
“The Jindal Global Law Review is a unique wonder, the productof a grand benefactor of legal learning, which has blossomedinto a marvel of a University. The Jindal Global Law School isa magnificent adventure, which by the operational genius hasmade a justice splendour, which illumines the ever-changingworld order. Do have a glance at the topics taught, the celestiallevels of learning you reach and brave new world of peace andcivilization.”
Justice V.R. Krishna Iyer
Former Judge, Supreme Court of India
“This commemorative issue of the Jindal Global Law Review isdestined to be one of the most important documents addressingthe profound issues posed by globalization for legal practice andlegal education in India and around the world. The contributionsof this stellar collection of academics, practitioners, andpolicymakers will be required reading for anyone who hopes tomake progress on these important issues in the coming years.”
Professor David B. Wilkins
Vice Dean,Global Initiatives on the Legal ProfessionHarvard Law School, U.S.A.
“The publication of the Jindal Global Law Review is anintellectually exciting and portentous moment in global legaleducation and the Indian legal system. It raises tremendoushopes about the growth of India as a world leader for legalresearch which can also contribute significantly to bridging thegreat gulf between India’s high legal aspirations and the starksocial reality on the ground. I wish the Review success in theyears ahead.”
Professor Balakrishnan Rajagopal
Director, MIT Program on Human Rights & JusticeMassachusetts Institute of Technology, U.S.A.