Christ University Law Journal (CULJ) is a biannual, double blind, peer-reviewed journal. The Journal and Publication Society of School of Law, CHRIST (Deemed to be University) invites submissions for the 23rd issue (Vol.13, No.1) of the Christ University Law Journal (Jan-June 2024). This issue shall remain non - thematic and submissions can be on any recent and relevant national or international legal topic. Submissions can be in the form of research articles, case comments ( 2023), and book reviews (2023 publication).Read more about Non-Thematic (Jan - Jun, 2024)
The complexity of gender requires an interdisciplinary and post disciplinary set of discourse to resist domestication of gender studies.
In this context, the Christ University Law Journal invites research paper submissions on the following sub-themes:
- International law and Gender
- Domestic law and its understanding of gender
- Rights of Gender Non-Conforming Persons
- Sexual Offences and Gender Binding
- Interdisciplinary perspectives on Gender (commercial, economics, literature, politics, psychology, sociology and sciences)
- Evolving jurisprudence in feminist and queer theory
- Intersectionality in gender
- Gender stereotyping in society and law
- Masculinity studies
GUIDELINES FOR SUBMISSION
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Ever since Human Rights were given a preferential treatment owing to an inherently anthropocentric approach that legal systems around the globe follow, quite a lot of dissenting voices have been raised – but none as impactful as the ones that we have today – which call for a paradigm shift in human rights law, by seeking to bring about a connection between human rights and the environment.