The Indian Journal of Arbitration Law strives to combine theoretical aspects of arbitration with their practical relevance. This is achieved by including contributions from individuals with varied expertise in arbitration, whilst giving due importance to the work of academicians and students, who contribute innovative academic research. The journal endeavours to cover a wide range of contemporary issues in the field of arbitration. While the "Indian" in the name of the journal indicates the source of publication, the journal itself has consistently focussed on topics of global interest and relevance. The journal has also had theme-specific issues in the past, to explore the developments in a particular area in depth; such issues have focussed on investment treaty arbitration, development of Asian centres of arbitration and revisiting the Model Law.
The student-run editorial board strives to achieve scholarly excellence with the aid of an eminent board of advisers and a patronizing institution, known for its academic excellence.
To promote free dissemination of knowledge and empowerment, the journal follows an open-access policy. At the same time, IJAL is available on widely-used online legal databases including Kluwer Arbitration, HeinOnline and Westlaw.
Senior Content Editors
Deputy Managing Editor
Deputy Managing Editor (CARTAL)
Srishti Rai Chhabra