South Asian Law Review (ISSN- 2708-5740) is a new platform of comparative legal research on the laws of South Asian countries produced by Bangladesh Institute of Legal Development. The Journal welcomes outstanding original contributions on all branches of law of South Asian countries (Bangladesh, India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Afghanistan, Nepal, Bhutan and Maldives) by any author of the word. It welcomes contributions on all aspects of law, but special emphasis is placed on contemporary developments. Alongside academic articles, the journal features case law, book reviews, current law reform proposals, etc. The articles and case notes are designed to have the widest appeal to those interested in the law —whether as practitioners, students, teachers, judges or administrators— and to provide an opportunity for them to keep abreast of new ideas and the progress of legal reform. SALR is an open accessed and triple blind peer-reviewed journal and is printed (alongwith online & CD ROM version) quarterly.
Peer Review Process
Triple Blind Peer Review
Frequency of Publication
Querterly [4 issues per year]
Turnitin, Smallseotools, Quetext
Print, Online & CD-ROM Journal
Indexed & Refereed Journal
Peer Reviewed Journal
Frequently Asked Questions
What is SALR ?
South Asian Law Review (ISSN- 2708-5740) is a new platform of comparative legal research on the laws of South Asian countries produced by Bangladesh Institute of Legal Development.
Is it Double Blind Peer reviewed Journal?
Yes. The journal is a triple blind peer-reviewed journal. Furthermore, the journal is open accessed and printed (alongwith online & CD ROM version) quarterly.
Has the Journal impact Factor ?
As a new journal, it has no impact factor now but will try to secure impact factor in future.
Who are engaged in Editing and Reviewing activities ?
A huge number of national and international academics, practitioners, researchers, policy makers, etc are engaged in the editing and review work.
How can I submit manuscript ?
How Much Issue in a year ?
South Asian Law Review contains four issues in a single volume.