The CADR Journal of Dispute Resolution (CJDR) is the official publication of Centre for ADR, National Law University Delhi and is dedicated to recognize and foster academic research and scholarship in ADR methods. This biannual Journal intends to examine the latest developments in the field of ADR and its interface with commercial law, particularly in light of comparative international perspectives. While it is a primarily legal journal, it also addresses analysis on allied areas, such as sociological and psychological research on ADR.
CJDR aims to publish truly interdisciplinary research on issues related to dispute resolution and provides a platform for sharing up-to-date, high-quality and original research papers alongside contemporary and insightful reviews.
Volume I Issue I – 2021
We are happy to announce the launch of the first edition of the Journal of the Centre for ADR at NLU Delhi’s CJDR – the CADR Journal on Dispute Resolution. We have brilliant articles by Harshad Pathak – Shivam Pandey, Sahil Kanuga – Aparimita Pratap, Anuradha Agnihotri – Lavanya B Ananth – Tanvi Pillai, Payel Chatterjee – Alipak Banerjee – Shweta Sahu, Vishesh Sharma, Shashank Garg – Kanika Singh. In this edition. We hope you enjoy reading and learn a lot from Volume 1 Issue 1 2021 and are looking forward to your support and contribution to our future issues.
Volume I Issue II – 2021
The CADR Journal of Dispute Resolution (CJDR) is inviting submissions by way of a Call for Papers for its Volume I, Issue II).
CJDR is now accepting submissions of manuscripts for publication in Volume I, Issue II of the Journal. The deadline for submission of manuscripts for the forthcoming issue is September 15, 2021.
Theme for Volume I, Issue II of CADR Journal of Dispute Resolution (CJDR):
Latest Trends in the field of Alternative Dispute Resolution
The Centre for ADR has recognized that the journal needs to attend to ongoing discussion on practice. Thus, we invite contributions that take note of challenging aspects of the development of ADR methods in light of but not limited to the technological advancements, digitalization, expansion of ADR to various fields including energy sector, IT etc.
This Issue welcomes a variety of methods and approaches (qualitative and quantitative as well as mixed-methods, literature reviews, theoretical concepts, etc.) to engage with this theme and seeks to bundle research on the latest trends in the practice of ADR.