Indian Journal of Air and Space Law (IJASL) ISSN 2394-6091
The Indian Journal of Air and Space Law (IJASL) is an exclusive and vital part of the CADL and is inclusive of articles from authors, practitioners, research scholars, and students across the world. This area of study draws its relevance on various specialties: each of which is undergoing a doctrinal and practical transformation as a result of new and emerging contemporary developments. This Journal was conceived with the intention to highlight recent developments, relate them to theoretical issues, and critically analyze their implications. It caters to a broad spectrum of audiences such as students interested in the field of international aviation and space laws, practicing lawyers, judges, research scholars, and all the other interested professionals.
Advancement and implementation of ever-evolving aerospace technology have resulted in tremendous global impact to diversify the field on numerous levels and calls for a further heated debate and research in this field. Nevertheless, apart from the academic and practical point of view, such interest in the increasing need for exploration and uses of outer space can also be seen through scientific thriller movies, books, and illustrations as well.
With the augmentation of globalization, intermingling, and interdependence of economies, liberalization of space policies, technological developments in the aerospace industry, privatization of certain aerospace segments, and the growing trends in non-interventionist bilateral and multilateral agreements, there is a development of new trends that are emerging in the aerospace industries throughout the world. Privatization and intensified global competition are forcing the aviation and space industries to become responsive, increasingly competitive, and committed by focusing more closely on their stakeholders.
Therefore, the effort of this Journal is to promote and encourage a healthy and innovative debate on all facets of the aerospace industry and ensure that the ethical standards of research are complied with.
Till now, we have published and released twelve volumes of this Journal. The Journal is our modest venture in further and advanced research in the field of aviation and space law, and we at the Centre for Aerospace and Defence Laws, sincerely hope, to keep up with our efforts for the continuation of the Journal.