- Apprentice Lawyer
The Journalists is a deeper look at the journals published by law schools around the country. In this edition, we take a look at the KIIT Law Journal, with Campus Ambassador Zainul Rizvi interviewing the journal's editor-in-chief, Saman Asif.
Beside plagiarism, what are the things you check for in journal submissions?
The research quality in addressing the Multi-disciplinary or Inter-Disciplinary approach in dealing with contemporary legal issues. More importantly the compatibility or the Predictions suggested in the Conclusion.
What message do you want to give to law students who are fond of writing? How can they improve their skills?
To be independent in thought and to visualise the acceptable and balanced suggestions/research-implications while dealing with the real-time problems in the Research.
In the pandemic situation how did your team review submissions?
The process of review is based upon the virtual correspondence with members of the Review Board considering the geographical locations of the members across the globe.
Hence, the pandemic situation had a minimal impact on the review process. In fact, since inception, virtual correspondence has been the primary means of the review process.