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Published by Maharashtra National Law University Mumbai

INDIAN REVIEW OF AIR AND SPACE LAW aims to provide a unique forum for practitioners, regulators, policymakers and academics who deal with international, regional and national aviation and space law and policy. It is an academically led peer-reviewed academic review that aims to publish high-quality scholarship on air and space law spanning all areas including comparative, international and multidisciplinary perspectives.

Typical articles combine theoretical rigor, substantive knowledge, and policy relevance. For example, articles may analyse an issue from a theoretical perspective; test theory or competing debates against relevant data; or provide a new historical treatment or solid comparative analysis for an issue.

All articles will be referred. The journal will also carry review essays and occasionally, round tables or research notes discussing various topical issues. With its distinctive combination of conceptual, theoretical and practical approaches to the issues of law, the Review aims to offer readers a unique opportunity to stay in touch with the latest developments in this rapidly evolving area. As part of its commitment to social and critical engagement in legal scholarship, the Review will also publish book reviews.  Book reviews, consonant with the journal’s aims and scope, are also reviewed by our Academic Editors.


Peer Review Policy

All research articles in this journal will undergo rigorous peer review. This process involves initial screening by the editorial board, followed by refereeing by at least two double-blind reviews by experts in the field. 

Important Dates

Please submit a 300-word abstract by 14 February 2022.


Decisions on accepted abstracts will be announced by 20 February 2022.


Authors whose abstracts are accepted shall submit complete articles by 14 August 2022.

Submission of Abstracts

The Author/s are required to email the abstract to

The manuscript may be mailed in Microsoft Word ('.doc' or '.docx') format.

The manuscript shall not contain any details of the author, and anonymity must be maintained.


The name of the author/s with the name of the institution affiliated to and the contact details shall be mentioned in the body of the mail.

The subject of the mail must clearly mention, ‘Abstract Submission IRASL [Article/Case Comment/Book Review].’

We are no longer accepting submissions for Volume 1 of the Indian Review of Air and Space Law. The last date for submission was 11:59 p.m. (IST) on 14th February 2022.

Please send any queries to

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