The SRDC ADR Magazine was commenced in 2020 as a student initiative, aimed at engaging the wider community of readers and practitioners and to keep them updated with the recent developments in the jurisprudence on the subject of Alternative Dispute Resolution. What began as a student-developed initiative soon morphed into a full-time institutional engagement as a periodical which is committed to maintaining the highest editorial standards and academic integrity. The ADR Magazine’s hierarchy comprises five Faculty Editors and twenty-six Student Editors who partake in copy-editing and content review in varying positions. The ADR Magazine adopts a double-blind review mechanism with the assistance of external peer reviewers, before finalizing the contents of a given issue. The ADR Magazine is a triannual periodical, featuring research articles, the triannual ADR Roundup, and a feature interview whereby a guest invited by the editorial team is interviewed on technical and professional questions. The Magazine is a reader-friendly and incisive guide to the theoretical and practical aspects of ADR, and promote interdisciplinary and comparative analysis of the present developments.
GNLU SRDC-ADR Magazine is dependent on the academic contributions made by its authors, with a view to encourage more readers to partake in the exchange of views, which we believe, is our contribution to provide a healthy ecosystem for growth and learning. We thank our readers and patrons and request for their sustained support and constructive feedback, which would aid us to remain steadfast in the path we have chosen.