The recent research publications are - edited volumes on Magna Carta and Human Rights: The Legacy of 800 + Years and Rights of Indigenous People in SAARC. The volume on Magna Carta and Human Rights: The Legacy of 800+ Years comprises of articles written by Judges, Chairperson and members of Human Rights Commission, academicians, and students of law. The book focuses upon, and highlights the significance of Magna Carta in development of Human Rights and allied legal principles. The book is a commemoration of the 800th Anniversary of Magna Carta, jointly celebrated by Commonwealth Legal Education Association (Asia-India Chapter), and the European College of Law, London by a Human Right Summer School in London. The book reflects the immense influence of the Great Charter in the global legal history. The book on Rights of Indigenous People in SAARC contains selected research papers presented by the students from SAARC nations in the Second Prof. (Dr.) Madhav Menon SAARCLAW Mooting Competition and Law Students Conference, 2017. The book highlights the challenges and problems faced by indigenous people in this era of globalization. It also contains an analysis of the existing legal frameworks and constitutional safeguards pertaining to protection of the rights of indigenous people in the SAARC countries. The book is an attempt to reflect the identity crisis and the real life plight of the aboriginal communities.
The College also publishes two international peer-reviewed bi-annual journals; Lexigentia for professionals including academics and practitioners, and Lloydians for students. The editorial board of both the journals comprises international legal luminaries from judiciary and academics. Lexigentia highlights recent developments in the field of law and publishes articles, case comments, and book reviews. Lloydians, the students’ journal, is theme based and has focussed on themes like Law and Human Rights; Law and Technology; Law and Sedition; the Supreme Court on Constitutional Law, and Common Personal Laws.