A very warm welcome to the 2nd issue of ILJ for 2011.
This issue includes a special report on the newly consolidated FDI policy which was issued by the Union Finance Ministry recently while the interview of the month deals with the legal education system which is prevalent in the United Kingdom vis-à-vis the Indian legal education system. This issue focuses on various topical issues such as service tax related to the legal industry, an update on the status of the UK Bribery Act, 2010, a recent judgment of the Delhi High Court where it upheld an ICC arbitration award, an analysis of the monitoring of election related expenditure, an analysis of the verdict of the first competition law case in the Supreme Court, draft regulations announced by the Union Corporate Affairs Ministry on combinations, need for a legislature for living wills and whether environmental refugees should be included within the ambit of international refugee law.
I wish to express my sincere thanks to all those who have extended their unflinching support for the launch of India Law Journal, particularly our esteemed Board of Editors and the Editorial Team. I also wish to convey my sincere gratitude to the erudite personalities who have contributed invaluable articles for publication. Your feedback will be extremely useful.