About the Journal

Focus and Scope

The Nepal Law Review (A Peer Reviewed Journal) is an English Language publication which has been publishing since 1977. Furthermore, Nepal Law Review is the oldest law journal in the country and various issues of the journal have been imparting knowledge, information, unique ideas and dialogues on various avenues of law, legal concepts, legal systems, legal education and other dimensions relevant, most particularly, applicable to the Nepalese society.

From the Year 40, Vol. 27, 2016-2017 Issue of the Nepal Law Review had initiated the process of the using anonymised peer review of the manuscript of articles. As such, authors are expected to deal with the comments and suggestions which may be identified after the completion of peer review.

Publication Frequency

The Nepal Law Review publishes two issues a year.

Open Access Policy

Nepal Law Review provides immediate open access to its content on the principle that making research freely available to the public supports a greater global exchange of knowledge.

Peer Review Policy

A roster of experts are identified and duly communicated for the purpose of review. The reviewers are given time for their feedback. Based on their feedback, the possibilities for rejection and acceptance are made. The contributors are given more time to make changes if required. The NLR follows double blind peer review process.


Copyright is vested on Nepal Law Campus. Prior approval of the publisher is required to be requested if any author wishes to publish the articles in any other Journal, book or present as a Conference and Seminar paper.

Editorial Policy

The Editorial Board reserves the Exclusive right to edit whenever necessity for the publication and further reserves the right to reject or withhold or postpone the publication of any materials.


The Nepal Law Review is published by the Nepal Law Campus, Faculty of Law, Tribhuvan University, Exhibition Road, Kathmandu, Nepal.