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The Law Weekly started in 1914, in its 104th year of useful service to the legal profession consists of the following members in its Editorial Committee who have contributed substantially in maintaining its standard and in the task of legal reporting...

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Mr. B.Sriramulu, Senior Advocate was born on 29-12-1933 in Nekkundram in Ponneri Taluk. He studied in Hindu High School Madras and in the Loyola College and Presidency College from where he graduated in 1954. He took his Law Degree in 1956 Madras Law College...

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Editorial Committee- Writ Law Reporter, Writ Law Reporter was started in 1984. It is in its 34th year of service to the legal profession. This is a monthly journal reporting Judgements delivered by the Madras High Court mainly in Writ Jurisdiction under Article 226...

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The Law Weekly was founded in 1914 by late Sri V. C. Seshachariar, a doyen of the Madras Bar. He was the Proprietor-Editor till his demise in 1936. Later after the demise of its founder, his son Sri V.C. Vasudevan was in charge from 1937 till 1966. He also started the other Journal called "The Law Weekly(Criminal)" in 1966 which has been well received throughout our State, by practitioners in the Criminal Courts.

The Lawweekly

The Law Weekly was founded in 1914 by late Sri V. C. Seshachariar, a doyen of the Madras Bar. He was the Proprietor-Editor till his demise in 1936. Later after the demise of its founder, his son Sri V.C. Vasudevan was in charge from 1937 till 1966. He also started the other Journal called "The Law Weekly(Criminal)" in 1966 which has been well received throughout our State, by practitioners in the Criminal Courts.

The Lawweekly

The Law Weekly was founded in 1914 by late Sri V. C. Seshachariar, a doyen of the Madras Bar. He was the Proprietor-Editor till his demise in 1936. Later after the demise of its founder, his son Sri V.C. Vasudevan was in charge from 1937 till 1966. He also started the other Journal called "The Law Weekly(Criminal)" in 1966 which has been well received throughout our State, by practitioners in the Criminal Courts.

The Lawweekly