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The Student Editorial Board is responsible for the preliminary selection, topic modification, preliminary review, alteration, and secondary improvement of the manuscript. The editorial team consists of core-members of ACLR, along with students from various reputed universities assembled after a thorough selection process. The editorial team strives to ensure that the manuscripts forwarded to the peer review panel satisfy the standard of legal scholarship required for the journal. The review process is three-tiered managed by the Managing Editor, who reviews and coordinates between the Associate Editor and Senior Associate Editor. The Publishing Editors are responsible for the compilation of the final manuscripts and also the design of the journal. 

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