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The discerning readers may have noticed that MLJ comes to their hands in a greater bulk with wider reportage every week. Just as we have been working on a format to make MLJ- reading a wholesome experience, we were reminded by an article in a city newspaper as to how the worthiest of the men of our clan, who founded MLJ literally wrested the right to publish the High Court judgments in 1892 from the unwilling English Judges. That the salvo was fired from members of Saturday Club, a society of sorts comprising of eminent vakils of Mylapore makes us feel all the more proud that we share the same profession as those great men and walk along the same corridors of court buildings that they strode by.

Here, then, is the interesting chronicle of how the first issue of the Madras Law Journal went for print and how they established the journal and their right to publish. This reprint is made possible by the benign consent of NEWS TODAY from its publisher and author.,

Read on, you will realize, as we did, that we are the torchbearers of a great tradition of just not law reporting, but a whole spectrum of activities that included bringing out books and making critiques of judgments to make for sound interpretation of laws.

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