On its journey to becoming an article, the final say lies with the Senior Editors (“SE”). SEs review the received submissions (from third parties or the content team) for articles and suggest revisions in order to make any contribution more articulate, coherent, cohesive, and engaging to the readers. Articles are published on the assent of SEs. They give direction to the nature of work we aim to do at Tathya Gazette. Each of our SEs has experience and expertise in a particular field of law, and experience in legal writing and editing.
Junior Editors (“JEs”) are the backbone of Tathya Gazette and its reviewing mechanism. They are the caretakers for any submission received. JEs work in consonance with SEs and develop the general theme Tathya Gazette undertakes from time to time. They analyze and scrutinize, suggest revisions, communicate with authors, and give shape to all that is published through Tathya Gazette.
The JEs aim to strive and gain expertise in particular fields of law.
The Student Editors (“St Ed”) follow up an article from start to the end. The St EdS work alongside the SEs, JEs, and CAs to ensure that the writing process is as comfortable as it can be. For fresh law enthusiasts, the position of St Ed provides a great opportunity to review legal writing and familiarize oneself with a plethora of legal topics.