Academike [Lawctopus’ Law Journal: ISSN: 2349-9796] is Recruiting Editors; Apply by December 13

Academike is a MASSIVE, open law journal and knowledge center started by Lawctopus. And yes, it has an ISSN number! ISSN: 2349-9796.

See the website at www.academike.com.

We are now inviting applications for the post of editors at Academike.

As an editor, your task will be to edit and upload the drafts of submissions on the website on a daily basis.

You will be expected to work for at least an hour a day.

Students who have worked with/on law journals before are encouraged to apply. Students having prior blogging experience will be given preference.

Your responsibilities

  1. Proof read the submissions and make editorial corrections
  2. Decide the suitability of the submissions
  3. Upload the draft on the website

What you learn and get get?

  1. Become a part of the biggest online journal in the country
  2. Enhance your editorial skills
  3. Read up on subjects and legal topics on a wide range of issues
  4. Prizes from Lawctopus and LexisNexis.

How to apply?

Send in an email with a 200-250 word cover letter telling us of your past editorial experiences. Also let us know as to why working with Academike excites you?

This should be accompanied by a 1 page CV containing your best achievements.

Send your CV and the cover letter to [email protected] with a cc to [email protected]

Please apply by December 13. 

Our ideas and mission

We believe that all knowledge is useful. We believe that legal knowledge needs to be democratized.

Every semester thousands of law students in India engage in an exercise called ‘writing projects’. These are anywhere from 1000-10,000 word projects; anywhere from the very well researched to the plagiarized from Wikipedia.

Many students also make subject ‘notes’ which go waste after being a. carefully guarded from others or b. shared with everyone in class. Where do all of these projects and subject notes go? Do these go waste?

Even if not all projects are works of exceptional piece of writing and research, these can serve as a good starting point, a good literature review, a good over-view to build upon. Some of these are actually exceptional works, and deserve a wider audience and comments from those who care.

Academike intends to provide all this. Academike will serve as a platform to publish legal research papers and notes of all kinds. With our free and open access policy and liberal commenting guidelines, the research papers can be studied and commented upon by anyone with an access to internet.

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