Call for Papers: Legal Messenger [Online Journal]: Submit by July 31; Pay Rs. 1500 for Publication

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Legal Messenger (online – journal) (ISSN-2456-110X) invites Articles, Short Notes, Book Reviews Case Commentaries and other such for Volume 1, Issue 2, August 2016.

Submission

Academicians, Practitioners, researchers, students and others interested in the field may send original, unpublished papers to messenger.lmjournals@gmail.com

Deadline

31st July, 2016

Note: Legal Mirror & Legal Messenger both are 2 different journals published by the same publisher.

Submission Guidelines

1. The title of the research paper should be appropriate.

2. The research paper shall be original and unpublished work.

3. The paper should not be plagiarized, and free from grammatical, spelling and other errors.

4. Co-authorship is allowed subject to a maximum of two.

5. Full names of all the authors must be given.

6. The author(s) may follow any uniform method for citation.

7. The body of the paper shall be in Times New Roman, font size 12, 1.5 line spacing. Footnotes should be in Times New Roman, size 10 single line spacing

8. A margin of 4 centimeters shall be left on all sides of the paper.

9. Page borders shall not be used.

10. Bibliography & References shall not be included.

Theme

Legal Messenger operates without any theme; anything related to law is acceptable.

Format

The format of Legal Messenger is ‘Online’ (e-journal). Contributors however would be provided with the journal issue in the form of an e-copy on respective e-mail id & a Certificate of Publication through Speed-Post.

Word Limit

A. Articles (3000-10,000 including footnotes)

B. Short Notes (2000-5000 words including footnotes)

C. Book Reviews (1000-3000 words including footnotes)

D. Case Commentaries (1000-5000 words including footnotes)

Publication Charges

1. Single authored paper- INR 1500

2. Co-authored paper- INR 2000.

Contact

Mr. Ojas Jaiswal

Mobile. +91 8237 285 026

Links

Facebook Page is HERE.

Website is HERE and HERE.

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  1. None of Your Business says:

    Which Law prohibits a person (whether natural or juristic) to run more than one journal? Also, who says all the above journals are run by the same person? :O

    • Of course no law prohibits it. I never claimed so. I merely claimed it to be interesting.
      Going by your structuring and choice of username, however, I guess I’ve poked where it hurts. Worry not though, for I make no moral judgments – I was merely pointing something out.
      And what suggests that they’re run by the same person? The same contact details.

      Good luck with whatever you guys are doing though. These journals clearly so not help in any academic advancement, but do make a good business. As a fellow entrepreneur, I’d say good job. But then as a wannabe scholar, I’d have my reservations. Regardless, take no offense.

      • None of Your Business says:

        Are so seriously so illogical? I really don’t understand how people like you can draw such amateurish inferences? Just because the contact details are same, ‘fellow entrepreneur’ like you can interpret that all journals are run by the same 😀 😀 can’t all these journals employ the same person as its public relation officer? (A small piece of advise, name of publisher is depicted on the assignment letter issued by ISSN (I hope, you know what ISSN authority is) BTW, thanks for telling that you are one of the competitors of IJLR. Keep the criticism coming in! As long as they are able to serve the purpose behind their establishment (funding education of someone), what critics like you say wouldn’t really matter to them. I have seen copies of these journals in firms like Amarchand Mangaldas; also, the journal is read by around 1000 people per month from the length and breadth of the PLANET. This itself speaks about the repute. Better for IJLR folks that ‘scholars’ like you have your own reservations! 😛 All the best!

        • I’m not surprised. The ad hominems will get you nothing.
          Speaking of amateurish inferences, I didn’t say I’m a competitor of IJLR. I said I’m an entrepreneur.
          Taking offence over criticism is juvenile, I’d say. I had tried my best at giving a non-offensive, positive criticism. Way to go!
          Writing ‘planet’ in capitals would not change the fact that circulation is merely thousand people. That too, unverified. But of course, thousand people speaks for ‘repute’. kek. (Like, seriously, dude?)

          Your offence is completely misplaced. I never said what you’re doing is bad. I really appreciate that you’re funding your education with this. I was merely pointing stuff out. But clearly, PR is not your strong field.

          Regardless, Mr. Jaiswal, you lost all respect I had for you (used to follow your posts over at LegallyIndia). While it is appreciable that your efforts are aimed at funding your education, implying that the other party is inferior to you (“I hope, you know what ISSN authority is” – of course I freaking know, I spend half my time over at HeinOnline and Jstor) is plain juvenile and unprofessional. Given that your journal(s) actually stand nowhere and have poor quality content, it is quite ballsy for you to be typing away in such a tone.

          PS: It doesn’t take a genius to really understand that if various journals have same contact details and bank accounts in the same branch of the same bank, it’s run by the same people.

          PPS: Your ad hominems have left me kinda disturbed. I guess I should fire back: I really judge DSNLU now if *this* is the quality of students it produces. But then, I don’t think anyone would be surprised by that. Paradoxes are funny, laugh away at this one.

  2. Seems to be a lucrative business. Legal Mirror, Legal Messenger, International Journal for Socio-Legal Research – all run by the same person charging the same amount. Interesting…

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