Call for Papers: Academike, the Lawctopus’ Law Journal + Knowledge Center (ISSN: 2349-9796): Submit by Sep 30

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 very well researched to plagiarized from Wikipedia.

Many students also make subject ‘notes’ which go waste after the semester gets over.

Where do all of these projects and subject notes go? Do these go waste?

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READ: Vol III Issue V of Academike: Lawctopus’ Law Journal + Knowledge Center

With Academike, student generated knowledge is now out in the open.
Projects, research papers, class notes, all of it!
Get published, get comments!

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READ: Vol II Issue VIII of Academike: Lawctopus’ Law Journal + Knowledge Center

 

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Launching ACADEMIKE! Lawctopus’ Massive Open Online Law Journal + Knowledge Center (ISSN: 2349-9796)

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 very well researched to 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?

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