Call for Blogs: ALSD Student Journal’s Blog [Issue 1]: No Fee, Submit by June 15

The Editorial Board, ALSD Student Journal Society, is inviting column pieces on contemporary legal issues to be published in a Quarterly Online Digest.

About Amity Law School

Amity Law School, Delhi has the unique distinction of being the first law school in Delhi to start a 5-year integrated LLB (H.) programme in 1999. It has been granted affiliation by the Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University, Delhi which was further approved by the Bar Council of Delhi.

The law programme offered by the School seeks to promote multi-disciplinary analysis of the socio-legal problems by designing effective course structure and teaching methods.

The ALSD Student Journal is an initiative of the Student Journal Society. It invites contributions from students studying in various universities in India and abroad. It is a peer-reviewed journal having ISSN No. 2249-4421. It was first published in the year 2011 and is published annually.

About the Blog

Amity Law School, Delhi Blog is an online companion to our traditional print publication, ALSD Student Journal [ISSN: 2249 4421]. The Blog aims to foster a legal online footprint that is engaging, concise and accessible to a broader audience. Our time-sensitive approach towards the Blog, allows our contributors to distribute commentary on hot-button issues much quicker than the print journal.

For the first issue of ALSD Digest, they are inviting submission on Law and Technology till June 15’ 2021. The Digest operates on a continuous publication cycle, enabling us to publish the selected piece within 3 weeks of your submission.

They accept two types of publications from outside contributors:

Digest Commentary

Commentary pieces are less than 3,500 words and forward a policy argument or opinion on a contemporary area of law and technology. While this category is encompassing, they will tend not to publish pieces focused on surveying an area of law.

Digest Notes (Student Notes)

They are looking for Notes in the word bracket of 1,500-2,500 words. They encourage pieces proffering timely and novel analysis on law and technology and have recent impact. Surveys of new or recently updated areas of law. In contrast with Commentary, these Notes will tend to be supported by more rigorous citations.

Eligibility

The ALSD Student Journal Society welcomes contributions from students and academicians across all jurisdictions. ALSD Blog is not just a platform to provide legal information but also an avenue where law students and practitioners all over the world can come together to engage in a debate on contemporary developments and its relevance in the world today.

Submission Procedure

To make your submission, please click the link here: https://lawc.to/PTe5V

Contact

If you have any questions, feel free to reach out to Naina Yadav or Ayesha Mohanty at alsdjournal[at]gmail.com.

If you are a scholar or practitioner interested in publishing on the ALSD Online Digest, please contact us via email at alsdjournal[at]gmail.com.

The Journal is channelized through ALSD website [www.amity.edu/als] and LinkedIn Page is here: https://lawc.to/0HEQr

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