Amity Law School, Delhi is a law school in New Delhi. Founded under the aegis of the Ritnand Balved Education Foundation (RBEF) in 1999. In June 2018, it revoked its affiliation to Guru Gobind Singh Indraprasth University and decided not to participate in its forthcoming counselling sessions with effect from the academic session 2018–19.
About the journal
The ALSD STUDENT JOURNAL, ISSN 2249 – 4421, an initiative of The STUDENT JOURNAL SOCIETY of AMITY LAW SCHOOL, DELHI (GGSIP UNIVERSITY) welcomes submissions for Volume VIII of the Journal. The theme for the issue is “Economic
The coverage of the Journal includes all new developments in the above-mentioned fields.
The scope of the Journal includes (but is not necessarily limited to) research pertaining to:
Environmental Impact of Economic Policies
Rise in Economic Offences: Need for a Stringent Regime.
National Interest Implications on International trade
Revamping of the Insolvency laws of India
Analysing existing trends in Mergers and Acquisitions and their challenges
Regulation of Artificial Intelligence and its Intersection with Patent Laws
Role of Economic Regulators
Regulation of Air and Space Laws
Co-authorship is allowed up to a maximum of two authors. Manuscripts can be in the form of Articles, Research Notes, Case Comments and Book Reviews. The last date for submission of full manuscript is 31st October 2019.
It is encouraged that the paper takes into account recent developments in Economic Laws. Submissions with contemporary legal relevance will be preferred over others.
Due consideration to the legal scope of the subject matter at hand is to be given. It is expected that political or sociological take on a given problem shall not be at the expense of legal relevance of the subject matter.
The flow of the content in the submissions must be in a logical manner, conveyed with utmost clarity and without any repetitive or circular arguments.
The body of the manuscript shall be in font size 12, Times New Roman, 1.5 line spacing. The footnotes shall be in font size 10, Times New Roman, 1.0 line spacing.
Research Articles and Review Articles –5,000-7,000 words (Abstract of not more than 500 words)
Research Notes: 2,000-3,000 words (Abstract of not more than 350 words)
Case comments: 2,000-3,000 words (Abstract of not more than 350 words)
Book Reviews: 1,500-2,500 words (Abstract of not more than 350 words)
The word limit mentioned hereinabove is exclusive of footnotes.
In exceptional circumstances, if the manuscript exceeds the word limit, their publication may be allowed subject to the discretion of the Editorial Board.
Citations must be done in the footnotes and conform to the Bluebook: A Uniform System of Citation (20th Edition) style.
All manuscripts must be the original work of the authors and must not have been published or considered for publication elsewhere.
The Authors are requested to fill in the details regarding the Author Name, Email, Title of Manuscript, Submission in Word format, University Name, Year of Study, Residential Address and Phone Number.
The submissions shall be made in the form of a Microsoft Word document (.doc/.docx). All papers must be submitted through this link.
All queries shall be emailed to alsdjournal[at]gmail.com with the subject marked as “QUERY.” All suggestions/feedbacks shall be emailed to alsdjournal[at]gmail.com with the subject marked as “FEEDBACK.”
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