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
Amity Law School, Delhi publishes a Journal every year which is the Amity Law Review. The Amity Law Review is a peer-reviewed/refereed Journal having ISSN No. 2249-2232 and UGC Approved Journal No. 41080.
The Journal has been publishing since 2000 and it is published annually. The Journal seeks contribution from academicians, professionals and jurists. It covers all the areas of law including civil, criminal, corporate, arbitration, intellectual property, etc. It invites research papers, research articles, case comments and book reviews.
The Journal is channelized through ALSD website. No publication fee is levied upon the contributors.
In order to maintain the quality of Publication/Journals, the ALSD Publication Ethics follows the philosophy and principals of the Committee on Publishing Ethics (COPE). ALSD believes in the duty to retain the integrity of the scientific record. ALSD invites papers from academicians, advocates, judges and jurists etc. Submissions from students are not permitted in the Amity Law Review-Journal.
To further strengthen the quality contribution from authors, ALSD restricts the co-authorship number up to three.
Abstract: All submissions should be accompanied by an abstract of about 200 words outlining the central theme (s) of the paper.
Copyright: Author shall warrant that the papers submitted for publication do not infringe the copyright of any other person, except agreed otherwise. The copyright of the articles published shall vest with the publisher, viz., The Amity Law School, Delhi. The publisher, however, shall not be liable for any copyright infringement.
Cover page: In order to facilitate anonymity, authors must mention their names, contact details and affiliations only on the cover page of the manuscript.
English: Follow British spelling and punctuation conventions.
Font Size and Style: Kindly use Times New Roman 12 point for the main text and 10 points for footnotes.
The heading should be used as per the following style:
First heading: 12pt, Bold Centre
Second heading: 12pt, Bold Left aligned
Third heading 12pt, Italics centre
Length: Papers should generally be between 5000 and 15000 words (including footnotes). Notes, case comments and book reviews should be between 3000 and 5000 words. The Editors may, however, accept longer submission in appropriate cases.
Line Spacing: The line spacing of the main text of the paper should be 1.5. The line spacing between footnotes should be 1.0.
Indent: Left and Right indent should be 0.5 on both sides.
References: Footnotes should be used and not endnotes.
How to submit?
All the submissions shall be sent on alsdpublications[at]amity.edu.
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