How to bring in a revolution in legal services with the help of technology.
Principal Legal Tech business areas (explain with the help of case studies
Start-ups in India
Issues and Challenges faced by start-ups
Government incentives and schemes, Applicable Laws
Risk Management, Financing
The last date for submission of the article is 15th May 2020 by 11:59PM IST. The maximum number of authors can be two for one article.
Guidelines for Submission
The articles for this competition must be between 3000-5000 words (excluding footnotes and references) with an abstract not exceeding 300 words. The word limits must be adhered to strictly, in case the word limit exceeds there will be deductions. Plagiarism of more than 10% shall be rejected.
The following formatting guidelines must be adhered to:
Abstract must be of Font size 12, Garamond, Italics, with a 1.5 line spacing
Body of the Article must be of Font size 12, Garamond, with a 1.5 line spacing.
Footnotes must be of Font size 10, Garamond, with a 1.0 line spacing.
Citations must be in 20th Edition of Bluebook style.
There must be a cover page to the article submission which must contain the name of author(s), name of institute/college or organisation, email address of the author(s) and contact number.
First prize: Rs. 1500 as cash prize
Second Prize: Rs. 500 as cash prize
Participation certificates shall be given to all. The results shall be declared in June 2020. The winner shall get a certificate of appreciation.
Note: If there are any queries regarding the guidelines or the format of the competition, please drop in an email at lexavantjournal[at]gmail.com or a call on +917774089444.
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