Centre for Academic Legal Research (CALR) is inviting submissions in the form of Call for Articles, Research Papers for its Journal of Applicable Law & Jurisprudence (JAL&J).
Centre for Academic Legal Research (CALR) is a worldwide initiative by students of law school with the aim to fill the void present in high-quality legal research in various fields of law. There are five centers established under CALR, namely, Centre for the Study of Contemporary Legal Issues, Centre for Cyber Law, Centre for Commercial and Financial Law, Centre for Study of Dispute Resolution, and Centre for Environmental Awareness. Each established centre is dedicated to high-quality research work which is analytical and critical in nature under their respective field of law.
About CALR JALJ
CALR Journal of Applicable Law & Jurisprudence (CALR | JAL&J) is a reputed international online research paper, journal, thesis, and conference paper publishing company headquartered in Dehradun, India. JAL&J is a one-stop, open-access source for a large number of high-quality and peer-reviewed journals in various academic domains. JAL&J has an extensive Editorial Board with renowned policymakers, academics, and senior editors from across the globe. The published papers are made highly visible to the academic community through a wide indexing policy adopted by this online international journal. Being a part of an eco-friendly community, JAL&J favors and encourages the e-publication of papers to truly present itself as an online ‘Green journal’.
Submission must be in form of descriptive, analytical, or critical analysis of the particular subject matter.
The submission should reflect original, unpublished work and not under review on any other platform. A maximum similarity of 15% is allowed. Non-adherence to this rule shall result in the rejection of the research/scholarly work summarily without any chance of revision.
Note: If an author withdraws his submission after initiation of the review process (within the seven-day deadline) he can be blacklisted from further publications, at the discretion of the Managing Editors or Project Heads.
Submission must ideally be limited to a length of 3000 words to 7000 words, inclusive of abstract.
Note: Every research/scholarly work shall consist of a limited 300 to 400 words abstract.
For articles please adhere to the guidelines given here.
For research papers please adhere to the guidelines given here.
How to Submit?
Articles to be submitted at centreforalr[at]gmail.com
Research Papers to be submitted at calr.jalj[at]gmail.com
For any inquiry visit the website or write to centreforalr[at]gmail.com
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