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Call for Blogs by DNLU’S Centre for Research in Competition Law and Policy (CRCLP): Rolling Submissions

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CRCLP or Centre for Research in Competition Law and Policy is inviting submissions by way of call for blogs. Submissions are accepted on a rolling basis.

About the Blog

Centre for Research in Competition Law and Policy was established by Dharmashastra National Law University, Jabalpur (DNLU) on February 24, 2020 after the Competition Commission of India empaneled DNLU into a panel of reputed institutions having expertise in law, economics, finance, and management for Competitive Assessment of Economic Bills and Legislations. 

CRCLP Blog is a student run initiative of Centre for Research in Competition Law and Policy to promote legal discourse and research in the field of competition law. The blog aims at increasing awareness and fostering discussion on the present day issues of competition law. The blog further provides a platform to analyse topics pertaining to competition law which has not been adequately explored. 

Submission Guidelines

  1. The authors are advised to have their submissions in the range of 800-1500 words. Longer posts may be published in parts, subject to discretion of the editorial board.
  2. The blog encourages articles that deal with issue of Competition Law and Policy of contemporary relevance. However, you may analyse an old-issue or take up an issue that is not sufficiently discussed on other forums.
  3. The authors are advised to use in-text hyperlinks instead of footnotes. However, sources that cannot be accessed online may be cited as footnote. We do not allow use of endnotes.
  4. The title of the article should be formatted to Garamond, font size 14. The main body should be formatted to Garamond, font size 12 with 1.5 line spacing. The footnote, if any, should be formatted to Garamond, font size 10 with single line spacing.
  5. Co-authorship is allowed to a maximum of two authors.
  6. By submitting the article to the blog, the author consents to its publication.

How to Submit?

  • If you wish to publish your article on our blog, please write to us at crclp@mpdnlu.ac.in
  • The submission must be in Microsoft Word (.docx).
  • The subject of the mail shall be “Submission CRCLP Blog: Title of the Manuscript” and the author shall specify their full name and affiliation in the covering email.
  • CRCLP conducts a blind review process and retains absolute discretion in determining whether to publish the article or not.

Contributor’s Agreement

By submitting the article to CRCLP blog the author guarantees that the work is original and unpublished, and is not under consideration for publication elsewhere.

Upon publication, all copyright over the article vests with CRCLP. The Centre cannot be held liable for any liability accruing from the work of the authors.

Contact Information

Ms. Aditi Richa Tiwary (Student head,CRCLP and Executive Editor): +919424726559

Ms. Tanish Gupta (Associate Editor): +919993236813

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