Law column, a student-run legal web portal for the legal fraternity, is inviting submissions for its blog by way of a call for blogs.
About Law Column
Law column is a student-run legal web portal for law students, lawyers, academicians, professionals, and any person interested to gain legal knowledge. Law column provides law school notes, latest legal news, latest judgments, informative legal blogs, study material for law exams, guidance for law exams, interviews of prominent personalities, career advice, information about legal opportunities
Law column provides a platform for legal minds to showcase their writing skills and contribute to the legal fraternity through their opinions and ideas.
Blogs focusing on any contemporary issue relating to the field of law or of having academic importance will be accepted.
No fee will be asked at any stage of publication. One can submit any number of blogs.
There are no last dates for submission as we are accepting the blogs on a rolling basis.
Upon successful publication of the blog, the author can request for the issue of e-certificate of publication through the mail. (No fee will be collected )
Selected authors will be given an opportunity for an Internship at Law column
The submission should be an original, unpublished work of the author and not under consideration for publication elsewhere (either online or offline)
A maximum of 2 co-authorship is permitted
Articles that are plagiarized beyond 30% will not be considered.
The Blog post should be a minimum of 1500 words (there is no maximum word limit. All relevant points considering the topic should be covered).
The blog post should meet professional standards and be of publishable quality.
The blogs should be in simple language and should not be too technical for a reader to understand.
Try to include illustrations and relevant case laws wherever required.
Articles should be well structured. Don’t use long paragraphs. Use headings and sub-headings.
Use bullet points as the concept presented as points is easier to understand.
Relevant sources must be duly acknowledged and hyperlinked.
The author may upload a photograph related to the topic which will be used as a thumbnail image of the blog.
After submitting your article on the website, the authors have to send us the plagiarism report of your submitted article by mail (thelawcolumn[at]gmail.com) and also inform them of the next topic on which you will work. This will help them to publish your blogs quickly.
Plagiarism should be less than the prescribed value. You can generate plagiarism reports for free using this link or this link. (However the editorial team may recheck the submissions for plagiarism and such report generated by us will be referred to the reports submitted by the authors).
Authors are requested to give a written declaration that the articles submitted are original pieces of work and have not been plagiarized nor have been published or are in consideration for publishing in any other place. (should be sent by mail along with the plagiarism reports)
Note: The Process of reviewing the article will not be started until the receipt of the above said Author’s Declaration. It will take around 2-4 working days for the successful publication of the blog.
For any queries or assistance in the submission of blogs please write to:
Keep following our ‘Call for Blogs‘ section for more such writing opportunities.
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