Nyaay Shastra’s Law Daily is inviting submission by way of a call for blogs, to be submitted on a rolling basis.
About the Organisation
The Law Daily publishes articles related to the field of law, throughout the year, and aims towards accommodating every qualitative submission to create an open-access platform for legal news.
- Any Social issue
- Socio-Legal topic
- Analysis of recent judgment or order passed by the Supreme court.
- Any policy/Act passed by the Government
- Minimum: 500
- Maximum: 1000
How to Submit?
You may fill up the Google form to submit the blogs.
- Co-authorship: Up to two authors are allowed.
- Font Style: Times New Roman
- Font Size: 12, Headings -14 (IN CAPS)
- Line Spacing: 1.5
- The content will be subjected to a “Plagiarism test ” (Plagiarism shall invite blacklisting of the author).
- The references must be in the form of hyperlinks. Hyperlinks should be provided to all supporting materials and legal texts for the benefit of the readers. In case no hyperlink is available for any reference, the use of endnotes is recommended.
- In case endnotes are used, the article submitted should be properly referenced as per the 19th Bluebook citation format.
- The content must not reflect any religious/ political biases.
- A balance needs to be there while analyzing a policy.
- Any opinion must be stated as an opinion itself and not as a fact.
- The language of the content must not be over-technical. If the maxims or un-common legal terms are used, it is advisable to insert a speaking footnote to explain the same.
- The article should be attached in .doc i.e. word format in the form.
- All the manuscripts will go through a review.
- Categories (Not limited to)
- Research Pieces
- Policy Analysis
- Case comments, and
- Short Notes
Note: There is no registration or submission fee, all the selected articles shall be published for free.
The review process of each manuscript may take up to 10 days, though the Board of Editors shall endeavor to respond back to the author(s) within a week.
All submissions should be made by May 20, 2021.
All correspondence and queries related to the blog may be addressed to firstname.lastname@example.org
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