NyaayShastra Law Review is inviting submissions for its blogs. The submissions are being accepted on a rolling basis.
NyaayShastra Law Review (NLR) aims to provide equal opportunities to all Law Students as there is a lot of competition in today’s time due to which everyone is not able to get some quality experience and are not able to develop the required amount of skills that are necessary to survive in the competitive world.
NLR Blog publishes articles throughout the year and we focus on mentoring and guiding every student in order to accommodate everyone who wishes to submit their writings.
1. Categories (Not Limited To)
- Research pieces
- Policy analysis
- Case comments, and
- Short notes
- Any Social issue
- Any recent judgment or order passed by the Supreme court
- Socio-Legal topic
- Co-authorship: Up to two authors is allowed.
- Word Limit: 500 to 1200 words. This word limit is exclusive of the endnotes (if any)
- References: 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.
- Citation: In case endnotes are used, the article submitted should be properly referenced as per the 19th Bluebook citation format.
- Language: 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.
- Format: The article should be attached in .doc i.e. word format with the mail.
For detailed guidelines, click here.
How to Submit?
By Filling the Google Form. The link is given at the end of this post.
All correspondence and queries related to the blog may be addressed to nyaayshastra[at]gmail.com
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