Call for Papers: Indian Journal of Contemporary Laws; Submit by March 15

About IJCL:

Indian Journal of Contemporary Laws (ISSN 2394-8256) is a biannual peer reviewed multi disciplinary Journal which seeks to provide a forum for engaging in discussions on varied contemporary issues of law.

It is a non-profit initiative of Capstone Legal; which is a law firm founded by NLS graduates.

Patrons of IJCL include THREE Vice Chancellors of top Universities and two Chair Professors of National Law School of India University, Bangalore.

Submission Procedure:


Applicants shall submit an abstract of the submission which shall go through a two step selection process.  Word Limit is 600 words.

Firstly, the abstract shall be selected by the Board of Editors and it shall be forwarded to at least one of the patrons for final decision. Secondly, patrons shall select the abstract & inform the Board of Editors.


Selected applicants shall be requested to submit the final submission within a period of 20 days from the date of selection of abstract.


The Submissions shall be vetted on the Editorial Policy & other guidelines before being published in IJCL.

For detailed information about the submission guidelines & editorial policy, please see website HERE for further details.

Last Date for submitting abstracts is 15 March, 2015. 

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