The post was originally published on February 8, 2015.
The NALSAR International Law Journal is a student edited, peer reviewed Journal published bi-annually by the International Law Society at NALSAR University of Law, Hyderabad.
The Journal seeks to promote the growth and engagement of scholarship in the field of international law, and provides for a forum for the active discussion of legal issues within the domain of both public and private international law.
The Journal seeks active participation from students and practitioners in the field of international law, in order to encourage members from the legal fraternity to involve themselves in substantive debate and the subsequent academic development emerging from it.
In providing this necessary platform for engagement in the contemporary international context, the Journal also wishes the intricacies of international legal issues to be readily available in the public domain, by publishing it online.
The Journal is also extremely privileged to be associated with the following legal luminaries, as part of its Peer Reviewer Panel and Advisory Board, and whose decision shall be final and non-negotiable:
- Claire Overman (Former Managing Editor, The Oxford Human Rights Hub).
- David Martini (Legal Assistant at the ICTY, Consultant at Global Rights Compliance).
- Wayne Jordash (Managing Partner, Global Rights Compliance, and Counsel at the ICTY).
- Kirthi Jayakumar (Founder and Managing Editor of the A38 Journal of International Law).
- Prof. Rashmi Raman (Legal Assistant at both the ICTR and the ICTY, and Assistant Director at the Centre for International Legal Studies, O.P Jindal Global University)
- Shreya Attrey (Current D.Phil. student, Oxford University and former Editor, Oxford Commonwealth Law Journal).
- Manav Kapur (Asst. Professor of International Law, NALSAR), L.L.M (N.Y.U).
- Jagteshwar Singh Sohi (Asst. Professor of International Law, NALSAR).
The Editorial Board of the Journal invites submissions for its inaugural issue (Volume 1, Issue 1) to be released in June, 2015.
Submissions in the following categories must be e-mailed to [email protected] on or before April 30th, 2015:
Long Articles (7000-10000 words, inclusive of footnotes).
Short Essays/Notes (3000-7000 words, inclusive of footnotes).
Case Comments/Treaty Appraisal/Book or Article Review (2000-4000 words, exclusive of footnotes).
Each submission must be accompanied by an abstract of not more than 350 words.
The citation method to be followed is that of the Harvard Bluebook (19th edition).
Submissions received after the said deadline shall be considered for subsequent issues of the Journal, on a rolling basis.
Co-authorship up to two authors is permitted.
For any clarifications, feel free to drop in a mail at [email protected]