Call for Papers: NLIU eJournal of International Law: Submit by March 25


International Law


25th March 2016.

Rolling submissions are also accepted.

The Centre for Research in International Law (CRIL), a student-run body at National Law Institute University – Bhopal (NLIU) and the official Bhopal Chapter of the International Law Students Association (ILSA), is now accepting submissions for the NLIU e-Journal of International Law.

The NLIU e-Journal of International Law is a bi-annual online journal which publishes scholarly articles in the field of international law.

It seeks to secure collaboration between students, research scholars and professionals interested in international law, from all over the world.

For the 1st edition, the theme of which is International Law, submissions are invited for the following genuine, original and unpublished manuscripts:

Articles (6,000 – 8,000 words): The article must be a comprehensive and in depth analysis of the problem dealt with, including contributions by the author.

Essays (4,000 – 6,000 words): The essay must deal with a specific issue, and must contain arguments for or/and against the existing set up.

Judgment Analyses (2,000 – 4,000 words): The analysis must be a comment on a recent judgment, discussing the views expressed, the relevance of the judgment and the opinions of the author.


Kindly send in your submissions by 25th March, 2016

Submission Procedure

E-mail: [email protected] along with the duly filed out Submission-cum-Declaration Form.

Kindly note that rolling submissions are also accepted.

Submission-cum-Declaration Form

Click HERE.


In case of any queries, drop an email at [email protected]

Twinkle Chawla, Convenor, CRIL: +91 9753749349 ([email protected])

Suriti Chowdhary, Co-convenor, CRIL: +91 9713413083 (suritichowdha[email protected])

Tara Hari, Head of Journal, CRIL: +91 8966030369 ([email protected])

For further details, click HERE.


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