Call for Submissions by The Criminal Law Review Blog [CrLR]: Submissions on a Rolling Basis!

About the Opportunity

The Criminal Law Review Blog is open for submissions from students, researchers, practitioners, academicians and legal experts in the field of law.

About the Blog

The blog is a legal start-up that aims to keep the legal fraternity updated with the recent developments in law, especially criminal law.

Who may Submit

  • Students
  • Researchers
  • Practitioners
  • Legal Experts
  • Academicians

Submission Guidelines

  • Categories and word limit
    • Article: 1500-2000 words
    • Other: 1000-1500 words
  • Co-Authorship: Upto 2 authors
  • Reference Style: Hypercitations i.e hyperlinks directing the readers to the relevant source
  • Reference (Offline): Reference to offline materials may be cited in the form of endnotes. (OSCOLA 4th Edition)
  • Format: (.doc) or (.docx) format

For further details on submission guidelines, click on the link given at the end of this post.

How to Submit

The authors must submit their manuscripts to crlreview[at]gmail.com with the subject ‘[Title of the paper] | Blog Submission | [Author’s Name]

Contact Information

E-mail ID: crlreview[at]gmail.com

Phone Number: +91 7434045410

 

Click here to find further details about the submissions for CrLR Blog.

 

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