ILW (Indian Legal Wing) is inviting submissions by way of a Call for Submissions on Sense of Justice for its first issue of ILW e-Newsletter.
About the Organisation
Indian Legal Wing (ILW) is a desi platform where we aim to cater to the exclusive needs of legal personalities and whoever takes interest in knowing the law. We curate legal knowledge in such a way that legal perspectives are easy enough to get in one go, keeping in mind our aim of connecting a layman to lawman.
About the Newsletter – Sense of Justice
Indian Legal Wing (ILW) with the objective of enriching the dialogue surrounding contemporary issues of Constitutional Law, aims to provide a platform for members of academia to contribute to the newsletter, while also ensuring that it is easy enough to get in one go, keeping in mind our aim of connecting layman to the lawman. We primarily accept submissions pertaining to Constitutional Law, but welcome and actively encourage interdisciplinary topics. This is in keeping with our goal to spread awareness of all aspects of Constitutional Law, and its intersection with other fields of study.
Call for Submissions
ILW e-Newsletter is calling for submissions containing a connection with contemporary issues in constitutional law, including legislative analysis, analysis of recent judgments, case studies, comparative studies with other legal jurisdictions and constitutional frameworks. Contributions to the e-Newsletter are welcome from all academicians, practitioners, and law students.
The submission must be an original work of the writer(s) within the broader theme of contemporary issue(s) in Constitutional Law. Submissions with critical analysis of legal issues along with possible solutions to tackle the issue will be given preference.
Who is it for?
Contributions to the e-Newsletter are welcome from all academicians, practitioners, experts, law students, and professionals from any field.
- The word limit for the manuscript is 1000 to 1500 (excluding footnotes).
- Manuscripts may contain hyperlinks
- Footnotes should be avoided and kept to a bare minimum (if necessary).
- The manuscript shall be submitted as a Word Document (.doc/.docx) and must be in Times New Roman font size12, line spacing 1.5 for contents and footnotes.
- The topic of the submission and the name of the document containing it shall be the same. It is to be noted that the manuscript should not contain any identification of the author/s, which shall be a ground for rejection of the submission.
- Co-authorship is allowed(maximum 2 authors).
- All submissions should be accompanied by a covering letter mentioning the title of the manuscript, institutional affiliation, and contact details of the author(s)
- The selected manuscripts will be published and all the contributions will be acknowledged in the newsletter.
- Plagiarism will lead to disqualification of the manuscripts
How to Submit?
Submissions can be made on or before July 25th June (by 11:59 P.M.) to email@example.comThe subject of the mail should be ‘Submission for ILW e-Newsletter’. The body of the mail shall contain details of the author/s (full name, year of study, university, and contact number). An entry not adhering to the submission guidelines shall not be entertained.
June 25th, 2021
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