After our successful edition which garnered an outreach of national as well as international students and practicing professionals, the Editorial Board of Corpus Juris [ISSN: 2582-2918] invites original and unpublished manuscripts, on a theme of your choice, for publication in Volume 2 Issue II of the Journal, to be released in the month of June 2020.
We, at Corpus Juris, staunchly believe in an inclusive learning process and go a step further and provide additional assistance in the form of research and editing services to our authors.
Word Limit (exclusive of footnoting) is as follows:
Articles: 2000-3000 words (Abstract max. 350 words)
Book Review: 1500-2000 words (Abstract max. 350 words)
Case Comment: 2000-3000 words (Abstract max. 350 words)
Research Paper: 5000-7000 words (Abstract max. 500 words)
Submissions must conform to the following guidelines:
Body of the Manuscript shall be in Font size 12, Garamond, 1.5 line spacing.
Footnotes shall be in Font size 10, Garamond, 1.0 line spacing.
Citation in footnotes and in Bluebook (20th Edition) style.
A word document with the Final Manuscript to be sent to [email protected], with the subject of the email being: ‘Submission: Issue II, Vol. 2 Corpus Juris’, on or before May 25, 2020, 11:59 PM.
Details including the Title of the Manuscript, Name of the Author, Year of Study, College/University, and Contact Details to be mentioned in the body of the mail.
We give due consideration to legal scope of the subject. Political or sociological takes should not be at the expense of legal relevance. Further, flow of the content must be logical, conveyed with utmost clarity and without any repetitive or circular arguments. Expert Reviewers make the final call on Manuscripts selected for publication.
After acceptance of manuscript, publication fee of Rs. 800/- for a Single Authored Manuscript and Rs. 1000/- for Co-Authored Manuscripts (Max. 2 Authors) to be furnished.
The Certificate will be released on a rolling basis within 48 hours of receipt of payment.
Please feel free to direct all queries at [email protected] with the subject marked as “Query”. You may also contact:
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