Call for Blogs: GNLU’s GCLS Blog: Rolling Submisions

About the Centre for Law and Society

The Centre for Law and Society was established to undertake research and legal studies at the confluence of law and society and to provide legal assistance through a variety of methods, including traditional casework, summary advice, self-help, community legal education, community development and policy reform initiatives.

The Centre facilitates interdisciplinary and multi-disciplinary research. It seeks to examine the interface between law and society from the perspective of broad range of disciplines.

Call for Submissions

The GNLU Centre for Law and Society is calling for contributions for the GCLS Blog. Submissions will be considered on a rolling basis. The Blog promotes interdisciplinary approaches to law to facilitate a better understanding of laws and legal systems in India.


The GCLS Blog welcomes articled based around the interface between law and society, with an emphasis on contemporary developments.

Submission Guidelines

  • Submissions for the blog shall be reviewed on a rolling basis.
  • Submissions must be original. By submitting an article, the author undertakes that it has not been submitted, accepted or published elsewhere.
  • The maximum word limit is 1500 words.
  • All relevant sources must be hyperlinked. In case no hyperlink is available for a reference, use of endnotes is recommended. Speaking endnotes and footnotes are discouraged.
  • Submissions must be in Word Format (.doc or .docx) to bloggcls[at]
  • The maximum number of co-authors permitted is two.
  • The Editorial Board may take up to seven days to respond to submissions.


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