About the blog
Gujarat National Law University is a National Law University established under the Gujarat National Law University Act, 2003 in the state of Gujarat. The university is located at Gandhinagar, which is the capital of Gujarat and is located 23 kilometres north of the city of Ahmedabad.
The LexTech (Science, Technology and Law) club is an initiative to further strengthen the object as it gives a platform to the stakeholders to undertake several activities and explore their acumen in the emerging areas of law with a blend and application of science.
GNLU Issues in Science, Law and Ethics (GNLUISLE) is a blog launched by LexTech that entails articles, book reviews, interviews, case and legislative analysis, and caricatures.
The blog seeks to ignite curiosity, knowledge and awareness in the minds of its readers regarding the up and coming scientific advances and its legal and ethical implications or legal matters with a scientific blend. The Club may also come out with a book incorporating the few select received articles on the blog.
LexTech and the editorial team of GNLUISLE hereby calls for articles, book reviews, case and legislative analysis, caricatures and cartoons for its blog.
Anything that explores issues that result in the convergence of science, law and/or ethics is acceptable.
Students, academicians, research scholars and anyone with a keen and earnest interest in the interdisciplinary study of science and law may send in their submissions.
GNLUISLE accepts submissions on a rolling basis.
GNLUISLE accepts submissions in the form of articles, book reviews, case and legislative analysis, caricature and cartoons that are novel and original.
For the guidelines that need to adhere for the submissions, kindly click here.
The submission shall be sent to lextech[at]gnlu.ac.in with a cover letter, submission title, brief abstract, necessary hyperlinks for cited material.
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