The ICFAI University, Dehradun, Uttarakhand (hereinafter referred to as the University) was established under the ICFAI University Act 2003 (Act No.16 of 2003) passed by the Uttaranchal Legislative Assembly and assented to by the Governor on July 08, 2003.
The Bar Council of India has accorded its approval for imparting three year and five year Law Courses at ICFAI University, Dehradun, Uttarakhand and award degrees in law.
About the E-Magazine
You are cordially invited to send articles, case commentaries, book reviews for “ICFAI JOURNAL OF MODERN LAW & JUSTICE” (E-Journal of ICFAI LAW SCHOOL, Dehradun).
ICFAI JOURNAL OF MODERN LAW & JUSTICE is an annually online academic E-Journal which aims to provide the most complete and reliable source of information on current developments in the Legal field. The emphasis will be on publishing original and quality articles.
Your article should include issue surrounding a specific facet of the law and articulate how that issue impacts business, society, individuals, governance, and the like. All the articles are to be submitted at lawjournal[at]iudehradun.edu.in.
Students, academicians, bureaucrats, professionals, researchers, etc. from the legal field are invited to contribute to E-Journal
How to submit?
Authors may send their works to lawjournal[at]iudehradun.edu.in. A cover letter mentioning the title of your work.
Name of the Author(s), Course, Year of study, Name of the college/university, Professional, Email address and contact number.
The publication is free of cost, you need not pay for the publication of your works in the E-Journal of ICFAI Law School, Dehradun. Please Find attached the author guidelines for the reference and the copyright form to be filled by the author
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