Indian Constitutional Law Review [ICLRQ] is a peer-reviewed quarterly journal published by the Publishing Unit of AgradootWeb Technologies. ICLRQ is published with an intention to promote and contribute to the growth of Constitutionalism in India. It revolves around the issues pertaining to the wide sphere of Constitutional Law and within its array, covers all areas of law through its interactions with them.
The submissions shall revolve around contemporary happenings and/or any relevant issue in relation to Constitutional Law, Administrative Law and must establish its relevance to the area of study that the journal undertakes.
Submissions in the following categories are invited:
Articles: 3000-5000 words (exclusive of footnotes)
Research Papers: 5000-7000 words (exclusive of footnotes)
Case Comments: 2000-4000 words (exclusive of footnotes)
Manuscripts exceeding the word limit may be considered at the discretion of the Editorial Board.
Abstract is mandatory for Research Papers and Articles but not mandatory for Case Comments, and the same must not exceed 400 words.
Research Papers and Articles must also contain 5 relevant keywords.
Co-authorship up to two co-authors is permissible. Every author is restricted to ONE submission per Edition, regardless of co-authorship.
Submissions must be original and not published or under consideration for publication anywhere else.
All manuscripts will be checked for plagiarism and those with plagiarism percentage over standard permissible limit (20%) will be summarily rejected.
The journal accepts citations only in the form of footnotes. Citations must follow Bluebook 20th Edition and must not be explanatory in nature.
Submissions not in accordance with the submission guidelines and the additional instructions as set out above are liable to be summarily rejected.
Please send your submissions only via e-mail to info[at]iclrq.in, latest by 25th December 2020.
The subject line should be in the following format:
Submission for Edition XII | [Title of Manuscript] | [Type of Submission] | [Name of the Author]
For e.g., Submission for Edition XII | The Transformative Constitution | Article | Rahul Jain
The submissions must be in the MS Word (.doc, .docx) format and must contain ONE document containing both the Abstract and the Manuscript itself. Please refrain from sending both documents separately.
In the body of the email please include the following:
Author Information, including:
Names of Author(s)
Mobile Phone Number
Name of Institution & Year of Study
Title, Subtitle of Manuscript & Category of Submission
Declaration that the manuscript is original, not published and not under consideration for publication at any other forum. Submissions in PDF format will not be accepted.
ICLR follows a strenuous, multi-tiered, double-blind review process that typically takes at least one month after the final submission date to complete.
To facilitate this, please ensure that your name, college and any other identifying characteristics do not appear anywhere in the manuscript. These details must only be mentioned in the email. Failure to comply with this rule will lead to disqualification of the manuscript.
Last date to submit: 25th December 2020, 23:59 hours.
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