Indian Journal of Jurisprudential Studies is open access and peer-reviewed online journal seeking to publish original research articles or any other form of scholarly writing dealing with the research topics of Law and Politics and allied issues.
IJJS welcomes the participation of professors, experts, lawyers, research scholars, and students.
Any contemporary legal issue (Domestic/International) is acceptable. (Purely theoretical and empirical studies are also acceptable).
Long Articles (4000-6000 words)
Short Articles (2000-4000 words)
Case comments (1000-3000 words)
Legislative Comments (1000-3000 words)
Book Reviews (1000-3000 words)
Note: The above mentioned word limits are exclusive of footnotes.
All the manuscripts must be accompanied with a cover letter which should include: the Name(s) of the author(s), institution/organization, the title of the manuscript and contact information(email id & phone number).
The Submissions must be made to ijjs.editorial[at]gmail.com before 23:59 hours,15th August.
All submissions must be in (.docx) format. PDF files shall be straight away rejected.
The subject of the e-mail must clearly mention, ‘Submission of Manuscript for Volume I Issue I’.
No fee at any stage of publication.
The author (s) of accepted papers shall receive Publication Certificates.
Acceptance or Rejections shall be intimated within 48-72 hours of the acknowledgement of receipt.
The accepted papers shall be published within 3 working days after the intimation of acceptance to the authors.
All Submissions must reach us before 11:59 PM, 15th August 2020.
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