Call for Papers: International Journal of Law and Policy Review [IJLPR, Vol 9, No. 1]: Submit by Oct 30

About the organisation and journal

IJLPR is a teacher-run, open-source and non-peer-reviewed & non-refereed journal published (January and July) twice a year (Bi-Annual). This online Journal is managed and regulated by the School of Technology, Law & Development of The W.B. National University of Juridical Sciences (NUJS), Kolkata.


The Editorial Board of the ‘International Journal of Law and Policy Review’ [ISSN (O): 2278-3156] is inviting long article/special article/short article from the author/writer for its January 2020 issue [Vol-9, No-1]. The write up can be sent under the following categories:

Segment 1 – Long Article: Any topic relating to law and policy

Minimum Length (12000 words including footnotes).

Segment 2 – Special Article: Any topic relating to law and its research.

Minimum Length (6000 words including footnotes).

Segment 3 – Short Article: Any topic relating to law and policy.

Minimum Length (3000 words including footnotes).

Note: Write up particularly preferred by the Chief Editor shall also be published.

How to submit?

The write up must reach through e-mail ijlpr[at]

For further information, one may visit instructions to the author’s web page: HERE.

Important dates and deadline

The write-up must be received by the journal on or before October 30, 2019. The next issue will be uploaded on or after January 15, 2019.

E-mail: ijlpr[at]

For the official link, click here.

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