About the Institution
JECRC University, Jaipur, Rajasthan as one of the premiers University of North India, established under the JECRC University Act, 2012 of the Government of Rajasthan. JECRC Group of Institutions commenced its journey 17 years ago approved by AICTE and the Government of Rajasthan. The University has started the Faculty of Law in 2017 with the approval of BCI.
About the Newsletter
Lex Majstro is a fortnightly based law newsletter. The first edition was released on 1st October 2019 under the direction of the Head of Department, Faculty of Law. This newsletter covers all the recent legal national and international news, amendments/law review, blogs, etc.
The team of Lex Majstro at Faculty of Law, JECRC University, Jaipur release the newsletter fortnightly with a motive to spread legal knowledge among enthusiastic aspirants and learners to build the vast sphere of legal arenas.
Theme: Any Contemporary issue related to Criminal Law.
All undergraduate and postgraduate students enrolled in any discipline in a recognized law University/College/Institute in India.
How to Submit?
All submissions must be attached to the Google Form on the slot on the ‘Submission of Blog Post’. Submissions will only be accepted in MS Word Format (.doc/.docx) along with Author’s brief bio including name and current designation.
- Lex Majstro Newsletter is now calling for submissions from enthusiasts in any relevant topic of contemporary law to write blog posts on their preferred theme areas.
- All submissions must be original, unpublished, and should not have been submitted for review elsewhere. Plagiarism in any form shall result in instant rejection of the submission. The decision of the Board of Editors in this matter is final and binding.
- Submissions must be in the English language only.
- Word Limit preferably less than 1000 words with limited use of footnotes along with proper formatting.
Submit your blog before November 9th, 2020.
In case of any queries, feel free to reach out at lex.majstro[at]jecrcu.edu.in.
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