Jurisperitus is calling for unique and unpublished Research Papers, Short Notes, Book Reviews & Case Comments for its Volume 3, Issue 2.
About the Jurisperitus
Jurisperitus: The Law Journal (ISSN 2581-6349, Indexed) is a non-annual peer-reviewed journal initiated with an aim to provide a platform to the masses of our country and re-iterate the importance and multi-disciplinary approach of law.
This journal is an initiative by Legal Education and Awareness Foundation, a registered Non-Governmental Organization, which aims at providing legal education and awareness to all parts of the country beyond any social and economic barriers.
Jurisperitus is indexed with Scientific Indexing Service, Scientific Journal Impact Fact, IJIFactor, RsearchBib and International Institute of Organized Research. It has A++ Impact Factor Rating.
In the previous issues of Jurisperitus published 100+ unique manuscripts.
One best paper selected will be awarded a cash prize of Rs. 10,000/-
The publication will be released on 15th February 2021 and authors will be able to download it from the website.
Articles: (3000-5000 words including footnotes)
Short Notes: (2000-3000 words including footnotes)
Book Reviews: (1000-2000 words including footnotes)
Case Commentaries: (1000-3000 words including footnotes)
The fee is to be paid after acceptance of Manuscript.
Rs. 600/- for Single Authored Manuscript.
Rs. 900/- for Co-authored Manuscript.
Rs. 1200/- for Triple Authored Manuscript.
Mode of Payment
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