Juscholars is a completely open-access law blog to reiterate the importance and multi-disciplinary approach of law. The blog is aimed to foster legal research by providing a platform to encourage the original and unpublished work of authors.
Juscholars Blog welcomes blog submissions on a rolling basis on contemporary issues relating to law. The blog accepts submission from students, academicians, lawyers, judges and other esteemed members of the legal fraternity.
About the Competition
Juscholars is conducting an Article Writing Competition (May 2020). This competition is basically meant to encourage the writing skills of the students.
The competition is open to all students across India (not restricted to law students).
Top 2 winners: Rs. 500 cash prize + Certificate of Merit + Copy of “CASE LAWS MADE SIMPLE” (Click here) + Free publication in Jus Weekly + Certificate of publication + Internship opportunity
Next top 10 winners: Certificate of Appreciation + Free publication in Jus Weekly + Certificate of publication + Internship opportunity
All such other articles which fulfil the minimum criteria will be published as a blog (for free).
All participants shall be given a certificate of participation.
Guidelines for Contributions
All essays must be submitted in English Language only.
Length of the article must not exceed 2000 words.
Co-authorship is allowed.
All submissions must follow the uniform style of citation.
All submissions shall be made to juscholars.blog[at]gmail.com.
Details of the author(s) shall be provided in the body of the email.
Registration: 5th June 2020
Submission: 7th June 2020
Date of Declaration of Results: 3rd Week of June
Fee details: Rs. 150/-
Co-author: Rs. 250/-
After the payment, all the participant(s) must share the payment details (Transaction Id or Transaction screenshot) along with following details to juscholars.blog[at]gmail.com.
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