Law Tales’ Webinar on How to Write a Research Paper and Where to Publish Them? [March 18, 6 PM]: Register Now!

Law Tales is organising a Webinar on How to Write a Research Paper and Where to Publish Them? on 18th March 2021.

About Law Tales

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About the Speaker

Advocate Anu Bhuvanachandran

Advocate Anu Bhavanachandran has completed her Masters of Law in Intellectual Property Law. She is a Patriotic experienced advocate cum academician in various spheres of law. She has her experience in sensational cases and policymaking. She backs more than 300 publications in various journals, books etc.

She is an Advocate-on-record, Supreme Court of India. She is currently a partner at Outsay Legal and a Peer Advisor at Chamber of Information Blog. She has also been a part of firms such as Singhania & Co. LLP and V J Mathew & Co. International Law Firm as Senior Associate and Associate Partner.

About the Webinar

The webinar will be dealing with the following aspects:

  1. How to write a research paper.
  2. What can be converted to a research paper?
  3. Parameters for research to be converted into a publication.
  4. Comparison between Paper Publication and Chapter Publication.
  5. How to adjudge the Credibility of a publisher?
  6. A reasonable target for the number of papers to be published in a year.

Note: E-Certificate will be provided to participants who will attend the session.

Date and Timings

The Webinar will be conducted on 18th March 2021 at 6 PM

Registration Fees

Kindly note there is no registration fee for the webinar.

Kindly fill up the registration form by clicking here:

Contact Details

For any query e-mail at: lawtales64[at]

Kushagra Pandya: 7000451833

Shatakshi Saxena: 9453983747

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