Legal Information Knowledge and Expression [L.I.K.E] welcomes article that addresses contemporary legal issues in any field of law. It will be appreciated if the submission include critical analysis and future scope or explore a particular theme of wider resonance.
They invite submissions from legal scholar, law students, litigators, academicians and other authors ejusdem generis.
Last date of Registration: August 30, 2020
Last Date of Submission of Article: September 20, 2020
Declaration of Results: October 1, 2020
The suggested word limit for the article is between 1500-2000 words exclusive of citations.
Every article must have a title and an abstract not exceeding 250 words.
Authors are expected to mention 5-8 keywords after the abstract.
Only one submission per author is permitted. Co-authorship is permitted to a maximum of 2 authors per article.
The article must be submitted in the English language only and must be in Microsoft word format (.doc/docx). The submission in any other language and format will be rejected summarily.
Citations will be as per as bluebook 20th edition.
All articles must be original and unpublished. However, plagiarism up to 10% is allowed.
The article shall be evaluated based on the quality of content, knowledge of the law, innovative ideas, originality, language and style.
The body of the email must specify the name and designation, email id, contact number, name of the college/university of the participants.
All the mails must be sent to email@example.com
The article should not contain name or any other mark which reveal the identity of the author.
The format and style of the article are as follows:
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