Started in 2018, Lex Insight is a double peer-reviewed law journal and our blog has been consistently rated as one amongst the Top 50 blogs in India. The 1st and 2nd issue of our flagship journal can be accessed by clicking here. The blog publishes original articles written by Law students, Lawyers, and other academicians.
Lex Insight operates with a Free Access policy. Lex Insight do not charge money for any publications and all articles on the site are free to be accessed.
Call for Blogs
Lex Insight is currently accepting submissions for the blog on a rolling basis.
Contributions must be based on recent topics and must-have contemporary relevance. General write-ups are not encouraged.
Authors willing to contribute shall conform to the following guidelines:
The article should address current issues in the field of Criminal, Civil, Corporate or Public Policy Laws in India.
Articles should be in between 800-2000 words, Font: Times New Roman, Size: 12, Line Spacing: 1.5, Text: Justified
Articles should have ‘END NOTES’ only.
Receipt of submissions shall be sent within 02 days and review shall be conducted expediently within a week from the date of submission.
All submissions shall undergo a double review whereby inputs may be sought from authors at any stage and final acceptance shall be communicated at the last stage.
Submissions must be made in .doc/.docx format only.
Any submission made for the blog shall undergo a strict plagiarism check and, the author submitting shall ensure the same to be unpublished and original.
How to Submit?
Entries should be mailed to lexinsight2018[at]gmail.com with the subject “Submissions for Blog”.
For detailed guidelines, click here and for more info, visit the website here.
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