Lloyd Law College is a law school in India. The institution is located in Greater Noida, Uttar Pradesh.
Apart from the regular academic activities, to contribute to research in the field of law, Lloyd Law College has two International Journals- Lexigentia- Law Journal of Lloyd Law College and Lloydians- the Student Law Review.
The Editorial Committee of Lexigentia hereby invites articles and book reviews on law from academicians, advocates and research scholars for its Volume 6, Issue 2.
The Journal is an international, biannual, ISSN peer-reviewed (ISSN: 2454-1613) publication of Lloyd Law College. The Journal will showcase the recent developments in the field of law.
Theme: The present issue of Lexigentia shall focus on the issues of prominence across the legal systems.
Abstract: The Article should also include an abstract of about 350 words, which has to precede the article.
Authorship: Lexigentia is open only to academicians, law practitioners and research scholars. A maximum of two co-authors is permitted.
Citation Style: Uniform Style of Citation should be adhered to. The mode of citation to be followed is available here.
Format of the Main Text & the Footnotes:
Times New Roman font, in font size 12 is prescribed for all articles. Further, the footnotes shall be in font size 10 and in the
Times New Roman font. A line spacing of 1.5 for the main text and 1.0 for the footnotes is to be followed. All articles are to be sent in either doc or docx format. Any submission in pdf form shall not be accepted.
Last date for submission of abstract and articles: 10 August 2019.
How to submit?
All abstracts and articles are to be mailed to lexigentia[at]lloydlawcollege.edu.in.
For any details or queries, a mail can be sent to lexigentia[at]lloydlawcollege.edu.in.
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