The Manipal Education Group, with its heritage of excellence in higher education for over 60 years, launched Manipal University Jaipur (MUJ) in 2011 on an invitation from the Government of Rajasthan, as a self-financed State University.
School of Law, Manipal University Jaipur is dedicated to fostering and inculcating the intellectual and ethical values in the students. It is committed to the evolution of law as an instrument of social change with efforts being made to expose students to practical realities.
School of Law, Manipal University Jaipur is inviting submissions on a rolling basis for its first-ever blog called Manipal Law Review.
About the Blog
Manipal Law Review is a peer-reviewed academic blog, an initiative taken by the students of School of Law, MUJ which provides a platform to initiate a discussion on contemporary issues and their relevance to different fields of law.
It aims to provide a means for young minds to present their opinion on important issues in a detailed yet efficient manner while the
the matter at hand is still fresh in hopes of sparking a conversation among the readers.
The Manipal Law Review accepts weekly submissions on a rolling basis from all contributors. Submissions can pertain to any area of law, or social issue that features an important legal component. The submissions will be reviewed by the Editorial Board under
the supervision of the Editor in Chief.
Submissions may be in the form of short notes, articles, case comments or book reviews.
Submissions must not exceed the word limit of 1500 words. (Acceptance of submissions may be flexible on the word count depending on the quality of the submission.)
Submissions must not mention any detail of the author and it must be accompanied with a covering letter.
All word limits are exclusive of footnotes
Submissions are to be emailed at mujlawreview[at]gmail.com exclusively in .doc, .docx, or .odf formats. Other formats particularly PDFs are not acceptable and may lead to summary rejection.
Submissions should be in Times New Roman font, single-spaced throughout, 12 points for the main text and 10 points for references.
Please refrain from using any page borders and ensure such borders are removed before the manuscript is submitted.
References must be attached with an appropriate link in the main text itself or mentioned at the end of the excerpt. Uniform mode of citation must be followed.
The submissions must be original and unpublished.
Manipal Law review prefers submissions which are analytical in nature.
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