Call for Articles: Mapping ADR: Submit by October 31

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About the Blog

The Mapping ADR blog is an initiative of Jindal Global Law School, Sonipat, India (“JGLS”). Pursuant to the growing importance of alternative dispute settlement (“ADR”), the blog seeks to provide an avenue for students, faculty and practitioners to engage in research and discussion on latest developments in the field of ADR.

The objective of the blog is to critically explore issues both specific to the Indian legal arena as well as increasingly relevant transnational alternative dispute settlement. The blog will host articles, interviews and recent updates on ADR.

Call for Articles

Any law student, academician and practicing lawyer who has something to contribute towards the ADR field is free to submit the article.

Submission Guidelines

  1. The submission can be made by legal practitioners, academicians as well as students.
  2. Ideally, the post should not exceed 1500 words.
  3. Appropriate sources are to be cited in OSCOLA along with references in footnotes.
  4. Plagiarism is not allowed.
  5. The authors need to ensure that they are submitting original work. The submissions need to be made via e-mail to mapping-adr[at] in .doc or .docx format, after ensuring that the articles are in compliance with the submission guidelines.
  6. Selected articles will be reviewed by the editorial team prior to the publication and authors will be intimated via e-mail.

The last date to submit an article is 31st October 2020.

Contact Information

For any queries, you can write to us at mapping-adr[at]

The website link for the blog is here.


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