The National Association For Legal Aid & Development (NALAD) is one of the leading Law Student’s led committees by Lex Assisto in India with students participating from different colleges/ institutions/ universities all over India.
The main objective of NALAD is to create a platform for law students to learn, interact, engage them directly and indirectly through both theoretical and practical scenario related to the legal aid awareness and development which is been taken place in India.
The NALAD blog is an open-access blog published with an intention to promote, contribute and understand the practical scenario of different laws that are implemented and further tend to the need for legal aid by the people in India through publishing the curated and edited content selected by the editorial review process.
CALL FOR BLOGS
NALAD invites all researchers, writers, students (both UG & PG), lawyers, academicians, professionals, scholars, and all others who wish to submit well-curated content.
Any topic relating to different issues faced by the people of our country when it comes to legal aid related to any subject matter of law or anything related to the same.
The articles will be selected after a review process (done by the experts associated with NALAD), which will include a peer review by the editorial board of the NALAD at the first level. Nature of Submissions: Blog: 1000-1500 words (inclusive of footnotes).
Co-authorship is not allowed.
All the entries must be typewritten in *.doc or *.docx format.
The submission should strictly follow the following rule:
Font – Times New Roman
Font size – 12
Line spacing – 1.5
Alignment – justified
19th Edition of Bluebook should be followed for citation.
The content should be the original work of the writer and should not have been given to any other competition or for any publication.
Copyright over the published material shall vest with National Association For Legal Aid & Development (NALAD).
All submissions must be made in the electronic form through this link.
CERTIFICATE OF PUBLICATION
E-certificate of publication will be provided upon publication of accepted blogs.
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