AmicusX is an online platform that reflects the evolving dynamics of legal education. This website is the result of the enthusiasm of a group of law students, lawyers and laymen, who have come together to decode and cognize the multi-faceted understanding of law.
AmicusX is organising National Essay Competition.
Any student of the 3 years LL.B. Course, or the 5-year Integrated Law Courses, or the LL.M. Course is eligible to participate.
The broad themes are as follows:
Human Rights Law
Intellectual Property Law
An essay can be based on any of the above broad themes.
5000 words (inclusive of footnotes)
Font Style: Times New Roman
Heading: 14, Bold
Sub-heading: 12, Bold
Body Text: 12.
Foot Notes: 10
Citation: Any uniform citation style
An essay is allowed to have a maximum of 2 co-authors.
References are compulsory. Any statistical data, fact or any other informative text when being used, need to have references to it in the form of footnotes/bibliography/webliography. References should be authentic in order to be reliable.
Submissions that are plagiarised to a level of more than 20% will not be accepted.
Once you submit your essay to us, you can publish it anywhere you want. Submission to us will not be a bar to you from submitting it elsewhere.
Registration to be made through this Google Form only.
Rs. 300 for single-author essays.
Rs. 350 for co-authored essays.
Kindly download or take a screenshot of the payment made, as it will be required during filling the registration form.
1st Prize: 4,000 INR + Certificate of Merit + Internship Opportunity at AmicusX
2nd Prize: 2,000 INR + Certificate of Merit + Internship Opportunity at AmicusX
Top 10 submissions will get ranked certificates of merit.
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