The National University of Advanced Legal Studies, formerly National Institute for Advanced Legal Studies, is a uni-disciplinary university in Kochi, India for undergraduate, graduate and post-graduate legal education. It is the only National Law University in the state of Kerala.
About the Journal
The NUALS Law Journal (ISSN Number 2319-8273) is the flagship law review of the National University of Advanced Legal Studies, is a multidisciplinary, double-blind, peer-reviewed journal.
About the Blog
The NUALS Law Journal Blog shall is accepting from students, legal professionals and practitioners dealing with any contemporary legal issue on a rolling basis.
Guidelines for Contributions
All submissions shall be made to nualsljblog[at]gmail.com with the subject “Submission for NUALS Law Journal Blog”.
By submitting an article, the author undertakes that the article is an original work and has not been submitted, accepted or published elsewhere.
Co-authorship is allowed for a maximum of two authors.
Plagiarism will result in summary rejection of the submission. Length of the article must not exceed 1500 words.
The content should be written in Times New Roman Font with a size of 12. Line Spacing should be 1.5
The article should be referenced using hyperlinks. In the event that a cited material does not have an online copy or reference, endnotes must be used instead of footnotes. Any endnotes must be in Times New Roman font, with size 10 and line spacing 1.
All endnotes must follow the Bluebook (20th Edition) style of citation.
Submissions must be made in .doc/.docx formats only.
Details of the author(s) should not be mentioned in the file containing the article.
Authors must include their full name, institution/organization and a bio not exceeding 50 words.
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