The rule of law requires that people should be governed by standard practices, rather than by the arbitrary decisions of rulers. These standards should be general and abstract, known and precise, and apply equally to all individuals. Nayashastram aims to nurture the legal fraternity with the ability to comprehend those acceptable rules and envision the possible changes which ought to be made in these rules as per the dynamic environment around us.
Nyayashastram is a student-run website/blog with the aid and advice from eminent Lawyers and Academicians across the nation. The blog is aimed to foster legal research by providing a platform to encourage the original and unpublished work of authors.
About the Theme
Nyayshastram does not impose any theme-based restrictions; however, authors may submit an article based on contemporary socio-legal issues.
The submission must be the original work of the author.
The submission must not have been published earlier on any website, book, journal, magazine or such media.
The submission should be well-researched, appropriately presented and critically-reasoned work of the author.
The submission must be free from plagiarism (acceptable limit is 15%).
The submission must be in doc/Docx format.
PDFs are not accepted.
Font: Times New Roman or Garamond.
Font size: 12 pts for ‘main body’, 10 pts for ‘footnotes’ 1.5 line spacing.
Headings and sub-headings must be bold.
There should be a gap of a single line after every paragraph.
The submission should be accompanied by an Abstract of not more than 250 words.
The prescribed limit for the submission is 1000-2000 words.
The submission must include ‘Introduction’ and ‘Conclusion’.
The mode of citation should be Standard Indian Legal Citation (SILC).
The authors shall send their work/ submissions to nyayshastram[at]gmail.com with the subject line “Submission-Article/Essay/Case-analysis” (depending on the type of work). The body of the mail should include the following details in the same order:
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