Standard Indian Legal Citation (SILC) Gets Harvard Recognition

The Standard Indian Legal Citation (SILC) which we told you about first on March 27, 2014 is fast gaining currency.

SILC has now become the only citation manual from Asia to be listed in the Harvard Law School Library’s list of foreign citation manuals.

Founded by Rohit K. Pothukuchi (Chief Editor, NALSAR graduate), Debanshu Khettry (NUJS graduate) and Shambo Nandy (NUJS graduate), the Standard Indian Legal Citation (SILC) is supported by leading academics and lawyers in India.

So, why should you adopt SILC? As the website states, by switching to SILC you will become part of a national movement towards creating simple and uniform citation that is tailored specifically for Indian law and research.

Register HERE.

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