The Board of Editors at the Tech & IP Law Policy Review, (an initiative by the alumni and students of Gujarat National Law University), is pleased to announce the call for submissions.
They invite writings on a rolling basis by academicians, legal practitioners and law students to accord a holistic understanding of the multi-faceted dimensions of Technology and/or Intellectual Property and law. However, submissions are not restricted to the analysis of the same and authors are permitted to explore the interface of Technology/Intellectual Property with other domains of National as well as international laws.
Co-authorship up to two authors is allowed.
All works must be original and unpublished. Any form of plagiarism will lead to disqualification for publication on the Blog.
The word limit for the manuscript is 1500 words. This word limit is exclusive of the endnotes (if any). Longer posts may be accepted and published in parts subject to the discretion of the editors – please discuss the same with the Board of Editors.
Opinions: The word limit for opinions is 150-200 words. There is no requirement of citations in opinions.
Authors are encouraged to use headings to break up long posts. Headings should not be of more than one level and should be in bold.
Font and Spacing
The body of the text should be formatted to Garamond font size 12 with 1.5 line spacing with a single line space between paragraphs.
All references must be in the form of hyperlinks in the body of the submission. Hyperlinks should be provided to all supporting materials and legal texts for the benefit of the readers. In case no hyperlink is available for any reference, use of endnotes is recommended.
Submissions must be in a Word format (‘.doc’ or ‘.docx’). Ensure that the title of the document has been renamed to the title of the post. To submit a post for consideration, mail us at email@example.com with the subject “[Title of the Paper] | Blog Submission | [Name of the Author]”
The authors are requested to submit a short bio of 2-3 sentences along with the manuscript. The details may be either attached in a separate document or mentioned in the body of the submission mail. However, the manuscript must not contain any detail of the author(s).
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