The Disputes Law Review (TDLR) is an online platform run by a group of penultimate year students from the National Law School of India University, Bangalore. Founded in July 2020, TDLR had its genesis in our collective interest and passion for dispute resolution in its various forms.
The mandate of TDLR is to throw light on issues involving intricate questions of arbitration, commercial law, constitutional law and criminal law. TDLR invites contributions from academicians, practitioners and students alike on contemporary and relevant issues dealing with the aforementioned areas of law.
Submissions can be in the form of articles, case comments, opinions and short notes on the aforementioned areas of law involving an underlying theme of disputes.
Only original submissions will be accepted. The submissions shall undergo a plagiarism screening process. The submission shall be outrightly rejected if part(s) of the work is found to be plagiarized.
The body of the mail shall contain the details of the author(s) along with an assertion declaring the originality of the submission. The author(s) must include their name, profession, name of the institution/organization and the category (broad area of law) the submission belongs to.
The submission should ideally be in the range of 1200-1500 words. The word limit may be relaxed in exceptional circumstances based on the discretion of the TDLR Editorial Board.
The author(s) should follow a consistent style of citation. It is recommended that all references to online sources may be hyperlinked in the text of the submission itself. Other references should be included as end-notes in the submission.
How to Submit?
Submissions must be emailed to thedisputeslawreview[at]gmail.com, with the subject line ‘Submission for TDLR: Topic’, in a .doc or .docx format.
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