The NSLR Blog [NALSAR Student Law Review]; Rolling Submissions [UPDATED]

The post was first published on January 27, 2015.

The NSLR Blog is up and running; it can be accessed HERE.

We are looking at entries which are below 1000 words. They can be in any format, as an article, a poem, a review. The only pre-requisite is that, it must have a connection to law. The sources also need to be acknowledged in the form of footnotes, preferably bluebook.

Since this is a blog, we will be accepting entries throughout the year. Please send in your entries to

It gives us great pleasure to launch the NSLR (NALSAR Student Law Review) Blog. The NSLR Blog is a blog which will feature articles on a variety of different issues, that are presently in the news.

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This blog is an opportunity to widen the scope of academic thinking and pave way for dialogue on current legal developments and their intersection across disciplines.

The Editorial Board of NSLR invites you to make contributions towards the same.

Contributions are invited on an analysis of any recent development in the news.

The NSLR Blog will be updated fortnightly. Contributions may be in the form of book reviews, movie reviews, case comments, notes, analyses, philosophical ruminations or any other sort of writing that can be posted to the blog. The maximum word limit of these contributions is about 1500 words.

​A uniform system of citation ​ should be followed, so that we are aware of your sources . Please send in your contributions to

The first set of submissions shall be reviewed and responded by February 20th, 2015.

Please note that since this is fortnightly blog, so even if your contribution reaches us late, we will consider it for the blog.

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