About National Law Institute University, Bhopal and Centre for Labour Laws
The National Law Institute University, Bhopal (NLIU), was established by the Rashtriya Vidhi Sansthan Vishwavidyalaya Adhiniyam, by Act No. 41 of 1997, enacted by the Madhya Pradesh State Legislature. NLIU is recognized by the University Commission and the Bar Council of India. National Law Institute University’s important rock pillar- Centre for Labour Laws (CLL) was established in 2019.
About the Labour and Employment Law Blog
Labour and Employment law is a niche area and has a plethora of opportunities and potential in terms of research. CLL strives to provide a forum for the exchange of ideas in this field. The Labour and Employment Law Blog has been established to stimulate academic research and discussion to help develop an accessible understanding of contemporary labour and employment law issues.
The Labour and Employment Law Blog request you to read the Submission Guidelines carefully before sending your work.
- Submissions are invited on a rolling basis.
- Submissions can be made to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject: “Blog submission: title of your blog”.
- The blog post must be submitted in a .docx or .doc file attached to the email sent. PDFs or blog posts in the body of the email will not be accepted.
- Co-authorship is permitted up to 2 authors.
- The submission must be between 800-1500 words. Posts falling below or beyond this range will be considered depending upon the discretion of Editors.
- Font: Times New Roman, 12. Alignment: Justified. Line Spacing: 1.5.
- Posts must include hyperlinks to relevant legal sources and references made, including any judgments, laws, treaties or other legal texts which are mentioned. If the author(s) are using Endnotes, then they must be used only for offline sources complying with Bluebook 20th edition.
- Posts should reflect authentic, original and unpublished work of the author(s).
- The author(s) must not mention their name(s), college/firm, address or any other information that may indicate their identity, in the document submitted.
- Cross-publishing is not permitted.
- The authors must submit a declaration in their mail that their work is original and not plagiarized.
The author will hold the moral rights and the Centre for Labour Laws will hold the copyright over the manuscripts published in the CLL Blog.