Manav Rachna Students’ Law Review is inviting submissions to contribute to the publication through call for papers.
Manav Rachna Students’ Law Review (MRSLR) intends to promote critical thinking, research and writing in a wide array of legal fields and develop a latitudinarian community of researchers and thinkers who are publishing cutting-edge, high-quality legal reviews devoted to substantive areas of the law.
Professionals, academicians and students are invited to contribute to the publication.
- LGBTQIA+ Rights and Laws
- Refugee rights
- Sedation Laws
- Gender Neutral Laws
- The submissions can be in the form of research articles, essays, opinions and case commentaries.
- Word limit for —
- Research Paper: 4000-5000 words
- Research Articles: 3000 words
- Case/ Legislative/Policies/Book commentaries: 1000-1500 words
- Essays/Opinions: 1500-2500 words
Note: The word limit is illustrative in nature. However, adherence to the word limit shall be highly appreciated.
- There should be an abstract for the submission of the Research Papers only. The same should not be more than 100 words (inclusive of the word limit).
- References should be hyperlinked wherever necessary. In case the cited material does not have an online source or online copy, the citations must adhere to bluebook 20th edition.
- There will be strict adherence to the references and the footnoting style herein mentioned.
- All submissions must be in Times New Roman, font size 12, Spacing 1.5; justified.
- Footnotes cited in the manuscript should be typed in font Times New Roman with font size 10, line spacing 1′; justified.
- Co-authorship is allowed
- All entries should be submitted in .docx format ONLY.
- The selected entries will be published in the MR Law Review.
- The entries must be original, unpublished and an outcome of the author’s own efforts.
- Manav Rachna Students’ Law Review wish to provide a platform for the original ideas and content of the authors. Thus, any plagiarized content shall be straight away rejected.
- The authors by submitting their entries would be deemed to have divested the copyright to “MRS’ Law Review.” However, all moral rights shall remain with the author(s).
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