CLL is now accepting submissions for the third volume of the NLIU Journal for Labour and Employment Law (NLIU-JLEL).
National Law Institute University, Bhopal is one of the oldest and most reputed National Law Universities in India. NLIU has been at the forefront of imparting quality legal education and has produced an alumni base which spans the world, who have excelled not only in the traditional legal domain but also in public administration, academia, and policy-making. NLIU fosters and rewards a culture of academic rigour. The university promotes research in cutting-edge areas of law, regularly organising cross-disciplinary and industry-wide workshops, seminars, and training programs on subjects of contemporary relevance. The university is also the alma mater of many reputed journals which receive submissions from students, professionals, regulators, academicians et cetera all across the legal field, fomenting a culture of academic research and providing a platform for multi-directional conversation.
The Centre for Labour Laws (CLL) at the National Law Institute University, Bhopal aims to generate scholarship and work as a think tank for the robustness and soundness of Employer-Employee Relations Management. To bring better analytical clarity at national, regional and global levels, the Centre seeks to engage public and private stakeholders for working together on the exchange of ideas, policy recommendations and allied regulatory issues. The Centre for Labour Laws (CLL) was established in 2019 but hit the shot amidst the most uncertain times mankind had ever seen i.e. Covid-19 pandemic, due to its initiative christened as Mazdoor Mitra, wherein the plight of migrant workers during the initial phase of lockdown was in a blatant misery. A bearer of light and empathy then, CLL is one of its kind and serves as an embodiment of labour rights for the brick-bearers of our nation- the Labourers. Over the short span of 2 years, CLL has taken various collective, collaborative and consistent initiatives to seek justice and spread general awareness, respect and empathy for the nation’s labour class.
The theme for the Volume III of the journal shall be “Contemporary Developments and Trends in Labour and Employment Laws: Analysis and Implications.” The Journal seeks to explore the latest developments and trends in labour and employment laws and to analyze their implications on society, economy, and governance.
• Research Articles: 4,000 – 8,000 words
• Case Comments: 2,500 – 5,000 words
• Book Reviews: 1,500 – 3,000 words
• Legislative Comments: 2,000 – 4,000 words
• Short Articles or Notes: 2,000 – 4,000 words
Note: The journal permits up to two authors for co-authored submissions. However, for Case Comments, Book Reviews, and Legislative Comments, co-authorship is not permitted.
How to Submit
The submissions shall be made using the Google form link. The same can be accessed using the QR.
Last date for submission
7th May 2023, 11:59 PM IST.
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