The Jindal Digest for Competition and Innovation Laws is a student-edited, interdisciplinary, legal blog which aims to provide an expansive view of the contemporary developments in antitrust, intellectual property and technology laws.
Through this forum, the platform aims to fill in a critical lacuna by providing accessible yet quality-driven literature focusing on the rapid legal developments in this sphere. You can check out the website here.
Call for Submissions
JDCIL accepts original and unpublished contributions on a rolling basis throughout the year.
Original submissions from students, academics, practitioners, and policy makers that provide contemporary and novel perspectives on Competition law, Technology law and Intellectual Property Law, are welcome.
All pieces that directly cover these laws, or in some part intersect with these laws, will be considered for publication.
Submissions pertaining to an intersection between two of the three above-mentioned fields of law are accepted.
Who is it for?
Students, academics, practitioners, and policy makers that provide contemporary and novel perspectives on Competition law, Technology law and Intellectual Property law.
- The JDCIL blog accepts original submissions on a rolling basis pertaining to Competition Law, Technology Law, and Intellectual Property Rights.
- Submissions must be made in a Microsoft Word doc format, written in English, be clear and concise.
- Submissions may be in the form of:
- an article of 1250-1500 words.
- a book review of up to 750 words.
- a note (1000 words); or
- a case review and summary of up to 1000 words.
- Pieces can also be published as multi-part series if the content of the submission justifies the same.
- Submissions must adhere to the following formatting requirements
- Font size 12-point, single spaced.\
- Wherever statutes, case laws, academic works, or any other sources are being used, in-text hyperlinks must be provided.
- Citations must be endnotes, not footnotes. Citation must be in a common and consistent style.
- Title can consist of no more than 12 words.
- Co-authorship is permitted up to a maximum of two people.
- All work shared on the JDCIL blog may be cross-posted, subject to the condition that this includes an acknowledgement that JDCIL originally published the piece (in submitting a post, authors are agreeing to this).
- All submissions must contain at least five relevant keywords, to be listed separately at the end of the submission document.
- Any students’ contributions will only be considered if submitted via the form- https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSeZ_Go5tt_cps4wTmw7dPfMOXXjT0_zipitZuWOEJAxU00gmQ/viewform. Please do not share contributions via email.
- The editorial team will respond to all applicants within 7-days.
Please reach out at firstname.lastname@example.org
They will respond to you within 2-3 days!
Your mail must mention your name, University (if any) and designation (student, professor, etc) for them to respond accordingly.
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