Project 39A invites submissions to The P39A Criminal Law Blog focuses on contemporary criminal law and criminal justice issues.

The blog provides a platform for academic engagement with criminal justice issues, seeking to trigger nuanced and interdisciplinary engagement with the structural barriers and harsh realities of the criminal justice system in India. We also encourage perspectives through various disciplines, including sociology, psychology, anthropology and science. We particularly encourage students (across disciplines) to submit relevant pieces.

Word Limit

The blog currently accepts short-form posts between 1200-1500 words and long-form posts between 2200-2500 words in English. We accept co-authored submissions.

Guidelines

  1. All posts must be original and unpublished works of the author/s. All posts will be subject to a plagiarism check. 
  2. On publication of an original article on the blog, the author cannot publish the same article or a substantially similar article in any other publication or any other platform without prior approval from Project 39A. All such re-publication shall explicitly acknowledge that the article was first published on the Project 39A Criminal Law Blog.
  3. All sources must be hyperlinked in the text of the blog. Please do not use footnotes.

Submissions

For submission details, check https://p39ablog.com/submissions/

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About RGNLU

Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law (RGNUL), Punjab, was established by the State Legislature of Punjab by passing the Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law Punjab Act, (Punjab Act No. 12 of 2006). The Act incorporated a University
of Law of national stature in Punjab, thereby fulfilling the need for a Centre of Excellence in legal education in the modern era of globalization and liberalization.

About CBLT

The Centre for Business Laws and Taxation (CBLT) is a research Centre under the aegis of Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law, Punjab. It aims to promote and conduct interdisciplinary research and undertake numerous activities and projects in the realm of Business Laws and Taxation.

The Centre for Business and Taxation Laws at RGNUL collaborates with industry experts, organizations, academics, and
government bodies to bridge the gap between theory and practice in business law and taxation. It conducts research,
provides a platform for discussion and discourse, and expands the scope of these fields through multidimensional activities.

About Call for Blogs

This blog seeks to foster intellectual discourse and research in business and taxation laws by publishing analytical pieces that drive significant developments in the discourse around corporate law. The focus is on practical outputs, and legal solutions, and creating awareness to ease the hurdles in today’s evolving business and regulatory landscape.

Who can Submit?

The Editorial Board welcomes submissions from

  • legal practitioners,
  • advisors,
  • academicians, and
  • law students

on various areas of business and commercial law, including mergers and acquisitions, competition, banking, and
insurance, among others, as well as contemporary topics like data privacy, fintech law, and white-collar crimes.

Submission Guidelines

  • Use Garamond font, size 12, with a line spacing of 1.5. Maintain margins of 1.5 inches on the left and 1 inch on the right, with 1 inch on the top and bottom.
  • Citations should be hyperlinked within the document and the portion being referenced. The Board reserves the right to add additional links to sources relevant to the post. Submissions should be a minimum of 1000 words and must not exceed 1500 words.
  • Co-authorship is limited to a maximum of two authors.
  • The manuscript should not contain the name of the author(s), institutional affiliation, or any other identification mark.
  • The author(s) are responsible for the accuracy of facts, opinions, or views stated in the submitted manuscript
  • All manuscripts will be checked for plagiarism by the Editorial Board, and infringing, offensive, or plagiarized submissions will be rejected. A similarity index of 20% will be strictly adhered to for all submissions.

Submission Deadline

Submissions will be accepted continuously and without a specific deadline i.e. on a ROLLING BASIS.

Contact Details

Mail us at cblt@rgnul.ac.in or contact the undersigned.

Student Coordinators:
Ms. Dikshi Arora – (+91) 9024559982
Mr. Harshit Bhimrajka – (+91) 9829513257

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About All India Legal Forum

All India legal Forum is a platform to provide a valuable contemporary assessment of issues and developments in the legal field and also put forward quality legal content for the masses. The initiative aims to generate diverse social, political, legal, and constitutional discourse on law-related topics for the ever-growing legal fraternity. The platform distinguishes itself by promoting quality legal education and aims to tackle basic problems which a legal researcher faces in day-to-day life from basic research to drafting. With the assistance and guidance of an exemplary Honorary and Advisory Board consisting of eminent jurists of the Supreme Court and professors from various National Law Universities and other prominent Law Schools, the All India legal Forum poses a paramount source of an educational forum for the ever-developing legal fraternity. 

Themes or Topics

The Editorial Board welcomes blogs that address contemporary issues in any field of law. It will be appreciated if submissions are with respect to editorial commentary and candid views. We prefer posts that include critical analysis or explore particular themes of wider resonance.

Submission Guidelines

For Submission Guidelines, visit us at: https://allindialegalforum.com/submission-guidelines/.

Entry Fee

No entry fee will be charged. One person can submit as many articles as one wishes and as frequently as one wishes to.

Important Dates and Deadlines

All India Legal Forum is currently accepting submissions on a rolling basis.

Submission Procedure

Submissions should be mailed to ailf12345submission@gmail.com in MS Word .doc format, with the subject of the mail as ‚ÄúSubmission of Blog‚ÄĚ.

Perks and Awards

An e-certificate of publication would be awarded to all those authors whose articles are selected for publication. A certificate of appreciation will be given to authors who have a minimum of 3 entries published on the website of the All India Legal Forum. The top 3 reads for the month will get a shout-out on all our social media handles along with a certificate of appreciation.

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About the Blog

Centre for Research in Competition Law and Policy was established by Dharmashastra National Law University, Jabalpur (DNLU) on February 24, 2020 after the Competition Commission of India empaneled DNLU into a panel of reputed institutions having expertise in law, economics, finance, and management for Competitive Assessment of Economic Bills and Legislations. 

CRCLP Blog is a student run initiative of Centre for Research in Competition Law and Policy to promote legal discourse and research in the field of competition law. The blog aims at increasing awareness and fostering discussion on the present day issues of competition law. The blog further provides a platform to analyse topics pertaining to competition law which has not been adequately explored. 

Submission Guidelines

  • The authors are advised to have their submissions in the¬†range of 800-1500 words. Longer posts may be published in parts, subject to discretion of the editorial board.
  • The blog encourages articles that deal with issue of¬†Competition Law and Policy¬†of contemporary relevance. However, you may analyse an old-issue or take up an issue that is not sufficiently discussed on other forums.
  • The authors are advised to¬†use in-text hyperlinks¬†instead of footnotes. However, sources that cannot be accessed online may be cited as footnote. We do not allow use of endnotes.
  • The title of the article should be formatted to Garamond, font size 14. The main body should be formatted to¬†Garamond, font size 12 with 1.5 line spacing. The footnote, if any, should be formatted to Garamond, font size 10 with single line spacing.
  • Co-authorship is allowed to a maximum of¬†two authors.
  • By submitting the article to the blog, the author consents to its publication.

Where to submit?

  • If you wish to publish your article on our blog, please¬†write to us at¬†crclp@mpdnlu.ac.in
  • The submission must be in¬†Microsoft Word (.docx).
  • The subject of the mail shall be ‚ÄúSubmission CRCLP Blog: Title of the Manuscript‚ÄĚ and the author shall specify their full name and affiliation in the covering email.
  • CRCLP conducts a blind review process and retains absolute discretion in determining whether to publish the article or not.

Contact Details

Ms. Aditi Richa Tiwary (Student head,CRCLP and Executive Editor): +919424726559

Ms. Tanish Gupta (Associate Editor): +919993236813

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About the CLS-TNNLU Blog

The CLS Blog of TNNLU is a forum created by the Constitutional Law Society, TNNLU with the objective of enriching the dialogue surrounding contemporary issues of Constitutional Law. Their aim is to provide a platform for members of academia to contribute to this growing discourse, while also ensuring that these subjects are understandable and available to everyone.

Primarily, submissions pertaining to Constitutional Law are accepted, but interdisciplinary topics are welcome and actively encouraged. This is in keeping with their goal to spread awareness of all aspects of Constitutional Law, and its intersection with other fields of study.

Call for Blogs

The CLS TNNLU Blog is now calling for submissions containing a connection with contemporary issues on constitutional law, including legislative analysis, analysis of recent judgements, case studies, intersectional analysis and comparative studies with other legal jurisdictions and constitutional frameworks.

Theme

Formal and Informal Legal Institutions and Access to Justice

Sub-themes for engagement:

  • Role of informal legal institutions in the delivery of justice
  • Direct and hidden costs of legal aid
  • Access to fair trial and enforcement of judgments
  • Should we rethink judicial organisation in India?
  • Issues with the formal appellate system
  • Justice seeking behaviour and bureaucratization of the Judiciary

Your insight on the above themes is welcome in the form of articles, opinion pieces, case comments, legislative comments or as book reviews.

The deadline for the thematic submission is December 20, 2021.

General Submission Guidelines

  • All submissions must be in English.
  • Submissions should be the original work of the contributor(s). Any form of plagiarism will result in an automatic rejection.
  • An article can be co-authored by a maximum of 2 people.
  • Authors must hyperlink wherever possible and must footnote the source only where strictly necessary. The citation must be done in ILI style of citation. ILI Style of referencing can be found here.
  • Formatting Criteria: Font ‚Äď Times New Roman; Font Size ‚Äď12; Line Spacing: 1.5 and Alignment ‚Äď Justified.
  • Manuscripts must be submitted along with an abstract of 80-100 words in .doc/.docx form.
  • Submissions should not contain content that could be considered offensive, abusive, derogatory or potentially defamatory.
  • The editors of the CLS-Blog have absolute discretion in determining whether to accept a submission for publication on the Blog.

For detailed submission guidelines, click here.

Important Note

  • Apart from thematic submissions, we also accept submissions on a rolling basis.
  • Pieces that address contemporary issues and nuances in Constitutional Law, both in India and internationally are welcome.
  • Posts that merely summarise cases or discuss basic aspects of Constitutional Law are discouraged.
  • The submissions must critically analyse or explore particular themes of relevance and pertinence.
  • The Blog is keen on creating a dialogue between posts so feel free to cross-refer to and comment on other posts from the Blog.
  • There is no charge for registration, processing, publication or certification. Nevertheless, all submissions will be subject to an extensive blinded peer review mechanism by their editorial team.

Submission link

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About Commercial and Financial Law Reporter

The Commercial and Financial Law Reporter (CFLR) is a student-run and professional-backed website that aims to dive into academic research in order to legally contribute to commercial law practise and jurisprudence. Every month, a number of blogs, articles, and case comments on commercial and financial laws are studied and compiled into research papers on our website (http://cflrinsights.in/). Our long-term goal is to establish ourselves as a commercial and financial law and public policy research lab. We anticipate a link between intellectual discourse and social implementation in general.

Theme 

In an attempt to encourage insightful discourse in the legal landscape around commercial and financial laws, the editorial board of the CFLR invites blog submissions from academicians, practitioners, lawyers, legal experts and students on a rolling basis. Submission can be in the form of articles, opinion, case comments on the aforementioned topic.

Submission Guidelines

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About Vedanam

As an endeavour to increase research-oriented academic writing among law students and practitioners alike, CAN Foundation, introduces¬†‚ÄúVedanam‚Ä̬†to the legal community. CAN‚Äôs¬†Vedanam¬†is an academic wing of the Foundation, aiming to provide a platform for Dhananjay and Eklavya Scholars and Law students across the nation. We believe that academic and legal discourse on contemporary relevance topics is one of the essential aspects of learning to attain proficiency in any field.

Call for Blogs

Entries that offer unique and insightful viewpoints on current legal topics will be highly valued. At its discretion, the Editorial Board may also publish unusual and analytical book reviews and case comments.

Submission guidelines

  • We prefer an article that is between¬†1200-2000 words. However, flexibility is allowed if the content so requires, and the quality is ensured.
  • The Editorial Board may, at its discretion, allow the publication of unconventional and analytical book reviews and case comments. Co-authorship up to two authors is allowed.
  • Author(s) must write a¬†small (50-75 words) brief¬†of the article at the beginning of the manuscript. Authors may also mention¬†3-5 keywords¬†at the end of such brief.
  • Vedanam¬†welcomes articles which fall within the vast universe of¬†Law and Interdisciplinary¬†research is highly encouraged.
  • Entries which present creative and enriching perspective on contemporary legal issues will be much appreciated.
  • All the relevant sources must be duly acknowledged and¬†hyperlinked¬†in the text of the manuscript itself.¬†
  • Endnotes will be accepted if the said reference cannot be accommodated through hyperlinks, and must be formatted in accordance with¬†OSCOLA (Latest Edition).
  • All works submitted must be original and unpublished. Any form of plagiarism will lead to disqualification for publication on the Blog (Vedanam).
  • We request the author(s) to kindly refrain from mentioning the name, institutional affiliation or any other detail of the author(s) in the document and the tittle of the document to facilitate the double-blind review process.
  • Whenever possible use¬†Italics¬†to indicate the text you wish to emphasize on rather than underlining it.
  • The author(s) is also required to attach a suitable¬†image to accompany the blog in a separate document. Please make sure you mention the source of the image in the email, for the purposes of ensuring that¬†Vedanam¬†accords the source due credits. It should be of high quality with a¬†width of 1080 pixels¬†and¬†height of 540 pixels.

Formatting Guidelines

  • The content (including endnotes, if any) should be written in Garamond font with a size of 13. The font size of the Heading and any sub-headings should be 14. Line Spacing is to be maintained at 1.5.
  • The content of the writing should be Justified. Use Centre Alignment for the Main Heading as well as for sub-headings.
  • The author(s) is recommended to use Headings and Sub-headings in order to allow readers to navigate the article with ease.

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How To Contribute

  • All manuscript shall be sent to vedanam@canfoundation.in with the subject ‚ÄėSubmission of manuscript for Vedanam‚Äô.
  • Articles should be submitted in Microsoft Word format (.docx) only.
  • Details of the author(s) should not be mentioned in the file containing the article.
  • Author(s) must include their full name, institution/organization, email address, photograph and a bio not exceeding 100 words in a separate cover letter.
  • Authors(s) are also required to submit a declaration of originalityClick here to download declaration form

NOTE

  • All manuscript which meet the above-mentioned criteria shall be robustly reviewed by the Editorial Board and provided due consideration.

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Any queries regarding the submission or review process may be addressed to the Editorial Board at vedanam@canfoundation.in .

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About the NLIU

National Law Institute University is a law school and a Centre for research located in Bhopal, India. Established in 1997 by the State of Madhya Pradesh, it is one of the first three law schools to have been established under the National Law School system.

About CSIPR

The Cell for Studies in Intellectual Property Rights (CSIPR) is a cell constituted in the National Law Institute University, Bhopal (NLIU) that aims at the promotion and development of knowledge in Intellectual Property Rights (IPR). 

It introduces students to myriad aspects of Intellectual Property laws by organising academic endeavours which include conferences, workshops and also through print publications such as their flagship journal, NLIU Journal of IP Law.

About the Blog

By requesting submissions from interested individuals and publishing them, the CSIPR students hope to foster research in the field of intellectual property and promote an environment of debate and discussion on topics relating to technology law (subject to review).

The Blog will serve as a useful one-stop shop for advances and legal insights in the sectors of intellectual property and technology law, ensuring that new jurisprudence is added to the current body of knowledge.

The blog will accept submissions on a rolling basis and will be open to students, academics, and professionals.

Theme

It is essential that a post be contemporary to the current debates in IP or technology law and/or have an angle which deals with such debates.

Submission Guidelines 

  • A post shall be accepted for publication if it falls within the scope of the blog, i.e. intellectual property law and/or technology law.
  • Authors are encouraged to contribute to pre-existing literature by providing novel perspectives/ ideas/ opinions through their posts. The author/s may write to¬†csipr@nliu.ac.in¬†in case of any concerns over the selection of a topic to write on.
  • A submission shall have at least 800 words and shall not exceed 1500 words.
  • CSIPR reserves the right to amend this range on a case-to-case basis if it feels the need to do so. It is recommended that the body of the post includes sub-headings to make it easy to follow.
  • Considering the semi-formal nature of the blog, it shall be appreciated that referencing be done only through hyperlinks, wherever necessary.
  • Authors are particularly encouraged to reference recent amendments and obscure laws. The authors may, however, choose to cite authorities (if and when it is absolutely necessary) using endnotes. In doing so, authors must follow the guidelines given in the¬†Oxford Standard for the Citation of Legal Authorities.
  • Each post shall undergo a two-stage internal review process. Our editors reserve the absolute discretion to approve or reject a post for publication. For a post to be successfully published on the blog, the author/s may be required to alter the language/grammar, justify her/his structure/position on the law and reply to the comments of the reviewers.
  • Co-authorship of up to¬†two¬†authors is permitted.
  • Submissions must be made in MS Word format¬†only. There must be¬†no¬†hint, whatsoever, of the authors‚Äô identity in the word document submitted.
  • It is recommended that the title for each post must not exceed¬†20 words. Moreover, authors are requested to provide 5 keywords encapsulating the essence of the post.
  • Authors are required to make their submissions¬†only¬†using our¬†submission form. All required fields must be filled out correctly and to the best of the authors‚Äô knowledge.
  • Each post shall undergo a two-stage internal review process. Our editors reserve the absolute discretion to approve or reject a post for publication. For a post to be successfully published on the blog, the author/s may be required to alter the language/grammar, justify her/his structure/position on the law and reply to the comments of the reviewers.
  • Co-authorship of up to¬†two¬†authors is permitted.
  • Submissions must be made in MS Word format¬†only. There must be¬†no¬†hint, whatsoever, of the authors‚Äô identity in the word document submitted.
  • It is recommended that the title for each post must not exceed¬†20 words. Moreover, authors are requested to provide 5 keywords encapsulating the essence of the post.
  • Authors are required to make their submissions¬†only¬†using our¬†submission form. All required fields must be filled out correctly and to the best of the authors‚Äô knowledge.
  • By way of their submission, the authors¬†confirm¬†that the submission represents their original work and that it has not been copied or plagiarised in whole or in part from other works. Moreover, such submission shall also mean that the authors¬†confirm¬†that the work is not under consideration or review for publication by any other blog/journal/website or a similar entity. CSIPR reserves the right to take action against authors who are found to not abide by this.
  • Submissions to the Blog shall be accepted on a rolling basis and shall be open to¬†students, academicians, and professionals.
  • Posts that first appear on the Blog may be republished and/or cross-posted without prior permission. However, this is subject to the subsequent publications mentioning ‚Äúthis post was first published on the Blog for IP and
  • Technology Law (www.csipr.nliu.ac.in)‚ÄĚ and informing us of such subsequent publication via email¬†(csipr@nliu.ac.in). Further, posts that first appear on the Blog may also be cited and/or referenced in other works only if due credit is given to the author and to the Blog.

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About the Legal Aid Cell, DNLU

In the year 2018, Vidhi Mitra, The Legal Aid Cell, Dharmashastra National Law University, Jabalpur, was founded. Its goal is to make the legal system and justice more accessible to the general public, as well as to raise public awareness about current legal concerns and established human rights.

About the Blog

The Vidhi Mitra Blog is intended to provide an active venue for the legal community to voice and share their experiences and thoughts on current legal topics and themes that the cell has prescribed.

Call for Blogs

The Blog’s Editorial Board invites submissions of articles, case notes, blog entries, book reviews, and discussion that fall within the boundaries of the subject area, namely, “Constitution and Legal Aid.”

Theme

The Blog is open to any topic which revolves around ‚ÄúConstitution and Legal Aid‚ÄĚ or any other contemporary legal issue(s) related.

Sub-themes

There are numerous study subjects in the presented theme, however they have grouped it into the following sub-themes, keeping in mind the current topics of discussion on the constitution and legal aid:

  • Introducing the citizenry to their constitutional rights by using the tool of legal aid.
  • Tele Laws beneficiary surge: A Critical Analysis.
  • Comparing & contrasting the legal aid systems of various countries.
  • Weighing the merits and demerits of the Legal Services and Authorities Act, 1995.
  • Legal Aid Services‚Äô contribution in making bail, the norm.
  • Where does Legal Aid fit in? (DPSP vs FR)
  • Reflecting back at Article 39A: Possible Amendments.
  • Misuse of Legal Aid Frameworks in the contemporary times.
  • Constitutional expectations from Legal Aid.

Submission Guidelines

  • The author may choose one or more sub-themes for his/her manuscript.
  • The article should be an original work of the author and neither published nor under consideration for publication in any other journal or blog. The work must not be plagiarised.
  • Co-authorship (limited to 2 authors) is allowed.
  • Word Limit
    • Articles: 2500-3500 words;
    • Case Notes: 1000-2000 words;
    • Book Review: 1500-2500 words;
    • Blog: 1000-1500 words.
  • Manuscripts above the prescribed word limit shall not be considered as a general rule, except under special circumstances subject to the sole discretion of the Editorial Board.
  • In case author(s) want(s) to roll out a series of blogs, the decision on the word limit shall be taken by editorial board accordingly.
  • All submissions should be typed in font Times New Roman with heading size 14, font size 12, line spacing 1.5‚Ä≤; justified.
  • The submissions should be made online in a MS Word format document to:¬†legalaid@mpdnlu.ac.in¬†mentioning the details of the author(s), the category of the manuscript and the sub-theme(s).

Citation Guidelines

  • The Bluebook, A Uniform System of Citation (21st Ed.) is to be followed for citation.
  • All endnotes must be in Times New Roman, font size 10, single-spacing, and justified text.

Submission Deadline

November 25, 2021.

Contact Information

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About Commercial and Financial Law Reporter

The Commercial and Financial Law Reporter (CFLR) is a student-run and professional-backed website that aims to dive into academic research in order to legally contribute to commercial law practise and jurisprudence. Every month, a number of blogs, articles, and case comments on commercial and financial laws are studied and compiled into research papers on our website (http://cflrinsights.in/). Our long-term goal is to establish ourselves as a commercial and financial law and public policy research lab. We anticipate a link between intellectual discourse and social implementation in general.

Theme 

The editorial board of the CFLR accepts blog posts from academicians, practitioners, attorneys, legal experts, and students on a rolling basis in order to stimulate meaningful dialogue in the legal landscape around commercial and financial laws. Articles, opinions, and case comments on the aforementioned issue are all acceptable forms of submission.

For submission guidelines

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