JINDAL LAW QUARTERLY [VOL I: ISSUE 2].
Last Date for Submission: FEBRUARY 28, 2016
FOR YOUR KIND REFERENCE, SHORT DETAILS OF THE PROGRAM ARE AS FOLLOWS:
WHAT: CALL FOR PAPERS
WHERE: JINDAL LAW SCHOOL
DEADLINE: FEBRUARY 28, 2016
FOR FUTHER DETAILS, Click HERE
Jindal Global Law School, part of O.P. Jindal Global University (JGU), is pleased to announce the Call for Papers for the inaugural issue of its Student-Edited Jindal Law Quarterly (the JLQ), formerly known as Jindal Law Journal.
Jindal Global Law School (JGLS) is a reputed law school imparting world-class legal education based on global collaborations with a vibrant research community that addresses cutting-edge issues facing a rapidly changing world.
The JLQ is JGLS’ flagship Student-Edited Law Quarterly inviting submissions, in the form of articles, case comments and op-eds, on a quarterly basis. It aims to provide a platform to the larger epistemic community to engage in cutting-edge contemporary legal research. It invites academics, lawyers, and students, to submit original and unpublished articles and/or case comments for its inaugural issue.
Submissions are invited on any relevant contemporary legal issue, illustratively touching upon issues on Constitutional Law (ex: NJAC debate), Information Technology (ex: Net Neutrality), Intellectual Property Rights (ex: Pharmaceutical Patents), Competition Law (ex: Legislations and Bills Guidelines 2015), Insurance Law (ex: Re-Insurance), Taxation Law (ex: GST Bill), Procedural Law (ex: Rape Examination), Administrative Law (ex: Quasi-Judicial institutions),
Human Rights Law (ex: Acid Attacks), Alternative Dispute Resolution (ex: Arbitration Ordinance 2015) and Contract Law (ex: Digital Contracts), or on any other legal domain. The following Guidelines of Submissions must be adhered to:
- Authorship – Both Individual as well as co-authored entries are permitted. Multiple entries may be submitted.
- Word Limits –
(a) Articles: 3000 to 5000 words excluding footnotes
(b) Case Comments: 1000 to 2000 words excluding footnotes
(c) Op-eds: 1000 words
- Formatting Specifications –
(a) Citation Style: Any uniform system of citation is recommended.
(b) Mode of Submissions: Electronically via a word-file file
(c) Paper Size: A4 (21.0 x 29.7 cm)
(d) Margins: Type within the dimensions of 1-inch (2.54 cm) margins top/bottom and left/right
(e) Line-Spacing: Single line spacing
(f) Title: The Title of the Article/Case/Op-ed should be in Upper Case, centered in Times New Roman, bold font size 18 point. There should be a 6pt spacing between the title and the authors.
(g) Author: Author(s) name(s) should be typed in Upper Case, centered in Times New Roman, bold font size 11 point
(h) Font: The body of the Paper/Case Note should be in Times New Roman throughout
- Cover Letter – Authors must provide a brief biodata including their Designation(s), Institutional Affiliation(s) and Contact Detail(s)
- Submission – Authors must submit their papers/case comments to email@example.com by February 28, 2016, 11:59 PM IST with the subject line in the following format: Submission – [Name of Author] – Vol. 1 Issue 2
Prabhakar Singh (Faculty Advisor)
Prateek Chakraverty (Editor)
DISCLAIMER: The Contents of this Website are informative only and for the benefit of the general public. Even though every care has been taken to ensure the correctness of information and procedure, the www.lawof.in is not responsible for any inadvertent errors and the same may please be brought to the notice through e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org