LEX TERRA- ENVIRO-LEGAL NEWS AND VIEWS @ NLU Assam
For your kind reference, short details of the program are as follows:
Centre for Environmental Law, Advocacy & Research (CELAR)
National Law University, Assam
CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS LEX TERRA- ENVIRO-LEGAL NEWS AND VIEWS (ISSN 2455-0965)
Centre for Environmental Law, Advocacy & Research is delighted to invite scholastic submissions for its fortnightly online publication, Lex Terra- enviro-legal news and views (ISSN 2455-0965):-
Short articles (2500 words);
Enviro-Legislative analysis (1000 words);
Enviro-Legal news & views (1000 words);
Enviro-judgment analysis (1000-1500 words)
for its 13th and following issues. We eagerly look forward to scholastic submissions and sincerely hope that this shall be a stepping stone in facilitating better and greater ideas for the care of environment.
About Lex Terra:
The power and capacity vested within humankind to alter the course of nature has not been channelized in a productive manner and through this platform, we seek to achieve this very status quo which we tend to lose sight of. Lex Terra is an initiative by a group of dedicated B.A.LL.B (Hons) Environmental Law students under the able guidance, leadership, and supervision of our Vice Chancellor, Prof. Dr. Vijender Kumar and Centre Head, Prof Dr. Yugal Kishore. This fortnightly publication is an attempt to enhance the awareness of the society with regard to several contemporary enviro-legal issues. We lay special emphasis on North-East Indian enviro-legal aspects. The prime motto of CELAR is to create an enviro-legally informed and conscious populace.
Hence, we invite to all those reflective thinkers out there to use their pen and join us in our pious drive to attain the aforementioned motto.
Submissions can be mailed at email@example.com by 10TH & 20TH OF EVERY MONTH.
WE RELEASE IT ONLINE ON 1ST & 16TH OF EVERY MONTH.
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