Campus Law Centre Student Law Review (Vol. II Issue I): Call for Papers
The Students' Union, Campus Law Centre, Faculty of Law, University of Delhi is pleased to invite submissions for the second volume of the CLC Student Law Review.
The student edited and peer-reviewed publication is solely dedicated to submissions from students. Students of law from all universities across all academic levels are welcome to submit papers to the review. It is published on an annual basis.
The purpose of this publication is to provide law students with a platform to engage with contemporary legal questions and contribute through articles, case and legislative comments towards legal research and scholarship.
The CLCSLR does not limit itself to a particular legal specialization. It is open to contributions from all branches of law ranging from criminal law, international law to jurisprudence, including a combination of two or more legal specializations.
- Long Articles: 5000-7000 words
- Short Articles: 3000-4000 words
- Case Comments: 2000 words
- Legislative Comments: 2000 words
- Book Review: 1500 words
Any student of law at any academic level (3 year or 5 year LL.B, LL.M, Ph.D.) may submit his/her entry to the Campus Law Centre Student Law Review. All submissions will be anonymously reviewed by the editorial board on the basis of the review criteria as per the Review and Editing Policy.
Manuscripts prepared by a maximum of two authors are welcome. The two authors may be students enrolled in different institutions.
Citation style shall be as per 'The Bluebook: A Uniform Method of Citation, 19th Edition'.
A soft copy of the manuscript compatible with Word 2007 is required to be submitted at email@example.com, latest by 11.59 pm on 11th January, 2014. The attachment must be named in the following manner: Title of Manuscript Name of Author
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