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Journal of Indian Law Institute (JILI): Call for Submission

The Journal of the Indian Law Institute accepts submissions throughout the year. Articles and Notes and Comments for publication in JILI may be submitted at anytime. But for each quarterly issue, only those articles and notes and comments submitted on or before the last date of submission prescribed for that issue would be considered. Submissions made after the last date of submission will be considered for Subsequent issues.

Schedule of Submissions:

Sl. No.

Issue Period

Last date for Submission


No. I

January to March: February 28 (or 29 in the leap year)


No. II

April to June: May 31



July to September: August 31


No. IV

October to December: November 30

Submission Guidelines:
Text Format: The length of the manuscript should average between 4000 words to 15,000 words. Manuscripts shall be formatted according to the following guidelines.

  • It shall be in Microsoft word format and 1.5 line spacing.
  • All citations shall be placed in foot-notes.
  • All manuscripts should include an introduction and conclusion.
  • Number less than 100 shall be spelt out unless they are a percent (e.g., 5 percent).
  • Italics or quotes for emphasizing shall be used very sparingly.
  • Charts, graphs, etc., shall be used very sparingly.
  • Use of first person shall be avoided.
  • All pages shall be numbered.
  • It shall include an abstract of not more than 150 words.
  • Uniform date format shall be used (e.g., August 15, 1947).

Use of Footnotes:
The Institute prefers footnotes (to end notes) mainly because of the following reasons:

  1. To identify the source of quotations or paraphrases;
  2. To acknowledge indebtedness for words, phrases or ideas borrowed;
  3. To explain where additional evidence or commentary may be found;
  4. To provide additional material or discussion that is relevant but which would disrupt the flow of the text if it were included in the paper itself, and
  5. To refer the reader to other parts of the paper
  6. To enable the reader to read the reference without having to turn to the end of the text which would otherwise tend to disrupt the flow of the text and hamper smooth reading.

All submissions are required to be addressed to the Editor, The Journal of Indian Law Institute and emailed to or mailed to: The Editor, The Journal of Indian Law Institute, Indian Law Institute, Bhagawandas Road, New Delhi. Contributors, who wish to submit hard copy of the article via mail, are required to send the soft copy in a compact disc (CD) along with the hard copy.

The Journal of Indian Law Institute,
Indian Law Institute,
Bhagawandas Road,
New Delhi.
Phone: 011- 23388849, 23073295, 23387873

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