Article Writing Competition on Competition Law by JLU School of Law, Bhopal: Register by July 30

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About the Institute

Jagran Lakecity University was founded on life-enriching values and is a complete government recognized and approved state private university under section 2(f) of UGC Act 1956, Government of India.

About the Competition

JLU School of Law, Jagran Lakecity University is organizing a National Article Writing Competition in the domain of Competition Law.

This online National Level Article Writing Competition is being organized by JLU-SOL Centre for Competition and Investment Laws and Policy (CCILP) to give an opportunity to the young legal minds of the country to showcase their research and writing skills. The prime focus of this competition is to kindle a light of legal research in the domain of Competition law, its nexus with the Constitutional Law, and the changing dimensions of competition in the market in the COVID-19 era.

Theme

Exploring the nexus between Constitutional Law, Trade, and Competition Law.

Eligibility

  • The competition is open for all the law students enrolled in undergraduate or postgraduate courses at any recognized university/college across India.
  • Only one submission per author shall be accepted. Multiple or incomplete submissions shall lead to disqualification.
  • The Articles shall be written and submitted by a maximum of two persons i.e. an author and a co-author.

Registration Fee

Rs. 500/-

Registration

Interested candidates can register through this page.

Submission Guidelines

  • The Article manuscript shall not disclose the identity of the author/co-author.
  • Rename the manuscript file with your Name and Institution. An Author Code shall be allotted to you for the purpose of the competition. However, don’t mention your credentials in the main body of the manuscript.
  • The Article shall be typed in MS Word (.doc/.docx) format.
  • The Article shall be in a single-column layout with margins justified on both sides.
  • The length of the Article shall be 2,500 – 4,000 words (excluding footnotes).
  • The sub-heading shall be in Font size 12, Bold, Times New Roman, and Center aligned.
  • The main text shall be in Font size 12, Times New Roman, 1.5 line spacing, and justified.
  • All references must be in form of footnotes with Times New Roman, Font size 10, single spacing.
  • For citation Bluebook style – 20th Edition shall be followed.
  • Participants not adhering to the word limit shall be marked negatively
  • The Articles are strictly meant to be an original work of authors/co-authors. Plagiarized Articles shall be disqualified.
  • All Article submissions shall be made in soft copy to [email protected] & subject of the mail shall be “CCILP Article Writing Competition 2020”.

Important Dates

1. Last date of payment and registration: 30th July 2020
2. Last date for Article submission: 20th August 2020
3. Declaration of Results: 10th September 2020

Awards

  • 1st Prize: Rs. 7,500 + Certificate of Merit + Internship opportunity at JMVD Legal + Publication in a peer-reviewed Journal with ISSN
  • 2nd Prize: Rs. 5000 + Certificate of Merit + Internship opportunity at JMVD Legal + Publication in a peer-reviewed Journal with ISSN
  • 3rd Prize: Rs. 2500 + Certificate of Merit + Internship opportunity at JMVD Legal + Publication in a peer-reviewed Journal with ISSN
  • E-certificate shall be issued to all the participants.

Contact Information

Mr. Ankit Singh: Assistant Professor: Coordinator at Centre for Competition and Investment Laws and Policy (CCILP), JLU School of Law, Jagran Lakecity University, Bhopal (M.P.)

Email IS: [email protected]

Mobile Number: +91-8827638448

 

The official website link for JLU, Bhopal is here.


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