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About the Blog

The NLUJ Law Review Blog (“the Blog”) welcomes all kinds of submissions, including (but not limited to) articles, research pieces, opinions, case comments and short notes on any contemporary subject matter related to all the areas of law.

Authorship

Co-authorship up to two authors is allowed. Refrain from mentioning the name, institutional affiliation, or any other detail of the author(s) in the document to facilitate the double-blind review process.

Originality

All works must be original and unpublished. Any form of plagiarism will lead to disqualification for publication on the Blog.

Length

The word limit for the manuscript is 1500 words. This word limit is exclusive of the endnotes (if any). Longer posts may be accepted and published in parts subject to the discretion of the editors – please discuss the same with the Board of Editors.

Headings

Authors are encouraged to use headings to break up long posts. Headings should not be of more than one level and should be in bold.

Font and Spacing

The title of the post should be formatted to Garamond font size 14, All Caps and in bold. The main body of the text should be formatted to Garamond font size 12 with 1.5 line spacing with a single line space between paragraphs.

Referencing

All references must be in the form of hyperlinks in the body of the submission. Hyperlinks should be provided to all supporting materials and legal texts for the benefit of the readers. In case no hyperlink is available for any reference, use of endnotes is recommended. No speaking endnotes or footnotes are allowed.

Submissions

Submissions must be in a Word format (‘.doc’ or ‘.docx’). Ensure that the title of the document has been renamed to the title of the post. To submit a post for consideration, please fill the Google Form which can be accessed by clicking here.

Review Process

  • All the manuscripts will go through a double-blind peer review.
  • The review process of each manuscript may take up to 9 days, though the Board of Editors shall endeavour to respond back to the author(s) within a week.
  • Please note that the Board will directly provide the decision to accept or reject the manuscript.
  • The amendments and suggestions, if any, shall be communicated to the authors at the earliest.
  • If the manuscript has been selected for publication, the authors will be expected to perform any necessary revision in good faith.
  • Authors are also expected to be cooperative when it comes to minor editorial changes which might be necessary even after the submission of edited manuscript by the author(s).

Editorial Policy

  1. The Blog follows a comprehensive double-blind review process. The Journal shall endeavour to keep the author(s) informed about the current status of their manuscript as it goes through each stage of review.
  2. The Board of Editors retains complete discretion over acceptance or rejection of manuscripts.
  3. The Board of Editors will not entertain requests for advance decisions based on abstracts, topic proposals or outlines. Editorial decisions shall be based solely on a review of the final manuscripts submitted by the author(s).
  4. Post-review, manuscripts may be returned to the author(s) with suggestions related to substance and/or style. Acceptance of a manuscript for publication is contingent on the incorporation of such suggestions to the satisfaction of the Board of Editors.
  5. Upon acceptance of the manuscript for publication by the Board, the copyright over the manuscript is vested in the Blog. However, the moral rights over the manuscript shall vest in the author(s).
  6. Upon acceptance of the manuscript for publication, the same shall not be published on any other platform. The Blog only accepts exclusive publications.

Authors’ Agreement

While submitting to the Blog, the author(s):

  • Warrants that the manuscript is their original work, and that there is no impediment to its publication on the Blog.
  • Consents to the publication of the submitted piece on the Blog provided that they are fully acknowledged as the author(s).
  • Authorises the Board of Editors to use and store personal data provided by the author(s) for the purposes of the Blog.
  • Consents to editorial changes and accepts that the editors have discretion in choice of the post title.


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