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The blog is our key aspect at the moment, currently, it has posts from a number of industry professionals, students, Doctorate researchers etc. which revolve around the Legality of a case, the Current Legal Scenario, and Rights. Our plan is to provide quality blogs for both Students and Professionals and be the link during the transition phase.

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All topics amidst the ambit of Legal Education and Profession are welcome
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Minimum 800,
Maximum 1000.

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– The work should not be plagiarized more than 10%, excessive plagiarism may lead to rejection.
– The write-up (in the same document) should be accompanied with the Author’s Name, designation/institute, E-mail Id and LinkedIn ID.
– All references to other texts must be hyperlinked in the write-up itself, no other modes of Citation are allowed.
– Copyright of all blog posts shall remain with Legal Jural; however, the moral Rights shall vest with the Author.
– The language has to be politically neutral and not conflicting with the general guidelines.
– The language should be civil and neutral and should not defame another person.
– The Final discretion will be of Legal Jural

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