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Quest Socio-Legal Review is inviting submissions for its blog on socio-legal issues, contemporary legal issues as well as on legal development. The submissions are accepted on a rolling basis.

About the Blog

The Quest Socio-Legal Review is an initiative by law students. It is a continuous search of new ideas, opinions, and contributing towards an informed citizenry, taking the example of India’s Constitution, which in itself is an amalgamation of law with various other aspects of social sciences. The Quest Socio-legal Review is an effort to explore law and interdisciplinary approaches to law by drawing on insights from multiple disciplines- history, economics, and social sciences.

The blog is actively advised by The Quest SLR’s honorable advisory board, comprising of Professor MP Singh, Professor Aakash Singh Rathore, Mr Bharat Chugh, Mr Sajid Sheikh, Mr Tarun Singh, Mr Ashit Srivastava and Ms Nabeela Siddiqui.


Submissions are not restricted to any particular theme; however, the author must submit their blogs on contemporary topics/issues. Submissions on legal development would be appreciated.


Submissions from the students, academicians, professionals and practitioners are invited.

Submission Guidelines

General Guidelines

  • The submission should be relevant to any area of social sciences or interdisciplinary approach of two or more subjects, we appreciate it if the work touches law and other fields of social sciences.
  • The work must be original and unpublished. All the submissions will be screened for similarity index; the author(s) must adhere to a limit of 10%. However, in exceptional cases, the limit can be relaxed to the extent of 15% at the sole discretion of the QUEST SLR editorial board.
  • The author(s) must portray a new idea or contribution to the jurisprudence of the topic/issue. The arguments presented in work must be logical, and if any assertions are made, it must be backed by facts.
  • The submission must fall within 800-1500 words (excluding end notes). However, the word limit can be relaxed depending upon the type of work and at the discretion of the editorial board.
  • Co-authorship is allowed for a maximum of 2 authors.

Citation and Format

  • The mode of citation is preferably a hyperlink for online resources. If it is not possible to cite the source using a hyperlink, the author(s) may use any Uniform Citation method.
  • The author(s) must use End notes for citation purpose.
  • The content must be written in Times New Roman Font with 12 and 1.5 as line spacing.
  • Wikipedia and websites like Wikipedia must not be cited if done the work will be disregarded. Cases cited must adhere to Manupatra, AIR or SCC.


  • Submissions must be mailed at editorial[at] with the subject line ‘Submissions_ (the topic of the article).’
  • The article must be submitted in .doc/.docs format, the full name of the author(s), bio and affiliate institution must be mentioned in the email body.
  • For complete submission guidelines visit the official website.


The submissions will be on a rolling basis.

Contact Information

Email ID (for queries only): info[at]

Contact editorial board (submission-based queries only): editorial[at]


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