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About the Opportunity

LawPublicus: The Legal Portal is calling for blogs from students, professionals from the fraternity who wish to publish with them.

About the Organisation

LawPublicus is a novel initiative by legal minds from diverse fields of law under the oversight and encouragement of honoured legal fraternity. As an online portal LawPublicus provides Legal Updates; Judgments; Bare Acts; Publication and also Career Opportunities.

It is a platform for young minds to ignite their willingness and inventiveness in order to contribute to the field of law through new ideas, opinions and thereby contributing to an informed citizenry.

About the Journal

LawPublicus is a legal journal of multi-disciplinary research. It is a free, peer-reviewed, open-access journal that provides insight into diverse and dynamic legal matters. The Journal is a novel forum that intends fit to and address the requirements of young law-students, academicians, researchers, and authors by providing them with a robust learning and interacting platform to facilitate law-related skills and to develop with continuing learning in the practical-side.

The Journal aims to provide a forum for writers and researchers too voice their feelings and research on inter-disciplinary approaches. We are determined and excited to bring authentic, creative and individual ideas and socially-related problems into attention.

Call for Blogs

LawPublicus The Legal Portal invites scholarly contributions in the form of Blogs for the maiden issue.

The submissions are on a rolling basis.

Theme

Any appropriate theme related to current socio-legal aspect.

Word Limit

500 to 1,000 words

Perquisites

‘Certificate of Appreciation’ shall be issued to all the respective authors/bloggers.

Submission Guidelines

  • Submissions shall be accepted only in the English language.
  • The manuscript for blog shall be original and unpublished. Also shouldn’t be plagiarised, and free from grammatical errors, spelling mistakes and other errors.
  • The body of the manuscript should be in Times New Roman, Font Size 12 and 1.5-line spacing. The endnotes should be in Times New Roman, Font Size 10 and single line spacing.
  • A title page with title of the manuscript for blog and author’s contact details (Name, Designation, Postal Address, Phone, and E-mail).
  • The Editorial Board reserves the rights to accept and reject the submissions at any stage of the review. The Editorial Board will endeavour to complete the review process from the date of acknowledgement of the manuscript as soon as possible.

How to Submit

Send your manuscript in MS Word (.docx) format to [email protected] The subject of the email should be “Manuscript for blog”.

Note: There is no fee charged at any stage for publication of blogs.

Contact Persons

Nikhil Chawla (Editor-in-Chief)

  • Contact Numbers:
    • +91-9654441680
    • +91-9654030411
  • e-Mail ID:

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