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Nyaaya is a pioneering initiative of Vidhi Centre for Legal Policy ideated by Rohini Nilekani that provides simple, actionable, reliable information on day-to-day legal problems.

As an effort to engage with their audience and to help them understand complex legal situations, apart from their law explainers, they write blogs and listicles on popular issues and current affairs to help make the law more accessible and relatable for the citizenry. These blogs are written not only by the Nyaaya staff but also by bright law students with a keen interest in socio-legal issues.

You can read these blogs here.

With a view to expanding the reach of their blogs, they are inviting law students from institutions across the country to be contributing writers for the same. If selected, this could be a great opportunity for students to be contributors to one of the top law blogs of the country.

What are they looking for?

  • Send us a 50 word brief on the topic you want to write about. Your proposed blog post must coincide with a topic already explained on nyaaya.org, and must present simple and actionable legal information in a creative manner.
  • They only accept listicles and FAQ blog posts, for now, i.e. posts that aim to provide more legal information than opinions.
  • If you have other creative ideas for disseminating information on laws through their blogs, do write to them. They would be happy to hear them.

How to pitch your idea?

Email your pitch to [email protected], with “Blog Pitch” as your email subject line. Please mention your name, university, year of study and phone number in the email along with your pitch.

Acceptance of topics

If they find your topic interesting, and if it meets the necessary criteria for the Nyaaya blog, they will reach out to you. Once your pitch has been accepted, you will be assigned to a Nyaaya team member, who will work with you for editing, review, submissions and deadlines.

Please note that the final call for publishing your blog post rests with the Nyaaya team.

The selection of your pitch does not guarantee publication.

Let’s get pitching!

Contact Information

Instructions on how to pitch for the same can be found in the attached poster. If you have any queries, please feel free to reach at [email protected]


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