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About KIIT

Kalinga Institute of Industrial Technology, formerly KIIT University is an institute of higher education located in Bhubaneswar, Odisha, India.

About KIIT Student Law Review

The KIIT Student Law Review (KSLR) is the flagship Review (ISSN: 2348-4381) of the KIIT School of Law, Bhubaneswar, Odisha having a double-blind peer-review process of selection.

The KIIT School of Law, hereby announces the call for papers for Volume VIII of KSLR. We extend our invitation to law students (both postgraduates and undergraduates), professionals, lecturers, policymakers, and others to send in their write-ups on contemporary issues of law.

The Review, through its publications, seeks to generate interest for a better understanding of the major areas of law and also to provide a national and international forum for debate on the comparative, analytical aspects and issues.

Themes of the Law Review

This issue of the Review would highlight interdisciplinary contemporary legal issues that are giving impetus to deliberation, not only among the student community but also within the entire legal fraternity.

Submission Categories

  • Articles (5000-7000 words exclusive of footnotes)
  • Short Articles (3000-5000 words exclusive of footnotes)
  • Book Review (1200-1500 words exclusive of footnotes)
  • Case Comments (2500-4000 words exclusive of footnotes)
  • Legislative Briefs (maximum 2500 words exclusive of footnotes)

Submission Guidelines

  • Submissions to the KIIT Student Law Review [Volume VII] should adhere to the following guidelines:
  • All articles and short articles must be accompanied by an abstract not exceeding 300 words.
  • The submission is to be made only in Microsoft Word Format (.docx or .doc files) by sending an email at [email protected]
  • Emails must mention the Subject: “KSLR Volume 8 Submission:” followed by the title of the paper. Soft copies should be submitted by 31st July 2020.

Contact Information

E-mail: [email protected]

Saman Asif: +91 6206304001/7327094368

Udayan Mukherjee: +918697102760

Important Links

Official Website of the Law Review.

Download the brochure here.


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