Call for Papers – 3rd Indian Law Conclave

Must Read

5C 1st National Online Quiz Competition, 7th & 8th November

We bring to you our first National Online Quiz Competition- 5C It would be an open ended quiz which will...

Open Webinar on ‘The Principles And Practices of Pleading And Drafting’ on 31st October 2020 at 5:30 pm

About the Organizers: “BHARAT SWABHIMAN LEGAL CELL” which was established in 2012 is the Legal Wing of Bharat Swabhiman Trust....

Pre Invite: TNDALU, School of Excellence in Law’s 14th Pro Bono Enviro National Moot Court Competition (22nd-24th January 2021)

About the college and event School of Excellence in law takes immense pleasure in announcing the 14th Edition of the Pro...

VSLLS’ Research Paper Writing Competition on Impact of COVID-19 on Law, Policy and Governance: Register by Nov 25

About the Institution Vivekananda Institute of Professional Studies (VIPS) is founded on Swami Vivekananda’s philosophy of ‘Man Making, Character Building...

RMLNLU’s Alternative Debate 2020 [Oct 31-Nov 1]: Registrations Open

About the Organisation The Debate and Discussion Committee is a task oriented student body, established in 2008 in Dr. Ram...

Call for Articles/Short Notes/Case Comments: NUALS Law Journal [15th Edition, Issue 1]: Submit by Feb 21

The Editorial Board of the NUALS Law Journal (ISSN Number 2319-8273) is inviting submissions for its 15th Edition. The...

Follow us

The Organizing Committee of 3rd Indian Law Conclave hereby invites original abstracts of research papers and case studies on the following themes for presentation at Indian Law Conclave 2020 and publication in a book with an ISBN:

  • Law and Industrial Revolution 4.0
  • All India Bar Council – Evolving Role in Contemporary Scenario
  • Citizenship Amendment Act, 2019
  • Emerging Trends in Real Estate Sector
  • Labour Rights viz a viz Ease of Doing Business
  • Legal Framework for Cyber Crimes in India and Beyond
  • Neutrality of the Judiciary in the face of a strong Political Executive
  • Post Covid 19 – A New World Order?

*Topic can be chosen from any one of the eight themes mentioned above.

Important Note: Participation in the Paper Presentation Competition is OPTIONAL. You can participate in the Indian Law Conclave 2020 without presenting a paper.

Eligibility

1. The submission is open to all students, research scholars, teachers and professionals around the world.

2. Co-authorship shall be permitted. There is no bar on the number of co-authors.

3. However, all authors must register separately as delegates for the conclave.

Submission Guidelines for the Abstract – to be submitted before the Conclave

1. The work should be original, and must not be previously published or must not be in the stage of submission/consideration anywhere else.

2. An abstract should be written explaining the aims and motives of the paper. Word limit: 250-750 words.

3. Submissions should be made in .doc/.docx format.

4. Each submission must be accompanied with a short description about the author(s).

Submission Guidelines for the Full Paper – to be submitted and presented during the Conclave

1. The word limit, excluding footnotes, endnotes, references, and bibliography can range between 2500-7500 words.

2. Main Text – Times New Roman, font size 12, double spacing, justified, with a margin of an inch on all sides.

3. Footnotes – Times New Roman, font size 10. Substantive footnotes are accepted.

4. Citation Mode – Harvard Bluebook (20th Edition)

5. Submissions should be made in .doc/.docx format.

6. Bibliographies or reference lists are welcome, but not necessary.

7. Each submission must be accompanied with a short description about the author(s).

Submission Policy

1. The Editorial Board will follow the Anonymous Peer-Review policy for judging the submissions.

2. The Editorial Board reserves the right to reject or edit any paper whose content is offensive or defamatory, explicitly unethical or if it supports racism, sexual or religious discrimination, illegal activities or terrorism; similarly an article may be refused if the Editorial Board deems that it might harm the political or religious sentiments of interested readers in any manner.

3. The Editorial Board reserves the right to disqualify the paper on account of plagiarism.

4. The research paper should not infringe the copyright or any other right of a third party, if so, the Indian Law Conclave Organizing Committee disclaims any responsibility for copyright violation or any other liability.

5. The research paper shall be considered the property of Indian Law Conclave Organizing Committee, which reserves the right of publication of the same in any book or in any other manner as it may deem appropriate, without providing any royalty or compensation.

6. The editorial board reserves the right to vary, repeal, alter any of the rules, if as required, as they deem appropriate.

7. A soft copy of the abstract must be uploaded at Abstract Submission Form available below by 15th October, 2020.

Prizes

First Prize + Distinction Certificate + Rs. 7500
Second Prize + Distinction Certificate + Rs. 5000
Third Prize + Distinction Certificate + Rs. 2500

Evaluation Criteria for Prizes

1. Thesis and Thesis Statement – 15
2. Organization – 15
3. Support and Development of Ideas – 15
4. Insight into Subject – 15
5. Writing Style (clarity, flow, transitions, etc.) – 30
6. Grammar, Paragraph and Sentence Structure – 10

Total – 100

Average Score of Paper and Presentation will be used for ranking in the final result list.

General Guidance

1. Registration for Indian Law Conclave 2020 is mandatory for participation in this competition.

2. Types of Research Papers: Literature Review, Exploratory/Original Research, Case Study, Descriptive, Commentary or a mix of various types.

3. Our Editorial Board will provide detailed comments to author(s) in case their paper needs revision and improvement.

4. A Certificate of Publication will be issued to the contributor(s) whose research paper(s)/case study(ies) is/are selected for publication in the book.

5. A Certificate of Participation will be issued to all the participants of Indian Law Conclave 2020.

Presentation Guidelines

The paper can be presented through any of the two methods:

1. PowerPoint Presentation – The paper can be presented through a PowerPoint presentation. It must not contain more than 15 slides.

2. Video Presentation – The paper can be presented through a high definition video.

Note: Discussion on every presentation will be facilitated during the conclave.

Publication in the Book

1. Selected presented papers will be published free of cost in a book having an ISBN.

2. Non-presented papers will not be considered for publication.

For any other queries, please write to us at [email protected]

Our Previous Edition’s Bookhttps://www.indianlawconclave.com/review.html

Learn Morehttps://www.indianlawconclave.com/call-for-papers.html


Libertatem.in is now on Telegram. Follow us for regular legal updates and judgements from the court. Follow us on Google News, InstagramLinkedInFacebook & Twitter. You can also subscribe for our Weekly Email Updates. Libertatem Group does not take any responsibility for the accuracy of this Event Notification. The post has been shared as we received it from the event organizers/host.

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

Latest News

Madras High Court Observes Unexplained Delay in Procedural Safeguards, Quashes Detention Through Writ Petition

A Writ Petition was filed under Article 226 to issue a writ of Habeas Corpus. The petitioner P. Lakshmi, called for records of the...

UK Court of Appeal Rules Home Department’s Deportation Policy of Immigrants Unlawful

Britain’s Court of Appeal quashed the Home Department’s deportation policy, declaring it unlawful; criticizing it for being too stringent on immigrants to comply with. Background The...

Supreme Court Stays Order Restraining Physical Campaigns in the Madhya Pradesh Bye-Elections

On the 26th of October, a Bench was set up which comprised Justice AM Khanwilkar, Justice Dinesh Maheshwari, and Justice Sanjiv Khanna. They heard...

Inordinate and Unexplained Delay in Considering Representation by Government Renders Detention Order Illegal: Madras High Court

A Petition under Article 226 of the Constitution was filed in the Madras High Court to declare the detention order of the husband of...

Supreme Court Asks Petitioner to Approach Bombay High Court in PIL for CBI Probe in Disha Salian Case

On the 26th of October 2020, the Apex Court heard the PIL praying for a CBI probe into the death of Disha Salian. The...

Privy Council Clarifies Approach To Winding up in “Deadlock” Cases in the Case of Chu v. Lau

The Judicial Committee of the Privy Council clarified several aspects of the law concerning just and equitable winding-up petitions, as well as shareholder disputes...

Madras High Court Directs Hospital To Submit Necessary Medical Reports to Authorization Committee for Approval of Kidney Transplant

A Writ Petition was filed under Article 226 to issue a Writ of Mandamus to K.G. Hospital, Coimbatore by P. Sankar & V. Sobana....

Punjab Woman Evokes Petition for Protection Fearing Honour Killing

In the case of Divya Mattu and another vs State of Punjab and others, the petitioner, Divya, fearing honour killing against her by her...

Punjab Woman Accuses Punjab Police of Keeping Husband in Illegal Custody and Framing Him in a False Case

In the case of Geeta v the State of Punjab, the petitioner evoked a writ petition of habeas corpus as she claimed that her...

Addition of Words as Prefixes or Suffixes Is an Infringement of a Registered Trademark: Delhi High Court

Justice Jayanth Nath allowed the Times Group to use its registered trademark “Newshour”, in the case of Bennett Coleman and Co. Ltd v. ARG Outlier...

More Articles Like This

- Advertisement -