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About the Organisation

Legal Corner (LC) is an online multidisciplinary platform for law updates, legal news, Call for blogs & paper publications, legal discussions & interpretation of various important issues, webinar by esteemed guests, blogs for internship experience, law school diaries and multiple exciting competitions based on legal themes. LC conducts weekly legal quizzes, article writing competitions, law debates, judgement writing and more through a specialised & unique platform. It also conducts All India Mock Test for legal aspirants who are preparing for CLAT and provides them guidance through its Social Networking platform. Legal Corner strives to revolutionize the online legal and information education platform, by bringing together law aspirants, students and professionals under one roof.

About the LC Law Review

LC Law Review is an open access and peer reviewed corner, striving to provide a forum for exchange of ideas and knowledge. It has been established to stimulate academic research and discussion to help develop an accessible understanding of contemporary legal issues. LC Law Review calls for unique and unpublished research papers, short notes, book reviews, case comments as part of Call for Papers and short articles as part of Call for Blogs. LC Law Review invites contributions on a rolling basis from law students, esteemed legal professionals, academicians and research scholars. Authors will be provided with a soft copy (hardcopy on request) of certificate of publication. Every month, the best blog/paper will be awarded with a Merit Certificate, Cash prize of Rs. 500 and an opportunity to join LC Law Review Team.

Theme

Submissions can be on any contemporary in nature.

How to Submit

To submit Blogs, click here

To submit Papers, click here.

Submission Guidelines

Authors are expected to adhere to the following submission guidelines:

  • Articles should contain content that is both original and unpublished.
  • Co-authorship is allowed up to 2 authors.
  • Authors shall use Bluebook citation method (20th Edition) to cite authorities as end-notes or shall hyperlink the text within the manuscript.
  • Submissions should be made in Microsoft Word format.

Word Limit

  • Authors should restrict their submissions between 1500- 2000 words.

Formatting

  • Font style: Times New Roman, Font size: 12 and Line spacing: 1.5
  • Endnotes: Times New Roman, Size: 10, Line spacing: 1.0
  • Page Borders shall not be used.

Review Process

  • Receipt of submissions shall be conveyed at the earliest via mail.
  • The Editorial Board usually takes up to 1 week for the review of submissions.
  • Upon acceptance of the manuscript for publication, the same shall not be published on any other platform.

Submission Guidelines

Authors are expected to adhere to the following submission guidelines:

  • Articles should contain content that is both original and unpublished.
  • Co-authorship is allowed up to 2 authors.
  • Any appropriate theme related to Law is allowed. Contemporary topics will be given an advantage.
  • Authors shall use Bluebook citation method (20th Edition) to cite authorities as end-notes.
  • Submissions should be made in Microsoft Word format.

Word Limit

  • Articles (2500-5000 words excluding endnotes)
  • Short Notes (1500-2500 words excluding endnotes)
  • Book Reviews (1000-2000 words excluding endnotes)
  • Case Commentaries (1000-2500 words excluding endnotes)

Formatting

  • Font style: Times New Roman, Font size: 12 and Line spacing: 1.5
  • Endnotes: Times New Roman, Size: 10, Line spacing: 1.0
  • Page Borders shall not be used.

Review Process

  • Receipt of submissions shall be conveyed at the earliest via mail.
  • The Editorial Board usually takes up to 2 weeks for the review of submissions.
  • Upon acceptance of the manuscript for publication, the same shall not be published on any other platform.

Contact Details

Co-Founders
Priyanshu Agarwal: 7765805050               Amit Tiwari: 7869208832
Ayush Jhingran: 9137697833                     Aditya Bakshi: 7021775540

Review Panel (Managing Editors):
Garima Agrawal: 9987198011
Clarissa D’Lima: 9969896648

The Website Link is here

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LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/legal-corner
Instagram: https://instagram.com/legal.corner/


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