Call for Papers: Lawjustify Volume 01 Issue 02

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About the Lawjustify
Lawjustify is a novel platform that aims to cater to the needs of law students by providing
them a comprehensive learning and engaging platform to enable skills in the field of law and to grow more in the practical aspect with continuous learning.  The platform is created by law students under the guidance of esteemed legal fraternity from different prestigious
institutions. The venture is in the budding stage, we would love it if you could support and help us to meet our mission, vision, and objectives. To find out more about lawjustify you can visit our website. We are excited to invite interested students aboard in the legal journey from ordinary to extraordinary.
“Be Lawgical, By lawjustifiable”

Theme
Lawjustify does not restrict itself to any specific area of law. Submissions from various
socio-legal themes are acceptable, you can submit to us your work on any branch related to law. We need some top-notch legal content if you think you are good at writing skills and
excellent in research then send us your work and redefined your work and help the legal
community at large.

Eligibility:
Submissions from the Students, Researchers, Academics, Professionals, and Practitioners are invited. (Advocates Interdisciplinary participation)

Categories for Submissions

2

 Research Papers (4000- 10000 words including footnotes)
 Articles (3000-4000 words including footnotes)
 Short Notes (2000-3000 words including footnotes)
 Book Reviews (1000-2000 words including footnotes)
 Case Commentaries (1000-3000 words including footnotes)

Guidelines
Lawjustify calls for unique and unpublished and research papers, Short Notes, Book
Reviews, Articles & Case Commentary. The quality-based selected research papers, Short Notes, Articles, Book Reviews, & Case Commentary will be published in the form of E- Journal on our online website.
·       The manuscript should be in MS Word format and must contain an abstract.
·       The title of the manuscript should be appropriate.
·       The manuscript shall be original and unpublished.
·       The submission should not be plagiarized, and free from grammatical, spelling, and other errors.
·       Full names of all the author(s) must be given.
·       20th edition bluebook format of footnoting should be followed.
·       The body of the manuscript shall be in Times New Roman, font size 12, 1.5 line spacing. Footnotes should be in Times New Roman, size 10 single line spacing
·       Page borders shall not be used.

Submission Process
All submissions must be directed: [email protected]  only.
A mail confirming the receipt of the entry and subsequently notifying selected works of
author(s) will be sent.

Authorship
A maximum of Three co-authors is permitted.

Perks
 All the authors get a certificate on the successful publication of their work at
lawJustify.
 Free Publication on E-Journal on our website.
 Guidance by our editors in future publications.

Publication Fee Details
There is no fee, the publication and submission are completely free.

Important Dates
Notification for the call for paper: 20 September 2020
Last date for submission of work: 20 October 2020
Publication of Papers: Last week of October 2020.

Contact Information

Website: www.lawjustify.com

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For any query contact us at Email: [email protected] or put a query in “contact us” tab
at lawjustify.com or WhatsApp or Call us at +91 9589761182, +91 7987972314

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