Call for Papers: LexForti Legal Journal [Vol 2, Issue 2, ISSN 2582-2942, Multi Indexed]: Submit by Nov 25

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About the LexForti Legal Journal

LexForti Legal Journal [ISSN: 2582 – 2942] is a free open access peer-reviewed journal, which gives insight into broad and dynamic legal issues. It has also India’s first Android app based open access Journal which takes as less as 3.9 Mb. The objective of LexForti is to provide open and free access to knowledge to everyone. It is read in 80+ countries
by 1000s of visitors every day.

LexForti revolves around the firmament of legal issues; consisting of corporate law, family law, contract law, taxation, alternative dispute resolution, IP Laws, Criminal Laws, and various other Civil issues.

LexForti Legal Journal is inviting submissions for its Volume II, Issue II.

Theme

Submission must be related to Contemporary or specialized legal issues.

Submission Guidelines

  1. It should be in MS Word format.
  2. There shall be an appropriate title of the manuscript.
  3. Author’s name shall be mentioned in the manuscript
  4. The manuscript shall be original and unpublished.
  5. The submission shall be grammatically correct, non-plagiarized and free from any spelling mistakes.
  6. There shall be a uniform method for citation in the manuscript.
  7. The body of the manuscript shall be in Garamond, font size 12, 1.5 line spacing. Footnotes should be in Garamond and size 10, with single line spacing.

Word Limit

  • Articles: (2000 – 8000 words including footnotes)
  • Short Notes: (800-3000 words including footnotes)
  • Book Reviews: (1000-2000 words including footnotes)
  • Case Commentaries: (800-4000 words including footnotes)

How to Submit?

To submit the article, click here.

Important Dates

  1. Last date of submission of Manuscript: 26th November 2020
  2. Last date of payment of processing fee: 27th November 2020
  3. Date of Publication: Within 48 hours after confirmation for the Publication of Manuscript.
  4. Date of Issue of Certificate: Within 48 hours of publication.

Publication Fee

The fee is to be paid after the acceptance of the Manuscript.

  • Single Authored manuscript: Rs. 900/-
  • Co-authored manuscripts (Max. 2, including the author): Rs 1500/-

Payment Mode

  • Bank Name: Andhra Bank
  • Account Number: 216310100028863
  • Account Holder Name: Rohit Pradhan
  • Branch Name: Mamidipalli
  • IFSC Code: ANDB0002163

PAYTM/GOOGLE PAY/PHONEPE: 8757182705

Contact Details

Rohit Pradhan

Phone/Whatsapp: +91 8757182705 (Rohit); +91 8500832102 (Sridhruti)

Email: [email protected]

 

For the website link of Lex Forti, click here.


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