Call For Papers – International Journal of Legal Developments and Allied Issues [Vol 2 Issue 4], Submit by 30th June, 2016

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International Journal of Legal Developments and Allied Issues [IJLDAI] is delighted to announce a call for papers for its Volume 2 Issue 4 which will focus on contemporary issues of law.

GUIDELINES

  • Authors should not mention their name or any kind of identification mark in the manuscript. Any manuscript found to have any details of authors shall be rejected upfrontly.
  • Article shall be of 2500-10000 words, book reviews: 1000-1500 words, short comment: 1000-1500 words.
  • All submissions have to be made in MS Word format with Font size 12 and 1.5 line space.
  • Co-authorship is allowed to a maximum of 3 Authors. 3 separate certificates will be provided to each author.
  • The piece should not be overly technical, but practical and engaging.
  • Papers must be written solely by the candidate, in English, and may not have been submitted for publication elsewhere.
  • All the claims of the authors, in the body of the manuscript, are expected to be backed by reasons along with proper citations [any uniform citation will do] and shall not be merely an assertion.
  • Submission should also mandatorily include the author’s view, in the conclusion, taking into considerations the aspects/contentions discussed throughout the manuscript.
  • Plagiarism is strictly prohibited and shall lead to immediate rejection.

PAPER SUBMISSION PROCEDURE

THE REVIEW PROCESS & OTHER INFORMATION:-

  • It is the author’s responsibility to ensure that all references and citations are correct, and the submissions do not contain any material that infringes copyright or is defamatory, obscene or otherwise unlawful or litigious.
  • The copyright of the manuscript will vest with The Law Brigade Group. Due accreditation will be given to the authors.
  • For the purpose of anonymity, the author/s shall not disclose their identities anywhere in the body of the manuscript.
  • The submissions will undergo a double blind peer-review process.
  • The Editorial Board reserves the right for modification of the manuscript to maintain the standard and quality of the submission. The board will notify its decision and other relevant information through email.

PUBLICATION FEES [AFTER THE PAPER IS ACCEPTED]

The author/s are expected to deposit publication fee, once the research paper is accepted for publication. The mode of payment will be intimated to the author/s via email.

Single AuthorRs. 1200 [25 USD for International Authors]
Co-Authorship for 2 AuthorsRs. 1600 [35 USD for International Authors]
Co-Authorship for 3 AuthorsRs. 2100 [45 USD for International Authors]

IMPORTANT DATES

Submission Deadline: 30th June 2016.

Intimation of Acceptance: 5th July 2016

Date of Publication of Volume 2 Issue 4: 15th July 2016.

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