International Journal of Legal & Social Studies (IJLSS): Call for Papers

Must Read

Call for Blogs by The Quest Socio-Legal Review: Rolling Submissions

Quest Socio-Legal Review is inviting submissions for its blog on socio-legal issues, contemporary legal issues as well as on...

Call for Papers: International Journal for Research in Law [ISSN: 2454-8715]: Submit by Feb 15,2021

International Journal for Research in Law (ISSN: 2454-8715) (A Peer-Reviewed, Quarterly Publication) invites Articles, Short Notes, Book Reviews Case...

Brillopedia [ISBN: 978-1636332703] Volume 1, Issue 1 + 1st Research paper writing competition, submit by Feb 27,2021

ABOUT THE JOURNAL Brillopedia can provide interesting articles about law, socio-legal and contemporary issues. We are also providing a platform...

Call for Papers on Farm Bill by Literary & Debating Society, SOL, Sharda University: Submit by 20th Jan,2021

The Literary & Debating society of the School of Law, Sharda University is calling for research papers relevant to...

Call for Papers: Jurisperitus: The Law Journal [ISSN 2581-6349, Indexed, Volume 3, Issue 2]: Submit by 30th Jan,2021

About the Jurisperitus Jurisperitus: The Law Journal (ISSN 2581-6349, Indexed) is a non-annual peer-reviewed journal initiated with an aim to provide...

4th Article writing competition by Brillopedia: [ISBN: 978-1637451953]: Submit by 31st Jan,2021

4th Article writing competition by Brillopedia:   About the blog: Brillopedia can provide interesting articles about law, socio-legal and contemporary issues....

Follow us

The International Journal of Legal & Social Studies (IJLSS) is an open-access journal which follows double peer blind review process and is currently accepting submissions for its upcoming issue – Volume IV, Issue II. An original piece with outstanding analysis of the problem with its origin, and legal jurisprudence with the possibility of an intersectionality with social studies. The article piece should not be submitted or considered by any other publishing forum.

Categories:
Each paper must be accompanied with an abstract of 200-250 words encapsulating the segments covered in the submission.

  • Long Articles: Between 5000 and 8000 words, inclusive of footnotes. Papers in this category are expected to engage with the theme comprehensively, examine literature comprehensively, and offer an innovative reassessment of the current understanding of that theme. It is advisable, though not necessary, to choose a theme that is of contemporary importance. Pure theoretical pieces which can substantially theorize concepts are highly appreciated.
  • Essays: Between 3000 and 5000 words, inclusive of footnotes. Essays are far more concise in scope. These papers typically deal with a specific issue and arguments are so advanced in pursuance of providing limpid reasoning and at the same time is conceptualized differently. These articles usually tend to be more engaging, and make a more easily identifiable, with concrete argumentative narrative throughout the essay.
  • Case Notes: Around 1500 and 2500 words, inclusive of footnotes. This segment undertakes an analysis of contemporary judicial pronouncement andsuch an analysis is geographically not limited to India subcontinent but any other jurisdiction in the world which juxtaposes and analyzes the intersectionality of Law and Social Sciences are considered. The paper must identify and examine the line of cases in which the decision in question came about, comment, and analyze the implications ofsuch legal developments.

Submission Guidelines:

  • Submissions are preferred in the font style ‘Garamond’, font size 12, spacing of 1.5 unit.
  • The title of the paper should be in font size 16 and bold.
  • The name of name of the author(s) should be in font size 14 and italic.
  • All the footnotes should be in the font style ‘Garamond’ and font size 10 along with black as the uniform colour unless there is usage of any charts and tables which needs to be emphasized through a different colour.
  • All submissions must be word processed, and compatible with Microsoft Word 2007.
  • Submissions must strictly conform to the Bluebook20thedition system of citation.
  • Please use United States-English for the purpose of your writing.
  • A person can only make a single submission; however, one submission can be co-authored by two.

How to Submit?
All submissions should be directed and addressed to the email address alone and no other medium of submission can be adopted by the contributors. Please submit the papers to [email protected] indicating which category your paper is intended for. All submissions should contain the name of the author, professional information, the title of the manuscript, and contact information. Submissions may be emailed with the subject heading ‘IJLSS – Submissions’. The submission should also entail a covering letter with the personal information of the authors; and such information shall be provided in the first page of the submitted article.

Deadline:
The last date for submission of manuscripts is 7th November, 2020.

Contact:
Email: [email protected]
Website: https://ijlss.wordpress.com/

Download Notification


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

Parents of Road Accident Victim Entitled To Compensation: Delhi High Court

Justice JR Midha said, “Even if parents are not dependent on their children at the time of an accident, they will certainly be dependent, both financially and emotionally, upon them at the later stage of their life, as the children were dependent upon their parents in their initial years.”

Plea Challenging the AIBE Rules Framed by BCI Filed in the Supreme Court

A Writ Petition was presently filed in the Supreme Court by a newly enrolled lawyer challenging the All India Bar Examination Rules 2010 which have been framed by the Bar Council of India which mandates that an advocate has to qualify for the All India Bar Examination (AIBE) to practice law after enrollment.

Bombay High Court: Mere Presence at the Crime Scene Not Enough for Punishment

The Bombay High Court ruled that it cannot be considered a crime if a person is merely present at the crime scene which falls under the Maharashtra Prohibition of Obscene Dance in Hotels and Restaurants and Bar Rooms and Protection of Dignity of Women Act 2016. It also quashed two First Information Reports (FIR) against two individuals who were arrested in a raid at a dance bar by the Santacruz Police, in 2017.

CAIT Files a Plea Against WhatsApp’s New Privacy Policy in the Supreme Court

Confederation of All India Traders (CAIT) has filed a petition against WhatsApp’s new privacy rules in the Supreme Court. The petition says that WhatsApp which is known to render public services by providing a platform to communicate has recently imposed a privacy policy that is unconstitutional, which not only goes against the fundamental rights of citizens but also jeopardizes the national security of our country.

RTI Activist Files a Plea in Bombay High Court Against Bharat Biotech’s Covaxin

On Saturday, a plea has been filed before the Bombay High Court by an activist stating that Bharat Biotech Covaxin had not been granted full approval but a restricted use in clinical trials according to the Drugs Comptroller General of India. The Company's phase 3 trials are ongoing and the DGCI has not made any data available in the public domain for peer- review by independent scientists.

WhatsApp Emails Delhi HC Judge Asking Her Not To Hear the Plea Challenging New Privacy Policy

The Delhi High Court raised strong objection to an E-mail sent by WhatsApp asking a judge not to hear the plea which challenges its new privacy policy. Justice Pratibha Singh said that the e-mail that was withdrawn later was totally unwarranted as she was anyway going to recuse from hearing the plea which was filed by Rohilla Chaitanya who contends that the new privacy policy of WhatsApp provides 360-degree access to a customer’s virtual activity and is against the fundamental right of privacy.

TRP Scam Case: Bombay HC Extends Protection To Arnab Goswami and Other Employees Till the Next Hearing

On Friday, the Bombay High court extended the protection that was given, to Republic TV’s Editor in Chief Arnab Goswami and other employees of ARG Outlier Media Private Limited till January 29th in the alleged case of Television Rating Point manipulation. A status report was submitted by the police to the division bench of Justices S.S.Shinde and Manish Pitale by the Police on the ongoing case.

Plea Seeks FIR Against Maharashtra Minister Dhananjay Munde in Bombay HC for False Info

A plea has been filed in Bombay High Court seeking an FIR against Maharashtra minister Dhananjay Munde who is undergoing times of trouble due to his extra-marital affair. Recently, an FIR had been lodged against Munde by a woman, accusing him of raping her sister. Munde clarified that he was actually in a relationship with that woman and had two children. He accused the two women of blackmailing him.

Writ Petition for Compensation Accepted by Calcutta High Court 

Introduction The Petitioner Purna Ch. Biswas filed a Writ Petition with the complaint that their claims for a higher quantum of compensation have not yet...

No Members Could Be Disqualified Without Authorisation by Political Party: Gujarat High Court

Excerpt The dispute application no.7 of 2020 filed by respondent no.2 before designated authority. Thereafter the designated authority order dated 28.10.2020 disqualified the petitioner and...

More Articles Like This

- Advertisement -