NATIONAL LAW UNIVERSITY JODHPUR LAW REVIEW
Call For Submissions
NLUJ Law Review is the flagship publication of National Law University, Jodhpur (NLUJ). The Review is student-edited and publishes one volume every year comprising of two separate issues. Each issue contains submissions by law students and professors, practicing lawyers and other members of the legal fraternity.
The Review has, in its past issues published articles written by students from across the country on a variety of contemporary issues ranging from the fiercely debated Vodafone judgment to areas like environmental pollution, child labour, trial by media etc. which are less publicized but no less relevant.
Keeping with this tradition of publishing articles of relevance, the Editorial Board once again invites original and unpublished Articles, Notes and Book Reviews for the Review’s upcoming Issue 2 of Volume 2. Although the Review accepts submissions on a rolling basis throughout the year, the last date for a submission to be considered for publication in Volume 2, Number 2 is March 10, 2014.
Brief Submission Guidelines
- Submissions should be made via email at [email protected] in Microsoft Word format.
- The Review has a word limit of 20,000 words or fewer (including footnotes) for Articles; 15,000 words or fewer (including footnotes) for Notes; and 10,000 words or fewer (including footnotes) for Book Reviews. However, the Editorial Board may make exceptions to this rule on a case-by-case basis.
- Authors are strongly recommended to use footnotes instead of endnotes. Furthermore, text and citations should conform to the 16th edition of The Chicago Manual of Style.
- Please include an abstract of your submission with the text.
- Since we review submissions anonymously, we request you not to include your name, affiliation, or any other identifying information in any part of the submission including the cover page, footnotes and headers. Instead, we request you to indicate your name and contact number along with any other information you deem necessary, in the body of the email. Resumes and biographical information are not required to be provided.
- You are required to provide data sets with all empirical works so that third parties may replicate the published findings. Exceptions may be made to this rule to the extent necessary to protect privacy or confidentiality.