Call for Papers: NLIU, Indian Law Review Vol.VII
Indian Law Review invite articles, notes, case, comments, book reviews on contemporary legal issues or legal policy for the ‘Indian Law Review’ (Vol.VII), Journal of the National Law Institute University, from jurists, faculty and students of law Universities/Departments in India and abroad.
The National Law Institute University has been established by the Act No. 41 of 1997 of the Madhya Pradesh Legislature. The University intends to invoke discussions and ventilation to the thought provoking ideas on varied legal issues to the legal scholars, jurists and students in India and abroad.
Objective: The Indian Law Review aims at providing an anvil on which the legislations, judgments and legal policies are discussed and given a desired and fruitful shape with a holistic approach to serve the cause of justice.
Substance: The ILR seeks to publish legal writings of scholarly nature. The policy suggests that the Articles be of 8000-10,000 words and Comments be of 4000-5000 words.
The ILR intends to publish only the original contributions. Each write-up shall be enclosed with an undertaking of the same. The Copyright of the published articles is deemed to be assigned to the NLIU, Bhopal.