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Call for Papers: NLUO Law Journal [NLUOLJ] Vol. 5, 2018: Submit by June 15

Manav Malhotra
24 May 2018 9:42 AM GMT
Call for Papers: NLUO Law Journal [NLUOLJ] Vol. 5, 2018: Submit by June 15
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The NLUO Law Journal [NLUOLJ] (ISSN 2348-8913) is the flagship publication of the National Law University Odisha. It aims at encouraging legal writing and scholarship across the country. It is an annual peer-reviewed journal. The primary aim of the journal is to encourage research in national and international inter-disciplinary legal issues with an empirical focus.

Theme:

Any original scholarly work providing multi-disciplinary discussions on the theme of law, justice and society is welcome.

Submission Guidelines:



  • All articles, book reviews and case comments should be original and not published elsewhere.

  • Submissions must consist of the abstract, main contribution and a declaration of originality.

  • An abstract of 150 to 300 words should also be submitted along with articles and case comments. After initial screening, short-listed submissions will go through a double-blind peer review process and the final selection will be based on that peer review process.

  • Maximum of two authors can collaborate for any submission.

  • The file format for submission is .doc or .docx only.

  • All submissions must be sent to [email protected].

  • The name of the file must contain Name of the Author(s) + Title of the Submission.

  • The last date for submission is 15 June 2018.


Submission Categories:



  • Long Article: 8000-10000 words

  • Short Article: 4000-8000 words

  • Book Review: 2000-3000 words

  • Case Comment/ Legislative Comment: 2000-4000 words


For any queries contact:

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