CALL FOR PAPERS; Indian Journal on Air and Space Law (IJASL) NALSAR ISSN - 2394-6091
Centre for Air and Space Law (CASL), NALSAR University of Law is publishing bi-annual Indian journal of Air and Space Law (IJASL) ISSN no. 2394-6091. For the first time in India there will be a journal venturing to encourage venturing intellectual debate on the issues of relevance to the domain of Air and Space Law by creating a platform for the interested scholars to participate through their respective contributors. The aim of this journal is to build strong pool of Indian and foreign scholars specialized in the respective domains.
DETAILS AND GUIDELINES FOR SUBMISSION
- All contributions to the journal are peer reviewed by its expert advisory board subject to the editorial approval earned test of plagiarism.
- Average score of borrowing or reproduction from foreign sources should not exceed 25%, including footnotes/bibliography.
- Theme for Journal is ‘Air and Space Law’
- Length of the Article:3500- 5000 words: font size: 12; Times New Roman; Space: 1.5
- Abstract for the Article: The article should be accompanied by an abstract of 250 to 300 words which should be placed at the beginning of the paper.
- Commentary, Book Review or Short Notes on Contemporary Developments: Brief Commentary, Book Review or Short Notes relevant to subject matter of journal are invited, preferably within 1000 to 1500 words.
- Authors should apply the reference style furnished below. All references should be footnoted at the bottom of each corresponding page of the text.
Book, single author:
- Footnote: Catherine Delafield, Women’s Diaries as Narrative in the Nineteenth- Century Novel (Burlington, VT: Ashgate, 2009), 145.
Book, two or three authors:
- Footnote: Steven D. Levitt and Stephen J. Dubner, Superfreakonomics: Global Cooling, Patriotic Prostitutes, and Why Suicide Bombers Should Buy Life Insurance (New York : William Morrow,2009), 35.
Book, more than three authors:
- Footnote: Andrew Gelman and others, Red State, Blue State, Rich State, Poor State: Why Americans Vote the Way They Do (Princeton: Princeton University Press , 2008), 128-9.
- Footnote: Christine De Vinne, "Religion under Revolution in Ourika," in, Approaches to Teaching Duras'sOurika, ed. Mary Ellen Birkett and Christopher Rivers (New York, NY: ModernLanguage Association of America, 2009), 41.
Carew & Co. Ltd. V. Union of India, AIR 1975 SC 2260
Article from a journal:
- Footnote: Tom Buchanan, “Between Marx and Coca-Cola: Youth Cultures in Changing European Societies, 1960-1980,” Journal of Contemporary History, vol. 44, no. 2 (2009): 372.
Article from a magazine/periodical:
- First Note: Jon Meacham, "The Stakes? Well, Armageddon, For One," Newsweek, October 12, 2009, 5.
Article from a newspaper:
- First Note: Tyler Kepner, “A Battering of Santana Saves the Yankees ' Weekend,” New York Times, June 15, 2009, Section D, Final edition.
Immediate reference: where a source is quoted again immediately after the first quote: Ibid; p.26
Multiple references: where a particular reference (book, article or any other source) is quoted more than once in the Text: supra note 12, p. 50
Maps, tables, figuresshould be mentioned at appropriate places in the Text. They should be sourced at the bottom. Not at the Footnote.
Number of Author: Paper can be co-authored however, a maximum of two authors is allowed.
The Journal shall retain all copyright arising out of any publications and only the moral rights will vest with the author.
The Last Date for submissions is 15th March 2015.
Mode of Submission: Online only
The manuscript should be accompanied with the author’s name, designation, institute, contact number and e-mail for future reference.
All contributions and correspondence should be addressed to: firstname.lastname@example.org
For any further clarifications, please feel free to contact
Mr. Habib Zafar Khan and Ms. Anita Singh
Associate Editors, Indian Journal of Air and Space Law (IJASL) Centre for Air and Space Law (CASL)
NALSAR University of Law
Ph.: 040-23498212, Email: email@example.com