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Call For Papers: Lexigentia, Llyod Law College’s International Law Review

Aasavri Rai
4 Oct 2017 3:48 PM GMT
Call For Papers: Lexigentia, Llyod Law College’s International Law Review
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The editorial committee of Lexigentia, the international law review of Noida’s Llyod Law College, has invited articles and book reviews on law from academicians, legal practitioners and research scholars on the theme ‘Issues of Prominence across the Legal Systems’. Co-authorship is allowed to a maximum of two.

Lexigentia, is one of the two journals produced by the institution. The journal is an international, annual, ISSN peer- reviewed (ISSN: 2454-1613) publication of Lloyd Law College.

Word Limit:

  • Long Articles: Above 6,000 words

  • Short Articles- 4,000- 5,000 words

  • Book Review- 1,000 words

  • Case Comments- 1,000 words

Each submission is to be accompanied with an abstract of around 350 words.

Format of the Submissions: Submissions are to be made in a Word document in a .doc or .docx format. No PDF submissions will be accepted. The main body of the document should be in Times New Roman, Font Size 12, with a line spacing of 1.5. The footnotes should be in Times New Roman, Font Size 10, with a line spacing of 1.

Citations should be uniform and in accordance with the guidelines of the Journal of the Indian Law Institute.

Last Date for Submission: The submissions, accompanied by the abstract, should be submitted on or before October 30th, 2017.

All submissions are to be made at [email protected].

Queries can also be directed to the aforementioned email ID.

Please note that only moral rights will be vested with the authors and Llyod Law College shall retain the copyright acts.

The Call for Papers can be found here

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