Call for Papers: RGNUL Student Law Review, Volume 3 Issue 1

Simran Sahni

18 April 2016 7:27 AM GMT

  • Call for Papers: RGNUL Student Law Review, Volume 3 Issue 1

    The RGNUL Student Law Review is a bi-annual, student run, peer reviewed journal based at Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law, Punjab. It is the flagship journal managed by the students of the University. It has been founded with the objective of facilitating arguments in black and white. Legal Research skills form the core of the learning process in any dimension of law. The primary function of the Law Review is to promote student research, deliberation and writing in the field of law. RSLR invites Call for Papers for its Volume 3 Issue 1.

    Theme: Contemporary Issues of Alternate Dispute Mechanisms

    The said theme covers all form of ADR Mechanisms as well as national and international laws, Treaties & Conventions.


    1. Efficiency & Scope of ADR Mechanism in handling
    2. Arbitration
    3. Role of Technology in Assistance of ADR Mechanisms

    RGNUL Student Research Review is a peer-reviewed journal. The articles would undergo initial editorial screening followed by blind peer review. Manuscripts are invited under the following categories:

    • Articles: A comprehensive and thorough analysis of issues related to the theme of the Journal. The word limit for articles is between 5,000 to 7,000 words.

    • Short Notes:  A short note is more concise than an article specifically dealing with the challenges to the problems consisting between 3,000 to 5,000 words.
    • Case Comments: An academic writing that analyses or is a critique of a recent case. The word limit for commentaries is between 3,000 to 4,000 words.

    • Normative Law Articles: The Law Review will explore the opinion of students relating to the specific legislation involved in the theme of the Journal. It seeks to bring out a student’s view on how a particular Legislation or Legislative Provision should have been drafted to bring out clarity into the law. The article must first state briefly about the Legislation/Legislative provision and then suggest what changes can be adopted in it. Should you have reason to believe that the particular legislation requires some amendments, you are welcome to DRAFT and/or AMEND the provisions or you can re-draft the entire law if so be the requirement. Arguments must be logical and can take into account aspects such as Sociological, Political, and Economic implications of the law. Word Limit shall not exceed 5,000 words.

    The Manuscripts must be e-mailed to

    Submission Deadline: The Last Date for submissions is 15th July 2016, by 11:59 P.M (Indian Standard Time)
    Students Pursuing their Undergraduate and Masters Course can send their submissions for the Law Review.

    For any further queries, you can contact the Editorial Board at

    Click here for further details.

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