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Call For RSRR Blog On Exploring The Challenges To Criminal Justice Administration; Rolling Submission

Manav Malhotra
25 Sep 2020 7:12 AM GMT
Call For RSRR Blog On Exploring The Challenges To Criminal Justice Administration; Rolling Submission
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The RSRR Editorial Board invites submissions for its blog on the theme "Exploring the Challenges to Criminal Justice Administration". The submission may deal with any contemporary issue within the broad theme. The selected blogs will be published on the website of RSRR.

By the means of this series, RSRR Blog Series aims to increase dialogue and discourse on the pressing issue of the shortcomings in criminal justice systems around the world. Since criminal justice administration pivots around the core processes of crime detection, adjudication and correction of criminal conduct, it affects the criminal justice system at large. Hence, it has become imperative to address the administrative lacunae in the legal framework.

Who can apply?

· Students, Academicians, Lawyers and Other Professionals from the Legal Fraternity

Submission Guidelines

· Word limit for each post is 1500-1800 words (exclusive of endnotes).

· Authors are required to provide an abstract of 100-150 words along with the keywords that represent the essence of the submission. The abstract is to be submitted along with the article itself.

· Referencing:

(a) Manuscripts must include hyperlinks for relevant legal sources and other information, including any laws, legal documents or facts which are mentioned.

(b) The Hyperlinks must only link to legal or reliable/ respected news sources. Deviations or interpretations of existing literature should preferably be referenced as endnotes to give due credit to the original author.

(c) Relevant legal sources that cannot be accessed online may be referenced as endnotes. The endnotes should be in Garamond 10, single-spaced. A recognized, uniform style of citation is necessary for acceptance.

· The entries should be submitted in the .doc/.docx format only.

· Entries that will be selected after the review stages shall be published on the RSRR Website.

· Co-authorship of a maximum of 2 persons is permitted.

· The author(s) bear sole responsibility for the accuracy of facts, opinions, or views stated in the submitted manuscript.

· In case of plagiarism found in the contents of the submitted manuscript, the manuscript shall be subject to rejection.

· Copyright of all blog posts shall remain with RGNUL Student Research Review.

· All moral rights shall vest with the author(s).

· The manuscripts not abiding to the above guidelines are liable to be rejected.

· All the submissions must be submitted through the Google Form.

Awards

· E-Certificates will be awarded to the authors of each published blog.

For any query, Email at [email protected]

RSRR website can be accessed here.

Previous Blog series are available here.

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