About the Organization
The NLIU Law Review is the flagship journal of National Law Institute University, Bhopal, published bi-annually by the students of the University. It is a peer-reviewed academic law journal which aims to inculcate a culture of academic research and writing among students, and serve as an important forum for discourse on contemporary and pressing legal issues. The Law Review does not restrict itself to any particular area of law and welcomes contributions from all fields of law. As of the year 2021, the Law Review has completed eleven successful years, with sixteen editions in publication.
The NLIU Law Review engages students throughout the publication process, such that a majority of the editing, managerial and organizational work is undertaken by the student body of the journal. Given the opportunities it provides to the student community, the journal has a direct bearing on the research-oriented goals that the institution envisages to meet. Apart from publishing two issues of the journal on an annual basis, the NLIU Law Review hosts a number of events throughout the year such as –
• The NLIU-India Foundation Constitutional Law Symposium
• Workshops on legal writing
• Discussions on contemporary legal issues
The NLIU Law Review, on behalf of the University, has time and again collaborated with eminent lawyers, law firms, media persons, etc. to enhance the quality of the publication as well as customize the experiences of the participants at events organised by the student body of the journal. Our present collaborators include India Foundation, SCC Online, Eastern Book Company, Live Law, Bar & Bench and so on.
The NLIU Law Review is the flagship journal of National Law Institute University, Bhopal, published bi-annually by the students of the University. It is a peer-reviewed academic law journal which aims to inculcate a culture of academic research and writing among students and serve as an important forum for discourse on contemporary and pressing legal issues. The Law Review does not restrict itself to any particular area of law and welcomes contributions from all fields of law.
As of the year 2022, the Law Review has completed twelve successful years, with seventeen editions in publication. NLR has been successfully recognised by, and indexed on several databases including Manupatra, SCC and Hein Online.
Mode of Submission
- Submissions must be made only through the electronic form available on our website. Submissions made through any other medium, including by way of emails, shall not be considered for review by the Editorial Board.
- All the submissions must be in (.docx) format. They must be word processed and compatible with Microsoft Word 2007 or above.
- The manuscript should not contain any information that can be used to identify the author. All the relevant details must be mentioned only within the form attached.
- Submissions must be made on or before 23:59 hours on February 15, 2022.
- Authors shall receive an email acknowledging the receipt of their manuscript within one week of receiving the entry. If the same is not received, authors can write to us at email@example.com.
Types of Submissions accepted by the NLIU Law Review:
Manuscripts on any topic of contemporary legal relevance meeting the below-mentioned criteria:
- Articles: 5,000-10,000 words
- Case Notes: 2,000-5,000 words
- Legislative Comments: 1,000-3,000 words
- Book Reviews: 1,000-3,000 words
The word limit is exclusive of the abstract and the footnotes.
- Manuscripts submitted to the Journal must not be co-authored by more than two persons. Authors are permitted to send only one submission per author or a team of co-authors.
- Manuscripts must include an abstract of 250-300 words. The abstract must highlight the structure and the essence of the manuscript.
- Authors are requested to strictly adhere to our Submission Guidelines.
- All the submissions must comply with our Copyright and Open Access Policy.
- Manuscripts not in conformity with the Submission Guidelines may be rejected at the sole discretion of the Editorial Board. The Editorial Board reserves the right to send the manuscripts back to the authors for any modification(s) at any stage, in the event of non-conformity with any of the submission guidelines.
- The Editorial Board may, in its absolute discretion, waive any of the above rules or amend the process. In case of any dispute or ambiguity, the decision of the Editorial Board shall be final and binding.
In case of any query related to the NLIU Law Review, please reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org or Utsav Garg (Editor-in-Chief) +91 96501 01793 and Anoushka Ishwar (Deputy Editor-in-Chief +91 8879498658
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