Email for submission: [email protected]

Themes: 

  1. Impact of international law on Indian policy making
  2. Indian judiciary and transformative constitutionalism
  3. Artificial intelligence and constitutional-human rights safeguards
  4. Any other contemporary discourses of law and public policy

General Guidelines:

1) The work submitted shall be original and unpublished.

2) Plagiarism of any kind is prohibited.

3) Maximum Co-Authorship of three persons is allowed.

4) Citation: The Citation style should be in consonance with Harvard Blue Book, 20th Edition. Speaking footnotes are discouraged.

5) The body of the paper shall be-

Font: Times New Roman
Font Size: 12
Line Spacing: 1.5

Citations:
Font: Times New Roman
Font Size: 10
Line Spacing: 1

6) The copyright of the entry to the Journal will rest with the Editorial Board once the entry has been selected and the authors (s) of the same have been notified.

Word Limit(s)

Word Limit mentioned below would be considered exclusive of footnotes.

ArticlesAn article must comprehensively analyse a specific issue. It must study the status quo, indicate the lacunae therein, and suggest potential solutions. An article may also compare the law of other jurisdictions to strengthen the author’s argument. An article should be between 8,000 and 10,000 words.

Short ArticlesShort Articles are more concise than articles, in terms of scope and conceptualization. An essay should be between 5,000 and 8,000 words.

Case CommentariesA comment critiques a recent judgement, landmark case or any recent legislation or bill before the Parliament or a state legislature. The word limit for a comment is between 3,000 and 5,000 words.

Book Review A critical review may be undertaken of a book related to the law. The word limit for a review is between 3,000 and 5,000 words.

Language

The IJLPP shall follow British English.