About the Campus Law Center, University of Delhi
Campus Law Centre, University of Delhi is situated in New Delhi in Delhi state of India. Established in 1924, it is accredited from BCI and it is affiliated to University of Delhi. CLC, New Delhi offers 3 courses across 1 streams namely Law and across 2 degrees like LLB, LLM.
About the Article writing competition AWAAZ-THE BLOG
Awaaz – The Blog and Legal Aid Society of Campus Law Center, University of Delhi are organizing an Article Writing Competition on the occasion of The Constitution Day
About the Organizers
‘Awaaz -The Blog’ is an initiative of the Legal Aid Society, Campus Law Centre, University of Delhi. The blog publishes articles to encourage diverse legal discourse on contemporary social, political, and legal issues and wishes to create a space where different ideas can come together and converse with each other. It also aims at giving the students an opportunity to explore the legal arena and shape discussions relating to paramount and critical issues pertaining to legal aid through a diligent selection process.
The Legal Aid Society, Campus Law Centre, University of Delhi aims to provide legal aid to fellow citizens who cannot afford professional legal services and also look forward to championing those public causes for which adequate support is still lacking. Society has always been a rock-steady pillar of support for those who require legal assistance in any field of law. The progress made by the society in this arena has been due to the strenuous efforts put in by the students, professors, and lawyers who are inspired by the motto of the National Legal Services Authority (NALSA)- ‘Access to Justice for all’.
Students pursuing any recognized course from any recognized college/University in India are eligible to participate.
- Is the Tablighi Jamaat controversy indicative of a change in the concept of secularism?
- Article 32 and the Right to Constitutional Remedies and Freedom of Speech
- Constitutional Values and The Role of Media
- Any contemporary issue
- Originality: The piece should be the original work of the author.
- Language: The only submission in English will be accepted.
- Co-Authorship: Allowed up to a maximum of two authors.
- Word Limit: The article should be between 1250-1500 words excluding footnotes.
- Formatting: The content of the article should be in Times New Roman style, font size 12, with 1.5-line spacing. All headings must have uniform formatting.
- Reference and Hyperlinks: Wherever case law, statutory material or other resources are being referred to, appropriate hyperlinks must be provided in the text of the submission itself. For Indian case law, contributors may provide a link to the case at https://indiankanoon.org/, if available, or the website of the relevant court.
- Footnotes: Should be used only when strictly necessary, in case no hyperlink is available. Footnotes should conform to the ILI Citation Rules available at http://www.ili.ac.in/cstyle.pdf. They should be in Times New Roman style, size 10, with 1.0-line spacing.
- Submission: Participants should mail the soft copy of the article along with the details to [email protected].
Last date of submission: 11:59 pm on 06 December, 2020
- ‘Certificate of Excellence’ fpr top 3 articles.
- The best article will be Published.
- All participants will be awarded an E-Certificate of participation.
- Puja Raghavan: +91-9899527114
- Sagar Soni: +91-9465420052
- [email protected]