About the Dharmashastra National Law University
The Madhya Pradesh Dharmashastra National Law University has been established by the Madhya Pradesh Dharmashastra National Law University Ordinance, 2018. The University has been alloted 120 acres of land in the lush green surroundings at Village Pipariya adjacent to the Jabalpur Airport. State of the art infrastructure shall be established with all the modern amenities including residential facilities.
About the CCL
With an aim to raise awareness about various important and contemporary topics of Constitutional Law, and encourage the spirit of rational inquiry, critical and innovative thinking vis-a-vis constitutional developments, the Centre for Constitutional Law (CCL), of DNLU invites original write-ups for the upcoming issue of our blog.
Our aim is to provide a platform for members of academia to contribute to the growing discourse, ensuring an easy and comprehensive outlook to the subject for everyone.
The Centre for Constitutional Law was established in the year 2020 and ever since then the Centre has been an active participant in the University’s ecosystem. The Centre for Constitutional Law is a student-run organization, which seeks to work towards sparking an interest in the legal fraternity about the crucial role of constitutional law.
Call for Blogs
The CCL invites contributions from students, practitioners, researchers, academicians, policymakers and other stakeholders in the legal field on rolling basis.
We welcome submissions of the following types:
Blog 800-1500 words
Case Analysis- 800-1200 words
We primarily accept submissions pertaining to Constitutional Law, but welcome and actively encourage interdisciplinary topics. Thus, we are now calling for submissions on the theme “Contemporary Issues on Constitutional Law” which may include legislative analysis, analysis of recent judgements, case studies, intersectional analysis and comparative studies with other legal jurisdictions and constitutional frameworks.
• All submissions must be in English.
• Submissions should be the original work of the contributor(s). Any form of plagiarism will result in an automatic rejection.
• An article can be co-authored by a maximum of 2 people.
• Authors must hyperlink wherever possible and must cite the source as endnotes where strictly necessary.
• Author must adhere to the following formatting guidelines:-
Font: Times New Roman; Font Size:
Endnotes- 10 Line Spacing:
Endnotes- 1 Alignment – Justified
• All submissions must be sent in an MS Word document to [email protected]
• Contributors should include their full name, college name and a suggested title for their blog post, in their covering email.
The editors of the CCL-Blog have absolute discretion in determining whether to accept a submission or not. We welcome pieces which address National and International contemporary issues and nuances in Constitutional Law.
We discourage posts that merely summaries cases or discuss basic aspects of Constitutional Law. We prefer that the submissions critically analyses or explore particular themes of relevance and pertinence.