About the National Law University, Delhi
National Law University, Delhi is a National Law University in India, offering courses at the undergraduate and postgraduate levels.. The primary objective of the University is to evolve and impart comprehensive and interdisciplinary legal education that is socially relevant. Through this education, we aim to promote legal and ethical values and foster the rule of law and the objectives enshrined in the Constitution of India. Furthermore, the University works toward dissemination of legal knowledge and its role in national development, so that the ability to analyse and present contemporary issues of public concern and their legal implications for the benefit of the public is improved. These processes strive to promote legal awareness in the community and to achieve political, social and economic justice.
About the Philosophy Club
The Philosophy Club at NLU Delhi began as an informal gathering to discuss interesting philosophical questions and issues. The founders embarked on a mission to create an institutionalised club for the promotion of philosophy and various philosophical activities after realising the value (and, indeed, necessity) for law students to develop critical thought and meaningfully engage in discourse.
In order to achieve this goal, they have held a variety of discussions on a wide range of fundamental philosophical texts and ideas, hosted lecture series by leading academics, disseminated easily accessible learning resources and notes, and much more.
The goal is to provide a forum for students – and anyone else who may be interested – to discuss any philosophical issues. The word “philosophy” literally means “a love for wisdom,” and that is what they hope to cultivate, or at least contribute to cultivating, in our country’s law schools.
The blog may cover any topic related to legal philosophy, political theory, ethics, metaphysics, or any other topic that the blog deems appropriate.
Everyone, regardless of institutional affiliation or educational qualification, is welcome to submit an entry. Pieces will be chosen based on their merit.
Please follow the guidelines below:
Times New Roman is the font.
Line size: 12 1.5 inch spacing
Justification for Alignment
There is no hard and fast word limit. However, authors are asked to keep their articles between 800 and 2000 words in length. Any submissions that are longer than that should be submitted as two or more separate pieces.
Please send your submissions in.doc/.docx format only to [email protected] with the subject “Blog submission.”
Please include a few lines about yourself in the body of the email as well.
Our Board of Editors may edit and comment on your submission before it is published.
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