Beyond Briefs Law Review is a distinguished peer-reviewed online journal dedicated to pushing the boundaries of legal education. They provide a platform for innovative research and thought-provoking perspectives across diverse legal disciplines. Their mission is to foster academic excellence, facilitate knowledge exchange, and promote the advancement of the legal profession. Join us in shaping the future of legal discourse.
Call for Papers
The Beyond Briefs Law Review invites original, unpublished content from all academicians, authors, legal professionals, and students across the globe, on any topic related to law.
Perks of Getting Published at BBLR
- Each of the students getting their paper published will be receiving e-certificates of publication.
- Once we receive our ISSN number, each of those students will be getting their publication certificates along with that ISSN number.
- Authors of the top three research papers will be getting the opportunity to become a part of our research team.
- Candidates will have networking opportunities at the Talk on the Bar community.
Any topic or issue relating to law or any related field can be sent for publication in BBLR as the journal aims to promote interdisciplinary research in the field of law and related disciplines.
Who Is Eligible to Submit?
Students pursuing Bachelors’s (both 3/5 years LLB) or Masters’s courses in Law, Academicians, and educators with an interest in the field of law and related disciplines can submit their original and unpublished manuscripts.
NOTE:- Students are requested not to submit any pending manuscript which is there in any other journal.
How to Submit?
The authors can submit their manuscripts through the Form.
Note: In case of any difficulty in filling out the submission form, the authors can submit their manuscript via email at [email protected]
- Case Comments: A case comment allows the author to critique any recent/landmark judicial pronouncement, legislation, or pending bill. The word limit for a case comment is 1500-2000 words.
- Articles: An essay challenges existing paradigms/norms and provides a fresh outlook on common problems. It is strongly recommended that essays be considerably more concise than articles, in terms of scope and conceptualization. A short article must thus ideally be between 2000-3000 words.
- Long Articles: An article must comprehensively analyze the issue that the author seeks to highlight. It must contain a rigorous study of the status quo or contemporary issues in any area of law. A long article should be between 3000-10000 words.
- Book Reviews: The book review must be written in a concise manner. The word limit for a book review is 1000-2000 words.
- The word limit is exclusive of footnotes. However, looking at the quality and depth of research, relaxation may be given and the word limit may vary.
- The Subject of the email should be titled “Article Submission (Vol. 3 Issue 4)”
- The short or long Articles must contain an Abstract of 150-300 words with 3-7 keywords.
- Depending upon the Submission, the Subject can be Case Comment, Book Review, Short Article, or Long Article. The volume and issue may vary from time to time. Kindly mention the correct details.
The guidelines for publication must be strictly followed. The guidelines for publication in BBLR can be accessed here.
There is no publication fee to be charged to students.
All correspondence and queries related to the submission may be addressed to [email protected] and +91 6202300514.
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