About The National Law Institute University, Bhopal (NLIU)
NLIU is amongst the nation’s premier law schools. The University constantly strives to enhance the legal landscape of the country. It aims to contribute towards national development by instilling a sense of responsibility within the student community while at the same time cultivating a spirit of intellectual freedom, qualities of leadership, and imaginative power.
NLIU Journal For Legislative Drafting And Parliamentary Research
After the successful release of the inaugural edition of NLIU – Journal for Legislative Drafting and Parliamentary Research (JLDPR) on the occasion of the 25th Foundation Day of NLIU, the Centre for Parliamentary Studies, NLIU (CPS) is pleased to announce that it is now accepting submissions for Volume II of the JLDPR.
About The Centre For Parliamentary Studies
The Centre has been established with the objective of promoting advanced learning in constitutional law, public policy research, and legislative drafting. CPS seeks to engage itself in academic discourse and research projects on contemporary public policy issues. The Centre also aims to become an instrumental organization in the holistic development of the Indian legal system by aiding the participants in acquainting themselves with important aspects of the profession.
About The Journal
The Journal is an annual, double-blind, peer-reviewed publication of CPS. It aims to generate interest in the realm of constitutional law, administrative law, and public policy research. The Journal fosters academic discussions on areas related to constitutional law, administrative law, parliamentary studies, and public policy. The foreword for our inaugural edition was written by Justice Sanjay Karol, Judge, Supreme Court of India. The inaugural edition of the Journal was released on the occasion of the Silver Jubilee of the founding of NLIU by the Director of the National Judicial Academy, Justice A.P. Sahi.
JLDPR welcomes original, contemporary, analytical, and unpublished manuscripts on constitutional law, administrative law, legislative drafting, parliamentary research, and public policy from students, academicians, and professionals. The submissions are expected to be of contemporary relevance and must demonstrate high standards of academic scholarship.
The long articles should provide an in-depth study of the contemporary legal issue. We intend to incorporate critical analysis and original assertions on the said issue. The word limit for the long articles can vary from 5,000-10,000 words (exclusive of footnotes).
Short articles should include condensed studies on contemporary legal issues. The nature of the writing should preferably include descriptive analysis and informed comments on any new ideas and perspectives. The word limit for the short articles can vary from 3000-5000 words (exclusive of footnotes).
All the book reviews must embody an assessment of ideas promoted by the author of the book from the point of view of originality, extent of analysis, and quality. The word limit for the book review can vary from 1500-3000 words (exclusive of footnotes).
Case comments should include the interpretation of any landmark judicial pronouncement on any contemporary legal issue. Brief information regarding contribution to and digression from the existing laws would be appreciated. The word limit for the case comments can vary from 1500-3000 words (exclusive of footnotes).
Legislative briefs should determine the implications of any existing or proposed Indian legislation. The author(s) may concentrate on a specific section or sections of the legislation, or they may present an overview of the legislation. The word limit for the legislative comment can vary from 1500-3000 words (exclusive of footnotes).
- The submissions are to be made only in Microsoft Word Format (.docx or .doc files) by filling out the given form. Soft copies should be submitted by 30 November 2023.
- All articles, and short articles, must be accompanied by an abstract not exceeding 300 words.
- Heading and sub-headings will be formatted with a case size of 12 in Times New Roman and Bold.
- The body of the writing will be formatted with case size 12 in Times New Roman.
- Footnotes shall follow the line spacing of 1, and the rest of the manuscript shall follow the line spacing of 1.5.
- All referencing and footnoting shall strictly adhere to the standards laid down in the Oxford University Standard for the Citation of Legal Authorities (4th ed.). Substantive footnoting is impermissible.
- Co-authorship is permissible up to a maximum of three authors.
- The authors shall not disclose their identity anywhere in the body of the manuscript.
All submissions are to be made only through the form before 30th November 2023.
For further clarification, please feel free to contact the below-mentioned.
- Email – [email protected]
- Mobile – +91 9644755530 (Rounak Doshi) or +91 7647952479 (Tisa Padhy).
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