SUBMIT AT | SUBMISSIONS@JURIP.ORG
We would love to review a completely unpublished work. Preach plagiarism at your own peril.
A properly formatted and grammatically correct work is an Editor's dream. Check your work multiple times before submitting,
Font- Garamond | Font Size- 12 | Line Spacing - 1.5 |
Footnotes' Font Size- 10 & Line Spacing- 1.0 | A margin of 2 centimeters on each side of the page. No page borders please.
Co- Authors are most welcome. Till they come in a pair of two.
after submitting, wait for 48 hours to hear back from us.
if we haven't replied, your submission must be really awesome.
shake us out of the awe by ringing us up on +91- 700- 082- 4184.
got an acceptance mail from email@example.com?
VOILA! proceed for the completion of required formalities.
mail us the filled up forms we send across once you're through the review process.
pay the processing & publication charges-
> INR 1500 for indian single authored papers | inr 2000 for the multi- authored ones. additional inr 500 per printed copy, if you wish to have them.
> usd 75 FOR foreign SINGLE AUTHORED PAPERS | usd 100 FOR THE MULTI- AUTHORED ONES. printed copies are on us!
all said and done, sit back and relax.
within 7 days of the final completion of formalities, your research will be published in one of the fastest growing international journals in law.
nature of submissions
ARTICLES (BETWEEN 2500-5000 WORDS INCLUDING FOOTNOTES)
Submissions in this category should provide a comprehensive analysis of a particular issue in the law and society domain. It should review the existing literature extensively, develop an argument and also highlight the specific contemporary developments in the issue being discussed.
SHORT NOTES (1000-2500 WORDS INCLUDING FOOTNOTES)
This category is suited for writings on specific themes and submissions dealing with contemporary issues are preferred. Submissions in this category should provide a concise overview of a specific issue.
BOOK REVIEWS (1000-2000 WORDS INCLUDING FOOTNOTES)
Authors are encouraged to review a book that offers a unique perspective on any issue affecting International society and the legal implications it has. It is recommended that the book chosen is a recent publication (within the last two years) in keeping with the contemporary focus of the Journal.
CASE COMMENTARIES (1000-3000 WORDS INCLUDING FOOTNOTES)
Submissions in this category would include a comprehensive analysis of a recent judicial pronouncement and should engage with the underlying theme of law and society. It must critically analyze the law prior to the ruling as well as the subsequent implications of the ruling.