National Law School Journal 2012-2013: Call for Papers


National Law School Journal (NLSJ) is a peer-reviewed journal edited by faculty members at the National Law School of India University (NLSIU) in Bangalore.

CALL FOR PAPERS: Contributions for the upcoming edition of the journal is invited. You can send contributions in the form of –

  • long articles (8,000-12,000 words);
  • shorter essays (5,000-8,000 words);
  • comments on judicial decisions (3,000–5,000 words);
  • analysis of legislative materials (3,000-5,000 words) and
  • reviews of recently published books (2,000-3,000 words)

besides other forms of scholarly writing.

WHO CAN SUBMIT: Legal practitioners, academicians and researchers. Those enrolled in research degrees (e.g. M. Phil, PhD. and comparable programmes) can also contribute.

NOTE: They will not accept submissions from students who are presently enrolled in taught programmes.



  • The contributions may be sent through e-mail to (preferably in MS Word format) along with a covering letter addressed to Dr. Sarasu Esther Thomas (Chief Editor, National Law School Journal 2012-2013).
  • The covering letter should include the author’s contact information and a short abstract that outlines the main questions or themes addressed in the paper.
  • The submission should adhere to The Bluebook: A Uniform System of Citation, 19th edn. (2010).

All further queries may be directed to

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