Call for Papers: Indian Journal of Constitutional Studies

The Indian Journal of Constitutional Studies is pleased to announce the call for papers for its inaugural issue. The IJCS invites scientific articles, research papers on international and constitutional law from students, scholars, academicians, judges and institutions from related fields, IJCS aims to provide a critical analysis of current issues, the debates and the global trends that have immense constitutional implications.

The journal shall be published on a quarterly basis commencing from September 2016.

SUBMISSION GUIDELINES

The IJCS shall accept only online submissions. Submissions may be made in any of the following formats:

  1. Articles
  2. Notes
  3. Case commentaries
  4. Book review
  5. Essays

(kindly refer brochure or visit www.ijcons.com for further details

The submissions can be authored by upto 2 co-authors.

Submissions must be an unpublished and original work of the author(s).

DEADLINE

Deadline for submissions towards the inaugural issue 15th September 2016.

However submissions made after the above-mentioned date shall be considered for publication in the forthcoming issues on rolling basis.

Submissions must be mailed to editor@ijcons.com latest by 11:59 pm 15th September 2016.

CONTACT DETAILS 

Kindly address all queries regarding submissions to editor@ijcons.com or vanyasrikant@gmail.com

For further details regarding our review policies and submission guidelines, visit our website www.ijcons.com

We look forward to your valuable contributions.

Regards,

Bishikh Mohanty

Editor-in-chief

Indian Journal of Constitutional Studies.

+91 8106743973

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