Call for Papers: Nirma University Law Journal (NULJ), Institute of Law, Nirma University

The Journal Committee of Institute of Law, Nirma University hereby invites articles/ research papers, case studies, and book reviews on the theme ‘Exploring contours of Human Rights in India‘ for publication in the Nirma University Law Journal (March 2017 Issue) bearing ISSN 2249-1430. It can be an inter-disciplinary study reflecting socio-economic and political ideas or contemporary issues. The journal is a bi-annual, peer-reviewed ISSN serial publication from, Institute of Law, Nirma University. It showcases contemporary issues and challenges specific to law, with an inter-disciplinary approach towards assimilating knowledge. It is an endeavour of the Institute to become the beacon of legal education by encouraging synthesis of knowledge and best practices cutting across the academia and research fraternity. The Journal is indexed by Thomson Reuters, Manupatra & SCC Online.

The journal encourages and seeks to promote original scholarship in the area of law and hence all manuscripts sent for publication must contain original thought and research and must not have been published earlier.

The submissions must be made in accordance with the Submission Guidelines and Publication Policy of the journal.

The submissions are to be mailed to nulawjournal@nirmauni.ac.in. The deadline for submissions is on February 01st, 2017 (11:59 pm).

For any further details/clarification, please contact

Vasundhara Kanoria –  +919421483027 (13bal022@nirmauni.ac.in)

Sparsh Upadhyay –  +917820030880 (13bal055@nirmauni.ac.in)

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