Indian Constitutional Law Review is a quarterly journal published by the Publishing Unit of Agradoot Web Technologies LLP. Indian Constitutional Law Review is a peer-reviewed quarterly law review published with an intention to promote and contribute to the growth of Constitutional Law in India. It revolves around the issues pertaining to the wide sphere of Constitutional Law and in its wide array of areas covers all areas of law through its interactions. Legal research pertaining to Constitutional Law often remains in the books of law and other ways. We seek to practically link and bring together legislative ideologies, research scholars and judicial officers to promote and make available to the public the importance of this area of law and its interaction in every way the Government functions and in every act and move of the State. The coverage of the journal includes all new theoretical and experimental findings in the field. The journal also encourages the submission of critical review articles covering advances in recent research. The Indian Constitutional Law Review does not advocate or solicit Pay-for-Publication Techniques. It is published by Agradoot Web Technologies LLP.
Call for Papers
The Indian Journal of Constitutional Law calls for papers for the
d Edition of the Journal due to be released by
, 2017. The Editorial Board calls for contributors to submit Research Papers, Articles and Case Comments in the journal for the
2017 edition. The manuscripts must conform to the Submission Guidelines mentioned on the website. All manuscripts shall be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org on or before
, 2017, 11:59 PM. Only selected papers shall be published.
The word for limit for Articles and Research Papers is 5000 words while the word limit for Case Comments is 4000 words.
Mode of Submission
The papers may be emailed to email@example.com with the subject ‘Manuscript Submission: Edition
′ and must not be plagiarized.
Last Date for Submission
The last date for submission is
, 2017 by 11:59 PM. No extensions shall be allowed in this regard.