Indian Journal of Intellectual Properties Right is an Online Journal which focuses on the contemporary issues in the field of Intellectual Properties Right.

Intellectual Properties Right has become an a crucial part of the day to day living. IJIPR is a yearly Journal wherein Students, Academician and Professionals from all fields are encouraged to submit the paper.


The theme of the submissions should be within the ambit of Intellectual Properties Right.

The submissions should be original and unpublished.

Co-authorship is allowed up to three persons.

Full name(s) of the author(s), along with their designations, must be given as a separate cover letter.

The Harvard bluebook (20th edition) should strictly be followed in the submissions, non-compliance to which will lead to it being strictly rejected.

The body of the paper should be in Times New Roman, with font size 12 and 1.5 line spacing. Footnotes should be in Times New Roman, size 10 with single line spacing.

A margin of four centimeters should be left on all sides. Page borders should not be used.

The paper should be in MS Word Format.

The final paper must be sent in a word document titled [Vol. I, “Paper title”, Name of the Author(s)]. The cover letter must accompany the submission.


Research paper (5000 words including footnotes).

Articles (between 2500-5000 words including footnotes).

Book Reviews (1000-2000 words including footnotes).

Case Commentaries (1000-3000 words including footnotes).


The submissions should be concerned with or relating to Intellectual Properties Right.


The format of IJIPR is online only. Contributors are provided with a hard copy of the Certificates at their respective addresses.


No publication fees shall be charged. The only requirements of the journal are original, unpublished and quality submissions.


Last date for submission of papers is 16-07-2018. Review of papers by 15-12-2018 Submission of Copyright forms by 15-01-2019 Papers will published by 16-04-2019


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Journal of Global Research & Analysis (JGRA) is a peer reviewed “A Bi-Annual Journal” (Print) in English for the enhancement of research published by Geeta Institute of Law(GIL) under the aegis of K. R. Education Society, Panipat.

Journal of Global Research and Analysis (JGRA) offers a common platform to scholars of all disciplines to circulate their scholastic inter-disciplinary researches.

Primary purpose of the Journal is to inculcate a culture of research among the Academicians, Research Scholars, Students and Practitioners to be an important forum which promotes legal discussion and awareness in the community.

The Journal (Special Issue on Law) does not restrict itself to any particular area of law and welcomes contributions from all legal branches, as long as the work is relevant, up to date and original.

We welcome submissions from academicians, practitioners, students, researchers and experts from and within the legal community for Vol. 5 Issue 2.


The present issue of “Journal of Global Research & Analysis” does not restrict itself to any particular area of law and welcomes contributions from all legal branches, as long as the work is relevant, up to date and original. “Contributors may send their articles on any topic relating to Law”

Word Limit:
1. Articles: (3000-4000 words, inclusive of footnotes)
2. Book Review: (1500-2000 words, inclusive of footnotes)
3. Case Comments: (1000-1500 words, inclusive of footnotes)
4. Authorship: A maximum of two co- authors is permitted.
5. Citation Style: Uniform Style of Citation should be adhered to. The mode of citation to be followed is available at

Format of the Main Text & the Footnotes:
1. Times New Roman font, in font size 12 is prescribed for all articles.
2. Further, the footnotes shall be in font size 10 and in the Times New Roman font.
3. A line spacing of 1.5 for the main text and 1.0 for the footnotes is to be followed.
4. All articles are to be sent in either doc or docx format.
Any submission in pdf form shall not be accepted.
All articles being submitted are to be sent along with a duly filled Declaration, the format for which is being attached with this mail. The duly filed Declaration has to be scanned and sent on the email address mentioned below.

Publication Charges: NIL

Important Dates:
1. Last date for submission of Articles: 15th 2016.
2. Confirmation of Selected Papers: On/before 30th, 2016

All articles are to be mailed to

For any further details or queries, a mail can be sent to


All manuscripts must be submitted to  Selected papers will be published in Vol. 5 Issue 2 in 2016 December issue.

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Harvard Launches Free online courses on Religious Literacy: Traditions and Scriptures

About this course

The study of religion is the study of a rich and fascinating dimension of human experience that includes but goes well beyond beliefs and ritual practices. In this religion course, learners explore case studies about how religions are internally diverse, how they evolve and change through time, and how religions are embedded in all dimensions of human experience. We’ll explore these tenets through the lens of scripture and through themes such as gender and sexuality, art, violence and peace, science, and power and authority.

Join me and peers from around the world to embark on this journey to better understand religion in human affairs.

This is the first religion course in a series of World Scriptures courses from HarvardX:

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What you’ll learn

  • Tools for how to interpret the roles religions play in contemporary and historic contexts;
  • How religions are internally diverse
  • How religions evolve and change
  • How religions are embedded in all human cultures
  • The strengths and limitations of learning about religions through their scriptures.

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(June, 2016)–Submission deadline is 30th April, 2016
Vol.16 No.2(December, 2016)–Submission deadline is 30 th September, 2016

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Call for Papers for a Special Issue: $1,000 honorarium if selected

The Russell Sage Foundation Journal of the Social Sciences

Call for Papers for a Special Issue:

Anti-Poverty Policy Innovations: New Proposals for Addressing Poverty in the United States

Edited by Lawrence M. Berger and Katherine Magnuson, University of Wisconsin-Madison; we also expect that Maria Cancian will join us as a coeditor when she returns from leave in 2016-2017

The Institute for Research on Poverty (IRP) and the Russell Sage Foundation have historically collaborated on a series of edited volumes on poverty and poverty policy, which includes Fighting Poverty, Confronting Poverty, Understanding Poverty, and Changing Poverty, Changing Policies. This series has been widely used by teachers and scholars of poverty and related issues, and has traditionally been comprised of state-of-the art review chapters. The last volume, Changing Poverty, Changing Policies, was published in 2009. Since that time, there have been a number of volumes focusing on the Great Recession, as well as the fifty years of the War on Poverty. These works have extensively reviewed recent trends, research, and policy in the poverty arena. However, much less attention has been focused on innovative, specific anti-poverty policy proposals in light of this evidence. We believe that an issue of RSF highlighting such proposals would greatly serve the field. We outline our vision for the issue below.

The journal issue will showcase a collection of innovative and specific policy proposals intended to reduce poverty in the short- and/or long-term or improve economic wellbeing. Each article will focus on a specific social problem and/or population group. The issue aims to set the anti-poverty policy agenda for the next decade or more by presenting detailed real-world responses to current and emerging poverty-related problems. The policy or inter-related set of policies proposed in each article will include a description of the target group and problem; eligibility criteria; program/service or benefit type and amount; expectations regarding policy scope, reach, and take-up; potential heterogeneity in effects across population groups or geographic location; and expected cost and effectiveness, including public and private costs and benefits. Each article must be firmly grounded in existing social science research and present the science (theoretical and empirical research) underpinning the proposed policy. Articles should not propose an overarching policy agenda in a particular domain. Rather each article should propose a specific, potentially high-impact, innovative, or particularly promising policy or policy approach and present evidence in support of that approach. That is, articles should leverage existing research and policy analyses to present an evidence-based argument for implementing novel and potentially transformational policy innovations in a particular poverty-related domain.

The coeditors will contribute an extensive introductory piece that provides a roadmap of current and expected poverty-related trends, evidence on the causes and consequences of poverty, existing anti-poverty policies, and evidence on the efficacy of existing approaches to addressing poverty. They will also contribute a concluding piece that weighs the pros and cons of the various proposals, including key tradeoffs, feasibility, and prioritization. Selection will be determined by the potential for the proposed policy approach to decrease poverty and/or improve the economic wellbeing of low-income and poor individuals and families, as indicated by the strength and quality of the scientific evidence offered in its support.

Although the final topics of focus will be determined by the proposals submitted, we are particularly interested in receiving proposals in the following areas:

Employment- and Wage-Related Policies. Access to stable employment with adequate wages is necessary for long-term poverty reduction. Articles in this area should present (supply- or demand-side) policies and programs to increase employment and/or wages for low-income and disadvantage individuals. This may include individuals with low levels of education and/or job-related skills, as well as those with other barriers to work, including a criminal justice or incarceration history. Policies are likely to include, but not be limited to, training and job placement programs; subsidized employment and apprenticeship/internship programs; incentives or subsidies to employees and/or employers; policies for retraining, incentivizing, or subsidizing disabled workers; wage regulation and protections; and youth development and employment programs and policies.

Family Support Policies. The family is the primary institution for supporting and rearing children. A vast literature documents the consequences of low-income and poverty for the goods and services to which families have access, the quality of parenting and the home environments children receive and, subsequently, child development and the intergenerational transmission of disadvantage. A host of policies and programs may have implications for short- and long-term poverty by intervening at the family level to increase income/access to resources and promote positive parenting, family stability, and healthy child-rearing environments. Policy proposals in this area may focus on family planning, access to contraceptive health, teen pregnancy prevention, two-generation interventions, policies and programs to encourage family stability, and child support policies. Policies and programs in this domain must have the explicit potential to reduce poverty rates or improve economic wellbeing in the short- or long-run.

Education and Child Care Policies. The United States education system has the potential to be a “great equalizer.” Yet, there is considerable debate about the extent to which reforms in early, primary, and secondary education are effective at promoting educational attainment or reducing economic disadvantage. Proposals for reforming child care and education may address early childhood education and care programs, the entire period of K-12 schooling, or some subset thereof. They may focus on a range of education-related issues including, but not limited to, financing, organizational school design, or instructional quality. The authors must, however, provide arguments that the policy is likely to reduce short- or long-term poverty.

Postsecondary Education Policies. Post-secondary educational attainment is closely linked to economic success and stability throughout the life course. Yet, there are considerable disparities in access to and completion of postsecondary education by socioeconomic status of origin. Concerns about the high cost of postsecondary education and low levels of academic preparation, have also been the focus of much concern among scholars and policy makers. Proposals in this section should address short- and long-term reductions in poverty through innovative postsecondary education policies to improve access to and success in higher education among low-income young adults, with clear potential to affect later earnings.

Tax Policies. In recent decades, tax policy has increasingly been used to support low-income populations. Such policies include the Earned Income Tax Credit, Child Tax Credit, and Additional (refundable) Child Tax Credit, as well as direct subsidies to employers who hire difficult-to-employ workers. Proposals in this domain should examine how tax rates, credits, deductions, and/or other instruments could better support low-income individuals and. They may address a variety of areas of taxation for individuals and/or corporations, including but not limited to income tax, sales tax, and property tax. As with other policy areas, the potential to reduce poverty in the short or long-run is important.

Housing Policies. Housing costs comprise a large and growing portion of income, particularly for low-income and poor households. The cost of housing also varies considerably by location. Existing housing policies and programs span rent regulation and renter protections; tax incentives, credits, and deductions; direct and indirect subsidies; and mortgage lending regulation, among others. There has also be a growing focus on policies prioritizing access for specific populations (e.g. youth aging-out of foster care, veterans, homeless families), and integrating housing and human services. Proposals in this area should present innovative policies to reduce housing costs and/or expand access to housing for low-income populations and, thereby, improve their economic wellbeing.

Immigration and Immigrant-Related Policies. Immigrants are a large and growing segment of the U.S. population and are over-represented among low-wage workers. Current social welfare benefits vary in their availability to immigrant groups based on documentation status and time in the United States. Policy innovations in this area may address immigration policy itself, eligibility and coverage of documented and undocumented immigrants in existing policy domains, and innovative immigrant-targeted programs and policies intended to reduce poverty. Again, the proposal might have clear potential to reduce poverty in the short- or long-run, or increase economic wellbeing.

Criminal Justice Policies. The criminal justice system plays an extensive role in the lives of low-income individuals, families, and communities. Criminal justice involvement has implications throughout the life course in areas such as employment and wages, health and wellbeing, family formation and stability, social welfare benefit receipt, and child support and other private transfers. Proposals in this area may address all aspects of the criminal justice system, including but not limited to policing and arrest policies, sentencing policies, incarceration policies, and reintegration policies. Articles must demonstrate how the proposed policy is likely to reduce poverty and improve economic wellbeing.

Consumer Financial Protection Policies. Indebtedness and the high cost of credit for low-income populations have been of increasing concern to policy makers in recent decades. On the one hand, access to credit allows for consumption smoothing and the purchase of high cost, often long-term, assets and human capital investments. On the other hand, accruing substantial debt—particularly that with high interest rates and fees—is associated with increased economic and other stress, poorer psychosocial functioning, and limited future consumption and access to mainstream financial institutions. Proposals in this domain may address issues such as debt regulation (interest rates and fees), access to credit, innovative financial products, and financial literacy. Implications for short- and long-term poverty reduction or economic wellbeing should be explicitly addressed.

Anticipated Timeline

Prospective contributors should submit a CV and an abstract of their study (up to two pages in length, single spaced), plus up to two pages of supporting material (e.g., tables, figures, pictures, etc.) no later than 5 PM EST April 16, 2016 to:

All submissions must be original work that has not been previously published in part or in full. Only abstracts submitted to will be considered. Each paper will receive a $1,000 honorarium when the issue is published. All questions regarding this issue should be directed to Suzanne Nichols, Director of Publications, at and not to the email addresses of the editors of the special issue.

A conference will take place at RSF in New York City on October 28, 2016. The selected contributors will gather for a one-day workshop to present draft papers (due on September 28, 2016, a month prior to the conference) and receive feedback from the other contributors and editors. Travel costs, food, and lodging for one author per paper will be covered by the foundation. Papers will be circulated before the conference. After the conference, the authors will submit their revised drafts. The papers will then be sent out to two additional scholars for formal peer review. Having received feedback from reviewers and the RSF board, authors will revise their papers. The full and final issue will be published in the late 2017. Papers will be published open access on the RSF website as well as in several digital repositories, including JSTOR and UPCC/Muse.

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Call for Papers:ILNU’s Journal of Centre of Criminal Law and Justice


The Journal of Criminal Law and Justice (JCLJ) is a faculty run, peer-reviewed journal published by the Centre for Criminal Law and Justice, Institute of Law, Nirma University, Ahmedabad, Gujarat.

The Journal seeks to provide a platform for engaging in multi-disciplinary discussions on themes of criminal law and justice and human rights.

The Journal welcomes submissions from academicians, practitioners, research scholars and students from law and allied fields.


JCLJ welcomes original and previously unpublished articles, case notes and case comments, and book reviews for publication in its 2016 issue under the following themes:-

Contemporary developments in the field of Criminal Law and Justice

Changing Paradigm in Principles of Criminal Law

Interpretation of Judicial Precedents in context to Criminal Law

Comparative Jurisprudence in International Criminal Law

Word Limits (Inclusive of Footnotes)

ARTICLES: 6,000 to 10,000 words



BOOK REVIEW: 3000 words

Submission Guidelines

1. Co-authorship of maximum two authors is allowed.

2. Abstract shall be submitted on the specified date and shall not exceed more than 300 words.

3. JCLJ follows the Blue Book (19th edition) citation style. Authors are encouraged to adhere as closely as possible to this citation style.

4. The submission should be as a MS-Word document. The Times new Roman font, in font size 12 is prescribed for all entries. Further, footnotes shall be in font size 10 and line spacing of 1.5 shall be followed.

5. The submission should have a covering letter with the following details:

• Title of the submission

• Name of the Author/ Authors

• Brief description of the author/authors (Academic qualifications and current position)

6. Apart from the cover page, the rest of the submission should not contain any reference to the identity of the author/authors in order to enable anonymous screening and peer-review.

7. All submissions are to be sent to

Important Dates

Date of Abstract – 25th February, 2016

Date for Submission of Final Article– 10th March, 2016

Date of Declaration of shortlisted Papers – 20th March, 2016

The copyright of all the submissions shall be with the Centre for Criminal Law and Justice and all the writers are requested to submit only their original work.

Plagiarism shall render the submission liable for cancellation.


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Knowledge Steez Free Online Course on Corporate Social Responsibility

About the Course:  Knowledge Steez is offering a certificate course on Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR). The purpose of this Certificate Course is to provide students, Lawyers, NGOs, International Organizations and Governments ,  an experience-based, integrative exposure to this emerging and dynamic field of business practice.   CSR certificate course is a first of its kind; it blends both legal and management dimensions of CSR.

Eligibility Criteria: Appearing Graduates/Graduates/ Post Graduates in any field/Corporates/NGO Professionals/ Government Employees

Selection procedure: Admissions open and will be on first come first serve basis. (30 Seats Only)

COURSE FEES : Free Course
Certificate : Free Online Certificate
Hardcopy Certificate : 500 INR only
REGISTRATION PROCESS:Step 1: Interested applicants are required to visit the page 2:   Please Message  your Name, Address, E-mail ID and Contact Number to the facebook page of knowledge steez

 After receiving the  message on our Facebook page our team will confirm the registration and provide you with a registration receipt and enrollment number.

Important Dates

Last Date for Enrollment : 10th  December  2015.·         Study Material dispatch soft copy: 20 th December.

·         Course Starts at: 22nd December 2015.

·         Exam Date: 1st week of February 2015.

·         Result Declaration 3 week of February 2015.

Call for Papers: Legal Bloc Journal (ISSN: 2395-0277)

Legal Bloc Journal is an academic monthly published journal. Primary purpose of Legal Bloc Journal is to inculcate a culture of research among the Academicians, Research Scholars and students, to be an important academic forum which promotes legal discussion and awareness in the community. To ensure quality of our publication and to better serve the peers in academic circle we have strong editorial board of legal luminaries. Legal Bloc Journal accepts academic submissions in the form of articles, notes, case comments and book reviews.
Legal Bloc Journal does not restrict itself to any particular area of law and welcomes contributions from all legal branches, as long as the work is relevant, up to date and original.
Nature of Submissions:
Articles (5000-8000 words, inclusive of footnotes)
Book Reviews (2000-3000 words, inclusive of footnotes)
Case Comments (1500-3000 words, inclusive of footnotes)
*Book Review should specify all relevant information relating to the book reviewed such as the name(s) of the author(s) and editor(s), edition of the book reviewed, year of publication, name of publisher and place of publication.
Submission Guidelines: Format of Submission: Submissions must be in electronic form only. All submissions must be MS-Word-processed. Main text should be in Times New Roman, font size 12 with 1.5 line spacing. The footnotes should be in Times New Roman, font size 10 with line spacing 1.15. Abstract: All submissions must contain an abstract of about 250 to 300 words describing the relevant points of discussion attempted in the paper and the relevant conclusions drawn. Headings: The main title should be centred, typed in Times New Roman and emphasised in bold with font size 14. The sub-titles must be left indented, emphasized in bold with font size 12. Citation: Bluebook (19th edi.) Citation.
Co-authorship is allowed.
Cover Letter: The cover letter shall contain the name of the author, institutional affiliation, title and category of the submission.Submissions should be sent in .doc or .docx format only.
All manuscripts must be submitted to on or before Dec. 10, 2015. Selected Papers will be published in Vol. 2 Issue 3 on Dec. 27, 2015

Download Free copy of International Journal of Legal and Social Studies (Special Issue on Clinical Legal Education)

International journal of legal and Social Studies is the quarterly journal of Knowledge Steez Started in the year 2014 . The idea was to create a Journal where not only law students, academicians but also a researchers from social sciences stream can look for academic and research discourse. An important feature of the journal is the Case and Comment section, in which Faculty members and other distinguished contributors analyse recent judicial decisions, new legislation and current law reform proposals.

The IJLSS is the first and only law journal in India devoted exclusively to the study of the interface between law and Social Science.

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