Online internship opportunity @ Knowledge Steez EduHub LLP

Knowledge steez EduHub LLP AAM 8237 .

Started in the year 2012, Knowledge Steez has walked past several milestones since then. The idea was to create a platform that would serve benefits in career and academic aspects to the students of law, social sciences stream, remotely located law colleges and the media field as well.

To introduce, Knowledge Steez attempts an effort in keeping students, researchers, scholars, academicians and teaching fraternity, updated with all the academic opportunities coming their way, in order to boost their career and promote much wider information dissemination. Knowledge steez core aim is to provide training to students and faculties about research , Human Rights and allied subjects. It has recently got itself registered as Knowledge steezEduHub (LLP AAM 8237).  It was founded by Niteesh Kumar Upadhyay ,VivekKumar Verma and currently managed by Mahak Rathee(CEO and Executive Director).

While several other websites are restricted to one field, Knowledge steezEduHub has understood the value of multi disciplinary approach which comes along with law. It provides service not only in the field of law but also in field of Mass communication and Social sciences. Knowledge steez EduHub covers a wide aspect of law such as Human Rights, Intellectual Property Rights, Media Law, Cyber Law and related ones. SUMMER SCHOOLS and WINTER SCHOOLS, as an integral part of our service  are organized in different countries, to mention the latest being with Daffodil International University Bangladesh. We are also in collaboration with universities such as IIT Kharagpur, Sharda University, Amity Law School, National Law Schools, as MEDIA PARTNERS. Knowledge steez EduHub is always on beck and call with all possible help for causes like protection of human rights , women rights , etc free of cost of NGOs. Knowledge steez EduHub has conducted around 100+ legal aid and awareness workshops in last few years on issues like gender justice , cyber awareness and Human Rights.

The Knowledge Steez  also has a special concern focusing on the stereotypes prevailing in the society. Be it a women, an elderly, a men, a victim, any caste, creed or gender, everyone in the society posses right to live their life with equal respect and dignity. We at The Knowledge Steez , through our breaking stereotypes campaigns attempt at spreading awareness about the same that could further add to build a better place to live in with people who know what not to do and what not to tolerate.

Knowledge steez recetly signed MOU with Pasundan University, Indonesia and ECLER Rominia , Daffodil International University , YHRI International US etc

Who Can Apply

Any student who is pursuing his Course from any recognized University from India or any law student pursuing his course from abroad who can devote  6-7 hours a week for work is eligible to apply.

How To Apply

Send your CV along with a cover letter stating your reasons to join the internship program to before 25/March 2020 . 




2 Months

Internship Conformation

Once your complete application has been received, we will take a minimum of 5 days from the date of your application to process your application and accordingly you will be notified if you get selected.


The internship offers will remain open for acceptance for 5 working days from the date of the offer.

Key Responsibilities

  • Content writing
  • Submission of legal news weekly.
  • Conduct legal aid workshops or submit entries for online social awareness campaign
  • Social Media Promotion
  • other tasks as alloted from time to time


  • Internship Certificate
  • If your work is up to the mark you would get a chance to get promoted to the core committee of Knowledge Steez
  • Free event passes


With Regards

Team Knowledge steez

Call for Applications: Two-Week Capacity Building Workshop for Faculty Members in Social Sciences (Sponsored by ICSSR, New Delhi)

Duration: 20th May to 2ndJune 2017

Eligibility: University/college Faculty Members of Social Sciencces  

Last Date for Application Submission: April 20, 2017 

Communication of Selection: April 25, 2017  

Confirmation//Registration by the Participants: April 30, 2017  

Total Number of Seats: 30 

The participation in this workshop is free-of–charge. 




Department of Politicss and Internnational Stuudies 

Pondicherrry Universitty 

Mobile: +91 9442518509 


Assistant Professor 

Department of Socioloogy 

Pondicherrry Universitty 

Mobile: +91 9486747787 



The chief aim of the workshop is to enable the faculty members for the use of appropriate techniques 

in research in social sciences. Specifically, the objectives are to: 

1. Facilitate the understanding of the application of appropriate quantitative techniques in various types 

of research in social sciences. 

2. Enhance skills of preparing an appropriate research design. 

3. Enhance the awareness for writing a good quality research paper for publication and  develop the capacity for planning and writing a book. 

4. Update the skill for writing competitive grant proposals and provide ideas about emerging 

researchable areas. 

5. Provide through exposure to use of PASW, STATA and E-Views for economic analysis. 


As mentioned above, the focus of the workshop will be on applications of quantitative techniques in  research in social sciences. It is aimed at providing knowledge of essential tools and techniques through  classroom exercises with practical data. The emphasis will be on providing knowledge of the operation of 

computer  software  packages  so  that  the  teachers  can  link  classroom  teaching with  research  and  self-  generated new knowledge. 


The training workshop would broadly focus on: 

• Meaning and Aspects of Research

• Research Design

• Survey Method and Sampling

• Basic Quantitative Analysis

• Analysis of Data

• Politics of Research

• Structure of Research Proposal

• Quantitative Research

• Ethics in Academic Writing

• Elements of Academic Writing

• Selection of Journal

• Submission of Research Paper

• Publication Process

• Dealing with ProofProof

For Brochure CLICK HERE

GNLU Essay Competition on Law and Society, 2016

The Centre for Law Society, Gujarat National Law University (GNLU) is organizing a national-level essay competition in collaboration with the Chambers of Ratan K. Singh and under the able guidance of Padma Shree Prof. Upendra Baxi. The competition aims to provide a platform to students to express their views on the correlation between the complexities of the society and the objective of crafting an effective law.


The theme of the competition is “New Legal Paths for Seeking Social Justice”. The following sub-themes have been identified as requiring academic consideration in the Indian context:

  1. Reconsidering Socio-Economic Parameters for Defining Caste
  2. Securing Rights Conducive to Social Change: Third Gender Rights in India
  3. Escaping Persecution: National Register of Citizens as a Measure to Counter Illegal Immigration?
  4. Era of Land Reforms: Balancing Industrial Development and Agricultural Interest
  5. Challenging the Leviathan: Sedition Law in India
  6. Death By Incarceration: A Limitation on the Term of Punishment
  7. Domestic Violence Laws: More Misuse Than Use
  8. Freedom of Expression v. Religious Sensitivities: Are Blasphemy Laws the way out?
  9. Is the soft law vehicle of CSR sufficient for domestic corporates to discharge their responsibility towards the society?
  10. Should MNCs be held criminally responsible for human rights violations?



  • Category: Law Students

1st Prize – INR 15, 000/ Internship at Thomson Reuters Foundation/ Certificate Course by and iPleaders

2nd Prize – INR 7, 500/ Internship at Fox Mandal & Co./ Certificate Course by and iPleaders

3rd Prize – INR 2, 500/ Internship at Fox Mandal & Co./ Certificate Course by and iPleaders


  • Category: Non-law Students

1st Prize – INR 15, 000/ Internship at Jindal Steel & Power Ltd.

2nd Prize – INR 7, 500/ Internship at Jindal Steel & Power Ltd.

3rd Prize – INR 2, 500/ Internship at Jindal Steel & Power Ltd.


  • Certificates will be issued to all participants and winners.
  • The top 3 essays under each sub-theme will be published as a collection of essays.
  • The authors of best entries under each sub-theme will be offered Certificate Courses by and iPleaders, provided they fall under the Category of Law Students.



  1. The competition is open to all undergraduate and postgraduate students enrolled in any discipline in a recognized University/ College/ Institute in India.
  2. Co-authorship by a maximum of 2 students is permitted.


Word Limit: 3000 – 5000 words, not including footnotes.


Submission: January 31, 2016.


The submission guidelines are available here. (Kindly provide link to Information Brochure PDF)

For further details, please visit

For any queries, drop an e-mail at or contact:


  1. Mr. Sameer R. Bhat, Student Convenor, GNLU Centre for Law and Society,

Mobile: +91 9998925880;


  1. Ms. Gayathree Devi K. T., Student Co-Convenor, GNLU Centre for Law and Society,

Mobile: +91 8511970905;

information brochure :

Poster :


Indian Journal of Sports Law

Indian Journal of Sports law(IJSL)

IJSL is the first of its kind in India trying to understand the intricacies of sports law. It is a half yearly peer reviewed online journal on the field of Sports law. IJSL accepts manuscripts in the field of sports law which are scrutinized by a group of sports enthusiasts and renowned personalities in the field of sports law.  IJSL is a platform for exhibiting the best of the scholarly works in the form of legal analysis, perceptive comments and act as a major source to get information for people interested in the field. The journal would be catering to the needs of students, professionals, academicians and sports officials, sports players and sports enthusiasts to gain knowledge and update themselves about the legalities of sports from a global perspective.

Guidelines for Submission

All contributions submitted to the Journal should be original and should not be simultaneously considered for publication elsewhere.

The Editorial Board has refrained from imposing a theme.

A submission is welcome as long as it comes under the ambit of sports law

The contributions should be falling under the below mentioned categories

Case Comments (3,000 words)

Articles (4,000 words)

Book Reviews (1,500 words)

The Editorial team reserves the right to accept any piece of work beyond the prescribed categories.

All submissions must be in Times New Roman, Font size 12, Line Spacing 1.5

All the word limits are exclusive of footnotes.

The author(s) bear sole responsibility for the accuracy of facts, opinions or view stated in the submitted Manuscript. In case of any gross plagiarism found in the contents of submitted manuscript, the Manuscript shall be subject to rejection.

The Editorial Board reserves the right to reject without reviewing manuscripts that exceed the word limit substantially.

All submissions are to be made via e-mail as .doc or .docx or pdf documents

IJSL follows the Harvard Blue Book style of referencing – A Uniform System of Citation (19th Edn.). Contributors are requested to comply with the same.

Submission guidelines

The Journal shall retain all Copyrights arising out of any publications and only the moral rights will vest with the author.

The submissions should be sent via mail to

The submission should contain an abstract not exceeding 500 words and it should not include the name or the University/college name of the author (These can be mentioned in the mail.)

Last date for submission is February 10th 2015.

Submissions made after this date may be considered for subsequent issues.

Email your queries at

Call for Papers: “Child Rights: Emerging issues and challenges”

Call for Papers: “Child Rights: Emerging issues and challenges”
Last date of Submission November 20, 2014(Extended)
The Law Mantra Law journal (ISSN 2321 – 6417) is a monthly academic journal, published online, that seeks to provide an interactive forum for the publication of articles in the field of Law.
The Journal is currently soliciting submissions for Volume 2, Issue 2, which will be published on Dec. 6, 2014. The submission deadline for Volume 2, Issue 2 is Nov. 20, 2014. We welcome submissions from academicians, practitioners, students, researchers and experts from within the legal community. We have a strong preference for articles that assert and defend a well-reasoned position.

Advocacy Internship Programme

What is the programme?

ADVOCACY INTERNSHIP PROGRAMME (AIP) is a unique venture of the National Centre for Advocacy Studies. Inaugurated in 1999, the AIP aims at developing a set of dedicated and active youth committed to social change and justice. It is a programme that caters to the needs of social activism and enriches participants with a political perspective, knowledge base, and skills required for effective people-centred advocacy. It is designed to prepare young people to work in the field of development and social change through an 18-month process of learning that combines academic inputs, capacity building, field experiences and perspective building

What does the programme involve?

The multidisciplinary course is designed to emphasize a rights-based perspective to social change, focusing on the concepts and practices of people-centred advocacy and human rights activism (rights of dalits and women; right to food, health and work). The topics covered include the character of Indian society, polity and economy; globalization and imperialism; human rights law and social justice; approaches to social change and social movements; environmental protection; policy analysis; campaign planning; networking; and research methodologies.

Within 5-6 years of the beginning of the programme, an Academic Council was formulated, to advise and guide the Advocacy Internship. Besides, a resource team comprising experts from diverse fields was formed to facilitate the Internship programme.

Advocacy Internship Programme in a current year would usually deal with two consecutive batches. One which has completed the in-house programme and is placed in an organization for 6 months and the second which is still undergoing the in-house programme within the organization. Under Internship, the interns also make three field visits to grassroots advocacy organizations to have hands-on-experience of social action and advocacy.

Who are the interns?

Criteria for selection of the interns included educational qualifications (preferably post-graduate level) and experience (about two years’ association with social action groups). Priority would be given to candidates from remote areas who have limited learning opportunities. However, moving beyond the realms of education and experience, potential candidates would attend a two-day residential camp to assess their attitudes, aptitude and motivation levels.

Hands-on learning

Each intern is placed with an advocacy organization for six months. During this period, apart from working as a part of that organization, they are expected to write a dissertation on the process of campaign within the context of advocacy and socio-political change.

The six-month placements have great impact on the interns, with them finding the experience inspiring, many even going through an inner transformation. They not only begin to understand how advocacy processes work in the field, but the skills they learn during their in-house training are practiced in the field.

In a constant endeavor to improvise the program, in 2006-07 sessions with a psychologist and councillor were introduced. These sessions, which focused on self awareness, self development and interpersonal relationships, were meant to help interns understand themselves better so they can change for the better and become more effective in their work.

The Advocacy Internship Programme has produced around 100 young advocates who are working in various positions in organizations from grassroots to INGOs.

For application form click here

14th Vyas Government Law College National Legal Essay Competition! 12k for winner

The co-curricular activities encouraged by the Government Law College, Mumbai are definitive in allowing the individual to become a better exponent of the law. A better understanding of law is created that stands the individual in good stead throughout his legal career.

The Magazine Committee, however, feels that the best means to explore the real lawyer within its students would be to allow the development of the writer beneath his persona. Thus, the Committee organises the Vyas Government Law College National Legal Essay Competition each year. The competition is sponsored by Mr. Dinesh Vyas, one of GLC’s most distinguished alumni, who obtained his LLB degree from Government Law College in 1967.

Every year, the number of participants and quality of entries received rises manifold. This year will see the 14th edition of this prestigious competition.

This year’s topics are:

  1. The Right to be Forgotten: the most recent dispute in data protection. Elaborate with respect to Google’s legal controversy.
  2. Discuss the case of Dr. Kunal Saha vs Dr. Sukumar Mukherjee & Ors, with respect to to the perpetual conflict between medical negligence and consumer protection. Analyze the crux of the judgment and development of law through the years on the same.
  3. Examine the laws regulating commercial activities in outer space and the resolution of disputes in such matters. Shed light on the development of this obscure branch of international law.
  4. Trial by Media: Is the fourth pillar of democracy hindering justice? Discuss in detail with reference to the detrimental reporting of criminal cases by media in recent times and the blurry freedom of expression.
  5. Analyze the major provisions of the recently introduced, Juvenile Justice (Care and Protection of Children) Bill, 2014 in view of the recent incidents brutality towards women.

The winners are awarded cash prizes as follows:

First prize:  12,000

Second Prize:  9,000

Third Prize:  7,000

The first prize winning entry will be published in the Annual Magazine 2014-15.

Eligibility Rules:

  • Participation is restricted to students currently studying in Law colleges only. All participants must be LL.B. students, either from the 3 year course or from the 5 year course.
  • Individuals alone are eligible to participate. An essay co-authored by two or more students will not be accepted.

Presentation Rules:

  • Word Limit: 3500-4500 words. Marks will be deducted for violation of the word limit.
  • The identity of the student or the college, university, institution, etc., should not be revealed in the text of the essay in any manner whatsoever.
  • The essay must contain proper footnotes mentioning details of authorities used.
  • The entry should be typed and printed on one side of A4-sized paper and must adhere to the following formatting requirements:

Font type – Times New Roman, Font size 12, Double-spacing, One inch margin on each side, printed on one side of the paper.

Submission Rules:

  • Four hard copies of each entry must be sent by registered post or couriered to:

The Editor,

Vyas Government Law College National Legal Essay Competition

C/o Magazine Committee, Government Law College

‘A’ Road, Churchgate, Mumbai 400020.

Phone no.: +91 9820417321

  • A copy should be e-mailed to
  • Each entry shall be enclosed with a covering letter on the letterhead of the participating college, which mentions the name and year of the student.
  • Participants must also submit a short bio-data containing the following information: Full name, year, college name, telephone number and postal address, personal contact number, e-mail id, postal address.

The last date for entries for the Competition is the 5th of January, 2015. 

For further information about the above  essay competition, or about the Magazine Committee of Government Law College, Mumbai,

  • Please visit us at ‘’
  • E-mail us at ‘’
  • Contact Ms. Maithili Parikh (Chief Student Editor): +91 9820417321

Internship at Debt RecoveryTribunal ,10 k stipend

The Debts Recovery Tribunal (DRT) enforces provisions of the Recovery of Debts Due to Banks and Financial Institutions (RDDBFI) Act, 1993 and also Securitization and Reconstruction of Financial Assets and Enforcement of Security Interests (SARFAESI) Act, 2002.

Under the Recovery of Debts Due to Banks and Financial Institutions (RDDBFI) Act, 1993 banks approach the Debts Recovery Tribunal (DRT) whereas, under Securitization and Reconstruction of Financial Assets and Enforcement of Security Interests (SARFAESI) Act, 2002 borrowers, guarantors, and other any other person aggrieved by any action of the bank can approach the Debts Recovery Tribunal (DRT).

Debts Recovery Tribunal are located across the country. Some cities have more than one Debts Recovery Tribunals. New Delhi, Chennai, Kolkata and Mumbai have three Debts Recovery Tribunals. Ahmedabad and Chandigarh have two Debts Recovery Tribunal (DRT) each. One Debts Recovery Tribunal has been constituted at Allahabad, Aurangabad, Bangalore, Coimbatore, Cuttack, Ernakulam, Guwahati, Hyderabad, Jabalpur, Jaipur, Lucknow, Madurai,Nagpur, Patna, Pune, Vishakapatnam and Ranchi

Legal Internship for Law Graduates and under graduates

BRT is in the field of assisting stressed MSME units in rejuvenating themselves with various tools, which includes amongst other things debt restructuring, assistance in one time settlement issues, Legal Assistance, Fund raising, Mergers, Acquisition, JV etc. We have a strong legal division with many professionals associated with them.

BankDRT offers internship to Law under graduates as well as to Law Graduates.

The general terms and conditions for Legal Internship

TERMS & CONDITIONS OF INTERNSHIPLegal Interns can choose place of their internship either at our Delhi Office or at our Bangalore Office.Legal Internship is generally given to undergraduate students of 5th or 6th sem (3 –year law course) or 8th sem and above (5 year Law course).

Undergraduate Legal Interns can seek short term legal internship (30 to 60 days).

Graduate Legal Interns can take long term internship (180 days)

Legal Internship in BankDRT is a very serious affair. BankDRT invests lot of time, money and energy on the Legal Interns and mentors them seriously in the filed of Banking Law, more particularly, debt recovery and associated Laws. Therefore Legal Interns should not apply and/or accept offers of Legal Internship if they are not serious about their physical and mental stamina to work in this rigorous filed.

2 posts of short term Legal Interns each at our Delhi and Bangalore office.

2 posts of long term Legal interns, each at our Delhi and Bangalore office.

Interested Legal Interns are requested to go through the web site of the firm and take a conscious decision whether to apply for the internship or not.

As a thumb rule, generally short term legal interns are not entitled for any stipend.

Long term legal interns are allowed stipend upto Rs. 10,000/- pm

Legal interns who perform exceptionally well, whether they are short term legal interns or long term legal interns, are given cash rewards.
On successful completion of internship, Legal interns will be given internship cum work experience Certificate.

Interested legal intern should apply with full resume, pass-port size photograph, copies of past internship Certificate to

Internship Opportunity at Centre for Law and Policy Research (CLPR)


CLPR is a legal research and litigation centre that is involved in cutting-edge legal and policy work. Its areas of research include constitutional law, social rights and welfare, disability law, intellectual property rights and legal education. CLPR is also involved in public law litigation work in the Supreme Court, the Karnataka High Court and the sub-ordinate courts


Duration: 4 weeks(Minimum)

Work Description: Interns will be expected to assist on both substantive and administrative projects in a variety of areas. Individuals applying for internships must be able to commit to a minimum of 4 weeks. Successful candidates for these positions must demonstrate attention to detail, responsibility, strong writing skills, and an ability to handle multiple tasks with aggressive deadlines.

Who can apply: Applicants are expected to be in thier 3rd, 4th or 5th year of study in their law school program. We will consider applications from students in their 2nd year of study if they show substantial ability


Applicants must submit a cover letter, resume, and may be asked to submit a writing sample or other documents. Please indicate in your cover letter the department to which you are applying. You can email, or mail your application. Please email your applications to

Note: No phone calls will be entertained on this account


University of Tasmania Law Review: Call for Papers


Since its first issue in 1958, the University of Tasmania Law Review has published a diverse range of law-related articles from Australia and around the world dealing with topics such as legal history, current legal issues and future directions of the law. Managed and edited by a student editorial board, the Review is a refereed journal and all articles are assessed through a formal peer-review process. The Law Review is published twice a year.


Upcoming Issue: Volume 32 (1) and (2)

The journal invites submission of articles, preferably between 4,000 and 10,000 words (inclusive of footnotes) and on topics of relevance to academics and the legal community. It is required that all articles be accompanied by an abstract of approximately 200 words in length. Contributors should note that the University of Tasmania Law Review has a particular focus on Australian, Asia-Pacific and international legal issues. Articles should contain useful headings. References must be footnoted in accordance with the Australian Guide to Legal Citation (3rd ed, 2010). The Guide is available at <>.

Authors will be notified of the Editors’ decision regarding publication and will be kept informed throughout the process.


Manuscripts should be submitted electronically in a format that may be edited (i.e., no PDF files or read-only documents) to

DOWNLOAD Submission and Publication Agreement University of Tasmania Law Review (PDF 25KB)

Submissions may be sent to:
The Editors
University of Tasmania Law Review
Private Bag 89
Tasmania, Australia, 7001


  • For Submissions to Volume 32(1): April 1, 2013
  • For Submissions to Volume 32(2): September 2, 2013


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The University of Notre Dame Australia Law Review (‘UNDALR’) is a refereed law journal published annually. It publishes articles dealing with Australian and International law. All articles are subjected to a double blind referee process. Authors published in the UNDALR include academics from a range of countries including Kenya, Uganda, the UK, and various parts of Australia. Know more


The Editorial Committee of UNDALR invites submissions for its 2013 issue. It welcomes submissions from scholars, academics, legal practitioners and other prospective contributors on all areas of law.

Submission Guidelines

  • Submissions may be in the form of articles (preferably not exceeding 12,000 words), or legal comments, case notes, or book reviews (preferably not exceeding 3,500 words).
  • Submissions are accepted on the basis that they are original work and have not been previously published or submitted elsewhere. The Editor/Associate Editor reserves the right to make the final decision as to acceptance for publication.
  • Submissions must comply with the Australian Guide to Legal Citation (AGLC) (3rd ed, 2010) which can be viewed at References and citations must be in the form of footnotes.
  • Submissions must include an abstract of about 100 wordssummarising the article.
  • Authors must place their biographical details (name, academic and professional qualifications, title, current position) on a separate sheet.
  • Gender-neutral language must be used.


Submissions must be submitted to the Associate Editor as email attachments (in Microsoft Word) to either of the following email addresses:

  • ava.sidhu@ 

DEADLINE:15th April, 2013

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Law Text Culture, Vol.17: Call for Papers


Law Text Culture is an interdisciplinary peer reviewed journal published by the Legal Intersections Research Centre at the University of Wollongong, Australia. Law Text Culture incites a dialogue crossing disciplines, exciting, in each, fresh perspectives along three axes of inquiry:

  • Politics: engaging the relationship of force and resistance;
  • Aesthetics: eliciting the relationship of judgment and expression;
  • Ethics: exploring the relationship of self and other.

Know more about the journal here

Professor Anne Cranny-Francis & Dr Elaine Kelly,
Transforming Cultures Research Centre, University of Technology, Sydney


Submission Theme: “Re-orienting Hospitality, Re-orienting Law”

The journal invites respondents to consider the relation of law to hospitality, the expression of hospitality in law and the ways in which hospitality demands something more of law or even beyond law. Submissions are invited to open up these questions in new ways. Critical essays, memoir, photo essays, poetry and artistic pieces are welcome.

See Style Guide here


Submit an abstract of 400-500 words to the guest editors through email (email address mentioned above) by 22nd March, 2013


  • Last Date for Submission of Abstracts: 22nd March, 2013
  • Last Date for Submission of Full Paper: 14 June, 2013

For further information regarding the submission of material to Law Text Culture, contact the Managing Editors.

Managing Editors

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Law Literature & The Humanities Association of Australasia Annual Conference: Call for Papers

WHEN: 5 – 8 December 2013

WHERE: The Australian National University, Canberra, Australia


The annual conference of the Association invites scholarly and creative research from academics and graduate students working at the crossroads of law, justice, and culture, whether based in legal theory or in disciplines such as literature, art, film, music, history, continental philosophy, anthropology, psychoanalysis, visual culture, or cultural studies.

Contributions may take a variety of forms from traditional academic papers to poster presentations, video, or other genres or media.


Contributors should provide a title and an abstract of 200 words or less, no later than 31 May, 2013, by email sent to Please include your name and the word Interpellations in the subject line.

DEADLINE: 31 May, 2013

For further information including on-line registration, kindly visit the link below-

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4th ASIANSIL Biennial Conference: Call for Papers

THEME: Asia and International Law in the 21st Century: New Horizons

ORGANISER: The  Asian  Society  of  International  Law  (ASIANSIL)

WHEN: 14 to 16 November 2013

WHERE: Indian Society of International Law in New Delhi


The Organizers seek to encourage the participation in the Conference of all persons interested in international law all over the world, whether established or junior scholars, academics or practitioners, government officials and NGO officers, by inviting applications for positions as panelists. Papers may provide an Asian perspective on these topics, and/or international/comparative approaches to the listed topics.

Anti-dumping and safeguards
ASEAN-related special issues of International Law
Climate change
Competition law
Conflict of laws relating to marriage, adoption, surrogacy and custody of children
Emergent issues in international human rights law
Evolving positions in relation to R2P
Intellectual property rights
International commercial law/enforcement of foreign judgments
International investment law (including resolution of international investment disputes)
Key elements of sustainable development for Asia
Law of the Sea; Piracy; Maritime Security and Safety in the Asian region
National implementation of the WTO’s and RTAs’ commitments in the Asian countries
Peaceful Resolution of International Disputes in Asia (including resolution of International Trade and Business Disputes in Asian countries)
Regulating the internet
The Asian-African Legal Consultative Organization
The contribution of civil society to international law and the growth of `bottom-up’ processes of international law creation and implementation
The teaching, research and practice of international law in Asian languages
The turn to history in international law
Third World approaches to international law

WORD LIMIT: between 6000 and 8000 words


Paper presenters are encouraged to submit finalized papers to the Society’s new Asian Journal of International Law. Publication is subject to a double-blind peer-review and editorial discretion. Details may be found on the Journal’s Web site


The first issue of the Asian Journal of International Law was published by Cambridge University Press in January 2011.

 The Asian Journal of International Law (AsianJIL) publishes peer-reviewed scholarly articles and book reviews on public and private international law. The regional focus of the Journal is broadly conceived. Some articles may focus specifically on Asian issues; others will bring one of the many Asian perspectives to bear on issues of global concern. Still others will be of more general interest to scholars, practitioners, and policymakers located in or working on Asia.


You will be required to provide in the submission form:
A 600-word abstract/summary of the proposed paper.
Please clearly identify the title of your paper and the panel category in the online form.
Affiliation details and brief bio
This would include details of professional status, educational background, institutional affiliation, office address, contact telephone number, and e-mail address. Please also provide, in the section titled `brief biography’ any information about presentations given, publications, and any other relevant information about your research or experience.
Your affiliation to the Asian Society of International Law
Preference will be given to existing members of the Asian Society of International Law in the selection process. To sign up for membership, Please Click Here.
Whether your participation is dependent on the provision of financial assistance.
Although the organizers may be able to secure a small sum of sponsorship to provide financial assistance, it is preferable for accepted presenters to secure their own travel funding from their respective institutions.

In addition to paper proposals, proposals for panels will also be considered. A panel should address a topical issue of international law and consist of 5-6 speakers from a range of countries and stages of career development.


Please note that a student workshop is being organized in conjunction with the conference and it is expected that students will submit their abstracts to that rather than to the conference itself. Click HERE to view the Call for Expression of Interest for the student workshop.


  • For completing the online submission forms: 15th April 2013, 2300 hrs, IST
  • For submitting the completed papers and registration to the Conference Organizers: 30th September, 2013



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Call for Papers: London Review of International Law


London Review of International Law is a new journal to be published by Oxford University Press in 2013. The London Review of International Law is a peer-reviewed journal for critical, innovative and cutting-edge scholarship on international law. The journal’s mission is to publish high-quality research and to support and foster the emergent body of work being undertaken in the areas of international legal theory, international legal history and international socio-legal studies.


The editorial board of the journal invites submissions in the form of scholarly articles, review essays and writings in non-traditional formats of broader interest to international legal scholarship. The editors aspire to publish work that explores and excavates the untold stories and lost traditions of international law itself. The disciplinary affiliation of authors is not important.

For further information, including the full editorial board, guidelines on submitting, instructions to authors and a list of suggested books for review please visit the London Review website here.


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Westminster Law Review: Call for Papers


The Westminster Law Review is an online peer-reviewed journal publishing material of a broad legal and interdisciplinary nature by students, academics and professionals in the legal field.

UPCOMING ISSUE: Volume 3, Issue 1


The Westminster Law Review invites submissions of articles (5,000 –10,000 words), book reviews (700 – 1,000 words) and short comment pieces (+/- 2,500 words) on legal or interdisciplinary topics for publication in its forthcoming issue.

Authors may submit directly on the website under ‘Submissions’ where they will also find further details regarding the submission process or may email the Executive Director at



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H.M.Seervai Gold Medal Essay Competition in Constitutional Law, 2013


THEME: Adequacy of the Constitutional Provisions in Achieving Gender Mainstreaming- A Critical Appraisal

WHO CAN SUBMIT: Only LL.B students studying in any of  the recognized law schools/colleges/departments of the universities in India.

AWARD: Student writing the best essay will be awarded a Gold Medal at the Annual Convocation of NLSIU, Bangalore


DEADLINE: April 30, 2013 (05:00 PM)

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Call for Papers: 30th Annual Conference of the European Association of Law and Economics (EALE)

WHEN: September 26-28, 2013

WHERE: University of Warsaw, Warsaw, Poland


Polish Association of Law and Economics (PSEAP), in cooperation with the Centre for Economic Analyses of Public Sector at the Faculty of Economic Sciences of the University of Warsaw and Warsaw School of Economics.


Those interested in presenting a paper are invited to submit the paper (in draft form), together with a short abstract, following the online procedure. Priority in selection will be given to completed papers.

Papers may be on any topic in or related to Law and Economics including:

Property rights, property law and growth – Antitrust and Regulation – Bankruptcy, Commercial Corporate Law and Corporate Governance – Behavioural Law and Economics – Comparative Law and Economics – Contract Theory and Contract Law – Crime, Deterrence and Criminal Law – Environmental Law and Economics – Experimental Law and Economics – Family Law, Gender, and Discrimination – Health Law – Intellectual Property and Innovation Policy – International Law, International Trade, and Immigration – Labour and Employment Law – Law and Development – Litigation, Dispute Resolution and the Legal Process – Market and Non-market Regulation – Mergers and Acquisitions – Political economy and public choice – Public and Administrative Law – Finance, Securities and Capital Market Regulation – Taxation and Social Welfare – Theory of the Firm (Includes Non-Profits and Government Orgs.) – Tort Law and Compensation Systems.

Emphasis on economic analyses of regulation, including regulatory impact assessment, is particularly welcome.


Authors, who fulfill the eligibility requirements (doctors no more than 2 years from the completion of their academic education) are also invited to enter the competition to win the Goran Skogh Award for the most promising paper presented at the EALE Conference. The winner will receive €1000.

Poster sessions will also be organized during the conference.


  • Paper submission deadline: March 29, 2013
  • Communication of Acceptance: May 30, 2013
  • Final papers due by: July 30, 2013
  • Registration by: August 10, 2013

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Windsor Yearbook of Access to Justice: Call for Papers

ISBN: 0710-0841


Created in 1979, the Windsor Yearbook of Access to Justice was the earliest Canadian journal devoted to the trans-cultural and international study of individuals and groups excluded from the protections of the domestic or international legal orders. The Yearbook is independently refereed, publishes French and English essays and book reviews, is faculty-run and is supported by a distinguished Advisory Board.

The Faculty of Law at the University of Windsor publishes the Windsor Yearbook of Access to Justice semi-annually with the assistance of grants from the Ontario Law Foundation and from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada.

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The Windsor Yearbook of Access to Justice is soliciting contributions from a broad range of disciplines and perspectives for its upcoming special issue focused on access to knowledge to be published in 2013. In this Special Issue, they will explore the theme of access to knowledge within a social justice paradigm. Articles, case/legislation comments and notes, book reviews, or other manuscripts will be considered for review.

Please see the Yearbook website at for submission guidelines and other information.


  • Manuscripts must conform to the Canadian Guide to Uniform Legal. 
  • Manuscripts should be submitted in electronic form as a Microsoft Word file.


2 Days’ Course on Contract Drafting by Vishnu Prasad, Law Pundits

WHEN: Date: 2 – 3 March, 2013

WHERE: Banquet Hall, Aishwarya Hotel, Opp. Lotus Club, Warriam Road Cochin 682016, Kerala

ORGANISER: Law Pundits. Know more about Law Pundits here


  • Lawyers serious about drafting the best quality agreements for their clients.
  • In House counsels
  • Final year LLB students about to enter practice
  • LLM students
  • Accountants
  • Contract Managers
  • LPO/KPO associates

COURSE FEE: INR 7500/- (inclusive of all charges)

(Cost inclusive of the training and study materials, lunch on both days as well as stationaries)


• Understand how contracts are structured, negotiated, executed and implemented
• Familiarise yourself with legal ‘jargon’ and terminology
• Improve the way you administer, amend and terminate contracts
• Receive practical tips on drafting clear and concise contracts
• Complete practical exercises to consolidate learning Focus
• What makes a binding contract?
• The structure of a typical commercial contract
• Techniques for effective contract drafting
• Negotiation and signature of contracts
• Tracking and terminating contracts


Vishnu Prasad

Vishnu Prasad is an international lawyer as well as the CEO of Law Pundits, UK. He is a consultant with an international law firm and the head of legal process of Saprev, a technology and outsourcing company based in UK. He is also a visiting professor in Business laws and International Business law at European Business School and at Webster University. He holds a Masters Degree in Law with specialization in International Business Law from the London School of Economics. He also holds diplomas in Trade Law from the Academy of International Trade Law based in China and also in Private International Law from the Hague Academy of International Law. He sits in the board of directors of several companies around the world and advises them on legal and strategic aspects.

See Course Overview and Mode of Payment of Fee on the Brochure available here

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NLSIU Bangalore, Socio Legal Review, 3rd Annual Essay Competition, 2013


Socio-Legal Review is the inter-disciplinary, peer-reviewed and student edited journal published by the National Law School of India University.


  • Legislating on Land Acquisition: A possible consensual Model
  • Extending Social Security to developing Countries
  • The Viability of Supra-state Entities: The EUand Beyond


  1. 1st Prize: Rs. 10,000
  2. 2nd Prize: Rs. 7000
  3. 3rd Prize: Rs. 4000

DEADLINE: March 31, 2013


Workshop on Cyber Law and Contemporary Issues

ORGANISER: Symbiosis Law School, Pune

CHIEF GUEST: Mr. Pavan Duggal (Advocate, Supreme Court of India)

WHEN: 9th February, 2013 (2.00 pm – 6.00 pm)

WHERE: Vishwabhavan Auditorium, Symbiosis, Senapati Bapat Road, Pune


In today’s highly digitalized world, almost everyone is affected by cyber law. Every company extensively depends upon their computer networks and keeps their valuable data in electronic form. The objective of this workshop on “Cyber Laws” is to educate today’s student and youth about the vulnerability of personal data in cyberspace, and more importantly on social networking platforms. This workshop also helps to create awareness among the legal and management students on the importance of cyber laws.


  • Get a certificate for participation in the workshop.
  • The experts will be sharing their knowledge about vulnerability on social networking, admissibility of evidence in courts and various other case studies.
  • Gain information in respect of the laws applicable in India and on e-commerce.
  • Become aware about protecting your interests in the cyber world.


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You can also register at Symbiosis Law School, Pune


For Indian Rupees
Under Graduate and LL.M. Students Students of Symbiosis Law School, Pune Rs.100/-
Other SIU students Rs. 200/-
Students from other institutes/ professionals Rs 300/-

For Registration and further details, kindly visit the website or Contact any of the following Members of the Tech Legal Cell of Symbiosis Law School, Pune between 3:00 pm to 7:00 pm

  1. Sreeparna Basak:                     +91 989 080 6392
  2. Ritvika Mishra :                         +91 962 319 1659
  3. Munnazzar:                                +91 986 066 5006

Free Online Course on Laws of Consumer Protection


The course delivers an outline of the consumer protection laws in India. The course aims at increasing the awareness about consumer rights and issues.


COURSE FEE: Free for now!


LAST DATE FOR ENROLLMENT: 9 March, 2013 , 2013

ONLINE TEST:18, 19, 20 March, 2013
Course Starts from: 11, March

For more information, click the following-

Phone: 9538854881 / 8521717666

GNLU Journal of law, Development and Politics (GJLDP): Call for papers


The GNLU Journal of law, Development and Politics (GJLDP) is a biannual, interdisciplinary journal which focuses on law, development and politics; is published by the Editorial Board of Gujarat National Law University and is administered by faculty and students of the University. The purpose of GJLDP is to provide readers with information on recent developments affecting laws, development and various political issues. Know more


The GNLU Journal of law, Development and Politics (GJLDP) invites papers for its biannual journal to be published by the Editorial Board of GNLU.


1. Manuscripts and all editorial correspondence should be addressed to Editorial Board of GNLU Journal of Law, Development and Politics, Gujarat National Law University Attalika Avenue, Knowledge Corridor, Koba, Gandhinagar- 382007

2. Manuscripts should be submitted in hard copies (duplicate), preferably in MS Word. The author(s) shall also necessarily  submit the Manuscript as an attachment to an email to be sent to the Editorial Board at

3. Manuscripts should be submitted in Garamond , with font size 12, line spacing 1.5’; justified, with sufficient margins of  1.5” to the left and 1.0” on all sides.

4. The author(s) is/are required to submit a covering letter containing all personal details (Name, Designation, Name of College/University/Institution, Postal Address, Phone Number and E-mail ID) in separate sheet.

5. Each Manuscript should contain:

  • Title page with full title and subtitle (if any). For the purposes of blind reviewing, full name of each author with current affiliation and full address/phone/ fax/email details plus short biographical note should be supplied on a separate document/sheet.  The Manuscript should not contain any identification of the author/s, which shall be ground for rejection of the submission.
  • Research Area: (e.g., International Relations, Law, Socio-Legal, Public Policy etc)
  • Suggested Keywords up to 10 words
  • Abstract of 100-150 words
  • Citation: End notes, but not footnotes, may be used if necessary and should be signaled by superscript numbers in the main text and listed at the end of the text before the references. The citation format to be used is Chicago Manual, 15th Edition, while for legal citation the Harvard Bluebook style of Citation, 19th Edition.
  • Tables: tables should be supplied separately from the text in Microsoft Word and their position indicated in the text. All tables should have short descriptive captions with footnotes and their source(s) typed below the tables.
  • Illustrations: all line diagrams and photographs are termed ‘Figures’ and should be referred to as such in the Manuscript. They should be numbered consecutively. Line diagrams should be presented in a form suitable for immediate reproduction (i.e. not requiring redrawing), each on a separate A4 sheet or separate file. They should be reproducible.
  • Authors are responsible for obtaining permissions from copyright holders for reproducing any illustrations, tables, figures or lengthy quotations previously published elsewhere. Permission letters must be supplied to Editorial Board.


The GJLDP accepts Manuscript for publication on a rolling base. Manuscript accepted can take up to six months or even more to be published in the Journal. Papers with immediate relevance would be considered for early publication. This is matter of editorial judgement.


Current Deadline for July Issue: 30th April, 2013

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NUJS, International Journal of Law and Policy Review’ (IJLPR): Call for Papers


The ‘International Journal of Law and Policy Review’ (IJLPR) has been established in the year 2012 under the patronage of NUJS, the University founded by Prof Madhav Menon. IJLPR is a student-run and peer-reviewed journal published (January and July) twice a year (Bi-Annual) by the School of Technology, Law and Development (STLD), NUJS.

ISSN No.:  2278 – 3156


Editorial board of the ‘International Journal of Law and Policy Review’ [ISSN (O): 2278-3156] is inviting articles / comments / book review form the legal academia for the July, 2013 issue [Vol-2, No-2]. The write up can be sent under the following category

 Special Articles:

  • Any topic relating to law and policy
  • Articles particularly preferred by the Editorial Committee
  • 9/15 articles per issue.
  • Word Limit – 6000 words (maximum)

Law of the Future:

  • Any new Bill introduced relating to law and its research
  • Word Limit – 3000 words (maximum)

Book Reviews/Comments/Letters to the Editors:

  • Any new/revised book launched relating to law and policy
  • Word Limit – 1200 words (maximum)

SEE Guidelines for Authors


The write up must reach through e-mail on or before April 30, 2013. The Next issue will be uploaded on or after July 15, 2013. For further information one may visit instructions to author web page.


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Internship Opportunity at Nuclear Law Association, New Delhi


Nuclear Law Association (NLA) has been established in  2011 at New Delhi, India. The Association is a forum for the legal community to discuss issues relating to peaceful use of nuclear energy in India. NLA aims to promote knowledge sharing and influence policy formulation through seminars, research and outreach. 
NLA is organised as a pan-India association of lawyers. NLA is registered in New Delhi as a society under the Societies Registration Act 1860 applicable to National Capital Region.

NLA seeks to engage with the following stakeholders from India and abroad:

  • legal community
  • government and policy makers 
  • industry
  • civil society, and
  • other non- governmental organization 


Working with NLA would provide an insight on nuclear law, politics and institutions. NLA is in the process of tying-up with a number of law firms, companies and research institutions across India. Selected candidates shall be placed with a particular firm, company or research institutions keeping in mind candidate’s choice and available positions. Assignments are determined according to a mix of factors, of which the intern’s level, qualification and interest coupled with the requirement of NLA at the time, are the most important.

Who can apply: Preference shall be for law students who have completed third year law degree.

Certificate: YES

Stipend: Students who are selected for internship shall be reimbursed their return ticket as per applicable rules and may be paid an honorarium. Honorarium is paid by the respective organization where the candidates are selected for internship. Rules of internship may vary as per the rules of hosting organization.


Kindly send your internship application at


Interested individuals and students are requested to contact Secretary, NLA for further information:

The Secretary
Nuclear Law Association (NLA)
M V Kini & Co.
Kini House, 6/39 Jungpura-B
New Delhi – 110 014Ph: (+91)2437-1038/39/40

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NLSIR, 6th Nani Palkhivala Foundation Taxation Law Essay Writing Competition

Organiser: National Law School of India Review (NLSIR), the flagship journal of the National Law School of India University, Bangalore.

Essay Writing Competition

National Law School of India Review in association with the Nani Palkhivala Memorial Trust has announced the release of topics for the 6th Nani Palkhivala Foundation Taxation Law Essay Competition.

Who can participate: The competition is open to current students of law in any college or university in India.


1. GAAR: Is it necessary to check tax evasion?
2. Nature and taxability of software payments under the I.T. Act.
3. The constitutional validity of repeated retrospective amendments
4. The limits of the “territorial nexus” requirement in light of Vodafone and the Finance Act, 2012.

Word limit: 3000 (inclusive of footnotes)

Deadline: 14th February, 2013.

Prize Money:

  • First Prize – Rs 6,000
  • Second Prize – Rs 4,000
  • Third Prize – Rs 2,000


  • Joint authorship is not allowed.
  • Please send the essay and author information in separate files.
  • The essay must not contain any identification of the author.
  • Plagiarism will result in disqualification.

For any further details or queries, please contact National Law School of India Review (NLSIR) at:


American Society of International Law Arthur C. Helton Fellowship


The American Society of International Law (ASIL) is now accepting applications for the Arthur C. Helton Fellowship Program, established in 2004 to “provide financial assistance in the form of “micro-grants” for law students and young professionals to pursue field work and research on significant issues involving international law, human rights, humanitarian affairs, and related areas.”


  • Fellows must undertake their fieldwork between April 2013 and September 2013 in association with an established educational institution, international organization, or non-governmental organization working in areas related to international law, human rights, and humanitarian affairs.
  • Applicants must also be sponsored or affiliated, for purposes of completing their project, in some way with an educational institution, international organization, or non-governmental organization working in international law, human rights, humanitarian affairs, or related areas.
  • Applicants should have contacted the sponsoring organization to discuss their proposal prior to applying for the Helton Fellowship.
  • The name of the sponsoring organization and contact information for its representatives must be included in the application


Completed applications will consist of the following materials:

  • Online application form, including description of intended project, career statement, and funding sources
  • Writing Sample
  • Current CV or resume
  • Confirmation of law student status and/or date of graduation from a law school
  • Two letters of recommendation/support, including one from sponsoring organization

Please read the details here

Online Application:  Applicants are asked to provide basic biographical information and brief descriptions of intended projects and career statements. Emailed or faxed applications forms will not be accepted without prior written approval. The online application should be completed before other application materials are submitted.

DEADLINE: January 7, 2013 by 11:59pm Eastern Standard Time

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Internship Opportunity at Chadha & Co.

Young law pursuing students in final year and fresh law graduates can apply for an Internship at Chadha & Co., India’s leading boutique law firm.  The firm gives an opportunity to the students to learn about corporate law, where interns work on real projects and are mentored by experienced lawyers. The internship period can range from one to three months.

To apply, send an email at or send the online registration form available at

Nirma University Law Journal: Call for Papers


The Nirma University Law Journal aims to encourage writings that are inter-disciplinary in nature expounding contemporary issues across disciplines like Sociology, Political Science, Public policy and Economics in the context of Law. The journal is a biannual publication showcasing contemporary issues and challenges specific to law with an inter-disciplinary approach towards knowledge.


SEE Editorial Policy and Submission Guidelines here

HOW TO SUBMIT: You can send your submission to

LAST DATE FOR SUBMISSION: 15th December, 2012


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The Journal of Corporate Affairs and Corporate Crimes: Call for Papers


Journal of Corporate Affairs and Corporate Crimes(“JCACC”) is an effort by the students of NALSAR University of Law to provide an efficacious platform for academicians, lawyers, law faculties, legal advisors, eminent jurists in the legal fraternity and students alike to discuss, highlight and express valid concerns over issues related to company law and corporate crimes happening across the globe.

The first edition of the Journal was released on the 17th of September, 2011. The Journal is an annual publication carried out on a roll in basis.


The Journal of Corporate Affairs and Corporate Crimes invites articles of high calibre that address contemporary theoretical and conceptual controversies  on particular aspects of company law, justice and crimes/ scams/ corporate frauds/ insider trading and other company affairs related topics.

Undergraduate and post graduate students may contribute in the form of essays, articles, notes and comments in accordance with the editorial policy.


Word Limit: The maximum word limit for articles and essays is 5,000 words (exclusive of footnotes) whereas that for notes and comments is 2,500 words (exclusive of footnotes).

Citation Format: The citation format to be used is The Bluebook (19th ed.). In keeping with the same, speaking footnotes are discouraged.

Abstract: Every submission should be accompanied by an abstract of not more than 350 words describing the relevant conclusions drawn in the manuscript. Please note that there is no requirement of prior submission of abstract as the selection of the paper for publication shall be on the full manuscript. The abstract shall serve merely to help the Editorial Board in its review process.

Biographical Information of Authors: A separate document with biographical information of the authors must also be attached including the following details: Name, E-mail address, Postal Address, Name and Address of Institution, Course (if applicable), Academic Year.

HOW TO SUBMIT: All submissions should be made electronically at submissions.jcacc

LAST DATE FOR SUBMISSION: December 15th, 2012

For other relevant details, kindly follow the link below-


Any further queries may be addressed

  • Aryaman Saxena (+91-9553450981)
  • Sagarika Sridhar (+91-9618555659)
  • Samira Varanasi (+91-9000464711)
  • Shreya Bose (+91-8978997150)


NALSAR, Journal of Corporate affairs and Corporate Crimes: Call for Papers [DEADLINE EXTENDED]


Journal of Corporate Affairs and Corporate Crimes(“JCACC”) is an effort by the students of NALSAR University of Law to invoke discussions and ventilation to thought provoking ideas on legal issues pertaining to corporate law and corporate crimes by legal scholars, jurists and students across the globe.

The Journal is also the first of its kind initiative for focusing issues involving corporate crimes. The first edition of the Journal was released on the 17th of September, 2011. The Journal is an annual publication carried out on a roll in basis.


The Journal invites articles of high calibre that address contemporary theoretical and conceptual controversies  on particular aspects of company law, justice and crimes/ scams/ corporate frauds/ insider trading and other company affairs related topics.

Undergraduate and post graduate students may contribute in the form of essays, articles, notes and comments in accordance with the editorial policy.


Articles (4000-5000 words)

An article must conduct a complete analysis of the area of law, which the author seeks to highlight. It must contain a comprehensive study of the existing law, indicating the lacunae therein, and must contain an attempt to suggest possible changes which can address the said lacunae.

Essays (3000-5000 words)

An essay is more adventurous as it challenges challenging existing paradigms/norms and provides a fresh outlook to common problems. It is strongly recommended that essays be considerably more concise than articles, in terms of scope and conceptualization.

Notes (2500 words, maximum)

A note is a relatively concise form of an argument advanced by the author. The focus of a note should be on a relatively new debate or controversy regarding the interpretation or implementation in the law. Notes shall primarily highlight contemporary issues, which need to be addressed, and the authors are expected to offer a solution.

Comments (2500 words, maximum)

A comment is where the author may decide to critique any recent/landmark judicial pronouncement or any recent legislation or bill before the Parliament or State Legislature.


  • The citation format must follow The Bluebook (19th ed.). In keeping with the same, speaking footnotes are discouraged.
  • A separate document with biographical information of the authors must also be attached including the following details: Name, E-mail address, Postal Address, Name and Address of Institution, Course (if applicable), Academic Year.


Every submission should be accompanied by an abstract of not more than 350 words describing the relevant conclusions drawn in the manuscript. There is no requirement of prior submission of abstract as the selection of the paper for publication shall be on the full manuscript.

All submissions should be made electronically at submissions.jcacc


For anti-plagiarism guidelines and more detail, see Call for Papers for the JCACC. Any further queries may be addressed to

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