Submission Guidelines

Co-authorship:  Co-authorship of up to two writers is permitted for each article.

Word Limit: Each article should be no more than  500 to 1000 words long. 

Text Formatting Guidelines: Articles must be typed in Microsoft Word (or an equivalent format).

Font Style: Arial, Font Size: 12, Line Spacing: 1.5 

Theme of Blog Posts:

  • Pieces on political or current events 
  • Analysis of contemporary legal or policy issues
  • Socio-economic, gender, human rights and cultural issues
  • Analysis of judgments and court orders 
  • Discussions on mental health
  • Reviews of movies, TV shows, and books that are ideally related to legal or human rights issues.
  • Poetry, art and visual work

References:  All relevant sources of the information/date mentioned in the article must be acknowledged and hyperlinked in the submission's text. The authors may add footnotes, if necessary.

Plagiarism Policy: Submissions should reflect original, unpublished work. The submission may be put through a plagiarism test to check the similarity level and duplicity in the article.

Name and Affiliation: A brief description of the Author(s), including full name, affiliation, and email address, should be on the first page, preferably in no more than two sentences.

Review Process and Feedback: All the submissions will go through a review. The review process of each manuscript may take up to 10 days, though the Board of Editors shall endeavour to respond back to the author(s) within a week.

To submit a post for consideration, please fill out the Google Form which can be accessed by clicking here.

Important Guidelines:

  • Authors should seek the permission of the editors prior to cross-posting on a personal blog.
  • The language of the content must not be over-technical. If the maxims or un-common legal terms are used, it is advisable to insert a speaking footnote to explain the same.
  • The content must not reflect any religious/political biases.
  • A balance needs to be there while analyzing a policy.