All submissions will be judged on the basis of the following core elements. The Law Review reserves the right to reject any article, if found to be in violation of said guidelines. Please note that these guidelines are general in nature and additional issue-specific guidelines may be provided in the call for papers of each individual issue.
- Contemporary Relevance
Authors are encouraged to select topics of contemporary relevance in their academic submissions, the analyses of which should encompass all the recent developments in the area including the latest case laws, legislation, academic discussions etc.
- Contribution to Field
One of the primary purposes of this review is to help students develop their own legal acumen and hence the entries would be judged on how the author has been able to contribute to the already existing body of knowledge in the particular field of law he/she seeks to address.
- Clarity and Logic in Analysis
The flow of the content must be in the most logical manner and the thoughts should be conveyed with utmost clarity without any repetitions and circular arguments. Emphasis would be given to the structure of the manuscript and ability of the author to strengthen his substance and tone through systematic presentation.
The language should be easy to understand but not too simplistic. There should be appropriate usage of legal terminology. Grammatical and syntax errors should be avoided.
- Methodology of Research
All authors must prefer a certain research methodology and outline the process for the same. The manuscript should strictly adhere to the citation and style guidelines provided. Any discrepancy in terms of cited references would also lead to disqualification.
All submissions must be the original work of the author and no plagiarism will be tolerated. The peer-review panel subjects each article to a stringent plagiarism check, any entry failing such test would be disqualified and rejected immediately. Extra emphasis will be given to novel ideas and arguments put forward by the author.
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