International Journal of Legal Insight is a blind peer reviewed quarterly publication which focuses on all aspects of Law and a multiple variety of disciplines ranging from Articles, Notes & Comments and Legislative Briefs on contemporary issues related to the fields of economics, social and legal sciences from Students, Research Scholars, Academicians and other Professionals to all other types and forms of academic writings.
Network for International Law Students (NILS) Delhi: NILS Delhi Chapter is one of the many local Chapters of NILS India which is an international, independent, non-political, non-profit organisation, run by and for law students. NILS Delhi seeks to promote legal awareness, communication, and cooperation to publicize education and career opportunities for law students nationally. IJLI is delighted to announce its Issue 2 of Volume I in collaboration with NILS Delhi Chapter which is to be published in November, 2016. The deadline for submission of manuscripts for the forthcoming issue is November 25, 2016.
Contribution Guidelines: Author(s) may submit under any of the following categories:
1. Articles (4000 to 6000 words) – An article must completely analyse the issue that the author seeks to highlight. We intend to incorporate critical analysis and original assertions on the said issue.
2. Notes (2500 to 4000 words) – A note should include condensed study in the contemporary legal issue. The nature of the writing should preferably include descriptive analysis and informed comments on any new ideas and perspectives.
3. Case Commentaries (1000 to 3000 words) – A Case comment should include interpretation of any landmark judicial pronouncement in any contemporary legal issue.
4. Legislative Briefs (1000 to 2500 words) – A Legislative brief seek to determine the implication of any existing or proposed Indian legislation (both Central/State). One can also focus on any specific section/s or present an overview of the legislation.
All the word limits mentioned above are inclusive of footnotes. Please note that the word limits will be strictly enforced.
Theme: While there are no rigid thematic constraints, we expect contributions to be largely within the rubric of legal studies and allied interdisciplinary scholarship.
Submissions must be made via e-mail to Editor-in-Chief of IJLI at firstname.lastname@example.org
The subject of the e-mail should be Submission_Articles/Notes/Case Commentaries/Legislative Briefs.