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JILS - Call for Papers

JILS - Call for Papers

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Published by: Raghul Sudheesh on Oct 25, 2011
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 J
OURNAL
 
of 
I
NDIAN
L
 AW
 
S
OCIETY 
 
C
 ALL
 
 for 
P
 APERS
 J
OURNAL
 
OF
I
NDIAN
L
 AW
& S
OCIETY 
(JILS)
is currently soliciting submissions for its thirdissue due in February, 2012
.
 
 The deadline for submissions is 15
th
November, 2011.Submissions should be mailed at
 
 JILS
is a bi-annual, peer-reviewed and student-edited journal on law and society, based atand published from The National University of Juridical Sciences, Kolkata. The Journalsolicits articles, notes and comments covering judicial decisions, legislative developments,empirical research on Indian legal system, public policy studies and theoretical analysis fromrelated fields of inquiry. JILS seeks to influence the body of law to make it more responsiveto and compatible with the desired societal goals.
N
 ATURE
O
F
S
UBMISSIONS
 
 A. Articles (8000-10000 words, inclusive of footnotes) 
Submissions in this category should provide a comprehensive analysis of a particular issue inthe law and society domain. It should review the existing literature extensively and alsohighlight the specific contemporary developments in the issue being discussed. The authorsare encouraged to discuss the challenges surrounding the issue and to suggest changes toovercome the same.
B. Notes (5000-8000 words, inclusive of footnotes) 
 This category is suited for writings on specific themes and submissions dealing withcontemporary issues are preferred.
 C. Book Reviews (2000-2500 words, inclusive of footnotes) 
 Authors are encouraged to review a book that offers a unique perspective on any issueaffecting Indian society and the legal implications it has. It is recommended that the book chosen is a recent publication (within the last two years) in keeping with the contemporary focus of the Journal.
D. Essays (3000-5000 words, inclusive of footnotes) 
Submissions in this category should provide a concise overview of a specific issue. New ideasand perspectives are encouraged under this category. The author can dispense with anextensive review of the existing literature.

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