SCLHR invites blog submissions on a rolling basis from students, researchers, academicians and legal practitioners. Blog Invitation To encourage discussion and research on Constitutional Law and Human Rights, SCLHR invites submissions on a rolling basis from students, researchers, academicians and legal practitioners. Theme SCLHR welcomes all the submissions having a nexus with contemporary issues on Constitutional Law and… Read More »

SCLHR invites blog submissions on a rolling basis from students, researchers, academicians and legal practitioners. Blog Invitation To encourage discussion and research on Constitutional Law and Human Rights, SCLHR invites submissions on a rolling basis from students, researchers, academicians and legal practitioners. Theme SCLHR welcomes all the submissions having a nexus with contemporary issues on Constitutional Law and Human Rights including legislative analysis, analysis of...

SCLHR invites blog submissions on a rolling basis from students, researchers, academicians and legal practitioners.

Blog Invitation

To encourage discussion and research on Constitutional Law and Human Rights, SCLHR invites submissions on a rolling basis from students, researchers, academicians and legal practitioners.

Theme

SCLHR welcomes all the submissions having a nexus with contemporary issues on Constitutional Law and Human Rights including legislative analysis, analysis of recent judgments and its comparative analysis with other legal jurisdictions and Constitutional frameworks.

Submission Guidelines

  • The submission must be an original and unpublished work. Submissions having more than 15% plagiarism will be rejected.
  • The content should be free from all grammatical and spelling errors.

The body of the content must be in the following format:

  • Font Style: ‘Times New Roman’,
  • Font Size: 12
  • Line Spacing: 1.5
  • Alignment: Justified
  1. Word limit – 1200 to 1800 words (including footnotes).
  2. Co-authorship of a maximum of 1 person is permitted.
  3. The manuscript should not contain the name of the student, course/batch, year of study, contact number and email ID.
  4. Hyperlinks are encouraged as opposed to endnotes. However, if the article contains a source that cannot be linked, please use Bluebook 21st edition as the citation style in the endnotes.

The endnotes must be in the following format:

  • Font Style: ‘Times New Roman’
  • Font size: 10
  • Line Spacing: 1.0
  • Alignment: Justified
  1. Submissions will be screened for plagiarism and the Editorial Team of the SCLHR reserves the right to edit author(s) work including grammar, spelling, and formatting and also to delete part(s) which could make the work more appealing.
  2. Submissions must be made in (.doc/.docx) formats only.
  3. Authors should name the file as “SCLHR Blog_Title”.

General information | Blog Submissions

  • The SCLHR is accepting submissions on a rolling basis.
  • Upon submission, every manuscript will undergo two internal reviews by the SCLHR Editorial team.
  • SCLHR will exercise absolute discretion in accepting any submission.
  • The status of publication/rejection will be intimated to the author(s) within 7-10 days from the date of receipt of the submission.

Submission procedure

All submissions must be made here Click here to Submit.

Contact

Email – [email protected]

Shreshth Srivastava, Secretary (Research and Documentation):+91-72757 30345

Reported By- Gautam Kumar | Founder & Advisor, SCLHR


About SCLHR

Society for Constitutional Law & Human Rights (SCLHR), established on 15th August 2018 under UPES School of Law, Dehradun, is a student-driven forum dedicated to promote research; to increase students’ ability to interpret the law according to the changing situation; spread awareness of issues dealing with Comparative Constitutional Law & Human Rights; to make the Constitution and Human Rights, a subject matter to read, explore, discuss, debate, and deliberate upon by the students beyond the classroom. Over the past years, the society has conducted several events, competitions, panel discussions and lectures by eminent law scholars on various contemporary topics related to Constitutional Law and Human Rights.

SCLHR Blog aims to further enhance the objective of society by emboldening research in the field of constitutional law and human rights.


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