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Jus Corpus is a double-blind peer-reviewed E-Journal that provides a platform to students, academicians, scholars, professors & professionals in the fields of law and management to publish their Articles, Blogs, Case Comments, Research Papers, etc. in the different volumes and Blog section.

Jus Corpus aims to bring various aspects and chains of Law under a single umbrella and provide services to the Law students. The inspiration was derived from the ever-growing need of the Law Students. We offer Online Internship opportunities to Law Students as Law Researchers, Case Analysts, Content Writers, Campus Ambassadors, and Editors, etc.


Jus Corpus Law Journal is offering publication in Volume 1 Issue 4. We invite all professors, scholars, academicians, students, and all researchers at large for publishing papers in the field of law, management, humanities, and social sciences.

All avid researchers are requested to please send in their unpublished original manuscripts to


Jus Corpus is an open-access journal and invites manuscripts on any theme related to law.


  • CASE COMMENTS: A case comment allows the author to critique any recent/landmark judicial pronouncement, legislation, or a pending bill. The word limits for a case comment is 1,500-2,500 words.
  • SHORT ARTICLES: An essay challenges existing paradigms/norms and provides a fresh outlook to common problems. It is strongly recommended that essays be considerably more concise than articles, in terms of scope and conceptualization. A short article must thus ideally be between 2,000-4,000 words.
  • LONG ARTICLES: An article must comprehensively analyze the issue that the author seeks to highlight. It must contain a rigorous study of the status quo or a contemporary issue in any area of Law. A long article should be between 4,000-10,000 words.
  • BOOK REVIEWS: The book review must be written in a concise manner. The word limit for book review is 1000-2,000 words.

1. The word limit is exclusive of footnotes. However, looking at the quality and depth of research, relaxation may be given and the word limit may vary.
2. The Subject of the E-mail should be titled “Article Submission (Vol. 1 Issue 4)”.

3. Depending upon the Submission, the Subject can be Case Comment, Book Review, Short Article or Long Article.

The Volume & Issue may vary from time to time. Kindly mention the correct details.

4. The Short or Long article must contain an Abstract of 150-300 words with 3-7 Keywords.


Entries from scholars including students pursuing Bachelors or Masters Course in Law would be accepted.


The OSCOLA (Oxford University Standard for the Citation of Legal Authorities) citation method must be followed.

Refer the link for Citation Guide: OSCOLA

The Times New Roman Font with Font size 12 and Line spacing of 1.5 is prescribed for all entries. Further, the footnotes shall be in Times New Roman Font with Font size 10 and Line spacing of 1.0 shall be followed respectively.

  • A separate document containing the biographical information of the authors, including the following details: Name, E-mail address, Name and Address of Institution, Course, Contact number and Academic Year. No reference to the name or the affiliations of the author(s) must be present in the text of the submission and must only be provided in a separate document.
  • Co-authorship is allowed, to a maximum of three authors.
  • The abstract should be written in the Manuscript. Please note that there is no requirement of prior submission of the abstract, as papers are selected for publication only on the basis of the full manuscript.
  • All the submissions send to us must be original and attached with a declaration of originality. Submissions should not have been published nor should they be under consideration for publication in any other journal.
  • Plagiarism up to 10% is allowed.
  • The Editors reserve the right to delete or edit any article or part thereof whose content is found to be offensive, defamatory, out-rightly unethical, or if it is suggestive of racism, sexual or religious discrimination, illegal or terror activities, etc.
  • Manuscript Reviewing Fee will be discussed on email.

The subject line must read “Submission for Publication”.

Manuscript Reviewing Fee depends upon your Submission, the fee can be reduced or waived off after the review of the Manuscript.


A soft copy of the certificate will be provided after successful publication.


Submissions on Rolling Basis.


Queries may be directed to with ‘Query’ in the subject line.


The Indian Arbitration Law Review is now inviting submissions for Volume 4.

The Indian Arbitration Law Review is now inviting submissions for Volume 4. Submissions can be made at by 11:59 pm, 31st August, 2021.
The IALR is an annual peer-reviewed journal published by the students of National Law Institute University, Bhopal and is supported by L&L Partners Law Offices.
To discover more about the journal, submission guidelines and other information, do access our call for papers at the link given below:

Vidhik Movement is offering publication for unique and unpublished research papers and articles in [Volume 1 Issue 1]

Vidhik Movement is offering publication for unique and unpublished research papers and articles in [Volume 1 Issue 1]. We invite all professors, scholars, academicians, students at large for publishing papers in field of cyber law, cyber security and cyber forensics

Click on the link given below to get all the details:

CALL FOR PAPERS BY Jus Corpus Law Journal 

CALL FOR PAPERS BY Jus Corpus Law Journal WITH ISSN: 2582-7820 (INDEXED AT #HeinOnline , #J-GATE & 20 Other Places)

Jus Corpus is an open-access journal and invites manuscripts on any theme related to law.

Entries from scholars including students pursuing Bachelors or Masters Course in law and any other allied discipline of Social Science, Humanities and Management would be accepted.

Entries are to be sent to our Official Email Address:

A separate document containing the biographical information of the authors, including the following details: Name, E-mail address, Name and Address of Institution, Course, and Academic Year. No reference to the name or the affiliations of the author(s) must be present in the text of the submission and must only be provided in a separate document.
Co-authorship is allowed, to a maximum of three authors.
The abstract should be written in the Manuscript. Please note that there is no requirement of prior submission of the abstract, as papers are selected for publication only on the basis of the full manuscript.




Cyberlaws.Net & Pavan Duggal Associates, Advocates, Supreme Court of India

Research papers were invited from Scholars, Researchers, Practitioners, Academicians, Lawyers, Professionals and Students on any of the issues related to the list of topics covered in the International Conference on Cyberlaw, Cybercrime & Cybersecurity 2021, as mentioned below:-

  1. Cyberlaw Jurisprudential Trends And Challenges
  2. Golden Age Of Cybercrimes – Salient Aspects And Challenges
  3. Why Cyber Security Assumes More Significance In Covid-19 Era?
  4. Splinternet And Connected Issues
  5. Increasing Internet Shutdowns And Digital Liberties
  6. Advances In AI And Connected Jurisprudence
  7. Cyber Security And Vaccine Supply Chains
  8. Critical Information Infrastructure Attacks And Connected Approaches
  9. New Advances In Cyber Security And Connected Aspects
  10. Data Protection During Covid-19 And Beyond
  11. Medical And Health Data In Pandemic – Connected Challenges
  12. Internet Shutdowns – Issues And Challenges
  13. Ethics And Artificial Intelligence
  14. Evaporating Privacy In Digital Ecosystem
  15. Online Education, Pandemic And Challenges
  16. Banking, Financial Services And Insurance (BFSI), Health & Government – Sectors Under Constant Cyber Attacks
  17. Cyber Attacks And Cyber Sovereignty
  18. Evolving Principles And Best Practices Of Cyber Resilience
  19. Data Economy During Covid-19 And Beyond
  20. New Evolving Trends On Darknet
  21. Mobile Apps, Apps Ecosystem And Connected Challenges
  22. Blocking Of Content And Counter-Responses
  23. Artificial Intelligence In Judicial And Governmental Ecosystems
  24. Phishing, Identity Theft And Fraud – Trinity Of New Cybercrimes
  25. Ransomware And Cybercrime-As-A-Service
  26. Cyberspace Norms And Connected Developments
  27. Outerspace, Cyberspace And Related Challenges
  28. Big Data Issues In Today’s Times And Individual Rights
  29. Securing Internet Of Things And Connected Challenges
  30. Corporate Cyber Best Practices
  31. Reviewing Intermediary Liability During Covid-19 And Beyond
  32. Searching For Cyber Peace In Transient Times
  33. Machine Learning & Artificial Intelligence – Emerging Issues And Challenges
  34. Cyber Safety Norms And Developments
  35. Cryptocurrencies – Regulatory, Legal And Technical Issues & Challenges
  36. Use Of Blockchains In Corporate Sector – Issues & Challenges
  37. Regulating Cybercrime – Ever Expanding Landscape
  38. Cooperation Amongst Law Enforcement Agencies On Cybercrimes And Cyber Security
  39. Cyberspace Diplomacy & New Trends
  40. Right To Be Forgotten Online And Protecting Your Reputation
  41. International Cooperation And Information Exchange On Cybercrimes
  42. National Policies On Cyber Security And Artificial Intelligence And Their Impact
  43. Indian Approach On Cyberspace – Gaps And Way Forward
  44. Fake News In Cyberspace, Deep Fakes And Need For Regulation
  45. Attribution And Internet Jurisdiction – Practical Challenges
  46. Electronic Evidence, Law And New Developments In India
  47. International Cyberspace – Peace And Cooperation
  48. Encryption Approaches – Need For New Technical And Regulatory Directions
  49. Data Breach Notifications And Corporate Liability
  50. 5G, Cyberspace And New Challenges
  51. Social Media Crimes – Issues & Challenges
  52. Online Free Speech And Increasing Restrictions
  53. Enjoyment Of Digital Liberties
  54. Monitoring, Decryption And Surveillance In The Online Ecosystem
  55. Digital Marketing – Issues And Challenges In Today’s Times


Pavan Duggal Associates, Advocates

S-307, Lower Ground Floor, Greater Kailash Part-1,


LINK- Prem Kumar Duggal Call For Papers (

Call for chapters for the Edited Book “ Facets of  Media Laws  & Intellectual Property Rights in Current Scenario”.

Abstract Submission: 15 April 2021

About the Book

Intellectual Property Rights is the area of law which is always in the spotlight. Media plays a vital role in transforming the youth of today. This book will cover current perspective of Media Laws and Intersection of Intellectual Property with media laws focussing on Piracy issues, celebrity rights, Infringement Issues and technological aspect and relation between them. Intellectual property (IP) contributes enormously to our national and state economies. Intellectual Property Rights Encourage Innovation and Reward Entrepreneurs.This book will ensure to cover all about requirement of media and glimpse of Intellectual property covering trademark, patent,copyright, tradesecret, G.I .

About the EditorMs. Tripti Bhushan is serving as Academic Tutor and  Teaching & Research for Intellectual Pursuit (TRIP) Fellow at O.P Jindal Global Law School.She has pursued her LLM in Intellectual Property Rights from Hidayatullah National Law University ,Raipur with Distinction.She is also the recipient of ‘Emerging Scientist Award in the field of Law In year 2020  for her spectacular contribution in field of Research .She has also worked as an Assistant Professor Law at Kalinga University .Raipur.

She is also the Advisory Board Member of International Centre for Intellectual Property Laws(IC-IPL).She is also appointed as Ambassador, National Point of Contact at IASL(Indian Academy of Space Law) from India.She has also been Invited as a Jury member to judge the First National Justice Dipak Misra Moot Court Competition & also to judge the First I-Win-IP National I.P.R Moot Court in collaboration with Centre of IPR & Patent Facilitation & University of Osmania.Earlier she has also worked with  The National T.V as Content Writer & Nexus Legal Associates.

She has also completed various National & International Courses from W.I.P.O, CISCO Networking Academy, Dr.Ram Manohar Lohiya National Law University,Lucknow, She has also completed Professional Development Program from University of Buraimi. She has been invited as a Resource Person for delivering lectures/Sessions at various Organisations, one of them is ” Asiatic International Business Academy’,Legal Desire Summit,Path Lexis. She is also selected & completed ADB Regional Capacity Development Technical Assistance Strengthening the Capacity for Environmental & climate change laws in Asia & the Pacific India “Train-The -Trainers Program” conducted by the Asian Development Bank, The Gujarat National Law University(Centre for Environmental law , Sustainable development & climate change, The Jawaharlal Nehru University,Centre for study of law & Governance).

She has attended various International/National Conferences at NALSAR University of Law, Hyderabad, International Conference on Environmental Law at Gujarat National Law University, Gandhinagar , International Trade & I.P.R Conference by Intellectual Society of Entrepreneurship & Research Development(ISERD India).She has various Research Publication in Reputed Journals & Articles to her credit as “Journal of Intellectual Property Rights, International Education & Research Journal. She has authored articles/papers in areas focussing I.P.R, Cyber Law, Criminal Law, Media Law, Maritime & International Law. Her Research interests include themes like Intellectual Property Rights, Cyber Law, International & Human Rights, Media Law, Criminal law ,Arbitration.

Themes for the Book:-

1.Glimpse of Intellectual Property Rights

2. Understanding the Balance of Traditional IP Rights and Open Access Initiatives

3.The Fundamentals of Licensing

4.Introduction to Copyright & Software Piracy

5.Intersection of I.P.R  and Media

6.Outlook of Social Media & Internet

7.Protection of IP in the Social Media Era

8.Current trends in Media and Entertainment sectors

9.Data Privacy and Security issues

10.Mass Communication laws in different countries

11.Influence of Internet on Digital Media and its development

12.Media, Politics & Public Relations

13.The styles and types of media Platforms

14.Growing youtube channel and vloggers quality content Vs competition

15.Overview of Privacy Rights of celebrities

16. Censoring Media Content – . Does it stop negative influence or Controls the minds of the people?

17. Modern media and culture – An analysis of social media used in different cultures.

18. Youth, technology, and media – Moving towards a cultural shift

19. Media piracy: Legal vs illegal use

20. Media in the digital age – How has it changed from traditional media.

21.Freedom of speech and its impact on Media

22. The Law on the Facilitation of Online Copyright Infringement.

23.Historical background of Trademark and its types

24.Copyright and its Infringement Procedure

25.Software Patenting vs Free and Open Source Software.

26.Entertainment Industry and Copyright

27. Advertisement, Branding & Trademark Registration in India.

Submission Guidelines For Authors   :-

Eligibility: The submissions are welcome from academicians, students, professionals as well as anyone having a deep interest in the subject.

Word Limit:- The chapter may be between 2000 to 3500 words including footnotes.

Author’s Details:-Details about the author(s), including qualifications and institutional affiliations, if any , are to be mentioned in the covering letter.

Plagrism:Only original and un-plagrised work needs to be submitted.The plagrism level must be less than 10 %.

Abstract: The chapter must be accompanied by an abstract of 200-300 words.

Citation: A Uniform mode of citation i..e Harvard Bluebook 20th  edition must be followed throughout the work.

Font Details:Times New Roman, Size 12, Line Spacing 1, Justified.

Review: The submissions received would be reviewed by the panel of Expert Editors to determine whether the subject matter is within the scope of the topic and assess the quality of the manuscript.

Publication:The Book will be published by the publisher of repute with ISBN No.

All rights about the selection of paper are reserved with the Editor.

Submission: All submissions are to be made via e-mail as MS word documents at :

Important Dates:

Submission of abstract:15 April 2021

Communication of Acceptance of Abstract: 18 April 2021

Submission of full chapter :2 May 2021

Communications of suggestions for amendments, if any, in the full chapter: 10 May 2021

Final Submission of full chapters, after incorporation of suggested amendments: 20 May 2021.

Publication of the Book: June 2021

Publication charges -Rs 1000/( inclusive of free 1 hard copy of the book with postal charges included ).

Contact Details:

Ms.Tripti Bhushan

Academic Tutor & TRIP Fellow

O.P Jindal Global Law School


Visiting faculty at I.A.S.L Russia

Recipient of International Award

Contact No:7388629584

Payment details-

Account NO-32469531872


BANK –State bank of India



In its 33rd year now, the NLSIR holds the distinction of being the first Indian student-run law journal to be cited by the Supreme Court of India, most recently in Justice K.S. Puttaswamy v. Union of India, which declared the right to privacy as a fundamental right under the Indian Constitution. NLSIR Online, the online forum of the Journal, seeks to provide incisive, accessible, and inclusive legal scholarship on issues at the forefront of contemporary legal discourse.

  1. Area: The submission should deal with a relevant or topical issue concerning any contemporary legal developments, including recent judgments and legislative changes, with relevance to India. In addition to this, responses to articles published in the previous volumes of the NLSIR may also be published.
  2. Originality:
    • Only original content developed by the author(s) will be accepted.
    • Authors must ensure that their chosen theme/arguments have not already been substantially covered in past articles. Such submissions will be rejected without review. However, this does not apply to responses/contrary opinions/different perspectives to existing content.
    • We shall host only those pieces, that have not been in circulation previously, either in print or online
  3. Word Limit: The submission should be between 1500-3000 words. This stipulation is flexible at Editor’s discretion in exceptional cases.
  4. Hyperlinks: References must be in the form of hyperlinks, linked to keywords and phrases in the body of the submission. Footnotes should only be used where necessary.
  5. Declaration: The authors must also include a declaration as to the bonafides of their submission. A sample declaration to that effect can be: “I confirm this is my original work in entirety.” 
  6. Acceptance: Submissions may be accepted/rejected based solely on the discretion of the Editorial Board. The Editorial Board will evaluate submissions on the basis of criteria including but not limited to originality, argumentation, language, structure and analysis. Purely descriptive pieces are discouraged. Editors shall compare submissions with existing literature available elsewhere to assess novelty. Furthermore, the Editorial Board reserves the right to reject a piece at any stage, if it is noticed that these criteria are not duly met.
  7. Timelines:
    • The Editorial Board will take around 10-15 days to respond to submissions.
    • Please note that our editors will directly respond with the verdict to each submission, as per the stipulated timeline. Due to our volume of submissions, we do not follow the policy of sending formal acknowledgements of receipt.
    • In case of articles on very recent developments which may lose novelty or relevance within days, authors may request an expedited review by adding the words “Expedited” in the subject line. Such articles shall be reviewed within 3 days.  Such exception shall be granted solely on the discretion of the Editorial Board, otherwise, the submission will be relegated to the normal review cycle.
  8. Submission Process:
    • Submissions must be emailed to in the form of a word document. The subject of the email should be ‘Submission – NLSIR Online’.
    • The body of the email must contain succinct biographical information of the author(s) and the name of the institution that they are affiliated to. Submissions are welcomed from students, academicians and practitioners alike.
  9. Deadline: We will be accepting submissions for the NLSIR Online on a rolling basis. Please write to us for any queries at

Once posted on NLSIR, a submission may be cross-posted on other platforms. The cross-post must carry the words ‘First posted on National Law School of India Review’, with a link to the NLSIR post.

Call for Papers | National Law School Journal 2020-21

I. About National Law School Journal (NLSJ)

The National Law School Journal (NLSJ) is the flagship journal of NLSIU and it is one of the earliest legal journals to be published in India under the leadership of the founding Director Padma Bhushan Prof. (Dr.) Madhava Menon.  The year 2019 was of immense significance to the Journal as it marked the completion of 20 years of NLSJ.

II. Timeline for submission

Deadline for submission is 31st March, 2021.

III. Summary of our submission guidelines

The National Law School Journal seeks pieces authored by practitioners, academicians and researchers. This implies that those enrolled in research degrees (e.g. M. Phil, PhD. and comparable programmes) are welcome to contribute. However, we will not be accepting submissions from students who are presently enrolled in taught programmes.

Theme: Law Poverty and Development

Word Limit

  • Articles and Research Papers with abstract (8,000-12,000 words).
  • Shorter essays (3,000-5,000 words).
  • Comments on Judicial Decisions, Legislative Briefs (3,000-5,000 words inclusive of footnotes).
  • Book Review (2,000-3,000 words).

While there are no rigid thematic constraints, we expect contributions to be largely within the rubric of legal studies and allied interdisciplinary scholarship.

IV. How do I submit?

The submission may be e-mailed to (preferably in MS Word format) along with a covering letter addressed to Dr. Yashomati Ghosh (Chief Editor, National Law School Journal, 2020-21). The covering letter should include the author’s contact information and a short abstract that outlines the main questions or themes addressed in the paper.

V. Peer review

All submissions will go through an initial round of review by the editorial board and the selected pieces will subsequently be sent for peer-review before finalisation for publication. We encourage potential contributors to adhere to the OSCOLA for citation style. All queries may be directed to the above-mentioned e-mail address.

LINK- Call for Papers | National Law School Journal 2020-21 – National Law School of India University (

Invitation for papers from scholars who are interested in critical international law scholarship on development aid

Asia blogs is organizing a Symposium on ‘Development Aid: Charity, or an Oppressive Tool of Inequality?’. This Symposium invites papers from scholars who are interested in critical international law scholarship on development aid, with the ultimate goal of finding reformative solutions that will ensure self-reliance of the Global South. For more information please visit

Call for Articles & Blogs: Libertatem Magazine invites blogs on Law, Politics or Economics, No Fees, e-Publication Certificate, Submissions on Rolling Basis

Libertatem Magazine invites articles for its upcoming issue with a view to showcase the power of the pen and spread wisdom and awareness with the help of amazing articles that would completely change the way a person looks up to the law in this country. 

We at Libertatem, always strive to provide its reader community a digest having detailed informative articles on all the events witnessed by the people of this country. We strongly feel that the voice of common people should reach the public at large and should not be left unheard. We believe that because we are a part of the world’s largest democracy, everyone should have a right to speak their heart out and here we are, providing a platform to let you express your thoughts on every pressing national and international issue. 

Hence, here we are, inviting contribution towards Libertatem Magazine in the form of Articles or Blogs.

Interested Authors shall submit their article or blog as per the below-mentioned guidelines.

ISSN Declaration & Certification

Libertatem Magazine bears an ISSN 2395-4418 for its Digital Edition from ISSN Indian Office vide letter number NSL/ISSN/INF/2015/863 and at the same time, it also bears another ISSN 2395-6070 for its Print Edition that is allotted vide letter number NSL/ISSN/INF/2015/1029.- Advertisement –

e-Certificate of Publication will be shared after the publication of your work.   

Who can submit?

We are inviting submissions from:

  • Students (Law/ Economics/ Political Studies)
  • Professors/ Academicians (Law/ Economics/ Political Studies)
  • Practising Advocates/ Law Firm Associates
  • CAs/ CSs and other finance professionals

Themes for Submissions

Libertatem is a news organization and hence we are inviting Articles/ Blogs/ Case Comments only on recent developments. The article should not be based on any old topics. Please submit your work only on current developments. There is no restriction based on any specific subject or area of research. 

You are free to choose your own topic on Law/ Economics/ Politics. 

In case you wish to submit a project/ article/ case comment etc on any particular law theme which is not a recent development, you can submit that too but the same will be published in the Law Notes Division. e-Certificate will be issued in this case as well.

General Submission Guidelines

  • Co-Authorship is allowed to a maximum of two authors.
  • Make sure your sentences are not longer than 20 words.
  • Divide your topic into a proper subheading.
  • Use short paragraphs. Keep in mind that each paragraph carries one idea, avoid dragging sentences and paragraphs to make it look like one big chunk of information. 
  • Do not use difficult words. Instead, use simple words. Refrain from over-complicating the language with multiple words
  • Use free tools such as Grammarly to make sure there are no spelling and grammatical mistakes.
  • Please refer to the sources as hyperlinks in the body of the text. In keeping with the informal style of the blog and web publishing, it is mandatory for you to refrain from using footnotes and use hyperlinks instead.
  • Submission of the draft post must be in the MS-Word format (.doc/.docx).
  • Submissions are accepted on a rolling basis.


The submission must be the Original Work of the Author. No Plagiarism is allowed. Exceptions for plagiarism is Judgement Text, Quotes from Judges or any statement. 

Word Limit & Referencing

  • Although we do not have a strict minimum word policy, we prefer blog posts that are a minimum of 800 words. The maximum word limit is 1,500 words.
  • The submission should not have any Footnotes if there is a need to cite from the Internet, hyperlink it in the Text itself. Hyperlinks are like this.

Submission Procedure

All submission should be made via the Submission Portal here – 

Publication Fees

There is no submission/ publication fee.

Certificate of Publication

An e-certificate of a publication bearing ISSN Number will be issued upon the successful publication of the blog. Publication on the website may take around 5-7 days depending on the blog and the editing involved. Once your submission is published, you can expect the certificates to be uploaded here. You can download your certificate from the given link. 

Grounds for Rejection of your work

  • In case we find plagiarism, your work will be either rejected or sent back to you. This decision depends on the Editor. If you want to check for plagiarism yourself before submission, you can use some free plagiarism checker tools available online such as Duplichecker or Small SEO Tools Plagiarism Checker which are freely available. 
  • Libertatem’s Editorial Team reserves the right to reject your submission or send the submission back to you for correction. In case the Editorial Team decides to send the submission back for corrections, you will have a maximum of 24 hours to send the revised work to the editor. 
  • Poor English or too many grammatical mistakes will also lead to rejection if you are not able to send a revised error-free version instantly. Same applies to the issue of poor sentence structure.
  • Libertatem’s Editorial Team reserves the right to reject the submission on any other ground not mentioned in this document.

Contact Details of Editorial Board Members

Ajay Raj: +91 7017108290

Ayush Menon: +91 7012717564


Submission Portal: 

Website Link: