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The Journal and  Publication Society of School of Law, CHRIST (Deemed to be University) invites submissions for the 21st issue (Vol.11, No.2) of the Christ University Law Journal (Jul-Dec 2022). Christ University Law Journal (CULJ) is a biannual, peer-reviewed journal. We look forward to submissions from members of the Bar, Bench, and Academia. Submissions can be in the form of research articles, case comments (2020 or 2021), and book reviews (2022 publication).

GUIDELINES FOR SUBMISSION

1. The word limit for submissions is as follows: 
Research articles - 5000-6000 words or more
Case Comment( latest ones)- 1500-2000 words
Book reviews (foreign authors, 2020 publication, in the respective area of law) 
2. The research articles must also include an abstract of not more than 175-200 words,  along with 5 relevant keywords. 
3. All submissions must be sent to culj@christuniversity.in and must be attached with a cover letter stating the name of the authors, (only one co-author) occupation/designation, the title of the submission, mobile number and contact address for future reference. 
4. All submissions should be in 1.5 line spacing, font size 12(for text) and 14 (for headings) and in Times New Roman style. The method of citation is the Harvard Bluebook 20th edition. 
The submissions should reach us on or before 15th June 2022.
  • Themes of the Forthcoming Issues

    2020-09-11

    Christ University Law Journal, invites manuscript submissions on the following themes:

    • Imbibing Eco-centrism in Environmental Law: Scope, Challenges and the Way Forward - June 2022
    • The submissions for Volume 11 issue 2 (July - December 2022) shall remain non - thematic and submissions can be on any recent and relevant national or international legal topic.
    • The submissions for Volume 12 issue 1 (January - June 2023) shall remain non - thematic and submissions can be on any recent and relevant national or international legal topic.
    • The submissions for Volume 12 issue 2 (July - December 2023) shall remain non - thematic and submissions can be on any recent and relevant national or international legal topic.
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