The Blog solicits original & unpublished work from students, legal practitioners, and academics in the field of criminal law (on a rolling basis). We strongly encourage authors to submit original and analytical articles dealing with issues relating to criminal law and allied fields.
We’re accepting submissions on a rolling basis.
Original & Unpublished Work
- The manuscript can be a short article, case comment or legislative Analysis.
- It’s presumed that the manuscript submitted is the original & unpublished work of the author(s).
- If found otherwise, the Editorial Board of the CrLRR Blog retains the right to reject the manuscript.
- The Editorial Board reserves the right to reject or take down the already published manuscript if any discrepancy is found post-acceptance or post-publication.
References and Citations
- References must be provided as hyper-citations – hyperlinks inserted in the text, directing the readers to the relevant source.
- We strongly discourage the use of footnotes/endnotes.
- In exceptional circumstances, when the references are not available online, authors may cite offline resources in the form of endnotes in accordance with OSCOLA 4th edition.
- The Manuscript must be in Font Size 12 with 1.5 line spacing.
- Headings must be bold and sub-headings bold & italic.
- The manuscript should be saved in Doc or Docx format.
- Authors’ details: name, position [e.g., student, 2017-22 Batch, ABC College or Advocate, Delhi High Court], institutional affiliation (if any).
- Summary of the Article: Authors are requested to attach a short summary (of the article) of not more than 3 lines.
- The summary may be mentioned in the manuscript or in the body of the submission mail.
- The manuscript must not contain any detail about the author(s).
- Word-Limit:1200-2000 words.
- The manuscript should be mailed to crlreview[@]gmail.com with the subject – [Title of the Paper] | Blog Submission | [Name of the Author].
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