Submit a Post

ProceJureLaw is now accepting Blog Submissions on a rolling basis.

Who May Submit:

(1) Open for students, researchers, practitioners, academicians and legal experts in the field of law and other social sciences.

(2) Co-authorship is permitted to a maximum of 2.


Perks:

(1) Author(s) will receive a Certificate of Publication pursuant to publication.

(2) Author(s) name and credentials will be featured along with their submitted post.


How to Submit:

(1) Send us an email on procejurelaw@gmail.com with the Subject – “Blog Post Submission”

(2) Author(s) details: name and institutional affiliation (if any). Authors may submit a short bio of 2-3 sentences along with a photograph to be published alongside their blog post.


All submissions must adhere to the following guidelines:

(1) Please ensure that the blog article/case comment/case analysis is the original & unpublished work of the author(s) and has not been submitted elsewhere for publication.

(2) While we do believe in an open forum and respect your opinions, we sincerely urge you to provide a politically neutral and balanced understanding.
Explanation: We welcome your opinions but urge you to refrain from picking political sides and consequently ask you to maintain a respectful discourse.

(3) Font – Times New Roman
Size – 12
Alignment – Justified
Line Spacing – 1.5

(4) The submission must contain a minimum of 1000 words. However, feel free to extend the same if the need arises.

(5) Footnoting is mandatory. Please follow a uniform method of citation.

(6) Footnote Format:
Font – Times New Roman
Size – 10
Alignment – Justified
Line Spacing – 1.0

(7) Plagiarism of any kind is highly discouraged. Please ensure that the plagiarised content does not exceed 20%.

(8) Ensure that the file is saved as “your name_topic”.

(9) The file must be an MS – Word Document.

(10) Please avoid the use of personal pronouns in your submissions. If absolutely necessary, please refer to yourself as a third party by using “the author believes” as a reference point.