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Wednesday, 4 March 2015




The Libertatem magazine is a publication dedicated to the undergraduate and graduate students and especially the young professionals aiming towards excellence. It promises to explore career strategies, the latest trends in research, valuable opportunities for law students [Conferences, MUNs, Call for Papers etc.], showcasing of the recent judicial pronouncements and a lot more. Through its articles, it would relate legal provisions to practical implementations, highlight national and global impact of law, and subsequently generate a national forum that foster the sharing of diverse ideas about the profession which makes us passionate. It is an e-magazine [as of now, we’ll go for the print version later] and is free of cost

THE LIBERTATEM MAGAZINE is delighted to announce a call for articles for its 2nd issue, which will focus on contemporary legal issues.


Authors should submit papers directly through the website under ‘Submission’ link, where further details regarding the submission procedure is available.

Submission Link HERE

 Article should not exceed 1200 words [should be strictly adhered to].
 All submissions have to be made in MS Word format with Font size 12 and 1.5 line space.
 No co-authorship is allowed.
 The piece should not be overly technical, but practical and engaging.
 Article should be specifically related to contemporary legal issues.
 All the claims of the authors, in the body of the manuscript, are expected to be backed by
reasons along with proper citations [any uniform citation will do] and shall not be merely 
 Article should not be bifurcated by the headings, rather, flow of arguments should be 
maintained through the manuscript.
 Submission should also mandatorily include the author’s view, in the conclusion, taking 
into considerations the aspects/contentions discussed throughout the manuscript.
 Plagiarism is strictly prohibited and shall lead to immediate rejection.
 For any queries, contact


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