Call for Submissions by Etching the Path (Issue 10th)

Submit by February 21st, 2021

About Etching the Path:

Etching the Path is a monthly E-Magazine that aims in providing the legal information to the legal fraternity. The objective of ETP is to provide the opportunity to the legal fraternity and to promote legal research.

 

About the Opportunity:

ETP invites the submissions for Issue 10 of its Monthly E-Magazine. The entries are open for any contemporary legal issue and can be submitted in the form of:

  1. Short Research Article: 1200-1800 words
  2. Case Commentaries: 1000-1500 words

NOTE: The above word limit is excluding the footnotes/references.

 

Submission Guidelines:

  1. The submission should be made only in Word File (PDFs or any other format will lead to disqualification of submission)
  2. Font:
    Style: Time New Roman
    Size: 12pts
    Line Spacing: 1.5
  3. Proper reference and footnotes should be used. (Bluebook 20th Edition)
  4. The submission should be unpublished, if the blog is found to be published elsewhere, then it will lead to disqualification
  5. The file should be named with the author/s name.
  6. Plagiarism should not exceed the limit of 20%

 

How To submit?

Submit your entries for Issue 10 via mail at content.etchingthepath@gmail.com under the Subject “Submission for Issue 10”

 

Last Date of Submission:

February 21st, 2021

 

Perks:

  1. Selected Submissions shall be published in Lawcutor’s E-magazine Etching the Path, Issue No. 10
  2. Certificate of publication will be provided to authors whose submission will be selected.

 

Note:

Co-authorship is allowed upto two authors

 

Publication Fee:

Will be applicable after selection of the submission

 

For Queries:

Mail at content.etchingthepath@gmail.com

 

 

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