Disclaimer: WEF In April 2021, Lawctopus will not publish a “call for articles/blogs” from journals that charge money at the time of submission. If you find a journal that does this, please let us know at tanuj.kalia[at]lawctopus.com The news of the inclusion of the Kashmir Journal of Legal Studies on the UGC-CARE list has been welcomed by students, academics and academics in Kashmir who are particularly concerned with legal studies. The management of the Kashmir Law School congratulated the editor, editorial board, advisory board and his team on this important achievement. As part of the advancement of law in Canada, WJLS offers Western University law students the opportunity to participate in the critical appraisal, editorial preparation, and final publication of academic essays on pressing legal issues. Editors welcome high-quality submissions from students, lawyers, and professional researchers. Founded in 2011 by Western law students, the Western Journal of Legal Studies is an online law journal, edited by students, dedicated to publishing original, intellectually provocative and academically rigorous contributions to knowledge of law and legal issues. To this end, editors welcome submissions that reflect a variety of intellectual perspectives and approaches to the law. KJLS has made a significant contribution to the discipline of social sciences, particularly in the field of legal research, which led to the journal`s accreditation in the list of UGC CARE journals. The journal is also Indian ICI (Indian Citation Indexed), in the continuity of its quality of content. In order to meet global standards of high-quality research in all academic disciplines within its area of responsibility, the Academic Grants Commission (UGC) has created a special consortium for academic and research ethics, commonly referred to as UGC-CARE, to carry out the mandate. In this process, the UGC lists quality journals through a pre-selection process according to fixed parameters as well as journals indexed in globally recognized databases. UGC has asked all Indian academic communities, including professors, academics and researchers, to ensure that the journals/conferences they choose follow standard ethical guidelines. It was also said that research articles published only in the CARE Reference List of Quality Journals (CARE List) should be considered for all academic purposes.
The journal welcomes and encourages research and original legal articles. Apart from the call for papers, the most valuable and suggestive feedback from all readers is always expected and welcome to achieve the ultimate goal. Dr. Pradeep Kumar, Editor-in-Chief and Managing Director, Journal of Legal Studies is the sole copyright holder of all published material. No part of this journal may be used in any form without the prior written permission of the publisher. Home » Opportunities and Events » Call for Papers: The Journal of Legal Studies [Vol 10 Issue I & II] (Toll Free): Submission by August 3 Srinagar April 8: Significantly, the Kashmir Journal of Legal Studies, published by Kashmir Law College, Nowshera, has been added to the prestigious UGC-CARE (Consortium for Academic and Research Ethics) list. The Journal of Legal Studies (ISSN: 2321-1059 only Print) is a peer-reviewed international legal journal published every two years in January and July. The journal focused on gathering knowledge on different legal issues. In this volume, the Editor-in-Chief and Executive Director wishes to focus on human rights: Author(s): Prof. Fareed Ahmad Rafiqi, Ryhana Farooq The Journal of Legal Studies is calling for papers, articles and case commentaries for its issues I and II, January and July 2022 of volume 10.
Submissions can be made under the email ID: [email protected] Contributions are processed via a blind reference system by experts in the relevant topics. To ensure anonymity when reviewing articles, the name of the author, co-author, name, address, contact number, email address and title of the article should only appear on the first page of the article.