NYU Law Review Seeking Submissions from Indian Law Scholars

A message from the editorial board:

NYU Law Review is seeking submissions from Indian law scholars.

1. Print Articles.

As always, our Articles Department is seeking submissions covering diverse subject-matters, especially including general issues in Indian law that would be accessible to a generalist audience. Article submissions must have a minimum of 10,000 words and be submitted on Scholastica. In addition to submission on Scholastica, you may also forward any submission directly to our Senior Articles Editor, Simon Williams, at sjw446@nyu.edu. The Department is accepting unsolicited articles through the end of March, 2016.

2. Online Essays and Comments.

Our Online Department is similarly interested in submissions in Indian law. The Online Department is focused on publishing content addressing timely legal issues, such as current controversies and debates. Online submissions have a maximum word limit of 10,000 words and may be submitted directly to our Senior Online Editor, Marcelo Triana, at mt3497@nyu.edu or via Scholastica. More information on our submission policy can be found on our website, www.nyulawreview.org.

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