NLPH is an online forum meant to foster thinking about the legal profession and judiciary. It invites articles, essays and opinion pieces on experiences in courts; styles of advocacy; best practices for litigators; recent developments in the legal profession, i.e., the law for lawyers and judges. It also welcomes 101 posts which seek to explain and detail the procedures as practiced in courts. We also welcome critical commentary on specific cases which may seek to exposit the working of legal profession in India. The list detailed above is only suggestive. If you do believe that you have a piece that would be suitable for the NLPH, do check with us at email@example.com.
General Guidelines for Submissions
- Submitted content must be original. Submissions that are not original will not be accepted. Any references to other posts, Nyaya or otherwise must acknowledge the author.
- Submissions that engage in critical analysis shall be preferred over descriptive posts.
- Submissions must be no longer than 1500 words.
- Co-authorship is allowed up to a maximum of two authors.
- The font to be used must be Times New Roman, size 12, with 1.5 line spacing.
- Like most blogs, the Nyaaya Blog maintains an informal style. To this extent, we prefer if submissions avoid using footnotes. Whenever appropriate, pages may be hyperlinked. However, if you determine that footnotes would be appropriate, please use single-spaced, size 12, Times New Roman Font.
- The author must include a title to the post.
- Submissions must be made to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject as ‘Submission for NLPH’.
- Submissions must include the biographical details of the author(s).
- Through making submissions, authors confirm that their work is completely original and there has been no plagiarism in creating the submission.
- Any potential or actual conflict of interest must be disclosed when making the submission.