Student Law Review Journal by K.L.E. Society’s Law College, Bengaluru: Call for Papers
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Posted on   2024-01-24
Bangalore, Karnataka,Bangalore, Karnataka, India

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Are you a young law student, researcher, or professional looking for a platform to express your views and contribute to the ever-advancing field of law? Look no further! K.L.E. Society’s Law College, Bengaluru presents the Student Law Review Journal, a unique opportunity to showcase your expertise and engage in a dialogue that appreciates existing jurisprudence and explores the challenges faced by lawmakers, lawyers, and society at large.


About the Journal

The Student Law Review Journal is a student-run and student-edited, double-blind peer-reviewed, open-access journal published bi-annually by the Student Law Review Committee of K.L.E. Society’s Law College, Bengaluru. This interdisciplinary journal focuses on law and its allied disciplines, encouraging original research on contemporary issues that draw perspective and insights from sociology, history, psychology, economics, and other relevant fields.

Call for Papers

The Student Law Review Journal is now accepting submissions for its second issue through a Call for Papers. This is an excellent opportunity for young law students, researchers, professionals, and luminaries to contribute to the dynamic subject area of law and initiate a cross-current of ideas on emerging issues in our transforming society.


The Journal welcomes submissions on any appropriate theme related to law, its convergence with other social sciences, or any matter of legal contemporary relevance. Whether you have a unique perspective on criminal law, intellectual property, international law, or any other legal area, we encourage you to share your insights and contribute to the advancement of legal knowledge.

Submission Guidelines

To ensure a smooth submission process, please adhere to the following guidelines:

Categories of Submissions and Word Limits

Articles: 4,000–6,000 words
Case Notes: 1,500–4,000 words
Book Reviews: 1,500–3,000 words
Legislative Brief/Comment: 1,500-3,000 words

The word limits mentioned above are suggestive, and we are flexible when it comes to word count. If the quality of your submission exceeds the suggested limit, it will not weigh against the selection process. Co-authorship is permissible for up to two authors.

Abstract Submission

Authors have the option to send an abstract to, two weeks prior to submitting the manuscript. While this step is optional, it provides an opportunity for authors to receive feedback and refine their work before final submission.

Formatting Guidelines

To ensure consistency and readability, please follow these formatting guidelines:

Font: Times New Roman
Headings: Font size 14
Regular text: Font size 12 with 1.5 line spacing
Footnotes: Font size 10 with single spacing
Manuscript title: Include on the first text page

To facilitate the double-blind review process, please separate personal information such as name, affiliation, biographical information, acknowledgments, etc., on a cover page. Use footnotes instead of endnotes and conform to the latest edition of the Oxford University Standard for the Citation of Legal Authorities (OSCOLA).

How to Submit

Please submit your manuscripts in Microsoft Word format using the form provided below this post. Kindly note that we do not accept articles submitted via email.

Important Dates

To ensure your submission is considered for publication, please take note of the following deadlines:

Abstract submission deadline: March 9, 2024
Manuscript submission deadline: March 23, 2024

Contact Information

For any queries or further information, please reach out to us at


The Student Law Review Journal by K.L.E. Law College, Bengaluru, invites you to submit your research and contribute to the ever-expanding field of law. This open-access journal, with its interdisciplinary approach, provides a platform for young law students, researchers, professionals, and luminaries to express their views and generate a cross-current of ideas on emerging legal issues. Don't miss out on this opportunity to make your mark in the legal community. Submit your manuscript today and let your voice be heard!

Click here to submit your manuscript

Disclaimer: The Student Law Review Journal respects academic integrity and does not charge any fees for article submission.

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