LIJDLR

LawFoyer International Journal of Doctrinal Legal Research

LIJDLR is an Open Access, online Bimonthly Peer-Reviewed International Journal. 

Free Publication

Bimonthly Issue
Peer Review Process:Double – Blind Peer Review Process
Frequency of Publication:Bimonthly
[6 issues per year]
Subject Area: Law
Language: English
Accessibility: Open Access
Plagiarism Software: Turnitin, CopyLeaks

Call for Papers

Volume: Volume I Issue I
No Publication Fees
Theme: Law & Related Disciplines
72-hour Review Process
Certificates of Publication & Excellence
Internship Opportunities
The LIJDLR is inviting authors across India and the Globe to contribute their pieces of academic writings for publication.

Through the year, we publish new issues and welcome submissions.

LIJDLR accepts manuscripts on rolling basis. The authors may submit their original manuscripts meeting the publication guidelines.

All the submissions of LIDJLR are subjected to thorough plagiarism check before being reviewed by the Editorial board for ensuring quality and originality of ideas penned in the manuscript. Authors may adopt doctrinal research methodology to find creative and unique ideas to research on.

About the Journal

LIJDLR is an Open Access, online Bimonthly Peer Reviewed International Journal. 

LawFoyer International Journal of Doctrinal Legal Research Journal invites Research papers, Articles, Short Notes, Book Reviews & Case Commentaries.  You can submit your manuscript via Online Submission System.

The academic publishing industry is evolving rapidly, and this is no secret. There has been an increase in the number of new editors, reviewers, and publishers, which has resulted in a shift in the standards expected from researchers in all fields.

Types of Submissions and Word Limit

Long Articles (3500-8000 words)

This category seeks submissions that extensively explore the legal issues and related literature. The paper has to provide a comprehensive review of the state of the art, point out any gaps in the field's existing understanding, and propose fresh perspectives and practical solutions. Theoretical works are also welcome here.

Case Notes and Legislative Comments (1200-3500 words)

Analyzing recent judicial rulings, legislative actions, or policy proposals falls under this heading. The Notes and Comments section of a case opinion should provide a history of the case in question and a discussion of the decision's significance to the development of the relevant area of law. The same holds true for policy proposals and comments on legislation.

Essays/Short Articles (1200-3500 words)

Essays and short articles have a narrower emphasis than research papers, are more condensed in length, and are centred on a single legal issue. Additionally, they present novel viewpoints and insightful critical analysis of the subject matter. They present arguments that can be easily recognised, and they may present alternative ways of thinking about the chosen topic.

Book Reviews (1000-2500 words)

The subject of a book review should be either the author's own journey through the legal profession and its implications for budding lawyers and seasoned attorneys alike, or a topic of practical importance to the area of law. Book reviews should be between 1,000 and 2,500 words in length.

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