Legal Divine is a legal website under the supervision of many Legal Advisors, Professors, Advocates, and a great Legal Team around the country where you can find legal Articles, Blogs, Information, Updates, Legal Study Material, and many Legal Helps. We also organize many internships, webinars, and Quizzes specifically for law students for their betterment. ‘Learning Made Efficient’ is our moto.
Call for Blogs
Legal Divine is pleased to invite submissions from Students, Academicians, and Practitioners for its Blog, on a rolling basis. Please note that all submissions shall go through a double-blind peer-review process as well as a Plagiarism scan.
The Blog welcomes submissions from students, academicians, research scholars, law practitioners, and civil society activists.
Participation Certificate will be provided to all Authors
Certificate of Appreciation to authors with a minimum of 3 entries published will be provided
Acknowledgement on the ‘Shout Of Honor’ Page of our Website
Top three Authors will get shout-out from our Social media handles
The submission guidelines are as follows:
Co-authorship up to two authors is allowed.
The author(s) must refrain from mentioning the name, institutional affiliation, or any other details in the document. Such information shall be separately mentioned in a cover letter.
All works must be original and unpublished. Plagiarism should not exceed 10% – 15%.
Manuscripts should be in Garamond; Font Size 12 with Line Spacing 1.5.
The word limit for the manuscript is 2000-2500 words. This word limit is exclusive of the end-notes (if any).
All references must be in the form of hyperlinks and end-notes. Hyperlinks are preferred over end-notes. The usage of footnotes is prohibited. Speaking end-notes are strongly discouraged.
End-notes must adhere to The Harvard Bluebook: A Uniform System of Citation (20th Edition).
An abstract of not more than 150 words must accompany the submission. An abstract above the aforementioned word limit shall possess a lower chance of selection. The abstract is exclusive of the word limit for the article.
Analytical submissions will be preferred over descriptive ones.
Blogs should be politically neutral and views expressed should be balanced in nature. Follow the principle of audi alteram partem and leave all judgement to the readers.