Call for Papers: Legal Maxim (Rolling Submissions)

Call for Papers: Legal Maxim (Rolling Submissions)

Legal Maxim is all about sharing ideas and experiences. We aim to provide our readers with quality legal research and insights into the legal profession.


· Academic writings which unveil the perspectives of the author on the subjects of law, public policy and legal principles.

· The purpose of these articles is to persuade through logical reasoning. (Instead of being merely informative).

· These pieces aid lawyers and law students to engage with the subject matter critically.

Submission Guidelines

Submissions are accepted on a rolling basis from legal practitioners, bar members, academicians and law aspirants.

· Content should be original and unpublished.

· Co-authorship allowed up to 2 authors.

· Word Limit: The upper word limit for tactical writings is 700 words | The word limit for analytical writings is 1,500-4,000 words.

· Formatting Specifications: Times New Roman, Font size: 12, Line spacing: 1.5 and Word Doc format, Necessary Headings & Sub-headings, Mention one keyword for the article (This word should appear at least 8 times in the article)

· Citation for References: In-text hyperlinks or endnotes in OSCOLA (4th edition) format, MLA, APA format.

· Selection Criteria: The originality of opinion, coherence and quality of arguments.

· Disclaimer: Legal Maxim reserves the right to edit the errors in the submissions without the prior consent of the author.

How to submit

Send an email to with the subject: ‘Submission_legalmaxim’.

The body of the email should contain the title of the article and a short description of the author-

· Name

· Place of Work/ University

· Designation/ Academic Year

· Headshot Photo of the Author (Will be featured on the respective publication)

· LinkedIn ID

We will get back to you within 10 days of the submission.


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