Guidelines for Contributors

Integral Law Review promotes intersectional scholarship, and has an open admittance. We accept manuscripts on the themes related to law or have law as the base with an intersection with other academic discipline such as technology, global politics, sciences, public policy, history, management, philosophy, psychology, etc.

We invite Judges, Academicians, Research Scholars, Lawyers, and Students both of Undergraduate & Postgraduate level, who have interest in legal scholarship shall submit their manuscripts to the Journal. We accept exhaustively researched original Academic Articles, Short Essays, Case Comments, Legislative Comments, and Book Reviews.

Submission Categories and Limitations:

  • Academic Articles: 5000 – 10000 words

  • Short Academic Essays: 2500 – 4500 words

  • Case Comments: 1500 – 3000 words

  • Review of Law and Treaty: 1500 – 3000 words

  • Book Reviews: 900 – 1500 words

  • Photo Essays: Minimum 10 Pictures with 2000 words supporting text

  • Interviews: By Nomination & Invitation

Submission and Formatting Guidelines:

  • Submission is to be made in electronic form only and must be sent to integrallawreview@gmail.com with the email subject ‘Submission – Integral Law Review’. Co-authorship should be limited to two.

  • The manuscript must be submitted with an abstract, which shall not be more than 350 words and should contain a minimum of three keywords (except book reviews).

  • The manuscript must be in English only, in Microsoft Word (MS-Word) format, with the font size 12 in Times New Roman with 1.5 line spacing for the main text and size 10 in Times New Roman with single line spacing for footnotes. The author must adhere to the OSCOLA citation format.

  • The manuscript must be accompanied by a covering email providing the author’s name and name of the institution. Author shall not include their name in the manuscript in any form.

  • Integral Law Review encourages professional writing, and expects author to avoid foul or defamatory language. We shall not ask for any publication/contribution fees at any stage of publication.