Call for Papers | National Conference on “Contemporary Socio-Legal Issues” by Into Legal World: Submit by Sep 28 

Call for Papers | National Conference on “Contemporary Socio-Legal Issues” by Into Legal World: Submit by Sep 28 

About Into Legal World

Into Legal World, a company registered under the Ministry of Corporate Affairs, Ministry of Human Resources (Publication Turquoise Publication) Startup India and a member of the International Trade Council, is venturing into imparting legal knowledge through Into Legal World Publication and Into Legal World Institute. It has been known for its services to its community for the last 6 years.

About the Conference

Into Legal World is inviting authors to submit papers for the National Conference on “Contemporary Socio-Legal Issues” for its upcoming book with ISBN Number.


  1. Corporate Laws
  2. Commercial Laws 
  3. Banking Laws
  4. Intellectual Property Laws
  5. Consumer Protection Laws
  6. International Trade Law
  7. Energy Laws
  8. Cyber Laws
  9. Sustainable Development
  10. Dispute Resolution Mechanism
  11. Women and Entrepreneurship
  12. Law and Economics

Note: The topics mentioned here are not exhaustive, and contributors may also contribute to other relevant topics related to the abovementioned themes.


  • Understanding marginalization in sociology with a special focus on Women.
  • Exclusion – Inclusion Theories and Practices in Politics, Society and Economy.
  • Dalit and Minority women representation to the Legislature.
  • Developing positive Mental Health for teaching learning experience.
  • Human Rights and International Approach
  • Indian Constitution and Right to health
  • Mental Healthcare reforms in India
  • Quandary of Nuclear Energy Legislation in a war-prone world
  • Cross-Border Energy Agreements: The Way Forward
  • The Future of the Nuclear Fuel Cycle
  • Mental Healthcare and Assisted Suicide
  • Mental Health of Prisoners


Professionals, academicians, research scholars, and students.

About Call for Papers

  1. Articles (3000-4000 words)
  2. Notes, including Policy Notes (2000–2500 words).
  3. Book Reviews (1500-2000 words)

Please note: Book reviews should specify all relevant information relating to the book reviewed, such as the names of the authors and editor, year and edition of the book, and details of the publisher.

  1. Case Notes (2000–2500 words)
  2. Legislative Comments (1500 – 2000 words)
  3. Essays (4000-7000 words)


Submission and Formatting Guidelines

Format of Submission

Submissions must be in electronic form only. All submissions must be in MS-Word. The main text should be in Times New Roman, font size 12, with double line spacing.

The footnotes should be in Times New Roman, font size 10, with line spacing of 1.5. All pages must be numbered.

Articles should be based on original research and develop an original argument falling within the scope of the journal. The articles are subjected to a blind peer review and must include: Title; Abstract (maximum of 250 words); Keywords (maximum of 5 keywords); Summary; Introduction; Main text; Conclusions;Footnotes; References (at the end of the article); Acknowledgements (if applicable)Tables and figures with captions (if applicable) (on individual files)


All submissions must contain an abstract of about 250–300 words describing the relevant points of discussion attempted in the paper and the relevant conclusions drawn.


The main title should be centred, typed in small capitals, and emphasised in bold with font size 12. The sub-titles must be left indented, emphasised in bold with font size 12.


The Rules of Citation as prescribed by the 20th edition of the Bluebook format.

Submission Guidelines


Only one co-author is permitted.

Cover Letter:

The cover letter shall contain the name of the author, institutional affiliation, title, and category of the submission. Submissions should be sent as attachments with the title of the write-up as the file name in.doc or.docx format only.

Submission email

The Journal accepts submissions which must be submitted by email to

Identification Details

The body of the write-up must not contain any identification of the author(s) or their institutional affiliation.

Selection Method

First, the Editorial Board will run a plagiarism check. If the paper is found to be plagiarised or grammatically incorrect, it will be rejected. Once it passes the initial check, each submission will be assigned a number and the papers will be sent for blind reviews.

Whether accepted or rejected, the reviewers’ report will be communicated to the author as soon as we receive it. Based on the comments received from the reviewer, the paper will be either accepted or accepted subject to changes, or rejected. The author(s) of accepted papers will be required to sign a declaration and fill out a copyright transfer form, which can be found on pages 3 and 4 of the documents.

Presentation Criteria

The authors may present their articles at the National Conference, for which they will receive only a presentation certificate.

The author(s) will then be required to pay Rs 100 in order for their articles to be presented. The Amount shall be paid through Google Pay No. 8182044727

Publication Criteria

The authors may have their articles published in the book, for which they will receive a presentation certificate and a publication certificate.

The author(s) will then be required to pay Rs 200 in order for their articles to be published. The amount shall be paid through Google Pay No. 8182044727.

Important Deadlines

  • Full paper submission – September 28, 2022
  • Intimation of Selected Papers for Presentations: September 28, 2022
  • Dates of Conference: October 2, 2022

Contact Information

In case of any queries, please contact Mr. Amaresh Patel, Assistant Professor, Indore Institute of Law, Indore at

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