Submit Legal Articles

If you liked our forum and are interested in submitting a legal article for publication, you can send them to 'mowingthelaw@gmail.com' Make sure you try to follow the below guidelines when you submit the legal articles.


Submission Guidelines: Font type- Times new Roman. Font size 12, Double-spacing, One inch margin on each side.  Word limit: 500-1500.  (Articles conforming with all these guidelines are preferred but not compulsory.)

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To be attached to an e-mail, addressed to mowingthelaw@gmail.com along with a cover  sheet containing your personal details and a statement that you will not have it published anywhere else ONLINE. However, publishing in a journal, magazine, etc. or submitting for any competition is permitted. Subject of the e-mail should be 'Submission-Mowing the Law'. 

If you wish to remain anonymous kindly mention it in the body of your e-mail. Rest assured your details will be safe with us. On the other hand, if you want your/your firm's profile picture to appear at the bottom of the article, you may send that along with the article.

Contributions can range from essays, book reviews, case notes to even legal satire. Footnotes are usually discouraged in blogs. But we for one encourage it. We accept legal articles from law students, researchers, lawyers or anyone interested in law for that matter, whether resident of India or not. The legal article may be on any area of law, but articles with relevance to Indian law or international Law would be given preference.


Why to blog:
 1) Share knowledge with lawyers, law students and others interested. Online publication is more easily accessible than a law review or journal. Our blog also does come up prominently in Google Search Results.
2) Improves your own legal and research skills.
3) Acts as an added advantage when applying for a job.



Note:  Note that submitting an article to us only means you are giving us the right to exclusive online publication and 'Mowing the Law' does not claim copyright in any of your work. The copyright in the article shall subsist and remain with the author. Also, by submitting your article you declare that you have the right to do so and that you indemnify 'Mowing the Law' or anyone associated with it from any future claims that may arise.  


For any queries you can either e-mail us at mowingthelaw@gmail.com Or post a comment below.





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