The Legal Stone Call for Paper, 2020 TLS: Law Journal (Vol-I, Issue-II)

About the Organisers

The Legal Stone is a syndicate of practicing Advocates, academicians, professors, researchers and students who have come along to develop a database covering aspects of law to help one another in understanding a particular point of law and we wish to do it with the help of all the legal fraternity

Call for paper

TLS: Law Journal calls for unique and unpublished research papers, Short Notes & Case Comments.


Submission must be related to any social-legal issues or any other topic related to law.


• Free publication of the article in our journal.
• Authors will also be provided with the soft copy of the certificate.

Guidelines to Authors

• Submission should be free of any grammatical or spelling errors.
• Plagiarism should not be more than 20%.
• Submissions should be original and unpublished.
• Submission shall be in Times New Roman with font size of 12with line spacing of 1.5 and font size of footnotes should be 10.
• The 20th Bluebook edition shall be followed for all citations.
• The submission must be made in Ms Word format only.
• No participant can make more than 1 submission.
• Submissions can also be co-authored. ( Author and Co-author)
• All submissions should be sent to or

Word Limit

• Articles: (2000 – 6000 words including footnotes)
• Short Notes: (1000-3000 words including footnotes)
• Case Commentaries: (800-2000 words including footnotes)

Important Dates

Last date of submission: 30th September, 2020


No registration fee is required


Submissions should be sent to or along with:

1) Name of the authors

2) Name of the Institution

3)  Year of study

4) Email id


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