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RGNUL’s Centre for Constitutional Law and Governance calls for blogs to the Constitutional Law Blog focused on contemporary issues in Constitutional Laws, Public Policy and Governance


Rajiv Gandhi National Law University of Law, Patiala (RGNUL) is a National Law University in the State of Punjab, offering undergraduate and postgraduate law courses

About Centre for Constitutional Law and Governance

The Centre for Constitutional Law and Governance seeks to encourage Awareness and Research in the field of Constitutional Law and Governance. It deals with topics such as foreign policy, administration and crucial constitutional law issues that affect the day-to-day lives of the common citizen.

About the Blog

The blog provides a platform for the best minds of the legal fraternity to share their legal literature and jurisprudential perspectives on various arenas of Constitutional Law’s dynamic and ever-evolving field. The blog features work on interdisciplinary approaches to constitutional law with other laws working in tandem with it in the real world. Pieces are encouraged from students of all disciplines to highlight the unique interdisciplinary nature of Constitutional law.

About the Call for Submissions

RGNUL’s Centre for Constitutional Law and Governance invites submissions to the Constitutional Law Blog focused on contemporary Constitutional law and Public Policy issues.  

The blog has a rigorous feedback process for all submissions. Our internal team provides personalized feedback to each author to help them improve their work. Selected articles are then sent to our Editorial Board, which is composed of renowned legal scholars and lawyers. They provide detailed feedback on each piece.

CCLG believes in the importance of creating a platform for diverse perspectives, which can promote critical thinking and stimulate innovative ideas. It encourages you to contribute to the blog and be a part of the conversation on Public Policy reforms and Pressing Constitutional issues.


The blog is currently accepting short-form posts between 1200-1500 words and long-form posts between 2200-2500 words in English. They accept co-authored submissions.

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They are looking to publish academic writing on Constitutional law and the Constitutional justice system. While interdisciplinary articles are strongly encouraged, they must relate to Constitutional law and governance issues.  

Issues in the news cycle are not a dominant consideration for identifying articles of interest and authors are encouraged to identify issues beyond the news cycle. 

All posts must be original and unpublished works of the author/s. All posts will be subject to a plagiarism check. 

On publication of an original article on the blog, the author cannot publish the same article or a substantially similar article in any other publication or any other platform without prior approval from CCLG. All such re-publication shall explicitly acknowledge that the article was first published on the CCLG Constitutional Law Blog.

Cross-posting any article published on the CCLG Blog shall require prior permission from CCLG and shall require explicit acknowledgement at the beginning that the article was first published on the CCLG Constitutional Law Blog.

All posts are subject to review by the editorial board. The editorial board may suggest changes to the submission, and we reserve the right to publish the piece upon the changes being duly incorporated to the satisfaction of the editorial board. 

All sources must be hyperlinked in the text of the blog. Please do not use footnotes.

The submissions must be accompanied by a suitable title and a brief biography of the author/s. The editorial board reserves the right to change the title of the article without prior approval of the authors and also choose appropriate photographs (abstract or specific photographs to reflect the subject matter) to accompany the final blog post. 

They will endeavour to communicate our decision on publication within two weeks of submission and no later than three weeks. The decision to publish, as indicated above, may be subject to the editorial process.

The submissions as well as queries have to be mailed to the following email address:
The blogs will be published on ‘The Charter’ – CCLG’s online blog ( visit- for more information).
Please feel free to contact Prakhar Bajpai, +91 9284744471 for any relevant information. 
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