ABOUT THE THEME
Comparative Public Law and Local Delf Governance remains till date the most important area of study for every student of law. The study of Public Law and governance policy makes one aware of the various intricacies which revolve around its domain, while also presenting a number of opportunities to aspiring researchers to delve into the subject and present aspects in a number of ways which weren’t available for one to see beforehand. Through the book, the organizers wish to provide an opportunity to every person in the legal fraternity to delve deep into the horizons of public law, and present their views on topics which hold a deep importance in the same.
- Relevance, Methodology, Problems and Concerns in Comparison
- Forms of Governments
- Models of Federalism
- Rule of Law
- Separation of Powers
- Independence of Judiciary & Judicial Activism
- Systems of Constitutional & Judicial Review
- Constitutional Amendments
- Open Governance and RTI
- Extent of Parliament’s Power & Parliamentary Sovereignty
- Constitutional Borrowings in South Asia
- Modern Day Relevance of Delegated Legislation
The themes are merely suggestive in nature and contributors are free to selectthemes related to the Central Idea.
CALL FOR CHAPTERS
Original and Unpublished Chapters are being invited for an Edited Book having ISBN to be published by a reputed publisher. Chapters are invited from Academicians, Advocates, Research Scholars, and Students. All the selected chapters, upon review, shall be published in the form of an edited book having ISBN. The Editorial Board reserves the right to disqualify a chapter in case of plagiarism. The submissions should not infringe the copyright of a third party, and the Editorial Board shall reserve the right to suggest/make any amendments to the Final Submissions.
- The Chapter should be in English only.
- The author(s) shall first submit an abstract with 3-5 keywords, highlighting the area of their research in the Chapter, which should not exceed 250-300 words.
- The Full Length Chapters shall not exceed 6000 words.
- Co-Authorship is allowed with up to 2 authors per Chapter.
- All submissions are to be made in Bookman Old Style font, Size 12, Line Spacing 1.5, 1-inch margins on all sides on an A4 Paper. Footnotes shall be Size 10.
- ILI Citation Format has to be followed for Uniform Footnoting.
- Any Chapter which has been published previously or which is under consideration for publication shall be disqualified.
- All papers will be Peer-Reviewed by the Editorial Board, and the authors shall be given a 5-6 day time period for editing their book chapters as per the needs of the Editors/Plagiarism Report.
- Decision of the Editors shall be final and binding.
- The upper limit of Plagiarism shall be 10% only.
- All submissions of abstract and chapter must be made only once at mentioned email id : firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Topic/ Title of Chapter mention in the subject.
- All submissions must be made in a word document file (.doc/.docx). The submissions shall be made electronically only.
- The cover page of the submission shall contain the details of the author(s) namely: Name(s), and E mail id of Author(s).
- Every participant have to fill google form first for Registration. (Single form for Author and Co- Author)
DETAILS OF THE EDITORIAL BOARD
Ms. Ritanshi Jain
Mr. Rudresh K. Srivastava
Shambhuanth Institute of Law