About NLIU, Bhopal and the Center for Labor Law
National Law Institute University, Bhopal (NLIU), was established by Rashtriya Vidhi Sansthan Vishwavidyalaya Adhiniyam, under Law No. 41 of 1997, enacted by the Madhya Pradesh State Legislature. NLIU is accredited by the University Grants Commission and the Bar Council of India. An important pillar of the National University of Law, the Center for Labor Law (CLL) was created in 2019.
Although born in one of the most uncertain times that mankind has ever known; i.e. Covid19 Pandemic, CLL is intended to develop as a carrier of light and empathy. The Center is one of a kind and an embodiment of labor rights for masons, laborers and workers nationwide.
One of the objectives of the Center is to provide a platform for research on policy, institutional, legal and regulatory issues and to serve as a platform for the exchange of ideas between governments. Authorities, Lawyers, Policy Makers, Regulatory Agencies and Academies.
Introduction to Labor and Employment Law Blog
Labor and Employment Law is a niche and full of potential and research opportunities. CLL strives to provide a forum for the exchange of opinions in this area. The Labor and Employment Law Blog was created to encourage scholarly research and discussion to help develop an accessible understanding of contemporary employment and labor law issues.
Please read the application instructions carefully before submitting your work.
• Submissions are solicited on an ongoing basis.
• Submissions can be made to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject: "Blog post: your blog title".
• Blog posts must be submitted as a .docx or .doc file attached to the email sent. PDFs or blog posts in email content will not be accepted.
• Co-authors are allowed up to 2 authors.
• Submissions must be 8001,500 words. Articles below or above this range will be reviewed at the publisher's discretion.
• Font: Times New Roman, 12.
• Alignment: Justified.
• Line spacing: 1.5.
• Articles should include hyperlinks to relevant legal sources and references made, including judgments, laws, treaties or other legal documents mentioned. If the author (s) use Endnotes, they are only used for offline sources that conform to Bluebook 20th Edition.
• Articles should reflect authentic, original, and unpublished work of the author (s).
• The author (s) must not mention their name (s), university / company, address, or any other information that could indicate their identity, in the submitted document.
• Cross-publishing is not allowed.
• Authors must submit a statement by mail that their work is original and has not been plagiarized.
• The author will retain the moral rights and the Labor Law Center will retain the copyright to the manuscripts published on the CLL blog.
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• Ravi Sharma (Editor-in-Chief) +91 8285744702 (WhatsApp Only)
• Rounak Doshi (Managerial Head)
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