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We are pleased to announce that, Learning the Law is now inviting applications for its Editorial Board.

Eligibility
Anyone, who is interested in the field of Law OR related subjects. Though, lawyers and academicians are preferred, even law students having good academic record can apply.
Application Fees
A Non-refundable Application Fees of Rs. 500/- (Rupees Five Hundred Only) shall be paid. Payment of Application fees does not guarantee your selection to the Editorial Board.

Application Procedure
  • All interested candidates shall forward their Resume to following Email ID with the Subject Line “Editorial Board Application – Learning the Law”. 
  • Further, the email shall also indicate the reference number of the Payment of Application Fees along with the date of payment. 
  • Editorial Board Application is open throughout the year. Thus interested candidates can apply anytime. 
  • All selected Editors shall sign an agreement with Learning the Law

Benefits


  • Name, fame and recognition 
  • Experience Certificate 
  • LinkedIn Recommendation 
  • Recommendation Letters (if necessary, on case to case basis) 
  • Free/Discounted Publications** in the Associated Journals of Learning the Law; and
  • Many more...

For more details please contact us AT: editor [at] learningthelaw [dot] in



** Publication will be subject to the fulfilment of the Peer Review Policy of such Respective Associated Journals. However, upon confirmation of selection of the Article for publication, by such Respective Associated Journals, due discounts OR waiver++ of Publication Fees will be ensured.


++ Subject to signing of an agreement with Learning the Law. Rate of Discounts will vary from Editor to Editor based of his/her experience.

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