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SUBMISSION GUIDELINES

Please follow the guidelines given below to write blogs for The Moot Court Society:

  • The submission should be in relevance to the given theme of the month.

  • Submissions will be screened for plagiarism.

  • Submissions must be emailed to editorialboard.mcs@gmail.com in the form of a Microsoft Word document. The subject of the email must be "BLOG SUBMISSION – NAME OF AUTHOR"

  • The font used must be Times New Roman, size 12, line spacing 1.5 and the content should be justified. Footnotes must be in font size 10.

  • The submission must strictly fall between 800-1200 words.

  • A maximum of 2 co-authors are allowed to submit blogs.

  • All submissions must contain a Title.

  • Usage of short paragraphs for breaking up your article is encouraged.

  • For providing references, the writer is required to use footnotes.

  • The editorial board will evaluate submissions on the basis of criteria including, but not limited to originality, argumentation, language, structure and analysis. Purely descriptive pieces are discouraged.

  • Editors shall compare submissions with existing literature available elsewhere to assess novelty.

  • The Editorial Board reserves the right to edit every submission for length, spelling, grammar, defamatory statements, etc.

  • The Editorial Board may take up to 7 days to respond to submissions. Once accepted,the submission shall be published within 7 days of acceptance.

  • The MCS shall not associate/affiliate itself with any views expressed in the Blog. All views expressed shall be solely corresponded to the Author.

  • Articles that have already been published or are under review for publication shall not be accepted

 

Theme for March, 2021


"Insolvency & Bankruptcy Code, 2016"

This topic includes, but is not limited to -

  • Bankruptcy V/S SARFAESI

  • Contemporary Issues in Corporate Insolvency Laws

  • The Political and Economic Significance of Insolvency and Bankruptcy Laws

  • Insolvency of Financial Institutions: Too Big to Fail?

  • Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code 2016 - An Overview

 

The topics are indicative in nature and any allied topics under its broader ambit can be added.

Please reach out to us at editorialboard.mcs@gmail.com for any further doubts or queries.