About the Blog

Legal Rioters seeks to provide a platform to everyone who wishes to write or analyze any legal or interrelated areas of law and economy, law and technology, or purely analytical work. It seeks to foster research and writing skills.

Call for Blogs

The Blog allows entries pertaining to legal work or purely social analysis of a subject matter relevant in the field of law. However, posts that establish an inter-discipline between law and other areas of law are preferred.

The entries must showcase the original work of the author that adds to the present literature on the subject matter. All the authors are requested to send only original content.

Additionally, all submissions must contain some novel analysis comprised of the author(s)’ views and which adds to the existing literature on the subject but must not be a simple descriptive/informative piece, or a compilation of content from different sources. The submissions which are approved in a review shall go through the mandatory process of Plagiarism Check.

Note: No fee is charged at any stage of publication.

Details of the Author: The blog follows a blind peer-reviewed system and thus, the submission shall not contain any information related to the author such as Name, Institutional Affiliation, Contact. However, if the author wants to send an image representative of the submission’ topic or area, they can send a high-quality image with an aspect ratio of 1:1 (Square).

How to Submit?

Cover Letter: All the submissions must be sent to legalrioters[at]gmail.com. All submissions must be accompanied by a cover letter, containing the name of the author/s, institutional affiliation, title and category of the submission, and a contact address of the author, including the e-mail address and the phone number. Submissions should be sent as MS Word (.doc format) attachments with the title of the article as the file name.


Rolling Submission Policy: The Blog Team follows a rolling submission policy and hence there is no deadline to submit articles.

Review Process: The Blog Team of the Journal promptly acknowledges the receipt of submissions and a decision on the blog takes around 8-10 days. All submissions made to the Journal are sent for a blind-coded review. Authors can request an expedited review of the submissions but the decision to reward such a request shall be made by the editorial team.

The blog team shall take a minimum of 3 days for communicating its decision on blog submissions asking for expedited reviews. Submissions may be accepted/rejected based solely on the discretion of the Editorial Board. Relaxation of any rules regarding submissions is subject to the discretion of the Board of Editors.

Style Guidelines

Word Limit: All the blog submissions should be in the range of the word count of 1000-1500 words. The references shall be hyperlinked within the blog itself, endnotes and footnotes are not accepted. The word limit may be relaxed in exceptional cases.

Form of Submission: Submissions must be in electronic form. All submissions must be word-processed, single-spaced in Garamond, font size 12 and justified.

Note: Any blog published on the Legal Rioters Blog website may be published on another forum only after giving due credits and reference to the publication at Legal Rioters Blog. Such re-publication on another forum must duly mention Legal Rioters as the original forum of publication at the beginning.

Contact Information

E-mail ID: legalrioters[at]gmail.com


The website link of Legal Rioters is here.


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