Guest Post Guidelines

We invite guest essays from students, academicians, practising lawyers and everyone else! We’d love non-law background people to bring in their own diverse and unique perspective to the blog.

Guidelines:

a) Articles should contain content that is both original and unpublished.

b) Articles should be submitted in Microsoft Word format (.doc or .docx).

Note: We encourage the use of hyperlinks as opposed to footnotes. Do not use endnotes. To stress upon, please do not send your research projects.

c) Word Limit: roughly 1200-1500 max. Note: posts in significant excess of the prescribed word limit may be published as a multiple part series, depending on the length of such submissions.

e) The essay should bear a reasonable nexus to an aspect of constitutional law and governance. Case comments are welcome, but they must be well-analysed.

f) Submissions on constitutional developments in different jurisdictions, around the world, are welcome. 

g) Please do not mention your institutional affiliation as it creates editorial bias. To stress, not accepting an essay for publication on the blog is no comment on its quality, but purely a subjective – and quite likely, flawed.

Simultaneous Submissions: We discourage simultaneous submissions unless you intend to cross-post on more than one forum. In case that is your intention, please specify that at the time of submission.

Procedure:

If you have a theme or an idea that you’d like to develop in an essay for this blog, please get in touch at constitutionalrenaissanceblog@gmail.com. We can discuss your idea or theme informally. Alternatively, if you have a fully fleshed-out blog post, you could send that in as well.

We look forward to carrying on the constitutional conversation on the blog!