This Call for chapter is for contributions in an edited book on the theme Criminal Justice Administration: Challenges in Law and Procedure. Selected papers will be published with ISBN.
The essential object of criminal law is to protect society against criminals and law-breakers. For this purpose, the law holds out threats of punishments to prospective lawbreakers as well as attempts to make the actual offenders suffer the prescribed punishments for their crimes.
Therefore, criminal law, in its wider sense, consists of both the substantive criminal law and the procedural (or adjective) criminal law. Substantive criminal law defines offences and prescribes punishments for the same, while the procedural law administers the substantive law.
Authors are encouraged to include original works. Please submit your chapter and a brief personal biography. Your Chapter should also include a chapter title. After careful review of all Chapters, the editorial board will contact individuals.
The research chapters should be a comprehensive review of contemporary relevant legal issues mentioned above. The word limit for the submission is 4000-10000 words. All Submissions must be accompanied by a Covering letter stating the title of the paper, author’s full name, name of institution and the author’s contact details. Submission must be in MS Word doc., Font- Times New Roman.
Who Should Submit?
Interested Professors, Researchers, Practitioners, Students are invited to submit Book Chapters. All submitted chapters will be reviewed on a double-blind peer review basis.
Dr. Harleen Kaur, Assistant Professor of Law, University of Delhi, New Delhi: Dr. Harleen Kaur is an Assistant Professor of Law at Campus Law Centre, Faculty of Law, Delhi University. She holds an LL.B. (Gold Medalist) and LL.M Degree from the Faculty of Law, University of Delhi.
She is a recipient of various awards such as Gold Medal Hiralal Daga Memorial Medal, P.G. Krishnan Memorial Prize, Law Union Prize for securing first position in order of merit in three consecutive years of LL.B. and G. Pershad Memorial Prize for B.A. (Pass) in Miranda House, University of Delhi in addition to the Academic Excellence Award for the year 2019 by Iswar Saran Post Graduate College (University Of Allahabad) & Droit Penale: Indian Law Journal On Crime And Criminology, Legal Path Foundation.
She has many Articles on diverse legal issues to her credit which have been published in Law Journals of National and International repute. She has also authored chapters in various books. She has participated and presented papers in various National and International Conferences and Seminars. With an experience of twelve years in teaching, her areas of interest are Criminal Law (IPC and CR.PC.), Property Law and Human Rights and Surrogacy. Dr Harleen has delivered numerous lectures at various prestigious institutions and universities and Police Academies.
She has been a resource person for various seminars, workshops conducted by Government Colleges and Universities. She has also chaired sessions in National and International workshops, Conferences, Seminars and is on board of the Editorial Committee of various Legal Journals of National repute.
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