In an attempt to facilitate legal studies, Students for the Promotion of International Law (SPIL), Mumbai publishes a legal magazine called the ‘International Law Journal’, its yearly publication. The International Law Annual comprises literature on the myriad aspects of International Law through an engaging confluence of short articles, analytic works on landmark cases, and interviews with legal luminaries on contemporary issues, discussions and analysis on international legislation, and book reviews.
Accordingly, SPIL, Mumbai is pleased to hold the National Legal Article Writing Competition calling for articles from the law students across the country.
The submission deadline has been extended to 30th September, 2021 before 11:59 pm. Participants must send in their submissions to firstname.lastname@example.org
Students/participants must be pursuing a Bachelor’s Degree in Law, i.e., 3-year LL.B. Course or 5-year LL.B from any recognized college or university or pursuing LL.M from any recognized university.
“Cyber Laws and Regulation in the International Realm”
Sub-Topics: (Participants are required to choose from one of the following Sub-Topics.)
Awards and Merit
Best Paper: INR 10,000/- + Publication in the SPIL International Law Journal + Online/ Offline Internship at Cyber Law Consulting + Certificate of Merit
2nd Best Paper: INR 6,000/- + Certificate of Merit
Participants whose articles are considered in the entries will receive a Certificate of Participation
For any further queries please feel free to write to us at email@example.com or contact us:
Shaili Dhulia: (+91) 7715925232
Shubham Garg: (+91) 7988718419
Students for the Promotion of International Law, as the name suggests, is a student body which cynosures International Law. With an increasing need for awareness in the field of International Law, we maintain that such awareness is put into an impetus through the diverse events we conduct within the versatile subject of International Law. At SPIL, we take a novel approach for Students and Academia alike, to let them be a part of the discourse, to explore the magnificently huge sphere of International Law, while always keeping in mind the grey and equivocal areas of the subject and attempting to abridge the same.