About the JEMTEC, Greater Noida
JEMTEC Engineering & Management Technical Campus, Greater Noida was established in 2012, under the visionary planning and dynamic leadership of Dr. Amit Gupta, Chairman of the JIMS group. The Institute offers various degree programs- B.Tech BBA, BCA, B.Ed, B. Com, BJMC, BALLB, and BBA LLB and has been ranked amongst premier institutions for quality education in Delhi NCR.
About the JEMTEC School of Law
JEMTEC School of Law, Greater Noida, is operating under the JIMS flagship in Delhi NCR and running B.A. LL.B & BBA LL.B 5 year integrated program since 2014. The School of Law from its inception is committed to achieving excellence and the highest academic standards in legal education. The Institute has an excellent infrastructure in support of high-quality teaching, learning, and research activities. JEMTEC, School of Law has been publishing its journal since 2017 and has successfully published five issues to date with quality research work in the form of articles, case notes & case comments.
About JIMS Journal of Law
The JIMS Journal of Law (JJL) is a bi-annual publication. Papers for publication in JJL are invited in the form of articles, book reviews, case notes, and case comments. JJL expects authors to abide by academic integrity and intellectual honesty. Papers submitted for publication in JJL should be original & plagiarism-free. Papers that are already published in other journals, anthologies, etc., shall not be considered for publication in JJL.
The JIMS Journal of Law (JJL) shall be the sole copyright owner of all the published materials. Apart from fair dealing for the purposes of research, private study, or critique, no part of the journal shall be copied, adapted, abridged, translated, or stored in any retrieval system, the computer system, photographic or other system or reproduced in any form by any means whether electronic, mechanical, digital, optical, photographic or otherwise without prior written permission from the Institute.
▪ No publication fees
▪ ISSN 2581-6837
▪ Only publishes quality research papers with an authentic plagiarism report
Call for Papers
JIMS Journal of Law calls for papers for Vol 4 Issue 2 & Vol. 5 Issue 1 on contemporary issues related to law. The invitation is open for academicians, research scholars, students pursuing a Master’s degree in Law (LLM) and practising advocates. The last date for submission of The abstract is 30th August 2021. All submissions are required to be addressed to the Editor. The JIMS JOURNAL OF LAW and emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org
All submissions should be sent with a covering letter indicating the Name of the Author, Institutional Affiliation and the Title of the paper. Co-authored papers should give details about both authors.
- The length of the manuscript should average between 4000 words to 15,000 words (inclusive of footnotes). Manuscripts shall be formatted according to the following guidelines-
- It shall be in Microsoft word format, Times New Roman font, 12 pt. font size and 1.5 line spacing.
- The main text shall be divided into different sub-headings. Different levels of headings shall be formatted as follows:
- a. Level one heading: It shall be numbered and in the centre.
- b. Level two heading: It shall be left aligned and in bold letters.
- c. Level three heading: It shall be left aligned and italicized.
- d. All manuscripts shall include an ‘Introduction’ and ‘Conclusion’.
- e. It shall include an abstract of not more than 150 words with keywords.
- f. All citations shall be placed in footnotes.
- g. Number less than 100 shall be spelled out unless they are a percent (e.g., 5 percent).
- h. Use of first-person shall be avoided.
- i. All pages shall be numbered.
- j. Uniform date format shall be used (e.g., August 15, 1947).
- Quotations within a sentence must be enclosed in double quotation marks (” “). A quotation within a quotation should be enclosed in single quotation marks (‘ ‘).
- A quotation longer than three lines should be set out in a separate block indented from both the left and right margins. Do not enclose the quotation in quotation marks. A quotation isintroduced with a colon (:)
- When referring to a section or article of a statute in the main text, the word ‘section’/’article’ should neither be abbreviated nor capitalized. However, in the footnotes, the sections/ articles should be abbreviated. E.g. The Constitution of India, art. 30; The Indian Penal Code, s. 42.
Use of Footnotes
- JJL prefers footnotes (to endnotes) because of the following reasons:
- To identify the source of quotations or paraphrases;
- To acknowledge indebtedness for words, phrases or ideas borrowed;
- To explain where additional evidence or commentary may be found;
- To provide additional material or discussion that is relevant but which would disrupt the flow of the text, if it were included in the main text itself, and
- To refer the reader to other parts of the paper
- To enable the reader to read the reference without having to turn to the end of the text which would otherwise tend to disrupt the flow of the text and hamper smooth reading.
The JJL will refer to a set pattern of citation (i.e., ILI Rules of Footnoting or Bluebook 20th ed.,). The citation style in the articles and case notes and case comments submitted for publication in JJL shall be in conformity with the abovementioned rules of footnoting.