The Place of International Law in South Asia
About the South Asian Yearbook
The Yearbook is the first of its initiatives by the Journal. Earlier, the Journal has published a number of bi-annual reviews and handbooks under its seal dealing with various aspects of International law and International relations. The central focus of the yearbook shall be the contemporary issues in South Asia pertaining to the field of International Law. The book shall be published in mid-2021.
Call for Papers
The team of the South Asian Journal of International Law (SAJIL) invites unsolicited articles, case comments, case notes, case studies, and State practices for its yearbook titled “THE
The papers must elaborate on State practices, case laws related to, and address the issues of South Asian nations in the field of International Law.
The respective categories and length of the manuscripts (exclusive of citations and references) are as follows:
- Technical and Legal Articles: 4,000-10,000 words
- Case Comments and Case Notes: 3,000-3,500 words
- State Practices and Case Studies: 3,000-3,500 words
An ‘Abstract’ must precede the body of the manuscript (only applicable in case of a Technical or Legal Article, Case Studies, or Comment on State Practices). It must not exceed 300 words in length.
Co-authorship is allowed to a maximum of 3 authors.
The manuscripts must be submitted in MS Word Format (Docs or Docx) via email to email@example.com with the subject stating, “Submission of Manuscript for South Asian Yearbook of International Law”. Please note that manuscripts submitted in pdf or any other format will not be accepted.
Deadline for Submission of Manuscripts
The deadline for the submission of manuscripts is March 31, 2021, at 11:59 PM (Indian Standard Time).
Sameep Khanal (Senior Editor SAJIL): +977 980-1079887
Shawaiz Nisar (Associate Editor SAJIL): +91-7006309607