About the Book
International law is that area of law which is always in the spotlight. It serves as the gateway of framing the policies at the global level.
Even though the traditional understanding of international law and the concepts related thereto still hold to a large extent, there are many developments over a period of time which seeks to make the understanding of this branch a very dynamic one. This book is primarily aimed at dealing with not only the set framework of international law, but also with such ever-evolving concepts and developments, which make this branch of law richer.
About the Editor
Mr. Faiz Ayat Ansari is a PhD Research Scholar at the National Law School of India University, Bengaluru and an Assistant Professor of Law at Parul University, Vadodara. Having pursued his LL.M. in Constitutional and Administrative Law from Gujarat National Law University, Gandhinagar he also holds a Post Graduate Diploma in International Humanitarian Law from NALSAR University of Law, Hyderabad and a Diploma in Entrepreneurship Administration and Business Laws from NUJS, Kolkata.
He has cleared the UGC-NET (Law) examination twice and the Gujarat SET (Law) examination, all while he was still pursuing his LL.M. He has been a member of Legal Education Awareness Foundation, New Delhi. He has also co-authored a book titled ‘Law and Justice in the Era of Globalization’. He has a keen interest in bridging the gap between the academia, policy making and the industry in the legal field. His areas of interest include Constitutional law, Comparative Public Law, Sports Law, Media law, etc.
The chapters may be submitted on the following topics:
- Development of International Law
- Nature of International Law
- Sources of International Law
- Theories pertaining to International Law
- Concept of state
- Theories of recognition
- State responsibility and state succession
- Diplomatic relations and diplomatic agents
- Concept of treaty
- Individuals under International Law
- Nationality, statelessness and asylum
- Law of the seas
- Air law
- Space law
- International organisations like WHO, UNESCO, ILO, IMF and WTO and their role during Covid-19 pandemic
The above-mentioned topics are suggestive in nature. The submissions related to any other topic within the purview of international law shall be considered. Submissions of contemporary developments shall be highly appreciated.
- Eligibility: The submissions are welcome from academicians, students, professionals as well as anyone having a deep interest in the subject.
- Word Limit: The chapter may be between 2000 and 3000 words including footnotes.
- Authors’ Details: Details about the author(s), including qualifications and institutional affiliations, if any, are to be mentioned in the covering letter. Co-authorship (up to 2 authors) is permitted.
- Plagiarism: Only original and un-plagiarised work needs to be submitted. The plagiarism level must be less than 10%.
- Abstract: The chapter must be accompanied by an abstract of 200-300 words.
- Citation: A uniform mode of citation i.e. Harvard Bluebook 21st edition must be followed throughout the work.
- Font Details: Times New Roman, Size 12, Line Spacing 1, Justified
- Review: The submissions received would be reviewed by the panel of Editors to determine whether the subject matter is within the scope of the topic and assess the quality of the manuscript.
- Publication: The Book will be published by the publisher of repute with ISBN No.
- Submission: All submissions are to be made via e-mail as MS word documents at: email@example.com
- Submission of abstract: 5th January 2021
- Communication of acceptance of abstract: 7th January 2021
- Submission of the full chapter: 20th January 2021
- Communication of suggestions for amendments, if any, in the full chapter: 30th January 2021
- Final submission of full chapters, after incorporation of suggested amendments: 5th February 2021
- Publication of the book: March 2021
There is no publication charge. However, in case the author desires a hard copy of the book, the charges for the same is Rs. 1,000/- (inclusive of the courier charges). No soft copies of the book shall be provided.
Mr. Faiz Ayat Ansari: PhD Research Scholar, NLSIU, Bengaluru & Assistant Professor (Law), Parul Institute of Law, Faculty of Law, Parul University, Vadodara
Contact Number: +91 9687004426
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