Journal Submission Guidelines
The suggested Themes and Topics for Submission for Volume 1, Issue 2 of the Journal are as follows:
1. An Analysis of Opportunities and Challenges for Cross-Border Electricity Trading in recent times
2. A Review on Issues that the Indian Legal Framework Raises in Project Financing
3. EU Competitive Exemption Policies concerning Trans border Energy Investments and International Laws
4. Prospects of Green Energy Financing in India
5. Exploring Project Risk Management in EPC Contracts
6. Review of New Budgetary Stimulus Given to Hydro-Electric Projects and Banking Infrastructure
7. Infrastructure Investors & Tax Planning for Capital Assets – A Review of Subsidies and Other Tax Based Incentives
8. Technology Underlying Preventing and Resolving Oil Spills & Patenting Arrangements – A Trade Law Perspective
9. State Investments and Patent Funding – Whether Aligned with SDGs?Mineral Law (Amendment) Bill, 2020 [India]
- List of suggested Case Laws for Case Comments:
1. Flemingo DutyFree Shop Private Limited v. the Republic of Poland, UNCITRAL
2. Adani Power Case
3. Mumbai Metro case
4. Monnet Power Company Limited v. Union of India and Others
5. Mandakini Exploration Mining Ltd. and Others v. Union of India and Others
6. Jaiprakash Power Ventures Limited v. Union of India and Other
Please note that the themes are purely suggestive in nature and are not in order of preference.
The Editorial Team would be happy to entertain submissions (preferably, contemporary) related to any topic under the broad theme of Projects, Infrastructure and Energy Laws.
1. Long Article- 8,000-12,000 words (inclusive of footnotes)
2. Short Article- 5,000-8,000 words (inclusive of footnotes)
3. Case Commentary- 3,000-5,000 words
4. Book Review-2,000-4,000 words
Please note that the aforementioned word limit is suggestive in nature. The journal shall provide due consideration to all articles regardless of the word limit; however, non-compliance to the aforementioned limit shall act as a deterrent factor with regards to the selection of your manuscript.
- Co Authorship
A maximum of three authors shall be allowed for all manuscripts that are submitted to the journal. Eligibility- Indian Journal of Projects, Infrastructure and Energy Law is a double blind peer reviewed and we are looking forward to receive unpublished manuscripts from undergraduates, graduates, scholars, academia and professionals.
- Last Date of submission
The last date of submitting the manuscript is 15th February, 2022. If your manuscript is selected for publication, you will be notified regarding the same on or before 28th February, 2022.
Only original manuscripts that are:
i) Devoid of plagiarism
ii) That have not been published anywhere prior to submission
iii) Possess a tangible relation to the broad theme of the journal shall be considered for publication
The Abstract should ideally be between 125-250 words. Non compliance to this suggested limit is acceptable, but not advisable.
Keywords- A list of keywords (3-10) should be included. Abbreviations should also be provided if necessary.
The Harvard Bluebook (20th Edition): A Uniform System of Citation must be followed.
The paper should follow the following specifications:
- Title of the Paper- Font Size: 14
Font: Times new Roman Size- 12, single spacing
2. Alignment- Single spaced Line Spacing- 1.5
3. Footnotes- size- 8, line spacing
- General Guidelines
- Only original manuscripts that have not been published anywhere and are plagiarism free will be accepted for publication.
- All manuscripts should be sent in both, PDF and Word Format.
- All manuscripts should be submitted via mail at[email protected]
- Personal Details of the author such as name, institution should not be mentioned anywhere on the manuscript, the authors are required to send in a separate word file containing all the details at the time of submission.
- The covering letter accompanying the submitted manuscript should consist following information: Paper title, Author’s full name, Full institutional/author’s both mailing addresses, Corresponding author’s email address, Contact info
- Publication Charges
Absolutely None. We recognize that asking for any kind of payment in order to publish a manuscript leads to a denial of opportunities for students who cannot afford the same. Academia was never supposed to, and should not be treated as, a money-making venture.
IJPIEL prides itself on being a ‘not for profit’ initiative.
The Indian Journal of Projects, Infrastructure and Energy Law (IJPIEL) is a student-run law journal and blog which was founded in July 2020 by a group of students from Universities
across the nation, led by its founder, Naman Anand.