Call For Blogs by Constitutional Law Society, Integral University: Submit Now!


About the Faculty of Law, Integral University

The prestigious Integral University’s Faculty of Law is its finest achievement. It was founded in 2016 to create a department to educate and prepare future attorneys. 

The faculty has come a long way in recent years to properly emphasize the growing opportunities in the legal field. The faculty feels that law students must get a thorough grasp of the many facets of law and policy. The law department of Integral University in Lucknow provides undergraduate, graduate, and doctorate degrees. The goal is to combine a global viewpoint with India’s legal legacy. The highly qualified academic members actively participate in legal research. Alumni that are successful and accredited attest to the quality of our curriculum.

About Constitutional Law Society

The oldest student-led organization, the Constitutional Law Society was founded in 2018 under the auspices of Integral University’s Faculty of Law to educate law students about the principles, rights, and legal literacy that are included in the Constitution. The Society was established to further legal literacy and ideas included in the Constitutional Law, as well as to foster dialogue and in-depth comprehension.

The Society hopes to provide a forum for practitioners, scholars, and students to talk and write on constitutional law via its blogs and e-magazine. The first and only chance we have for rights, obligations, and justice is provided by the Constitution. The Constitutional Law Society offers a forum where you may freely publish and discuss various constitutional law-related topics.

About Blogs

The Constitutional Law Society is currently accepting submissions for its Call for Blogs, focusing on contemporary developments in Constitutional Law. The central objective of the CLS Blog is to enable authors to explore the legal domain and initiate discussions on a diverse range of legal issues. Its reach goes beyond societal matters, including emerging laws in both India and foreign nations, following a meticulous selection process.

The blog strives to emerge as a prominent influence in legal education, promoting the synthesis of knowledge and best practices within academia and the research community. It aims to act as a guiding beacon, shedding light on a path toward a holistic comprehension of the legal landscape.


  • The CLS Blog will feature successful brief articles (1,000 to 1,500 words) that address current legal issues about Indian Constitutional Law.
  • All submissions should be on an area within India Constitutional Law. Submissions on Foreign Law may be admitted where there is a strong comparative analysis with India Constitutional Law.

Submission Guidelines

  • The word count for submissions (excluding footnotes) should be between 1,000 – 1,500 words.
  • The submission file should be in the Microsoft Word file format (.doc or .docx). All submissions in PDF format will be returned.
  • The primary content of your submission should be formatted in Times New Roman, employing 1-inch margins, font size 12, and 1.5 line spacing. Footnotes, formatted in Times New Roman with a font size of 10 and single line spacing, must adhere to the OSCOLA citation style.
  • The Blog must be accompanied by a cover email providing the author’s name and the name of the institution/organization. The author shall not include their name or any other identity in the blog, in any form.
  • We encourage professional writing and expect authors to avoid foul or defamatory language.
  • We shall not ask for any publication/contribution fees at any stage of publication.
  • All the entries will be screened by the editors before publication.
  • The author, by submitting their entries, will be deemed to have divested the copyright to The Constitutional Law Society. However, all the moral rights shall remain with the Author.

Submission Procedure

Emails with submissions should be sent to

A continuous premise for submissions will be implemented. But the organization may close submissions earlier if sufficient entries have been received, it is recommended that you submit your work as soon as feasible.

Contact Information

Please direct any inquiries to