Leagle Samiksha invites you to submit writings for blog posts and questions for forum discussion.

The Blog Posts are expected to be critiques of existing regime of human rights law as well as its application on the ground level. Therefore, concise and succinct submissions are encouraged.

The Forum more specifically deals with questions and explanations regarding statutory provisions from the bare acts. With this exercise, we endeavour to encourage students to read the bare acts and initiate dialogue within the legal fraternity about the nuances of the law.

We accept both submissions on a rolling basis.

Rules for Blog Submissions:

  • Ideal length for submissions is 800 to 1200 words (excluding references or footnotes).
  • 20th Bluebook Edition of referencing is preferred.
  • Plagiarised submissions will be rejected.
  • There is no limit on number of submissions per author. However, co-authorship is not allowed.
  • We highly encourage crisp analysis of ongoing human rights issues, particularly child rights issues.
  • Submissions must be sent in MS Word format and must include the author’s details.
  • Submissions must be emailed to with the subject “Blog Submission for LS – (Author Name)”.
  • There is no publication or processing fees associated with the publication.
  • The author will be notified of the editorial team’s decision within two weeks of submission.

Rules for Forum Questions Submissions:

  • We believe that no question is a silly question. If it has come to your mind, it deserves a legitimate response.
  • We encourage you to submit a brief statement of law mentioning the statutory provisions (300-500 words) along with your specific question.
  • We also encourage you to do a bit of homework and describe your stance on the problem in about 300-500 words.
  • Submissions must be emailed to with the subject “Forum Question Submission for LS – (Author Name)”.
  • The questions so submitted shall be posted on the Forum and opened for discussion with all others within 3-4 working days.