Legally Bound- Exploring the Tapestry of Criminal Justice-Volume 2

International Journal of Legal Affairs and Exploration is accepting submissions for a Call for Chapters for a Book on Legally Bound-Exploring the Tapestry of Criminal Justice-Volume 2


In the forthcoming literary masterpiece, “Legally Bound: Exploring the Tapestry of Criminal Justice,” the International Journal of Law Affairs and Exploration (IJLAE) brings together a compelling collection of research and analyses, and reflections that delve deep into the intricate web of the criminal justice system. This thought-provoking volume promises to be a cornerstone for scholars, legal practitioners, and enthusiasts alike, providing a nuanced exploration of the multifaceted aspects that compose the complex tapestry of contemporary criminal justice.

The authors can navigate through the corridors of criminal law, shedding light on the critical issues that define and redefine our understanding of legality. Whether exploring landmark cases, dissecting the implications of legal precedents, or addressing contemporary issues, the book aims to provoke thoughtful discussions and inspire a deeper appreciation for the intricacies inherent in the pursuit of justice.


As the International Journal of Law Affairs and Exploration takes the helm in presenting “Legally Bound,” readers can anticipate a scholarly journey that transcends conventional boundaries, offering insights that challenge perceptions and stimulate intellectual curiosity. In an era where the nuances of criminal justice demand constant reflection and analysis, this publication emerges as an indispensable resource, contributing significantly to the ongoing dialogue surrounding legal systems, human rights, and the pursuit of a just society.


Criminal Law


  • Ethical Dilemmas in Criminal Justice
  • Technological Innovations and Legal Implications
  • International Perspectives on Criminal Justice
  • Social Justice and Criminal Law
  • Legal Challenges in Cybercrime
  • Victim Rights and Support
  • Intersection of Mental Health and Criminal Law
  • Environmental Crimes and Legal Responses
  • Policing Strategies and Community Relations
  • Juvenile Justice and Legal Accountability
  • Corruption and Criminal Law
  • Criminal Law and Gender Equality
  • Media Influence on Criminal Trials
  • Alternative Dispute Resolution in Criminal Cases


  • The word limit of the manuscript shall be 3500-5000 words including footnotes.
  • Initially the Authors are requested to only submit their abstract. Once, an intimation about the selection of Abstract is sent, only then the authors need to submit their full  manuscript. 
  • For submissions of manuscript must be followed by an Abstract of 250-300 words. The abstract will be the part of the Manuscript.
  • Author(s) should not mention their personal details at any places in the manuscript. Personal Details and Institutional Affiliations should be mentioned in a separate cover letter.
  • All headings in the manuscripts should be properly formatted.
  • The main body text in the manuscript must be in Times New Roman in a font size of 12, 1.5 line spacing and in justified alignment. For footnotes, maintain Times New Roman Style with a font size of 10 and 1.0 line spacing. For Headings, Times New Roman style must be followed with a font size of 14 and must be Bold and Underlined.
  • Footnotes should conform to JILI Citation Format.
  • Manuscripts are to be submitted in .doc No other format would be accepted.
  • A maximum of 3 authors are allowed.
  • Plagiarism of more than 20% shall not be acceptable by any means. The Manuscript should also be free from grammatical, spelling and other errors.


  • Authors should email at their original and unpublished abstract in.doc or.docx format.
  • “Name of the Author(s) _Title of the Manuscript” shall be the subject line of the email.
  • Please enclose the cover letter and the manuscript.
  • Authors are requested to submit only the Abstract along with the cover letter initially as per the dates provided above. After the Abstract is submitted, authors would be directed to submit the full papers.


The book will be printed with ISBN Number.


There is no publication or submission charge. However, if the authors want to buy a hard copy of the book and certificate, they need to pay the amount as decided by the publisher. 


  • Submission of Abstract: 15th May 2024
  • Notification of Acceptance of Abstract: 17th May 2024
  • Final Chapter Submission: 05th June 2024
  • Acceptance/Rejection Mail: 07th June 2024


  • Editor-in-Chief-  Dr. Renu Pal Sood, Associate Professor, Faculty of Legal Sciences, Shoolini University of Biotechnology and Management Sciences
  • Editor- Prof Kaveri Aditya Deo, Assistant Professor at DES’s Shri Navalmal Firodia Law College Pune


  • All submissions will be first checked for plagiarism using a turnitin software.
  • Only Submissions with less than 20% plagiarism shall be sent forward for publication. Authors may be required to make minor modifications to their submissions at this stage.
  • The submissions which pass the initial stage will be assigned to the Editors for further considerations and double blind peer review after requisite copy-editing. 


The editors will evaluate the submission for its originality, conceptual and methodological consistency, as well as decide whether the submissions are within the aim and scope of the book. The Editors reserve the right to decide whether the submissions requires further review or not. 


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